|Previous College:||Penn State '09|
Major League Lacrosse player Drew Adams brings a wealth of knowledge to the Haverford College men’s lacrosse goalies. Adams is an active player in Major League Lacrosse (MLL) for the New York Lizards and also a part of the 23 man roster for the United States Senior Men’s Lacrosse team.
Playing professionally in MLL, Adams is a five-time all-star and three-time goalie of the year. He anchored a defense that captured the 2015 MLL championship. Playing on the international stage, Adams helped guide the United States to the silver medal at the 2014 Federation of Internal Lacrosse (FIL) championships. Additionally, he is a current member of the New York Athletic Club.
Prior to joining the professional ranks, Adams was a three-time All-American goalie at Penn State where he was also honored as a three-time ECAC Goalie of the Year and four-time first-team All-ECAC selection. Captaining the Nittany Lions during his senior season, the 2009 Penn State graduate still holds the school record for most saves in a career with 694.
Adams is also the founder of Net Nation Lacrosse LLC which offers position specific training camps and clinics throughout the country and has drawn over 1,000 participants on an annual basis since its inception in 2010.
Outside of lacrosse, Adams works as the Marketing Manager at the Performance Sports Group.