Siana May Photo Gallery
University of Washington
Appeared in three games, taking one shot... Saw her first action in the Husky Nike Invitational against Columbia... Took the first shot of her career at home against Utah State... Also appeared in UW's win at home against Montana.
Appeared in six games for the Huskies... Made her debut in the third game of the season against Colgate in the Husky Nike Invitational.... Also saw time against Northern Arizona, Purdue, Illinois, Utah and UCLA.
Torrey Pines High School
Three-year letterwinner and team captain her senior season... Team won the Palomar League championship and the CIF Division I championship all three years... Team never lost in her career, winning 54 consecutive games from the first game of her sophomore season through her senior campaign... Torrey Pines was ranked No. 1 nationally her senior year and No. 2 her junior season... Named San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic first team her junior and senior seasons... Also lettered in tennis three years... Kept up Torrey Pines' winning tradition in tennis as well as her team won the Palomar League and the CIF Division I championship all three seasons, keeping an 18-year unbeaten streak alive... A CIF Division I First Team honoree her junior and senior seasons.
Parents are Lori and Gregory May... Has a brother, Trevor (20) and a sister, Julia (14)... Comes from an athletic family; brother plays soccer at the University of San Diego, father played baseball for Texas Tech and mother rowed for UCLA... Played club ball for the Rancho Santa Fe Attack for nine years... Team won the Catalunya Cup in Barcelona in 2005 with May earning MVP honors... Member of the National Honor Society... Competed in the World Scholar Athlete Games in 2006.
Coach Gallimore on May
"Siana is a tough defender, tough tackler, very feisty and she's going to get in there and compete and make other players around her better."
SIANA MAY'S CAREER STATISTICS
GETTING TO KNOW SIANA MAY
|Siana May In Her Own Words|
I was born and raised in San Diego, California and am a complete beach bum (definitely still getting used to the lakes of Washington). I come from a big family and they mean the world to me. Everyone in my family is extremely active. My mom rowed for UCLA and my dad played baseball at Texas Tech University. My older brother plays soccer for the University of San Diego and my younger sister is working to become the next Anna Kournikova. Also there is our lab/pitbull dog, George, and you could say he is active in his own way. Besides soccer I love to snowboard, play tennis and beach volleyball, swim, travel, cook, and just hang out with friends and family.
|Favorite song||"Turn Your Lights Down Low" - Bob Marley & Lauryn Hill|
|Guilty pleasure||Brownies and coffee ice cream|
|Strangest thing a coach ever said to you||"Make your boyfriends work for it"|
|Favorite dance move||The Sprinkler|
|Most embarrassing soccer moment||Getting a red card for "swatting" the ball out of the goal|
|Favorite part of being a Husky||Actually being proud to wear purple|
|Favorite restaurant in Seattle||Wild Ginger|
|Favorite place to hang out in Seattle||Downtown|
|Favorite place on UW campus||Suzzallo Library|
|Current cell phone ring tone||Badfish by Sublime|
|If you could guest star on a TV show, what would it be?||American Idol. Wish I could sing!|
|Biggest celebrity crush||Mark Wahlberg|
|Store where you would like to spend a $10,000 gift card||Lucky Brand|
|If you could have dinner with one person, who would it be||Mother Theresa|
|Why did you choose your number||The beach I grew up on was 26th Street|
|Random fact people wouldn't know about Siana May||I almost played collegiate tennis instead of soccer|
|If you could trade places with a teammate for a day, who would it be and why||Kari Davidson so I could be tall for a day and have cat-like reflexes |
|Best thing about playing for Coach Gallimore||Her brutal honesty|