|Hometown:||Las Vegas, Nev.|
|High School:||Bishop Gorman HS|
Dana Altman’s first recruit finished his career as the winningest player in school history, having played in 97 career victories ... Also took part in a school record 144 games ... Ranks fifth in the UO record books in career assists with 468 ... Ranks fourth in the program record books in career steals (152).
2013-14 | SENIOR SEASON
One of six players to appear in all 34 games, leading the team in assists while ranking fifth in scoring (7.0) ... Ranked second in the Pac-12 in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.7) while ranking fifth in total assists (161) ... Also ranked ninth in Oregon history for assists in a season (161) ... On Senior Day, led UO to an upset of No. 3 Arizona with 16 points on 6-of-9 shooting with two assists and three steals ... After posting three assists against Washington, eclipsed the 400 career assist mark ... Led team to OT win at Ole Miss with an historic performance, scoring a season-high 23 points while assisting 15 baskets - the second-most assists ever recorded by a UO player ... Tied a Matthew Knight Arena record, assisting 13 baskets in a victory over Pacific ... Scored 14 points with four assists and four steals against California ... Scored 13 points in win over Cal Poly with five assists and five boards ... Scored 11 points with seven assists in win over Illinois ... Tallied 11 points and five assists to lead the Ducks to a Civil War victory on Feb. 16 ... Against Washington on Feb. 19, scored nine points with three assists and two steals to lead UO to a win ... Played 44 minutes at UCLA on Feb. 27, leading UO to a double-overtime win with six assists.
2012-13 | JUNIOR SEASON
Pac-12 Tournament Most Outstanding Player ... Appeared in all 37 games and made 16 starts ... scored a season-high 19 points in the Pac-12 Tournament final against UCLA en route to being named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player ... averaged 5.0 points per game and 2.9 assists per game ... ranked ninth in the Pac-12 with 1.38 steals per outing ... scored in double figures in six of Oregon’s last 13 games ... dished out a career best nine assists in a Feb. 23 win over Stanford ... great weekend against the Bay Area schools also included a career best five steals against California on Feb. 21 ... set career season bests in points (186), assists (107), steals (51) and minutes (818).
2011-12 | SOPHOMORE SEASON
Played in all 34 available games, a starter in 11 of those outings ... Led the team in total assists (100) ... Ranked third on the team in steals (31) ... Averaged 3.3 ppg and 1.4 rpg in playing 17.2 mpg ... Reached double-figures in scoring one time ... One of six different UO players to shoot better than 70 percent from the free throw line (.702) ... Had four assists and zero turnovers in 19 minutes March 3 vs. Utah ... Had team-high six assists (1 TO) in 18 minutes Jan. 12 at Arizona State ... Scored nine points in a career-high 33 minutes Dec. 22 vs. Stephen F. Austin ... Matched a career-high with three steals Dec. 12 vs. Portland State ... Tallied career highs in points (24), field goals made (8), 3-pointers made (6) Nov. 29 vs. UTEP ... Matched a career-best with three steals Nov. 20 vs. SE Missouri State ... Had nine points and matched a career-high with three steals Nov. 17 vs. Eastern Washington ... Matched a career-high with eight assists (three TOs) and grabbed five rebounds Nov. 11 at No. 7 Vanderbilt.
2010-11 | FRESHMAN SEASON
Played in all 39 games, a starter in 16 ... Averaged 4.7 points and 1.9 rebounds per game ... Ranked second on the team in assists (2.3 apg), while ranking fourth in steals (0.9 spg) and free throw percentage (.737, 42-of-57) ... Led the team in scoring once, reaching double figures on six occasions ... Led the team in assists 10 times ... Had 10 points and five assists against Creighton in March 28 CBI finals game ... Scored 11 points off the bench Feb. 26 against Stanford ... Matched a career-high with six rebounds Feb. 3 against Washington State ... Had 12 points, five rebounds and matched a career-high with three steals in Jan. 13 home win over USC ... Scored 11 points Jan. 8 against Washington State ... Had eight points and team-best seven asssists (one turnover) in Dec. 11 home win over Willamette ... Scored career-high 15 points (5-of-10 on field goals) in Dec. 2 game with Missouri ... Grabbed career-high six rebounds in Dec. 5 home win over Portland State ... Had 10 points and career-best three steals in 24 minutes off the bench Nov. 27 against Duke ... Scored nine points (3-of-4 shooting) in Nov. 23 home win over Texas Southern ... Had eight assists (zero turnovers) in Nov. 12 home win over North Dakota State.
Led Bishop Gorman High School to 102 wins in four seasons ... Earned Nevada Gatorade Player of the Year recognition as a senior ... Was also named 2009-10 Class 4A Boys Basketball Player of the Year according to the Las Vegas Review Journal ... Guided BGHS to a 30-2 record and a second consecutive Class 4A state championship as a senior ... Averaged 14.0 points, 8.2 assists and 3.3 steals per game in his final prep season ... Led BGHS to a 69-48 victory over Canyon Springs in the championship game ... Bishop Gorman High ranked as high as No. 12 nationally in the 2009-10 USA Today prep basketball polls ... Earned most valuable player recognition at the 2009 Beach Ball Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C. ... He contributed 17 points and four steals in leading BGHS past Columbia (Decatur, Ga.), 54-52, in the tourney title game ... Averaged 14.2 points and 6.0 assists per game as a junior ... Sank game-winning free throw in the 2008-09 state title bout against Palo Verde High, a game the Gaels won 56-55 ... Played his AAU basketball for the Las Vegas Prospects under head coach Anthony Brown ... Was also an accomplished prep football player, leading BGHS to a 4A state title on the gridiron as a senior ... He was named first team all-state as a return man in 2009, taking five punts back for touchdowns, while also averaging 32.6 yards per kick return.
Born Johnathan Michael Loyd in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Parents are Michael and Pamela Loyd ... Major is economics.