Has a big serve and a great attitude...coaches consider her to be a great asset to team because she is a very versatile player.
2008-09: Hayman posted another strong year finishing with an overall record of 21-13 in singles play...went 14-9 in spring play...18-0 when she wins the first set and 6-5 when she splits sets...won eight of her last 11 sets.
In doubles play Hayman went 17-16 spending most of her time with partner Abou-Zekry at the No.1 position where the duo went 9-8. Hayman, along with doubles partner Abou-Zekry were named to the MWC All-Conference doubles team for 2009.
Hayman's current record is 45-29 in singles and 32-31 in doubles.
Hayman earned the UNM Scholar Athlete award in 2008 and 2009, the MWC Scholar Athlete award her freshman year as well as MWC Academic All-Conference and ITA Scholar Athlete.
2007-08: Finished the season with an overall singles record of 24-16 and a doubles record of 15-15...went 15-9 in singles durign the spring switching between the fourth and fifth postition...went 7-9 in the spring primarily with Jennifer Ryba, Sandra Zmak and Victoria Tessmar...finished 6-4 with Tessmar playing at the No. 3 spot.
Fall 2007: Paired up with Jennifer Ryba for a 3-2 record... collected a 4-4 mark with Maria Sotirchos to have the best doubles record on the team at 8-6... went 9-7 in singles, including 3-0 at the BSU Invitational.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Wanganui Collegiate School in Wanganui, New Zealand... lettered in tennis all five years... named head girl of Wanganui Collegiate in 2006.
PERSONAL: Born February 24, 1988, in Durban, South Africa... daughter of Dorstan and Jane Hayman... has one sister, Sarah-Jane... her name is pronounced HAY-min... enjoys summer shopping and hanging out with friends and family... likes sushi, Asian, mom's roast lamb and Thai food... favorite athlete is Andre Agassi... likes the atmosphere of training and playing with a team... majoring in Business.