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Former BYU basketball manager Andrew May has been hired to return to the program as its director of basketball operations.

BYU coach Dave Rose announced Friday that May, who has been an assistant coach at Salt Lake Community College the past four years, will replace Cody Fueger at BYU. Fueger is expected to join former BYU assistant Mark Pope at Utah Valley University.

May was a student manager at BYU from 2006-11, including head manager from 2007-11.

"Andrew is a perfect fit for this job," BYU coach Dave Rose said in a school news release. "He gained tremendous experience at SLCC working for a very successful program and with a great coaching staff."

May played basketball at Lone Peak High and still holds the school's single-season and single-game assist records. He earned a bachelor's degree in exercise science from BYU in 2010 and a master's degree in 2011.

His father, Mike May, played for BYU.

"I'm really excited for the opportunity to be back with Coach Rose and the staff at BYU," Andrew May said. "They've had great success since I've been gone and I only see the program having more success in the future. I can't wait to start working with the players and to be back at BYU."