Stacy May-Johnson

Position: 3B | Number: 5
Bats: Right | Throws: Right
Daye of Birth: 05/15/1984 | Height: 5-5

Resides: Reno, Nev.

Pro Experience:
7th Season: CHI (2006-2010, 2011, 2017-present)

College Experience:
Iowa

TRANSACTION HISTORY:
  • Initially drafted by the Chicago Bandits in the second round of the 2006 NPF Draft.
  • Re-signed with the Bandits ahead of the 2007 season after capturing the league's Rookie of the Year award.
  • Renewed her contract with the Bandits prior to each of the subsequent seasons through the 2010 campaign.
  • Retired from her playing days following the 2010 season with the Bandits and had her No. 5 jersey retired by the team.
  • Came out of retirement for the first time on Aug. 1, 2011, joining the Bandits for the postseason push.
  • Released by the Bandits on Jan. 23, 2012.
  • Came out of retirement for a second time on Feb. 24, 2017, joining the Bandits as a free agent infielder.
PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Named the 2006 NPF Rookie of the Year.
  • Three-time All-NPF infielder while with the Bandits.
  • Selected as the league's Player of the Year twice, with the first honor coming in 2008.
  • Won her first Cowles Cup championship in 2008, also marking the first title in Bandits franchise history.
  • Captured a second ring and was an instrumental veteran presence in the locker room after joining the Bandits for the conclusion of the 2011 season.
  • Cemented herself among the NPF's all-time greats at the time of her initial retirement, ranking among the top five in career doubles and home runs.
PERSONAL:
  • Most recently served as an assistant coach at Purdue before re-joining the Bandits.
  • Helped guide the United States National Team to consecutive gold medal finishes at the World Cup of Softball as well as a silver medal placing at the 2012 World Championships.
  • Also coached at Louisville and her alma mater, Iowa, between 2008-14.

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