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Dusty May is an American college basketball coach. He is the head men’s basketball coach at Florida Atlantic University. He joined the staff at Louisiana Tech where he was an assistant under both Kerry Rupp and Mike White. May first got his coaching chops as a student assistant under Bob Knight at Indiana. His first full time position was as an assistant at Eastern Michigan. May went on to work under former Hoosiers head coach Mike Davis at Murray State and UAB. From 2015 to 2018, May followed White to take an assistant coaching job at Florida, where he served before being named the head coach at Florida Atlantic on March 22, 2018 replacing Michael Curry.

Birth Name

Dusty A. May

Nickname

Dusty May

Profession

Basketball Coach

Nationality

American

Personal Life

Birthday / Date of Birth

Dusty May was born on the 30th of December 1976, in Peoria, Illinois,, United States.

Age

He’s currently 47 years old.

Sun Sign

Capricorn

Ethnicity

White

Religion

Christianity

Education

In 1995, Dusty did graduating from Eastern Greene High School in Indiana.

Family Details

  • Father – Unknown
  • Mother – Unknown
  • Siblings – Unknown

Marital Status

Married

Girlfriend / Spouse

Dusty May has dated –

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  • Anna Nonte May – Dusty is married to his Long-time Girlfriend Anna Nonte May, she is an Operational Therapist From Bloomfield. They are together formed their high school, and they pursue their studies at Eastern Greene High in Bloomfield. In 2000, They are married after completing their graduation. Coach Dusty May and His Wife Anna have together three sons.

Physical Statistics

Height

  • In feet – 5 feet 7 inches
  • In centimeters – 170 cm
  • In meters – 1.70 m

Weight

  • In Kilograms – 78 kg
  • In Pounds – 172 lbs

Body Build

Slim

Eye Color

Blue

Hair Color

Light Brown

Shoe Size

He wears a size 9.5 (US) shoe.

Sexuality

Straight

Professional Statistics

Famous For

Dusty became known as the head men’s basketball coach at Florida Atlantic University. He is an American-born and raised personality, who initially had his duties as a student manager, and most recently, he is committed to his coaching responsibility for FAU (Florida Atlantic University). In his debut season, Coach May guided the Owls to their third-ever postseason appearance and a winning record. Xavian Stapleton snagged C-USA Co-Sixth Man of the Year, while Anthony Adger landed on the All-C-USA Third Team. As a team, the Owls smashed rebounding and free throw percentage records.

Dusty May Net worth

Dusty May has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars as of 2024.

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Dusty May

  • After graduating from Eastern Greene High School in Indiana, 1996 to 2000, May served as a student manager at Indiana under Bob Knight as an undergraduate from.
  • May had video and administrative roles with both USC and Indiana before landing his first assistant coaching job at Eastern Michigan, for the 2005–2006 season, where he was on staff.
  • From 2009 to 2015, As an assistant coach and associate head coach at Louisiana Tech, May spent six seasons.
  • During his last season with the Bulldogs, the team achieved a record of 27-9, including 15-3 in C-USA, winning the regular season championship by two games, and maintaining an unbeaten record of 17-0 on their home court.
  • After spending three years as an assistant coach at Florida, where he aided the Gators in compiling a 69-37 record with consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, May joined FAU.
  • In his debut season, Coach May guided the Owls to their third-ever postseason appearance and a winning record.
  • Xavian Stapleton snagged C-USA Co-Sixth Man of the Year, while Anthony Adger landed on the All-C-USA Third Team. As a team, the Owls smashed rebounding and free throw percentage records.
  • Coach May hit a milestone as the quickest FAU coach to notch 30 wins at the D-I level, stacking up 16 C-USA wins and 34 overall victories in two seasons.
  • May’s magic continued as the Owls soared to a 66-56 triumph over Old Dominion at the C-USA Tournament, marking FAU’s first bracket win since 2002 in a neutral-site conference tournament.
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