Wake Forest defeated Virginia Tech 2-0 in the Elite Eight to advance to the program's first College Cup since 2009.
2013 All-ACC Freshman Team
2014 All-ACC Academic Team
2015 ACC All-Academic Team
2015 All-ACC First Team
2015 NSCAA All-South Region Second Team
2015 ACC Championship All-Tournament Team
2015 NSCAA Scholar All-South Region
2015 CoSIDA Academic All-District
2016 All-ACC Academic Team
Played in 21 of Wake Forest's 22 games, starting each of the 21 he played in ... One of three team captains for the season ... Scored a career-high five goals -- all of which were game-winners -- and finished with five assists for 15 points ... Earned First Team All-ACC honors while also collecting ACC Championship All-Tournament Team and Second Team NSCAA All-South Region honors ... Was named a CoSIDA Academic All-District III honoree and picked up First Team NSCAA Scholar All-South Region honors ... Also earned ACC All-Academic Men's Soccer Team honors after the season ... Scored game-winning goals against Santa Clara (8/28) in the season opener, South Carolina (10/6), North Carolina (10/17), against Louisville (10/30) in the regular-season finale and again against the Cardinals in the Quarterfinals of the ACC Championship on Nov. 8 ... Hayes' goal against Santa Clara came in the 83rd minute, breaking a scoreless draw ... Notched the game's only goal in the 17th minute against North Carolina to give Wake Forest its first win over UNC since the 2008 season ... Tallied two assists against Georgia State (10/20) ... Was named to Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Week on Oct. 20 ... Named to Top Drawer Soccer's Midseason Top 100 in the Nation (No. 15) and finished at No. 26 in the organization's postseason release of the rankings ... Finished at No. 4 in Top Drawer Soccer's Midseason Top 20 in the ACC and No. 6 in the postseason edition ... Was named to the All-ACC Academic Team after the season.
Started 17 games in his sophomore season ... Scored one goal and had six assists for a total of eight points ... Tallied an assist in the season-opener against UCLA (8/29) ... Recorded an assist in the following game against No. 7 Cal (8/31) ... Scored a goal and had an assist in the 4-1 win over Cleveland State (9/7) ... Had an assist in three straight games: Boston College (10/17), Howard (10/21) and Virginia (10/24) ... Played every minute at Clemson (11/9) in the ACC Tournament and against UMBC (11/20) in the NCAA Tournament.
Was named to the All-ACC Freshman Team ... Represented the U.S. at the Northern Ireland Milk Cup ... Made his collegiate debut in the season opener vs. Coastal Carolina (8/30) ... Earned his first-career start at right back at Charlotte (10/1) ... Picked up his first-carer goal and his first-career assist, earning three points, in a win over Virginia Tech (10/4) ... Played his first full game at NC State (10/8), playing all 110 minutes in the tie.
Is a member of the U.S. U-18 Men's National Team ... Played his club soccer for the Baltimore Bays Chelsea under the direction of Steve Nichols and is a captain of that squad ... Was named to the 2011-12 U.S. Development Academy East Conference Starting XI ... Played his high school soccer at DeMatha Catholic High School under the direction of Dafydd Evans ... Was named a high school All-American ... Earned First Team All-WCAC and Second Team All-Met from the Washington Post in 2011 ... DeMatha was ranked No. 1 by he NSCAA High School Rankings in 2011 and No. 3 in 2010 ... Is a member of National Honor Society and is President of the Student Government Association.
Born on June 29, 1995 at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. ... Son of Reggie and Valerie Hayes ... Full name is Jacori Robert Hayes ... Has three siblings - Carmyn, Camber and Braxton ... Sister, Carmyn, plays soccer at Wisconsin after signing with the Badgers in 2016 ... Was teammates on the Baltimore Bays with Michael Gamble, Ricky Greensfelder and Andrew Harris ... Majoring in physics.