Maya Brady is an American softball player from the UCLA Bruins team. She is the niece of the former American football quarterback of the National Football League Tom Brady.
Maya Brady was born as Maya Ann Brady-Timmons UCLA in the year 2001 (age 20 years; as of 2021) in California, US. She attended the Oaks Christian High School in Thousand Oaks, California. Maya then went to the University of California, Los Angeles, and she is a part of the UCLA Bruins softball team.
Height: 5′ 10″ UCLA
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Family & Ethnicity
Parents & Siblings
Maya’s mother’s name is Maureen Brady, and her father’s name is Brian Timmons. She has a younger sister, Hannah.
Maya Brady is in a relationship with Garth White, a fellow classmate.
Maya Brady started her softball player career when she was studying in the Oaks Christian High School where she won the Los Angeles Daily News Player of the Year after hitting a .558 score during the game. Flosoftball, a website dedicated to softball games, ranked Maya Brady as the No.2 recruit in the nation. She played at the position of the middle infield at Oaks Christian but as she joined UCLA Bruins, she was moved to the right-field playing position. As a part of the UCLA Bruins, she managed to hit seven home runs.
- Maya Brady comes from a family with a sports background as her mother was an All-American pitcher at Fresno State. She is the niece of Tom Brady, an American football quarterback playing in the National Football League. The two-time World Series champion and three-time All-Star champion, former MLB player Kevin Youkilis is her uncle.
- Maya won the Softball American Freshman Player of the Year honor as she batted .356 and slugged .699 during a game. She also scored seven home runs, leading UCLA to finish with a score of 28 runs and tied for the first position.
- Tom Brady made a tweet on his Twitter account to appreciate Maya’s game during the 2021 Softball Season.
Maya Brady, the most dominant athlete in the Brady family…by far! https://t.co/BUstHqAyjD
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) March 7, 2021
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