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Andrew May Staff Bio | Director of Basketball Operations

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Andrew May
Men's Basketball

Career Highlights

  • In his first season as BYU's director of basketball operations, helped the Cougars to a 26-11 record and a trip to the semifinals of the NIT in Madison Square Garden
  • As an assistant coach at Salt Lake Community College, helped lead the Bruins to 103 wins in four years, two trips to the NJCAA national tournament and three-straight conference championships
  • As a student manager at BYU, helped the Cougars to five-straight 25-wins seasons, four conference titles and five trips to the NCAA tournament


  • BYU Director of Basketball Operations (2015-present)
  • Salt Lake Community College Assistant Coach (2011-15)
  • Nike Sponsored Utah Basketball Club 14U Coach (2011-15)
  • BYU head student manager (2007-11)
  • BYU student manager (2006-07)


  • BYU (2010, B.S. in Exercise Science and Physical Education)
  • BYU (2011, Masters in Exercise Science)


  • Washington D.C. (Spanish speaking)


  • Wife: Marissa
  • Children: Benson, Ella, Karsten and Luke
Andrew May

Andrew May was hired as BYU's director of basketball operations in April 2015. May comes to BYU from Salt Lake Community College, where he served as an assistant coach for the last four years. Prior to his time at SLCC, he was a student manager at BYU from 2006-11, including four years as head manager from 2007-11.

During his four years at SLCC, May’s primary responsibilities included recruiting, skill development, technology and film coordinator and opponent scouting. The Bruins tallied four 20-win seasons, advanced to the NJCAA national tournament twice and won 103 games with three-consecutive conference championships.

In four years on the staff at SLCC, May coached five All-Americans, including former Cougar Skyler Halford. May and the SLCC coaching staff also saw 15 players move on to compete at the NCAA Division I level.

While working as a manager at BYU, the Cougars won four conference titles (2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011) and advanced to the NCAA tournament all five years. In 2010, BYU won its first NCAA tournament game since 1993 and in 2011, the Cougars advanced to the Sweet 16.

Prior to his time at BYU, Andrew was an assistant varsity coach at Orem High School in 2003-04 where he coached former Cougar Craig Cusick. May also worked as managing director for Practice Planner Live, the number one provider of sports practice planning software.

May prepped at Lone Peak High School where he holds single-season and single-game assist records. He earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science and physical education from BYU in 2010. In 2011, May earned his master’s degree from BYU in exercise science.

May's father Mike May played basketball at BYU and still holds the program's single-game assist record. May has been married for eight years to his wife Marissa, and they have four children, Benson, Ella, Karsten and Luke.