Over the past 20 years Adam has been involved with the game of lacrosse. His passion for the sport began as a player and was highlighted by earning a scholarship first to Trinity-Pawling School in New York, then to NCAA Division 1 scholarship to Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. Adam graduated as the programs All-time Leader in Goals Scored, All-time Leader in Points, the first 100 Goal Scorer, and was also named Male Athlete of the Year in 2008.
After completing a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, Adam returned to Toronto and remained active in the game as a player, coach and referee. Adam has recently completed a Graduate Program in Sports Business Management from Durham College and most recently working with TO2015 Pan Am/ Parapan Am Games,MLSE and for the Their Opportunity as Program Coordinator where he was responsible for enrolling low income families into sports and recreation programs.
Adam has extensive coaching experience developing elite student athletes and exposing them to NCAA recruiting opportunities and experiences. Adam served as Head Coach with Edge Lacrosse for four seasons and has since returned as the Edge Academy Director of Coaching and Development and the Head Coach for the 2020 age group. Has served as General Manager with the Dirty Lacrosse Club that attended the Hawaii International Lacrosse Tournament in 2011 and again in 2012,2013 as Head Coach.
Adam served as offensive coordinator for Team Ontario U19, the 2013 Nations Cup National Champion team. Adam served as Support Staff with Team Canada Sr men's team at there fall 2013 evaluation camp. In the summer of 2014 Adam Coached the Edge 2015 team to a NSCLA 2nd place finish as well as Team Ontario to a silver medal at the National Championships.
Adam has also worked many camps and clinics in the US and Canada, has worked in event management and planning positions with the Adrenaline All Canada Games and the Great Lakes Lax Games. Adam also serves in and advisor/consultant role to USBOXLA on officiating, rules of play, player safety and development. Adam most recently served as the director of Player Development for House league programing for Uxbridge Minor Lacrosse and Learn to Play Programing for King Township.