Drew May Named Boys' Head Coach at Worthington Kilbourne

Worthington Kilbourne High School is proud to announce Drew May as its new boys' lacrosse head coach. May played goalie at De Smet Jesuit High School in St. Louis and for the Ohio State Buckeyes from 2003-2006. He served as the Wolves goalies and assistant varsity coach the past two seasons and was instrumental in leading Kilbourne to a state runner-up trophy in 2008 and Kilbourne's first-ever OHSLA state championship in 2009.

During his two year tenure as the goalie coach, the Wolves' goalies combined for a team save percentage of .607 and Kilbourne's stingy defense gave up only 6.5 goals per game during that time. The Wolves tallied 40 wins versus only 6 losses during May's two years as a varsity assistant. Nationally, in 2009, Kilbourne finished 21st in the final LaxPower Coaches-Computer Rating and 22nd in the US Lacrosse final ranking.

Retiring co-head coaches, Mike Riffee and Jon Ewert, are very pleased with Coach May's selection as the Wolves new head coach. They believe that, "Drew brings unbridled enthusiasm, great knowledge of the game and an incredible work ethic to the head coaching position. He is respected by the players and will continue the tradition of excellence that Kilbourne exhibits on and off the lacrosse field."


Goalies holding OHSLA state championship trophy.
L-R: Adam Gunter, Drew May, Cole Horwatt, Alex Watson, Luke Bott

Coach May is excited to take over the reigns of the Kilbourne lacrosse program. He shared, "This is just an incredible opportunity. I can't thank the parents, coaches and kids enough for having the confidence in me to do this. Being able to coach the young men of this program for the last two years has been a great experience and I look forward to taking this program to the next level."

2009-08-20



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