Hopkins to face Fourth-Ranked Babson Tonight in Sweet 16
Nelson Named Coach of the Year; Bugarinovic Named Scholar-Athlete
21st Class of Inductees to be Honored on April 25
2001-02: ECAC Men's Basketball Southern Second Team selection earned First Team Centennial Conference honors led Blue Jays with 120 field goals, a 59.4 shooting percentage, 115 free throws made, 112 defensive rebounds, 161 total rebounds, and 14.8 points per game led JHU in scoring 12 times and in rebounds 10 times set school records by attempting 23 free throws against Greensboro College and taking 164 during the season finished second in the Centennial in field goal percentage, seventh in defensive rebounds, ninth in scoring average, 12th in free throw percentage, and 15th in offensive rebounds per game named to Blue Jay Invitational and Trinity Tournament All-Tournament Teams scored a season-high 24 points and added a career-high 19 rebounds on Nov. 25 in 92-86 win over Roanoke went 10-of-12 from the field for 22 points and added 10 rebounds vs. Case Western Reserve on Nov. 17 hit nine of 11 shots from the field and went 4-of-5 from the foul line for 22 points on Jan. 16 at Dickinson recorded a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds in 68-61 win over F&M on Jan. 23 only JHU player to start all 24 games third on the team with 27 assists.
2000-01: Was a Second Team All-UAA and All-Centennial Conference selection named to Blue Jay Classic All-Tournament Team ranked seventh in the Centennial in scoring, third in rebounding, and fourth in field goal percentage led team in scoring and in both offensive and defensive rebounds led team in scoring in 16 games recorded a team-high seven double-doubles scored tie-breaking basket with 15 seconds left and iced the game with two foul shots in 58-54 season-opening win vs. Randolph-Macon scored 23 points on 11-of-13 shooting in win vs. Franklin & Marshall on Feb. 17 had 21 points on 11-of-13 shooting at Western Maryland on Jan. 20.
1999-00: Key reserve who played in 26 games, averaging 12.7 minutes posted a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Carnegie Mellon on Dec. 5 registered a then-career high 15 points against Western Maryland on Jan. 22 tallied 10 or more points in eight games shot 61-of-85 (71.8%) overall from the foul line and 35-of-47 (74.5%) in Centennial games scored 7.4 points per game and hauled in 4.2 rebounds, ranking fifth and fourth on the team, respectively.
Nelson on Adams: "Steve has been a real leader for us, a real winner. On top of being a great player, he never complains about injuries and is a gamer."
Personal: Steven S. Adams born March 18, 1980 son of Thomas and Deborah Adams named Most Valuable Player of Pennsylvania vs. U.S. All-Star Game led Butler to section title enjoys fishing political science major plans on attending law school.