Sean May News Archive

Ohio State QB transfer Joe Burrow to visit UNC; decision coming soon

Since Joe Burrow announced his intention to transfer from Ohio State on May 8, the college football world has been awaiting a decision on where the quarterback will land. According to Sean Callahan of Husker Online, Burrow will visit North Carolina this week and an announcement could come as soon as the end of the week. Last week, Burrow visited Cincinnati and LSU.

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 Charlotte Bobcats, a strong pipeline of former UNC players have moved through the Queen City. In their inaugural 2005 draft they quickly pounced on NCAA champions and in-state heroes Raymond Felton and Sean May.

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 plays down the stretch as No. 2 North Carolina beats No. 1 Illinois, 75-70, to win UNC’s fourth NCAA title and the first for coach Roy Williams.

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 this UNC squad without thinking twice. (That’s not to mention one-and-done star Marvin Williams.). The 2005 season was the last great two-horse race in college basketball; 7. North Carolina (1993); 14. North Carolina (2009).

Pocast: Previewing North Carolina-Duke, UNC's PG Situation Next Season

Inside Carolina contributor Sean Moran previews Saturday night's North Carolina-Duke game, discusses which Tar Heel player will have the biggest impact, then looks ahead to how UNC's point guard position may shake out for the 2018-2019 season.

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 Tar Heels about the potential of a Roy Williams rampage, running players until the soles of their shoes begin to smoke. “In the old days, I would have run them until seven guys threw up,” Williams said Thursday.

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 Carolina standout and current Carolina staff member Sean May joins to discuss the highs and lows of his time on Tobacco Road.

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 former standout as assistant to the director of player development. May was soon elevated to Director of Player Personnel, and following C.B. McGrath’s departure, he moved into the director of basketball operations job.

Theo Pinson, UNC's do-everything senior, wouldn't trade these 4 years for the world

"I remember before I ever came to college, my dad said, 'No matter what, enjoy college, it's the best four years of your life,'" Theo Pinson told me. "Even [former UNC star] Sean May, he says, 'I wish I could've played another year in college, I loved it that much.' I don't take this time for granted, being here. It's been a fun ride, an unbelievable ride. I'm living the dream."

Starters from Roy Williams' Three NCAA Title Teams Talk About Their Experiences

Adam Lucas: Head to head, in the prime of these teams, who wins? Sean May: There are so many similarities. Joel Berry and Ty Lawson and Raymond Felton are three really good point guards. They each had a big guy. Head to head, you never know. I tell people Tyler Hansbrough would’ve gotten 28, but I would’ve gotten 28, too. Tyler’s team probably had the most firepower.

Nate Laszewski Recruitment Rundown

Arizona coach Sean Miller recruited former big man Kaleb Tarczewski from the same travel program as Nate Laszewski’s. Indiana offers Laszewski the chance to play near home. Lastly, UNC will enroll his former teammate at Northfield Mount Hermon, Andrew Platek, this fall and the idea of suiting up for the defending national champions may weigh heavily. Wisconsin has family ties with Laszewski as well.

Video: UNC Alums Tee Off at the Greensboro pro-am

Check out former UNC basketball stars Sean May, Antawn Jamison, and Wes Miller tee off at the Wyndham Golf Tournament on Wednesday. May is currently the Director of Operations for the UNC basketball program. Jamison played three years at UNC before being selected No. 4 overall in the 1998 NBA Draft. Miller played three seasons at UNC from 2004-2007.

Ex-Tar Heels star Sean May: Limited help in Wyndham Championship pro-am

The UNC basketball-themed team in the Wyndham Championship pro-am finished with a score of 6-under par 64 on Wednesday afternoon at Sedgefield Country Club. Former North Carolina players Antawn Jamison, Sean May and Wes Miller (the men’s coach at UNC Greensboro) were others on the team. “I told them I’d give them help on three holes, that’s all I got,” said May.

Wes Miller, Sean May, Antawn Jamison, Jim Kelly in Greensboro pro-am

The Louis DeJoy & Aldona Z. Wos Family Foundation Pro-Am will include UNC-Greensboro men's basketball coach Wes Miller and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly. Miller, who played at North Carolina, will play with former teammate Sean May, the director of operations under Coach Roy Williams, and former Tar Heels star Antawn Jamison.

UNC Pitcher J.B. Bukauskas Dealing

Against N.C. State on Friday, J.B. Bukauskas may not have had his best stuff early, but he still kept a no-hitter intact through 5 1/3 innings until UNC’s bats finally got to Wolfpack starter Sean Adler. The right-hander from Ashburn, Va. improved to 6-0 on the season (5-0 in ACC play) by allowing one earned run and four hits in seven innings of work, striking out six.

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