A Tulsa native and Will Rogers High School graduate, Mayberry joined the ORU women’s basketball coaching staff after a one year stint as assistant coach at Watson Chapel High School in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Before coaching the Wildcats, he was a part of Head Men’s Basketball Coach Mike Anderson’s staff at the University of Arkansas.
Mayberry’s name is seen in the record book for the Razorbacks as he leads the program in all-time career steals with 291. He ranks second in assists with 729 and third in points with 1,940. He helped the University of Arkansas transition from the Southwest Conference to the Southeastern Conference by winning three straight SWC titles with a combined 42-6 record before making the jump to the SEC and winning a SEC title with a 13-3 record in the 1991-1992 season.
Selected in the first round of the 1992 NBA draft as the 23rd pick, Mayberry spent his first four years in the NBA with the Milwaukee Bucks and played in 328 consecutive games to begin his illustrious career. He then went to the Vancouver Grizzlies to play his final three years and accumulated more than 2,500 points and more than 1,700 assists in his pro career.
Mayberry is married to his high school sweetheart, Marla, and together they have five daughters: Taleya, Kaylan, Maya, Wyvette and Rhyian. Taleya is a former Graduate Assistant of the ORU program. Kaylan played for the Golden Eagles from 2013-2017. Maya is currently a sophomore on the ORU squad and was named to the 2017-2018 Summit League All-Newcomer team.