Los Angeles, California
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Misty May graduated from the California State University at Long Beach, where she won a NCAA women`s volleyball championship. She received the Honda-Broderick Cup as the Female Athlete of the Year in 1998. She was on the AVCA All-American first team for three years. May was also the AVCA National Player of the Year in 1997 and 1998 for indoor volleyball.
In the 2000 Summer Olympics, May teamed with Holly McPeak, a highly ranked U.S. beach volleyball player, and they finished in fifth place.
After that season, she teamed up with Kerri Walsh. In 2003, they were named the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) Team of the Year after having an undefeated season at 39-0, winning eight tournaments.
The team of Misty May and Kerri Walsh won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics by defeating the Brazilian team in the finals. In the semi-final, May and Walsh beat Holly McPeak and her partner Elaine Youngs, who went on to win the bronze medal. May and Walsh did not lose a single game in their seven matches at the 2004 Olympics.
During the offseason, May-Treanor is an assistant coach in women`s volleyball at the Irvine Valley College.
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California State University at Long Beach
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Misty Erie May
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Newport Harbor High School, Newport Beach, California
Brack May, Scott May
Taylor Dent (cousin) (tennis player)
Bob 'Butch' May
Misty Elizabeth May-Treanor (born July 30, 1977) is a retired American professional beach volleyball player. She is a three-time Olympic gold medalist, and as of August 2012 the most successful female beach volleyball player with 112 individual championship wins in domestic and international competition.
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