At MSU:Danny May has been as consistent as it gets, scoring eight goals in each of his first two seasons at Missouri State and starting in every match in his career. His 2005 season landed him on the All-MVC First Team, after an All-Freshman performance in 2004.
2005: May scored the first goal since the school became Missouri State University in the season opener against Florida Atlantic, and went on to record eight goals on the season. May scored two game-winning goals, both coming in overtime, in MSU wins over Air Force and UMKC. The 5-7 forward also notched a multi-goal performance in a 6-0 victory over IPFW (9/17), one of six individual multi-goal games on the season for MSU. He also tallied goals against Belmont (9/25), Western Kentucky (10/1), and Evansville (10/19). May was one of three Bears to receive All-MVC First Team honors. May added three assists, giving him 19 points, for the second-best total on the team. His eight goals tied for fifth-best in the MVC and his 19 points were sixth-best in the conference.
2004: The Aurora, Ill., native started all 19 contests in 2004 as a freshman. May led the Bears in scoring with 24 points on eight goals and eight assists to rank fifth in the Missouri Valley Conference and earn league all-freshman team honors. May nailed the game-winner four times, including games against Oregon State (9/10), Western Illinois (9/11), Eastern Illinois (10/15) and the comeback win at Tulsa (10/22). May posted 21 shots on goal and turned in 40 shots on the season.
Background: May was a four-year starter for Waubonsie Valley High and a four-time all-conference selection and two-time all-state pick. He was a three-time all-area selection and was named to the all-state tournament team his freshman season. May also helped lead his club team, the Chicago Magic, to a national championship.
Personal: Danny Thomas May is the son of Joseph and Dawn May. He was born Sept. 16, 1984.