FAU rewards coach May with long-term extension
The story isn’t over for Dusty May and the Florida Atlantic males’s basketball team.The school verified Thursday it has reached a long-term deal with Might, who has actually led his group to a historical run to the Last Four at this year’s NCAA tournament.May, a fifth-year coach, is currently in
his second agreement with the school. This is his first head-coaching function after assistant-coaching stints at the University of Florida and Louisiana Tech, amongst others.Editor’s Picks May has established deep ties to the state of Florida. His earliest kid, Jack, is a walk-on for the Gators’men’s basketball team and his child Charlie bets Central Florida. His youngest kid is currently in high school.Earlier in the week, when asked if he meant to stay, May told ESPN that he was “really, extremely pleased here [at FAU]
“which he “love [s] our players. I like this location and I love what I do each and every single day here. “FAU will play in its very first Last 4 on Saturday night when it will deal with San Diego State. The Owls, who started playing Division I basketball in 1993, have one previous appearance in the NCAA competition, in 2002.