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Corban Women's Soccer Signs McKenzie May

May comes to Corban as a transfer student-athlete following attending Western Washington University during the 2013-14 school year.

McKenzie May
Head women's soccer coach Marty Ziesemer has announced that McKenzie May had signed a letter of intent to join the Corban University women's soccer team for the fall of 2014. Photo Courtesy: Corban Athletics

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Head women's soccer coach Marty Ziesemer has announced that McKenzie May had signed a letter of intent to join the Corban University women's soccer team for the fall of 2014.

"We are pleased to add a player of McKenzie's ability for the fall," commented Ziesemer. "She has great speed, can play a variety of positions, and is very tenacious on the ball. We are looking forward to seeing how she develops after being away from the game for a year."

McKenzie May – 5' 5" – Mid/Forward – Western Washington University – Wash.

May comes to Corban as a transfer student-athlete following attending Western Washington University during the 2013-14 school year.

Originally hailing from Olympia, Wash., May registered a solid playing career at Tumwater High School. While starting on the Varsity squad during her freshman campaign, she garnered Honorable-Mention All-League honors while helping her team to the First Round of the State Tournament.

During her sophomore season, May led the team in assists while helping the squad to the Evergreen Conference Championship, District 4 Championship, and Second Round of the State Tournament. For her efforts, she was once again named to the Honorable-Mention All-League Team.

During her junior season, May was kept off the field due to a season-ending injury on the second day of tryouts. Her senior year, however, turned out to be a great success as she led the team in assists again, won the unsung hero award, collected Second-Team All-League honors, and competed in the First Round of the State Tournament.

In addition to her soccer endeavors, May ran on the track team during each of her four high school years, competing primarily in the 200 Meters, 400 Meters, and relay events. Her efforts on the track won multiple championships at the league and district levels.

May intends to major in Biology with the hopes of one day working in the Optometry field.

Source: Corban Athletics




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