- 2010 All-Big 12 first team
- 2010 Big 12 All-Tournament team
- 2010 Louisville Slugger/NFCA Div. I Central All-Region first team
- 2010 Louisville Slugger/NFCA Div. I All-America second team
- 2010 NCAA Baton Rouge All-Tournament team
- 2010 USA Softball Futures team
- Two-time Big 12 Player of the Week (2/16/10, 3/23/10)
- 2011 All-College Station Regional team
- 2011 Academic All-Big 12 second team
- 2011 USA Softball National Team Pan Am Games gold medalist
- 2012 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week Watch List
- 2012 All-Big 12 second team
- 2012 NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-Central Region second team
- 2012 USA Women's National Team selection camp
- 2012 All-College Station Regional Team
2012 (JUNIOR): Started in all 59 games, 57 at catcher...Recorded 37 RBIs and 14 home runs...Recorded nine multiple hit games and seven multiple RBI games...Recorded a slugging percentage of .580, second highest on the team...Logged 44 hits and 56 walks...Recorded an on base percentage of .493, the highest of the team...Logged 13 putouts versus Oklahoma State (March 30)...Recorded two home runs and five RBIs against Bethune-Cookman (May 18).
2011 (SOPHOMORE): Started and played in 48 games as a catcher and designated player ... Suffered a March 23 finger injury that kept her off of the field until April 22 when she plated two runs on a double in the Aggies' 3-0 shutout at Oklahoma ... Was a season-best 2-for-2 against UT Arlington (Feb. 18) and again vs. Mississippi Valley State (March 12) and at South Florida (March 18) ... Also scored two runs and had five RBI against MVSU ... Went 3-for-4 with five RBI against Buffalo after hitting a grand slam (March 18) ... Had a season-high 10 RBI on the day in the March 18 doubleheader vs. Buffalo and USF ... Led the team with a .748 slugging percentage and was second with 14 home runs and 37 walks ... Hit a walk-off single vs. Memphis in the ninth inning (March 6) ... Scored the winning against Texas Tech (May 14) ... Was named to the 2011 All-College Station Regional team and the 2011 Academic All-Big 12 second team ... Played for the USA Women's National team at the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, helping USA Softball to its eighth gold medal.
2010 (FRESHMAN): Named to the All-Big 12 first team, the Big 12 All-Tournament team, the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Div. I Central All-Region first team, the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Div. I All-America second team, and the NCAA Baton Rouge All-Region team ... Tabbed Big 12 Player of the Week twice (Feb. 16 and March 23) ... Saw action as a starter in all 60 games ... Set the Aggie and Big 12 records for homeruns in a season with 24 ... Led the offense with 45 runs on 66 hits ... Collected a team-leading 62 RBI and 16 doubles ... Crossed the plate a career-high three times vs. North Dakota State after going 3-3 with two doubles and a home run (March 14) ... Slugged a career-high two home runs against University of Illinois at Chicago (March 20) and again vs. Missouri (April 25) ... Tallied a career-high three hits against Cal State Northridge (Feb. 14) and again vs. North Dakota State (May 14) ... Earned four RBI six times ... Earned a spot on the 2010 USA Softball Futures team but ended the season early after a June car accident.
PREVIOUS ATHLETIC BACKGROUND:
A four-year letterwinner at Klein Oak High School in Spring, Texas ... Gatorade
Player of the Year finalist ... TSWA All-State selection as a junior ... Played
travel ball for the Impact Gold who had a ninth-place national finish in 2008
and was the Colorado Fireworks Champions in 2007 and finished third 2009 ...
Also played for the Texas Rage ... Played volleyball and was the district
champion in discus as a sophomore.
PERSONAL: Meagan Mckenzie May was born March 28, 1991 in Houston, Texas ... Daughter of Jack and Connie May of Spring, Texas ... Has an older sister, Kelli (31), an older brother, Matthew (29), and a step sister, Haley Custer (10) ... Mother, Connie ('91), threw javelin at Texas A&M ... Uncle, Mike Rayburn '87, cousin Mike Rayburn Jr. '12 and cousin Steven May '13 are also Aggies ... Cousin Kaydee Rayburn '14 is also a member of the Aggie softball team ... Chose Texas A&M because she has "always been an Aggie. I've always loved the traditions here which are a large part of what defines this school. This is one of those places where all you have to do is take one step onto campus and you will know right away. It just felt like home." ... Marketing major who plans to work in sales after graduation ... Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).