The Sun — A 6-foot-4 high school sophomore is hard for college volleyball coaches to miss.
Thus, Tori May isn’t the type of player who usually lands at Cal State San Bernardino. The Division I scouts swarmed early and the Redlands East Valley High School graduate landed at Colorado State, where she was a member of three consecutive Mountain West Conference championship teams.
Three years later, May is a wife, a mother… and a Coyote.
NCAA Division II rules — and the Cal State San Bernardino coaching staff — afforded May another chance at volleyball after she got married and had a child last year. In fact, the middle blocker has another year of eligibility remaining after this season despite taking a year off from school when she moved back to Southern California.
The article was published Dec. 5, 2013.
Read the complete article at “Tori May leads Cal State San Bernardino into NCAA volleyball playoffs.”
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