Director of Men’s Hockey Operations, University of Minnesota (2019-Current)
Associate Director of Athletics/Head Hockey Coach, Blake School (2016-2019)
o Conference Champions (2018, 2019)
Head Hockey Coach, Farmington High School (2014-2016)
o MSHSL Class AA State Tournament 6thPlace (2016)
o Section 1AA Head Coach of the Year (2016)
o Section 1AA Runner Up (2015)
Assistant Hockey Coach, Burnsville High School (2010-2014)
o Section 2AA Runner Up (2011, 2012, 2013)
o Section 2AA Assistant Coach of the Year (2012)
o Conference Champions (2011)
Head Bantam A Hockey Coach, Apple Valley (2009-2010)
o District 6 Tournament Champions (2010)
Assistant Bantam A Hockey Coach, Burnsville (2008-2009)
o District 6 Tournament Runner Up (2009)
Assistant Hockey Coach, Mounds View High School (2007-2008)
Greg May is currently in his second season as the Director of Hockey Operations, Men’s Hockey, at the University of Minnesota.
A native of Burnsville, Mn, May previously spent three seasons as the Head Coach and Associate Director of Athletics at The Blake School, where he took the hockey program from Class A to State contender in Class AA in three years. At Blake, May led the Bears to two Conference Championships (2018 and 2019). May coached three Division 1 Commits, along with more current Division 3, and Junior A Hockey Players.
Prior to Blake, May was at Farmington High School where he spent two years as the Head Coach. At Farmington, he guided the Tigers to two section final appearances and the school’s first ever Class AA State Tournament (2015-2016). Under his leadership, Farmington made the move from the Missota Conference to the South Suburban Conference where they finished in the top three each year. May coached Farmington’s first ever Mr. Hockey Finalist, one All-Metro player, one All-State player, and two defensemen who were nominated for the Reed Larson Defenseman of the Year award. In 2015-2016 May was named Section 1AA Head Coach of the Year.
May founded May and Co. Hockey in 2016 and has been working as the owner and operator of the skills development company. He has trained hockey players from the youngest mites to the highest level of Division 1 College Hockey. Training sessions come in the form of large group, small group and private (1:1).