Prince George’s Community College Intercollegiate Athletics has announced Devin May as the next head women’s basketball coach. A Prince George’s County native, May will take charge of a program looking for a fresh start after the college was unable to schedule a 2020-21 season due to COVID-19.
May was most recently the head varsity girls basketball coach at Surrattsville High School in Clinton, MD where he posted a 38-33 record over the past two seasons (2018-2020), including back-to-back Region Championships. May’s 2019-20 campaign was ended prematurely in the state semi-finals when COVID arrived and ended the state tournament. Prior to arriving at Surrattsville, May was the girls coach at Gwynn Park Middle School in Brandywine, MD.
Devin initially began coaching in 2013 when he became involved with AAU basketball across Prince George’s County and attributes many of his basketball relationships and lessons to his time within the program.
May states “I’m excited to build upon the recent success of Prince George’s Community College women’s basketball and am eager to get started. I expect to compete with the top schools in Maryland JUCO and to be in contention for another Region XX title within my first year”.
Assistant coach Cheyenne Bailey will remain with the program. Bailey, who was an assistant during the Owls 2019-20 Region XX Championship team, will help May transition into his new role as head coach of the program while helping to hold a new team accountable to the high standard of success the Owls recently set.
May’s time at varying levels of competition in women’s basketball has helped prepare him for the new challenge of coaching at the next level and has left him eager to get started recruiting and building his own sense of culture at Prince George’s Community College.
May attended Prince George’s Community College himself before transferring to Towson University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology in 2012.
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