- Two-time OSU Scholar Athlete (20, 21)
- Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Jan. 28
- Floor: 14.400
- Pommel Horse: 13.050
- Rings: 12.650
- Vault: 14.600
- Parallel Bars: 13.850
- High Bar: 13.800
- All-Around: 78.650
As a Junior (2022)
- Finished fourth at the Big Ten Championships on floor (13.675)
- Earned a career-high 14.600 on the vault at Winter Cup
- Posted career-highs in the all-around (78.650), pommel horse (13.050) and on rings (12.650) in the win against No. 4 Michigan
- Won the high bar competition against No. 7 Penn State with a career-best 13.800
- Totaled seven other top-three finishes this season
- Three top-three floor finishes: New York Alliance (13.300), No. 10 Army/No. 12 William & Mary (13.500), No. 4 Nebraska (13.900)
- Two top-three high bar finishes: New York Alliance (12.850), No. 4 Nebraska (13.650)
- Finished third on parallel bar against New York Alliance (13.400)
- Finished third in the all-around against No. 4 Michigan (78.650)
As A Sophomore (2021)
- Opened the season with his season bests on vault (14.200) and parallel bars (11.450) at No. 3 Illinois
- Had a season best on high bar (12.900) against Navy
- Recorded his season best on floor (14.300) at the Big Ten Championships, also competing on vault (13.850)
- Competed at NCAA Qualifiers on floor (13.866) and vault (13.966)
As A Freshman (2020)
- Had a season best on floor (14.400) against Navy
- Recorded a 14.350 on vault, his season best score, against Michigan
- Had a season best on parallel bars (13.850) against ASU/Cal/Stanford
- Twice recorded his season best on high bar (13.350) – at Penn State and against Navy
- Season ended early due to COVID-19 pandemic
Prior to Ohio State
- Trained at Apollo Gymnastics for 2 years under Jason Furr.
- Son of Miyuki Hayashi and Curtis Altmann.
- Brother to Mika Hayashi.
- Majoring in computer science.
- Favorite past times include spending time with friends and listening to music.
- Greatest sports thrill is sticking a dismount after a clean routine.