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Sean May News & Bio


Name:Sean May
Hometown:Bloomington, IN
High School:Bloomington North
Born:April 4, 1984 (36)
Height/Weight:6-9, 266
Position:Center
Notes:Basketball, 2002 McDonald's All-American
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Rashad McCants on UNC's 'Magical' 2005 National Title Team
Roy Williams's first team at North Carolina was talented. They were good, but not great. Jawad Williams, Jackie Manuel, and Melvin Scott were juniors in...

Fathers and sons who both won NCAA men's basketball championships
Scott May was the consensus National Player of the Year while leading the 1976 Indiana Hoosiers to an undefeated season, culminating in the national championship...

Sean May on What Makes UNC's Roy Williams So Good
"Coach (Williams) is so meticulous at paying attention to the details," Sean May said. "There's never a beat that coach misses when it comes to...

Video: Carolina Insider Live! May 28, 2020
Dre' Bly and Sean May tell Adam Lucas and Jones Angell how playing for Mack Brown and Roy Williams got them interested in coaching and...

Roy Williams to '05 Championship Team, 'You Are UNC Basketball'
The 2004-05 national championship season was a special one in North Carolina Basketball history with memorable players like Jawad Williams, Sean May, Jackie Manuel, Raymond...

Position U: Which college basketball programs produce the best players at each position?
Which college basketball program would be deserving of the title "Point Guard U"? Which schools have had the best sharpshooters? The best scoring big men?...

Lucas: March 25 Flashback
2005: If it wasn't for the magnitude of UNC's win over Kentucky in Birmingham, this would have been the featured game for March 25. A...

Dean Smith, Sean May, & Lennie Rosenbluth on Roy Williams
Praise came from all over for Roy Williams, as the ACC Network aired an old interview with Dean Smith and featured more current interviews with...

Roy Williams Live: Progress
UNC men's basketball has begun their climb up the ACC standings. “We have gotten better, but we weren't playing great,” Director of Basketball Operations Sean...

UNC men's basketball hasn't been running, and Roy Williams wants that to change
At his press conference on Friday, Roy Williams made it clear that North Carolina hasn't been playing fast enough for his liking. "We're not pushing...


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