Sherriden May
Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
          Release: 05/02/2007
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Sherriden May was a scoring machine for the Vandals from 1991-94, scoring a school-record 366 career points. That total is the seventh-best in NCAA D-IAA history. May was a three-time First Team All-Big Sky honoree and five-time Big Sky Player of the Week as well as the 1994 Idaho team MVP. May’s 1,370 rushing yards in 1994 was ninth-best in the nation and the second-best total in Idaho school history. He holds the top two single-season rushing touchdown marks, as he scored 21 in 1992 and 20 in 1993. May’s 1,894 all-purpose yards in 1993 is a school record, while his 1,634 in 1994 ranks third at Idaho. He holds three of the top five single season marks for average all-purpose yards, including the school record of 172.2 in 1993. May’s 50 career rushing touchdowns, 689 career attempts and 3,748 career rushing yards all rank second at Idaho, while his career average of 113.6 rushing yards per game is by far the best at Idaho. The 1994 First Team All-American finished his career with 5,320 total yards for an amazing career average of 7.2 yards per play and an average of 8.32 points scored per game, all top marks in Idaho history.