May skated with the Swamp Rabbits last year in the final eight games of the regular season, notching six points (1g-5a) in his first pro action.
The 24-year-old made his pro debut in Greenville on March 23 against the Jacksonville Icemen and made some club history. His first pro goal in the third period held up as the game-winning goal, becoming the first player in team history to score a game-winning goal in his pro debut. The following night he collected three assists and helped Greenville to a weekend sweep of the Icemen.
The Mahtomedi, Minnesota native came to Greenville from American International College where he played four seasons. In 143 games, May tallied 60 points (22g-38a) and had his most productive offensive season as a freshman when he notched 30 points (7g-23a), was third on the roster in scoring, and posted the second most assists in school history.
Before enrolling at AIC, May played parts of two seasons in the North American Hockey League with the Minnesota Wilderness, Janesville Jets and Bismarck Bobcats. In 78 games from 2012-14, he collected 36 points (12g-24a).