2013 (Junior): Received a medical hardship for the 2013 season.
2012 (Sophomore): The right-hander made 15 appearances out of the pen for the Tars and culminated his sophomore campaign with a 4.76 ERA and a 1-1 mark in 22.2 innings of action...earned one start this season against Bentley (4/24) and tossed a season-high 6.2 innings, striking out a season-high three...picked up his only win of the season in the opening series against West Alabama (2/4) in 1.1 innings of work...notched the save against Bentley (2/19) in 1.0 inning of action, allowing one hit...closed out the third most games on staff with six.
2011 (Freshman): The Panama City native ended his first season with the Tars with a 6.08 ERA in 26 2/3 innings pitched...recorded 24 strikeouts while giving up 13 walks...compiled a 3-1 record with two saves which ranks tied for ninth in the Sunshine State Conference...closed for Rollins on nine occasions (T10 in SSC in games finished)...earned a start against Penn (3/8) and the win in five innings of work, fanning five...best performance of the season came against Flagler (3/23) tossing 7 1/3 innings, striking out six, walked three and did not give up a run...picked up first save against Florida Tech (4/6) in 1 1/3 innings on the hill and the second against St. Thomas (4/27) in 2 /3 of an inning.
High School: Played almost all positions at J.R. Arnold High School...named Defensive Player of the Year his senior year...named to the North West Florida All-Star game...also lettered in soccer...hit a career-best .379 as a senior, while sharing double-duties as a pitcher with an 8-4 record in 49 innings of work...played for Team Florida USA and Wilegrass Colts...named 2010 Wilegrass Colts MVP and 2010 AAU National Tournament All-Tournament Team.
Personal: Born Adam Daniel Ogburn, May 25, 1992 in Panama City Beach, Fla. to Diane and Richard Ogburn...two brothers Josh and Matt...two sisters Ashley and Katie...brother Josh played football at Kentucky Wesleyan and father Richard played baseball at Gulf Coast Community College...majoring in environmental studies.