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Women's Recruiting May 15, 2023

University of Louisville adds graduate transfer Maya Anand to signing class

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville women’s soccer head coach Karen Ferguson-Dayes and her staff announced today that they have added transfer forward Maya Anand to its 2023 class. Anand is a graduate transfer as she played her first four collegiate seasons at Binghamton.

In her four seasons with the Bears, she played in 54 games and made 41 starts, including starting 36 of 37 games in her final two seasons in Binghamton. She tallied 19 goals, eight assists, and 46 points for her career while notching seven career game-winning goals.

In her senior season with the Bears, Anand started 18 matches and led the Bears with 12 goals and 28 points and tied for the team lead with four assists. Her 12 goals and 28 points led the America East conference and she was named America East Striker of the Year and a first team all-conference selection. Nationally, Anand ranked 24th in goals and 26th in points as the goals were second most in program history for a single season. She scored twice in the postseason to earn America East All-Championship Team honors. She was also named third team All-Atlantic Region by the United Soccer Coaches.

In her junior season, she started all 18 games played and was a second team all-conference selection. Anand led the team with six goals and 15 points and scored four game-winners, the second most in the conference. She was named America East Player of the Week twice and scored six goals in the first 10 games of the season.

Anand played in seven games with five starts during the spring COVID-shortened season in 2021. In her freshman season, she played in 10 games and was named America East Rookie of the Week after scoring her first collegiate goal against New Hampshire.

Anand is a native of Leesburg, Va. and was a four-year letterwinner at Paul VI Catholic High School. She was named an Esmark All-American for athletic, educational and community service and also a Two-time all-conference selection.