Nolan finished career as Hoyas career leader in pass attempts, completions and total yards
May led NCAA Division I FCS in sacks in 2014
May becomes fifth Hoya All-ECAC selection since 2010
May earns All-America nod after leading the nation in sacks per game
Alec May breaks Georgetown single-season sacks record
Georgetown vs. Holy Cross
2009: A starter on the defensive line in all games ... Injured in the season finale against Fordham and missed spring practice ... Finished the season with 52 tackles ... Led the team with 9.5 tackles-for-loss and 5.5 quarterback sacks ... Tied for fourth in the Patriot League in tackles-for-loss and tied for fifth in quarterback sacks ... Had six games with at least five tackles ... Posted a career-high 10 tackles, including 4.5 tackles-for-loss and 2.0 sacks, in the second game of the season, against Lafayette ... Had nine tackles against Howard ... Recorded seven tackles, two for loss and one sack against Colgate.
2008: Saw action in eight games last season ... Played a considerable amount on the defensive front in the final five games of the year ... Finished the season with 15 tackles ... Had 10 solo stops ... Also had three tackles-for-loss and three sacks ... Finished with one forced fumble and one fumble recovery ... Had his first sack in the second game of the season, at Lafayette ... Had two tackles and a sack against Yale ... Had a season-high five tackles against Lehigh ... A Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
High School: Played two years of baseball and four years of basketball and football ... Captained his basketball and football teams in his senior year ... Named first-team all-city, all-district and all-state in his junior and senior seasons ... Recorded 17 sacks in one season and 31 career sacks ... Coached by Doug Pearson.
Personal: Son of Donald Schaetzke ... Born on Dec. 7, 1989 ... Has a younger sister, Emily ... Named All-City Academic for basketball and earned class honors for every semester ... Plans to major in business.