Mikey Henn
Mikey  Henn


Bellevue, Wash.

High School:
Bellevue HS '16

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 230


Managerial Economics


Aggies punch their ticket to the NCAA Tournament

Late 9-0 run gives UC Davis the lead for good; team will compete in the NCAA Division I Tournament for the first time in school history


Aggies dominate the glass, second half, in 66-55 win

Chima Moneke's 18 rebounds are the second-highest individual total in Big West Tournament history, and matches the program's Division I-era single-game record


UC Davis posts perfect home record with its 68-59 win

J.T. Adenrele, Georgi Funtarov, Darius Graham, Brynton Lemar and Lawrence White win final home game of their careers; winner-take-all situation at UC Irvine awaits Aggies


UC Davis wins overtime thriller vs. Long Beach State, 75-71

Chima Moneke's buzzer-beating tip scored milliseconds after regulation ends, Aggies respond by forcing 49ers to shoot 1-for-7 in extra session


Lemar reaches scoring milestone, Aggies back in first place

Lights-out shooting leads to eighth straight win over CSUN

2016-17: Scored two points and grabbed four rebounds in the Aggies’ Big West Tournament Championship game vs. UC Irvine (3/11)... Canned a three vs. Hawai’i (3/2)... Scored 11 points, the second-highest total of the season, and made a season/career-high three free throws throughout his 16 minutes played vs. UC Riverside (2/11)... Played a season/career-high 28 minutes at CSUN (1/14); finished with six points, two rebounds a block and a steal... Scored seven points throughout his seven minutes of action, on 3 of 5 shooting, and hit his only shot from three, vs. Cal Poly (1/7)... Nailed three shots from the floor, and from the free throw line, in the Aggies’ Big West opener vs. UC Santa Barbara (1/4)... Competed in front of a hometown crowd, for the first time as an Aggie, when UC Davis traveled to Seattle U (12/28)... Tied a season/career high by finishing with six rebounds at North Dakota State (12/14)... Canned all three attempts from three and finished with nine points at Cal (12/10)... Scored nine points on an efficient 3-for-4 shooting from the floor and 3-for-3 at the stripe at Cal... Recorded double-digit scoring totals for the third straight game by scoring a career/season-high 13 points vs. Sacramento State (11/21)... Recorded 11 points on 5 of 8 shooting vs. Northern Arizona (11/13)... One of UC Davis basketball’s four newcomers.

BELLEVUE HS '16: Led his team to three straight KingCo Conference championships... In the sectional playoffs, Bellevue finished third, sixth and fourth during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... In his final season, Henn helped BHS finish with a 26-3 record... That year, he averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game... The Seattle Times bestowed all-area accolades to Henn as a senior... Named KingCo Most Valuable Player and Defensive Player of the Year... Named to the first team at state playoffs and earlier in the season at the Under Armour Holiday Classic... Earned All-KingCo second team honors as a junior... Averaged 12 points, seven rebounds and four assists per game during the 2014-15 season... As a sophomore, he averaged 8/4/3 and earned all-league honorable mention.

PERSONAL: Suzanne and Dave Henn's only child... Jerry Vermillio, his great uncle, played basketball at Gonzaga... Cousins Zach Gordon and Ryan McDade also played basketball for Cal Poly and Northern Arizona respectively... Most people do not know that he is an only child... Earning all-area honors from the Seattle Times his is proudest personal accomplishment... Udoka Azibuke, Lonzo Ball, Zach Lavine, Jordan Mclaughlin and Jamal Crawford are the best athletes he has competed against... Competing for district and state championships is his career sports highlight... Would choose golf or football if he could play another sport at UC Davis... Lebron James is his sports hero... Non-sports hero is his mom... When he is not playing basketball, he enjoys hanging with his friends, playing video games and other sports... Traveling to every continent and playing basketball as a professional are items on his bucket list... The amazing atmosphere, great people and even better basketball program are the reasons he chose UC Davis.

Year G-GS FG-FGA/Pct. 3FG-FGA/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct. Rebs. A Blk. Stl. Pts. Avg.
2016-17 34-0 53-126/.421 14-36/.389 21-38/.553 54 22 3 8 141 4.1
Totals 34-0 53-126/.421 14-36/.389 21-38/.553 54 22 3 8 141 4.1