Jacob May
Jacob  May

Liberty Township, Ohio

High School:
Lakota West HS

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 185




Schroeder Powers Coastal Carolina Past Akron, 17-9

The junior hit three home runs and drove in six


Will Remillard Drafted in 19th Round by Chicago Cubs

Remillard led the Chants in RBI and was named second team All-Big South this past season


Jacob May Drafted in 3rd Round by Chicago White Sox

May is the sixth-highest Chanticleer taken in the MLB Draft


#29 Coastal Carolina Ends Season with 9-1 Loss to #16 Virginia Tech

Ryan Connolly ends career 5th on NCAA all-time appearances list and with Big South career-best 2.23 ERA


Coastal Lead Slips Away, Falls 7-3 to Oklahoma in NCAA Blacksburg Regional

Chants led 3-0 early before Oklahoma scoerd seven unansered


2013 Blacksburg Regional: Coastal Carolina vs. Virginia Tech

2013 Blacksburg Regional: Coastal Carolina vs. Virginia Tech


2013 Blacksburg Regional: Coastal Carolina vs. Oklahoma

2013 Blacksburg Regional: Coastal Carolina vs. Oklahoma


Coastal Bsaeball vs Liberty

Coastal Bsaeball vs Liberty


2012 NCAA Columbia Regional vs. Clemson Game 5

2012 NCAA Columbia Regional vs. Clemson Game 5 (June 3 | Carolina Stadium)


2012 NCAA Columbia Regional vs. Manhattan

2012 NCAA Columbia Regional vs. Manhattan (June 2, 2012 | Carolina Stadium)

Named to the 2012 Cape Cod All-Star team ... Helped Cotuit win the Cape Cod Western Division and have the best record in the league (30-14) ... Ranked fifth in the Cape Cod League with 14 stolen bases ... Rated the 25th-best prospect in the Cape Cod for 2012 by PerfectGame.org.

2012 (So.): Named to the NCAA Columbia Regional All-Tournament team ... ... Batted .583 (7-for-12) with a double, home run, two stolen bases, three RBI and four runs scored ... Was 2-for-4 in the first Clemson game, 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and three runs scored versus Manhattan and 2-for-4 in the second Clemson game ... Ranked 26th in the NCAA in 2012 in stolen bases per game (0.51) and 29th nationally in total stolen bases (27) ... His 27 stolen bases additionally ranked third-best in the Big South, while his 14 bags in league play tied for first ... Ranked fifth (tied) in the Big South with 11 sacrifice bunts and led the team with six bunt singles ... Over his last 22 games of 2012, batted .320 (31-for-97) to raise his season average 39 points (.267 to .306), was 12-of-13 in stolen bases and scored 24 runs over the span ... Had a hit in 43 of 53 games played in 2012 ... Like last year, where he missed the first 11 games due to a left wrist injury, the injury bug bit May again early in the season ... Suffered an injury in game two of the season versus Virginia and missed the next eight games ... Was just 1-for-5 in the win at Clemson, but scored twice and had a double ... In the eighth inning, he started a four-run rally to lift CCU to a 10-7 win after being hit by a pitch and taking third on a single to center by Ted Blackman ... The aggressive play led to a throwing error, plating May for the tying run and moving Blackman, who would score the winning run to third ... Tied Daniel Bowman for the team lead with seven runs scored in the Big South Tournament.

2011 (Fr.): Played in 44 games with 38 starts, mostly playing left field ... Missed the first 11 games after suffering a wrist injury during practice in the week leading up to opening day ... Led all Coastal outfielders with five assists ... Made his collegiate debut March 7 as the starting DH versus Ball State, going 1-for-5 with an RBI and stolen base ... Versus Wake Forest as the DH, capped a six-run sixth inning with an RBI double down the third-base line (his first hit from the right side of the plate) ... Later, batting left handed, ripped a double down the first-base line ... Was 1-for-2 with a looping single down the left field line in the exhibition game with the Texas Rangers ... Versus Gardner-Webb, threw out a runner at the plate in the first inning of the second game, helping Matt Rein earn Big South Pitcher of the Week ... Came off the bench in the championship game of the Big South Tournament to hit an triple in his lone plate appearance ... Pinch hit in each of the NCAA Clemson Regional games, walking once ... SUMMER OF 2011: Tabbed 26th-best prospect in the Northwoods League by Perfect Game USA ... Batted .296 for the Green Bay Bullfrogs in the summer of 2011 with 12 doubles, 20 walks and 19 stolen bases in 45 games.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Selected in the 39th round by the Cincinnati Reds in the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft, becoming the first player in Lakota West's history to be drafted out of high school ... Hit .440 in 27 games with five home runs, 29 RBI and 19 stolen bases as a senior to earn All-State and his second straight, first team All-Greater Miami Conference honor ... Holds the Lakota district record for career homers (10) ... Ranked sixth on the Buckeye Scout Class Top 100 ... Named to the Rawlings and Perfect Game USA Preseason All-American teams ... A two-time Cincinnati Enquirer All-Star and QueenCityHigh.com All-Ohio team honoree ... Was a first team All-Greater Miami Conference, All-Butler County and All-City selection and second team All-Ohio honoree his junior year ... Participated in the East Coast Pro Showcase, the Perfect Game National Showcase and was on the Perfect Game National Underclassmen Showcase Top Prospect Team ... Was an All-Greater Cincinnati Area selection by ESPN Rise ... Was an honor roll student at Lakota West.




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