Assistant Varsity Coach: #15 Adam Lotus
Adam Lotus, Varsity Pitching Coach, enters his 14th season at St. Laurence. Adam graduated from St. Laurence in 2001 and went on to play 4 years at Dominican University. His pitching staff was one of the best in the state last year, producing eye-popping numbers while playing one of the toughest schedules in the state. Lotus is also the St. Laurence Director of Alumni and an Assistant Recruiter.Lotus has produced 62 collegiate pitchers including eighteen at the Division I level.
While at St. Laurence, Lotus was a member of the baseball team and played in the infield, outfield, and pitched for the Vikings. Lotus was also a member of St. Laurence’s basketball team.
Lotus continued his baseball career at Dominican University where he was named the team’s most valuable player in each of the 2003, 2004, and 2005 seasons. In addition, Lotus was an all-conference performer in each of these 3 seasons and was named to the All American Central-Region team in 2005. He still ranks as Dominican’s all time leader in at bats, hits, runs, triples, steals, and walks.
In addition to coaching baseball, he is currently the Director of Alumni and Assistant Recruiter.
Why did you choose St. Laurence as an eighth grade student?
I chose to attend St. Laurence because I wanted to carry on a family tradition. I grew up around St. Laurence watching my three older brothers participate in baseball, football, and basketball. I saw the education and the athletic background that my brothers received and I knew St. Laurence was the best place for me.
Why did you choose to come back to coach at St. Laurence?
I chose to come back to St. Laurence because I want to use my knowledge and experiences to further strengthen the baseball program. I want to see St. Laurence succeed and carry on a winning tradition.