The objective of this work was to investigate compression after low-velocity impact (CAI) properties of a multistitched composite. It was found that the CAI strength of the multistitched composite was high compared to the unstitched composites. In addition, stitching density, stitching type, stitching direction, and stitching fibers were found to be important structural parameters. The CAI load on the multistitched composites resulted in lateral damages near the impacted indentation region. The structures showed large damaged areas, but the out-of-plane layer delamination was confined to relatively small areas. Thus, the multistitching enhanced the CAI properties of the composite.