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By CALSTORM STAFF, 03/03/23, 11:15AM PST


The California Storm announced today the re-signing of Stanford senior midfielder, Maya Doms.

Sacramento, CA: The California Storm announced today the re-signing of U.S. Youth Women’s National Team and Stanford senior midfielder, Maya Doms. This is Doms’ third season in a Storm jersey after playing a vital role in the club’s 2022 West Region Final match against Miss Kick FC, where she intercepted a pass from a defender at the top of the box and blasted it past the goalkeeper. The game ended 1-0 Storm and the club would ultimately win the WPSL Championship in Oklahoma the next weekend.

“I can’t wait to play for the Storm again this summer and represent the area I grew up in before my last collegiate season,” said Doms, who played for Storm community partners Davis Legacy Soccer Club prior to Stanford.

“We are thrilled to have Maya back,” said Coach Jamie about having Maya back in the mix for the club’s 2023 season. “She is an incredible athlete and great person. Maya has the ability to change the game at any time. She is an asset both attacking and defensively.”

Maya Doms has helped lead Stanford to the Pac-12 Championship title twice and to an NCAA Championship title in 2019. She has also earned herself numerous accolades:

NCAA Champion (2019)

  • United Soccer Coaches All-America second team (2022)

  • TopDrawerSoccer Best XI second team (2022)

  • Two-time United Coaches All-Region first team (2021-22)

  • Two-time All-Pac-12 first team (2021-22)

  • United Soccer Coaches All-America third team (2021)

  • Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 30, 2021)

  • All Pac-12 Second Team (2020-21)

  • TopDrawerSoccer Freshman Best XI first team (2019)

  • All Pac-12 Third Team (2019)

  • All Pac-12 Freshmen Team (2019)

  • Two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District first team (2021-22)

  • United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America first team (2021)

  • Pac-12 Fall Academic Honor Roll (2021)

In her junior year, Doms started all 20 matches while totaling 1,571 minutes. She scored a team-best 11 goals, and assisted on three more to finish with a team-high 25 points, and registered a team-high 80 shots, putting 35 on goal, while netting three game-winning goals.

Maya Doms has also logged appearances for the U-15, U-17, U-20, and U-23 U.S. Youth WNTs.