Jill May

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Jill May was named head coach of the Notre Dame College lacrosse program on July 17, 2019. The 2020 season will be her first as a head coach.

During the 2018 and 2019 seasons, May served as a graduate assistant with the program, helping guide the team to its best season in MEC history in 2019. While coaching the offense, offensive numbers propelled the team to its record season, highlighted by 53 free position goals (most in NDC history), 213 goals, 53 assists, and a 2019 All-MEC conference selection in freshman attacker, Danyelle Hardy.

Prior to her coaching at NDC, May's Division I collegiate career started as an attacker for Ohio State University during her freshman year in 2013, before transferring to Long Island University in Brooklyn, N.Y.

After a redshirt year at LIU Brooklyn, May was the starting attacker during her junior season. During her senior year, she tallied 16 goals, eight assists, 17 ground balls, with a .700 shots-on-goal percentage, as a starting attacker.

For her collegiate career, May totaled, 24 Goals, 13 assists, 21 ground balls and .700 SOG%.

A native of Babylon, NY, prior to her collegiate career, Coach May was a four year starting attacker at St. John the Baptist HS. In West Islip, NY, where she was a three time All Catholic League selection as well as US Lacrosse School girl team selection.

Coach May holds a Bachelor's Degree in sociology from LIU Brooklyn as well as a Master's Degree in special education from Notre Dame College.