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Jim May

Goalie and Blizzard Administrator

Buffalo Stallions

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Background Information

Employment History

Coach

Blizzard


Tireless Ambassador

Soccer


Affiliations

Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame Member


Web References(9 Total References)


Jim May

www.buffalosportshallfame.com [cached]

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Jim May Jim May Stallions' Goalie and Blizzard Administrator The game of soccer hardly registered a blip on the Western New York Richter scale of sports ..until Jim May elevated its stature, first as a player and then as a promoter. A junior college soccer All American in 1972, May would move on to SUNY Brockport where he would play for the 4th ranked Division I team in the nation and earn Division I Collegiate All American status as a goalkeeper. He was drafted 1st overall by the Rochester Lancers of the North American Soccer League and competed against the legendary Pele in the NASL. May was a fixture in goal in the NASL and was named an All Star goalkeeper. In 1979, May was the first player signed by the newly formed Buffalo Stallions. The Buffalo area soon became goal-oriented toward the game of soccer and Jim May, an All Star selection in 1981, was its leader. While the Stallions would eventually fold, Jim May was instrumental in returning the game to Western New York with the Buffalo Blizzard, serving as Vice President and General Manager from 1992 to 1999, often wearing a third hat as interim coach during his tenure with the Blizzard. Jim May was elected to the Junior College Hall of Fame, the SUNY Brockport Sports Hall of Fame, and was voted 2nd team, All-Time Rochester Lancers. He owns and operates SportsPlex, an indoor soccer and tennis facility in North Tonawanda.


Jim May

buffalosportshallfame.com [cached]

You are here: Home / Hall of Fame Members / Class of 2007 / Jim May
Jim May Jim May Stallions' Goalie and Blizzard Administrator The game of soccer hardly registered a blip on the Western New York Richter scale of sports ..until Jim May elevated its stature, first as a player and then as a promoter. A junior college soccer All American in 1972, May would move on to SUNY Brockport where he would play for the 4th ranked Division I team in the nation and earn Division I Collegiate All American status as a goalkeeper. He was drafted 1st overall by the Rochester Lancers of the North American Soccer League and competed against the legendary Pele in the NASL. May was a fixture in goal in the NASL and was named an All Star goalkeeper. In 1979, May was the first player signed by the newly formed Buffalo Stallions. The Buffalo area soon became goal-oriented toward the game of soccer and Jim May, an All Star selection in 1981, was its leader. While the Stallions would eventually fold, Jim May was instrumental in returning the game to Western New York with the Buffalo Blizzard, serving as Vice President and General Manager from 1992 to 1999, often wearing a third hat as interim coach during his tenure with the Blizzard. Jim May was elected to the Junior College Hall of Fame, the SUNY Brockport Sports Hall of Fame, and was voted 2nd team, All-Time Rochester Lancers. He owns and operates SportsPlex, an indoor soccer and tennis facility in North Tonawanda.


www.lockportjournal.com

Jim May, the former goalie for the Buffalo Stallions, lives across the street.


The Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame

www.buffalosportshallfame.com [cached]

JIM MAY The game of soccer hardly registered a blip on the Western New York Richter scale of sports ..until Jim May elevated its stature, first as a player and then as a promoter.A junior college soccer All American in 1972, May would move on to SUNY Brockport where he would play for the 4th ranked Division I team in the nation and earn Division I Collegiate All American status as a goalkeeper.He was drafted 1st overall by the Rochester Lancers of the North American Soccer League and competed against the legendary Pele in the NASL.May was a fixture in goal in the NASL and was named an All Star goalkeeper. In 1979, May was the first player signed by the newly formed Buffalo Stallions.The Buffalo area soon became goal-oriented toward the game of soccer and Jim May, an All Star selection in 1981, was its leader.While the Stallions would eventually fold, Jim May was instrumental in returning the game to Western New York with the Buffalo Blizzard, serving as Vice President and General Manager from 1992 to 1999, often wearing a third hat as interim coach during his tenure with the Blizzard. Jim May was elected to the Junior College Hall of Fame, the SUNY Brockport Sports Hall of Fame, and was voted 2nd team, All-Time Rochester Lancers.He owns and operates SportsPlex, an indoor soccer and tennis facility in North Tonawanda.


Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame

www.buffalosportshallfame.com [cached]

JIM MAY
Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame The Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame Jim May Stallions' Goalie and Blizzard Administrator Jim May The game of soccer hardly registered a blip on the Western New York Richter scale of sports ..until Jim May elevated its stature, first as a player and then as a promoter. A junior college soccer All American in 1972, May would move on to SUNY Brockport where he would play for the 4th ranked Division I team in the nation and earn Division I Collegiate All American status as a goalkeeper. He was drafted 1st overall by the Rochester Lancers of the North American Soccer League and competed against the legendary Pele in the NASL. May was a fixture in goal in the NASL and was named an All Star goalkeeper. In 1979, May was the first player signed by the newly formed Buffalo Stallions. The Buffalo area soon became goal-oriented toward the game of soccer and Jim May, an All Star selection in 1981, was its leader. While the Stallions would eventually fold, Jim May was instrumental in returning the game to Western New York with the Buffalo Blizzard, serving as Vice President and General Manager from 1992 to 1999, often wearing a third hat as interim coach during his tenure with the Blizzard. Jim May was elected to the Junior College Hall of Fame, the SUNY Brockport Sports Hall of Fame, and was voted 2nd team, All-Time Rochester Lancers. He owns and operates SportsPlex, an indoor soccer and tennis facility in North Tonawanda.


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