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Steve Adams
Steve  Adams

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Butler, PA

High School:
Butler

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 244

Position:
Forward

03/13/2015

Johns Hopkins Men's Basketball Sweet 16 Notes

Hopkins to face Fourth-Ranked Babson Tonight in Sweet 16

03/03/2015

Johns Hopkins Places Three on All-Centennial Conference Teams

Nelson Named Coach of the Year; Bugarinovic Named Scholar-Athlete

03/03/2015

Johns Hopkins to Induct 11 Into Athletic Hall of Fame

21st Class of Inductees to be Honored on April 25

At Hopkins: Co-captain • will start in the JHU frontcourt • physical post player • loves contact and is adept at drawing fouls • enters season 17th on the JHU career points list with 947 and is 10th with a 12.8 points per game average • also ranks second with 261 free throws made, third with 382 free throws attempted, and fourth with a 57.6 shooting percentage • needs just 53 points and 34 rebounds to become the sixth player in Hopkins history with 1,000 points and 500 rebounds.

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.

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