Easther Mayi Kith

#16 Easther Mayi Kith

D | So. | 5-6 | Quebec City, Quebec | Ecole Sec. George-Vanier Laval

2015-16 Freshman

  •  Academic All-Big 12 Newcomer Team
  •  Played in 20 matches and started final 16 contests of the year at center back after Carly Black went down with a season-ending injury
  •  Logged 1,676 minutes of action, the seventh-best total on team
  •  Helped the WVU defense post a program-best 15 shutouts, the third-best mark in the NCAA
  •  WVU defense allowed just 11 goals all year, the fewest in program history
  •  Earned first career start in 4-0 win vs. Longwood on Sept. 13

High School

  •  Two-year member of the Canadian U-17 National Team
  •  Made seven appearances with the U-17 team and played the full 90 minutes in six matches
  •  Competed at the 2014 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Costa Rica
  •  Won the Silver medal at the 2013 CONCACAF Women’s U-17 Championship in Montego Bay, Jamaica
  •  Made Canadian youth debut in 2012 under coach David Benning
  •  Has attended multiple women’s EXCEL Identification Camps, including the March 2015 Canada Women’s National Team EXCEL U-17-19 Camp with WVU teammates Carla Portillo and Bianca St. Georges
  •  Attended Ecole Secondaire George-Vanier Laval 


  •  Daughter of Théodore Maki Kith and Henriette Bih Ndatchi
  •  Has two sisters
  •  Birthday is March 28
  •  Primary language is French
  •  Enrolled at WVU in January 2015
  •  Majoring in exercise physiology 
  •  Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  •  Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll 
Totals 4743113

Two Earn Big 12 Weekly Honors; WVU No. 1

By Shannon McNamara | October 31, 2016

Sophomores Sh’Nia Gordon and Easther Mayi Kith were named the Big 12 Conference Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, this morning.

Meet the Mountaineers: Easther and Sh'Nia

By Shannon McNamara | September 23, 2016

The No. 4-ranked West Virginia University women’s soccer team boasts a roster of talented, skilled and interesting student-athletes. This week’s Meet the Mountaineers features two sophomores who are building on experience gained as starters last season and excelling in more-developed roles this season – defender Easther Mayi Kith and forward Sh’Nia Gordon.

Hill Named Team MVP

By Shannon McNamara | March 13, 2016

Senior midfielder Amanda Hill was named Team MVP at the West Virginia University women’s soccer season-ending banquet, held Saturday, March 12, at Touchdown Terrace.