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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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'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...

Roy Williams Discusses Favorite National Championship Team
Which of Roy Williams's three National Championship teams at North Carolina is your favorite?.Of course, Williams isn't going to pick one, but his thoughts on...

Video: Carolina Basketball Family Weekend
Go behind the scenes at this weekend's Carolina Basketball Family Weekend where dozens of current and former UNC players and their families gathered in Chapel...

Carolina Basketball Family Unites, Plays Golf
Hundreds of former UNC players, family, and friends are expected in Chapel Hill this weekend for a Carolina basketball reunion and the unveiling of Roy...

Charlotte Hornets continue to tap into UNC for talent
The Charlotte Hornets have developed a reputation for, uh, having an affinity for fomer North Carolina Tar Heels. Ever since they were reincarnated as the...

Video: UNC beats Ilinois for Roy Williams' first NCAA title - April 4, 2005
Marvin Williams tips in the game-winner with 1:17 to play, Final Four MVP Sean May has a game-high 26 points and Raymond Felton makes key...

The last 25 NCAA tournament champions, ranked
2. North Carolina (2005): Pick any three players from the other teams on this list. I’ll take Sean May, Rashad McCants and Raymond Felton from...

Roy Williams No Longer Coaching Through Fear
Luke Maye was nervous walking into Wednesday’s practice given what had transpired in Blacksburg on Monday. He’s heard the stories from Sean May and other...

Tobacco Road Podcast: Episode 2 - Sean May
Tyler Hansbrough and Gerald Henderson return to discuss Duke's first loss of the season and relive the week after "the incident" occurred. Then, former North...

Sean May Working His Way Up UNC's Coaching Ranks
Sean May returned to UNC following the 2015 season and started working around the basketball office. In October of that year, Roy Williams hired his...


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