May enters his first year at MacMurray as the Highlanders pitching coach. Beginning in 2006 Coach May has coached in Montana (Glacier Twins, American Legion); 2007 Dordrecht, Holland (Head coach Hawks Junior team and youth program instructor); and three years at Malibu High school 2010-2012 (acting as pitching coach, strength and conditioning coach, and summer coach for the Sharks). While coaching at Malibu the program experienced improvements in wins each season while helping players in each graduating class move on to play college baseball for schools such as Claremont McKenna College, Whitman College, and University Nevada Reno. May received his masterís degree in management from the University of Redlands while coaching at Malibu.
May was a four year player and graduate of Claremont McKenna College. He graduated with a B.S in history/government and served multiple roles on the Stagg pitching Staff. Upon completing his college pitching career, May had a small stint as a professional pitcher, playing for the Dordrecht Hawks in 2007. After the semi-professional season ended in Holland, he ended his playing career in the Arizona Fall league in the winter of 2008 with Tommy John surgery after tearing the ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow.
From 2002 to the present, May and his family have been active in the baseball community through their pitching statistics program, More than ERA, selling both the program and variety of pitching charts both online and at the American Baseball Coaches Associationís conventions to many colleges and high schools throughout America. This program will be used for the Highlander pitching staff for the first time. May will also have responsibilities such as strength and conditioning for student-athletes and will assist in recruiting.
Born in Los Angeles on July 17, 1984, his immediate family still resides in Los Angeles.