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Sean May News & Bio


Name:Sean May
Hometown:Bloomington, IN
High School:Bloomington North
Born:April 4, 1984 (35)
Height/Weight:6-9, 266
Position:Center
Notes:Basketball, 2002 McDonald's All-American
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Sean May on the 2019-20 Tar Heels
In an interview on the Carolina Insider Podcast, UNC Basketball's Director of Operations Sean May provided insight into UNC's 2019-20 season. He discussed Cole Anthony...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Sean May on all things Carolina Basketball
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas run through a quick news catch-up on UNC football and basketball. Then, Sean May joins the Pod to discuss the...

The Roles of Sean May & Kendall Marshall
Kendall Marshall and Sean May are now official members of Roy Williams' coaching staff. While May is entering his third season as UNC's Director of...

Photo: Five-Star Cade Cunningham at Late Night With Roy
Led by UNC staff members Kendall Marshall and Sean May, 2020 five-stars Cade Cunningham, Ziaire Williams, Greg Brown, and Day'Ron Sharpe and 2021 five-star Pablo...

Photo: UNC Basketball Family Dinner in Las Vegas
With many former UNC players taking part in Las Vegas NBA Summer League action, the Tar Heels got together for a family dinner. In the...

Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Indiana): Sean May
Indiana native Sean May chose UNC and had a stellar career capped by winning the Most Outstanding Player award at the 2005 Final Four leading...

16 Years Later, Sean May Recalls Loss To Iona & Broken Foot
The Tar Heels and Gaels will meet for the sixth time Friday in the NCAA Tournament, with North Carolina in the role of Goliath and...

Roy Williams Live: Sean May, Kendall Marshall Discuss UNC, NBA
Roy Williams has a pair of former Tar Heel players working under him: Sean May and Kendall Marshall. May was Director of Player Personnel for...

Danny Green and other wings lead the way for UNC in the NBA
Under Roy Williams, North Carolina has been known for putting the ball in the hands of post players that dominate at the college level. However,...

'Doing what I love to do': The newest chapter of Sean May's UNC basketball career
Sean May was thinking about basketball in a way he never had before. He was ready for the next step: coaching. Four years later, that...


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