|High School:||South Eugene HS|
|Previous College:||Salt Lake Community College|
2011-12 Season (Senior)
Ended the season ranked No. 3 on the team with his .400 (8-20) three-point field goal percentage ... scored double-figures in one game … scored 15 points and made five field goals, both season-high figures, vs. CSU Bakersfield … collected a season-high five rebounds at Santa Clara (12/3/11) … named a starter in 11 of 27 games played.
2010-11 Season (Junior)
A starter in the season opener at UCLA (11/12/10) and responded with seven rebounds in 18 minutes ... Scored a season-high nine points against Vanguard (11/20/10) ... Tallied eight points and six rebounds against Seattle (1/19/11) ... A starter in five games.
Salt Lake Community College
Averaged nearly eleven points and more than six rebounds during the 2009-10 season ... In helping SLCC to a 25-7 record during his sophomore campaign, Hayward-Mayhew led the team in field goal percentage (.544, 11-for-240) and a respectable 73 percent from the free throw line ... His scoring and rebounding efforts led him to all-league status ... Hayward-Mayhew was one of five players to average in double-figures in scoring ... Led the team in scoring in seven games including efforts of 22 points (8-for-9 from the floor) against College of Eastern Utah, and 19 points against Colorado Northwestern ... In eleven games, Hayward-Mayhew led SLCC in rebounding including 12 against North Idaho College and ten rebounds in two games ... Originally started his collegiate career at Missouri State but only played in seven games during the 2008-09 season before transferring to Salt Lake Community College.
South Eugene High School
A McDonald's All-American candidate where he averaged 19.6 points, 9.4 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game during his senior season ... Helped led South Eugene HS to the Oregon State Final-16 during his senior campaign ... For his efforts, Hayward-Mayhew gained first team All-Southwest Conference honors and was invited to play in the Oregon All-Star game ... His best games during his senior season included a 37-point effort and a 16-rebound effort ... His 262 rebounds broke the South Eugene HS single season school record ... Started all three seasons in high school ... During his junior campaign, Hayward-Mayhew averaged 15.4 points and 7.2 rebounds per game while claiming honorable mention all-conference and all-state honors.
Born October 14, 1989 in Seattle, Wa. ... Parents are Chris (mom) Hayward-Mayhew and Stan Mayhew ... Has one sister, Clarice Hayward-Lee ... Clarice ran track at the University of Oregon ... John's father played basketball at Weber State ... Kobe Bryant is his favorite player and the Lakers are his favorite team ... Favorite actor is Denzel Washington while Mila Kunis is his favorite actress ... Likes to watch Family Guy ... Favorite movie is Blow ... Loves to dine on chicken parmesan but stays away from mushrooms ... Favorite musician is Devin the Dude ... Chose Cal State Northridge because of the coaches, the team and the weather ... The best thing about being an athlete is being fit, according to Hayward-Mayhew ... Chose uniform #43 because his dad wore the same number at Weber State ... His pre-game ritual is to listen to music and play video games ... Would like to be on a stranded island with Mila Kunis ... Would like to have dinner with Devin the Dude, and President Obama ... Would invest a million dollars if he had it ... No one knows how much John loves to surf the internet ... The title of his autobiography would be - John's Life ... If a movie was made about John's life, the lead part would be played by Denzel Washington ... Can't imagine, according to John, going the week without food, music, basketball, the internet and friends ... The best advice he ever received was "you only get one ticket, might as well enjoy the ride." ... Can't live without his cell phone ... People always make him smile ... Management major.
John Hayward-Mayhew - Career Highs
Points - 15 vs. CSU Bakersfield (11/30/11)
Field Goals - 5 vs. CSU Bakersfield (11/30/11)
3-Point Field Goals - 2 (2 games)
Free Throws - 4 (3 games)
Rebounds - 7 at UCLA (11/12/10)
Assists - 1 (7 games)
Blocks - 2 vs. Cal Lutheran (12/7/10)
Steals - 2 at Pacific (2/11/12)