Adamski will begin his first season with the Spartans this season. After graduating from Wake Forest University in 2008, Adamski has already established an impressive coaching resume in a short period of time.
Upon graduation from Wake Forest, Adamski served as the tennis professional at Tennisport Inc. in Long Island, N.Y. While at Tennisport, Adamski provided individual and group training to juniors and adults. Adamski acquired, managed and retained 15 private clients within his first two months of employment in New York.
Prior to his senior year at Wake Forest, Adamski served as a private tennis instructor to eight junior tennis players throughout North Carolina. Adamski arranged the athletes travel and accompanied them to tournaments throughout the nation. He supervised and mentored the players before, during and after the competition to help improve their game.
Adamski also served as a tennis instructor at the Wake Forest Tennis Camp during 2006. As an instructor, Adamski provided individual training for high school athletes, fine-tuning their game in preparation for tennis at the collegiate level. He assisted in weekly structured practices while helping to improve the technical skills of each player.
As a student-athlete, Adamski earned a handful of accolades during his tenure at Wake Forest. In 2007, Adamski was named an NCAA All-American in doubles after advancing to the NCAA men's tennis semifinals. His most significant accomplishment came in 2007 when he, along with partner Todd Paul, upset the top-ranked doubles team in the nation. In the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals, Adamski and Paul upset undefeated John Isner and Luis Flores of Georgia, 7-5, 7-5, on their home court to advance to the final four.
Adamski finished his career with 147 combined singles and doubles victories with 74 in doubles and 73 in singles action. Off the court, Adamski served as the Student Athletic Academic Committee (SAAC) Representative. He was selected by his peers and coaches to represent the student-athlete body before university administration. While serving as the SAAC representative, Adamski played a vital role in helping organize events for student-athletes to become more involved in extra-curricular activities around campus.
A native of Poznan, Poland, Adamski graduated from Wake Forest University in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in business.