2012 (Senior): Finished his senior campaign batting .303 and registered a team-best 63 hits; also led the team in stolen bases (14, 8th - SSC) and at-bats (208, 1st - SSC)...appeared in 49 games at shortstop and hit leadoff in all games...tallied 16 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games...tied career-high five hits against Saint Leo (4/29)...scored a career-best three runs and hit his second career home run against C.W. Post (3/16) in a 17-3 victory...second on the team in runs scored (34) and tied for third in doubles (10)...his 34 runs ranked 15th in the Sunshine State Conference while his 63 hits was fifth best amongst all SSC players...led the SSC in assists with 149...garnered Capital One Academic All-District First Team and Capital One Academic All-America Second Team honors...named to the 2012 Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2011 (Junior): The Tars starting shortstop in 52 contests after transferring from Division I Mercer...led the Sunshine State Conference in assists (169) and ranked fourth in stolen bases (19, also team best) and seventh in sacrifice flies (4); also ranked 13th in doubles with 14...SSC Offensive Player of the Week during the week ending April 24...named to Rollins College Baseball Week All-Tournament Team...second on team with .321 batting average...scored 34 runs and tallied 62 hits, while driving in 32 during his junior campaign...tied career-high six at-bats twice, Stonehill (3/15) and Barry (4/22)...recorded a career-high five hits and scored three runs against Stonehill (3/15)...tallied a pair of doubles and four RBI in the Tars' route of the No. 8 Barry Buccaneers (4/22)...registered a season-high two stolen bases against Barry (4/21) and Fla. Memorial (4/30)...held longest hit-streak of nine games from April 21 (Barry) - May 7 (Saint Leo)...recorded 17 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games...Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll and SSC Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll.
Prior to Rollins (Mercer)
2010 (Sophomore): Hit .300 in 20 at-bats...played in 13 games, while earning a spot in the lineup on three occasions...posted a .600 slugging percentage...recorded six RBIs, six runs, and six hits, to go along with three doubles, and a home run...successfully stole two bags in all attempts...made one error in 28 chances for a .964 fielding percentage.
2009 (Freshman): Appeared in 20 games making five starts as a utility player.
High School: Infielder for Winter Park High School...member of the 2006 District Champion team...helped lead his team to the semi-regionals during his junior campaign...in his final season with the Wildcats earned All-Metro First Team as a shortstop...received the Coaches Achievement Award as a junior and was named MVP as a senior.
Personal: Born Nicholas Wayne Adams, March 24, 1989 in Winter Park, Fla...parents are Teresa and Tom Adams.