Adam was born and raised in Whitesboro, NY. He has been playing organized and competitive soccer since the age of 5. As a three year varsity starter and captain at Whitesboro High School, he was twice named to the TVL All-Star Team. He then went on to play two years at Herkimer County Community College earning two Region III Championships and the National Title in 2005. Adam finished out his collegiate career at Utica College. His experience includes playing in the National Premier League (NPL) for Mohawk Valley United SC. He continues to play in various indoor and outdoor leagues throughout the year. Adam received his first introduction to coaching as a sophomore in high school when he was asked to be a coach/ counselor at the local soccer camp. From then on out he knew someday he wanted to be a Head Coach. He has held coaching positions at Whitesboro High School as the Head Boys JV coach, and the Boys JV head coaching position at New Hartford High School. He holds an A.S degree in Liberal Arts & Sciences: Adolescence Education from Mohawk Valley Community College, a B.S. degree from Utica College in History, as well as being USSF E certified and NYS certified in coaching.
On his coaching philosophy Adam states “It is my desire to help my athletes incorporate and apply the skills learned on and off the field to everyday situations in order to bring positive results and attitude for success in both the soccer program and their lives”.
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Assistant Coach - AJ Ramirez
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AJ grew in up Glens Falls, NY, where he began playing soccer at a young age. Since elementary school, soccer played a very influential role in his life. While attending Glens Falls High School he was named First Team by the Post Star and Times Union. After graduating high school AJ continued his soccer career at SUNY Adirondack, where he was awarded Offensive player of the year in 2007 and MVP in 2008. During the 2007-2008 academic school year he was presented with the SUNY Adirondack Athlete of the Year Award. After earning his associates degree from SUNY Adirondack AJ tranfsferred to SUNY Potsdam where he played two additional seasons of soccer. While at SUNY Potsdam AJ was given the 2011 MVP award and was a member of the SUNYAC All Academic Team. Since his final year at SUNY Potsdam AJ continues to play soccer with his teammates from high school, SUNY Adirondack, and Potsdam through various indoor and outdoor leagues. It is his goal to share his knowledge and passion for the sport of soccer with the players at SUNY Adirondack.