|High School:||Walt Whitman|
2011 (Junior): Appeared in 14 games, making 13 starts...Missed three games in the middle of the season recovering from an injury...Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 14 points...Scored four goals and added six assists...Her assists total ranked second on the team...Scored two goals and one assist in the season opener against Sacred Heart at home on 9/2 as part of the Big Green Classic....Had one goal and two assists at Brown on 9/24, including a helper on the goal that forced overtime...In her only time coming off the bench in 2011, she assisted on two Kelly Hood goals against Boston College at home on 10/23...Scored the lone goal of the game at Harvard on 10/29 in the 50th minute of play to lift the Big Green to a 1-0 victory over the Crimson.
Sophomore (2010): Started in 13 of 16 games, missing just one in the season … Fourth on the team in scoring with 17 points (6g, 5a) … Notched six points in Ivy League games, all goals … Had seven multiple-point games with three points coming against Bryant and UMass … Tallied the game winner against Fairfield … Recorded 20 shots on goals.
Freshman (2009): Appeared in 16-of-17 contests for the Big Green with seven starts ... Collected a goal and three assists for five points ... Earned first career start at Brown on Sept. 26 ... Tallied first collegiate point against Bryant on Sept. 27 with an assist in the 4-2 win ... Added another assist versus Georgetown in the 5-4 win on Oct. 10 ... Had her best day as a rookie at Harvard with a goal and an assist for three points ... Posted three shots on goal and four shots overall.
Before Dartmouth: Three-year member of the varsity field hockey
team at Walt Whitman ... Won the 4A South Region Championship as a
sophomore and was a state semifinalist ... Three-time 4A South Region
Finalist ... As a senior, she was named the Gazette Newspapers Player
of the Year ... NFHCA South Region All-American in her final season ... Voted all-state by the Maryland coaches ... wWs a USFHA Futures Elite
and attended the USFHA National Futures Tournament ... Two-time
Washington Post All-County selection ... Named all-metro second team
and was an honorable mention the year before ... A first
team member in Montgomery County and selected as an all-beltway first
team member ... Also competed in equestrian while attending Walt
Whitman ... Named an AP Scholar and earned the Scholar-Athlete Award all four years.
Personal: Maya Herm was born on April 27, 1991 and is the daughter of Stephen Herm and Miranda Spivack ... Has one sister, Ariel, who played field hockey at Haverford.
HERM'S CAREER STATISTICS