2007-08 (Junior) Second on the team and fourth in the league in points by a defenseman with 19 points (3-16-19) in 39 games ... +14 was third best on the team and the best among the Falcon defensemen ... Two points (1-1-2) in the sweep of 14th-ranked Quinnipiac to open the season ... Career-best three helpers in the win at AIC, Nov. 3 ... Two assists in the second game vs. Bentley, Feb. 2.
2006-07 (Sophomore) Played in 26 games and had 16 points (1-15-16) ... The team's top scoring defenseman despite missing 14 games due to injury ... Ranked 16th in the AHA for points by a defenseman ... Three-game point streak Nov. 17-24, ties as longest of his career ... Two assists in the win over Mercyhurst, Jan. 6 ... Career-best 12 shots in the Jan. 6 game, the most shots in a game by any Falcon during the season ... First goal of season came at Holy Cross, Jan. 12 ... Suffered a leg injury in the first Bentley game and missed 11 games ... Two assists in the 6-1 win over Army in the AHA Championship Game.
2005-06 (Freshman) Shared the John Matchefts Award for the freshman of the year with Mike Phillipich ... Second-team all-CHA selection ... Named to the CHA all-rookie team ... Played in 24 of the 32 games ... Second among the defensemen and led all Falcon freshmen with 16 points (3-13-16) ... Ranked eighth in the CHA in scoring by a defenseman in all games with 16 points ... Second in the CHA in points by a defenseman with 14 in league games ... Fifth in the CHA in points by a freshman with 14 in league games ... First career point was an assist against Union ... Career-bests of three assists in the second game against Wayne State and four assists in the series ... First career goal came against UAH, Jan. 7 ... Tied his career high with three points (1-2-3) against UAH, Feb. 18.
Before Air Force Played in 53 games for Mike Aikens' Billings Bulls of the NAHL ... The top scoring defenseman with 27 points (8-19-27) ... Fourth on the team with five power-play goals ... Voted the team's best defenseman and played in the NAHL All-Star Game ... Lettered two years in hockey and one in swimming at A.J. Dimond High School ... Hockey team won the state title as a junior ... Named all-state as a senior ... Team captain.
Personal Member of Cadet Squadron 2 ... Parents are Stan and Anna Mayra ... Has one sister, Jenna (21) ... Major is management ... Was the superintendent of the obstacle course during Basic Cadet Training in 2007 ... This past summer, was the Cadet-in-Charge of the obstacle course during Basic Cadet Training ... Also took a class in philosophy-ethics ... Is the assistant flight commander and standardization/evaluation officer in his squadron ... On the commandant's list for military excellence in the spring of 2007 ... Plans to be a contracting officer in the Air Force and then own his own business ... Favorite food is pizza ... Favorite sports other than hockey are golf and skiing ... Something not many people know about him is that he is "one of the best Halo 3 gamers in the Cadet Wing" ... Greatest moment in sports is winning back-to-back AHA championships ... Would like to get his MBA after graduation ... The most noteworthy thing about his hometown is that there are 23 hours of sunlight per day in the summer ... Hobbies are motorcycles, camping and cars ... Favorite NHL team is the Detroit Red Wings ... Favorite player is Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom.
Mayra's Career Stats
Year GP G A PTS PIM SOG PP 2005-06 24 3 13 16 14-39 41 2 2006-07 26 1 15 16 15-30 64 0 2007-08 39 3 16 19 20-40 52 1 Totals 89 7 44 51 49-109 157 3