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Kailee May
Kailee May
Title: Head Women's Volleyball Coach
Phone: 817-598-6250

Kailee May became Weatherford College’s first volleyball coach in 2022.

May came to WC after four seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Texas at Arlington. At UTA, she developed multiple All-Sun Belt Conference players, two Defensive Players of the Year, and two top-three finishes in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. The Mavericks also made a National Invitational Volleyball Championship quarterfinals appearance in 2019.

Before UTA, May was an assistant at Stephen F. Austin where she helped lead the team to a Southland Conference championship. Prior to that she was the head coach at All Saints Episcopal School, where she led the team to two Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools State Tournament appearances and a runner-up finish. 

She has also been heavily involved in the USAV club volleyball world in DFW. In her seven years of being a head coach of various club teams ranging in age from 12 to 18, five of her squads finished in the top 10 in the country at the USAV Girls Junior National Championships, including one third-place finish. 

As a junior in high school, she led her team to a Utah state championship and received all-state honors. Then, after her family moved, she took her squad to a runner-up finish in the Maryland state tournament and was named The Washington Post's Player of the Year for Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. 

After being recruited to play volleyball at Fordham University, she made the All-Atlantic 10 Freshman Team. She finished her career there in the top 10 of various statistical categories, including career kills, digs, service aces and attempts. Most recently, she was recognized as a member of the Fordham Volleyball 25-Year Anniversary Team. 

In 2012, May spent four months in Germany playing professionally before returning to coaching. 

She holds a bachelor’s degree from Fordham and a master’s degree in Sports Management from the University of North Texas.

She and her husband, Daniel, have a two-year-old daughter.