At Princeton — 2014: played in 48 sets as a freshman, many times in a serving capacity … ended season with 14 assists, four service aces and four digs … had season-high four assists against both Concordia and NYU; added two aces against Concordia as well.
Before Princeton — led Stevenson two three conference titles and two regional titles … competed at three national championships with Adversity Boys Volleyball Club; team placed fifth in 2012 and ninth in 2011 … two-time all-conference honoree … selected to all-area first team … Team MVP … earned conference sportsmanship award … two-time All-Academic Team in the North Suburban Athletic Conference and the Illinois High School Association … National Merit Commended Student … AP Scholar with Distinction … Outstanding Biology Award recipient … Social Studies Citizen Award winner in 2012 and 2013.
Personal — born Nov. 2, 1994 … son of Robert and Karen May … father is a private investor; mother is a vice president of human resources … has two older siblings, Lindsey and Sydney … enjoys reading, watching documentaries and juggling … may study physics.
"Princeton had the perfect combination of incredible academics and volleyball that I was looking for. The campus was beautiful and every time that I visited, the students were all friendly. I always felt like it was the right fit for me. As soon as I walked onto campus I knew that this place could be home."
Unofficial Team Role — Assistant Food Tsar, heir apparent.