33 Adam Lyons
33 Adam Lyons
Height: 5-10
Weight: 165
Year: Jr.
Hometown: North Olmsted
High School: Ohio Connections Academy
Position: D

ACADEMIC MAJOR:  Philosophy

BW ATHLETICS INFORMATION:   Adam Lyons played three years of men's soccer at Baldwin Wallace University and earned one varsity letter. He was an Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference selection as a senior in 2013-2014.

ACADEMIC HONORS:  As a senior in 2013-2014, Adam earned Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference honors. He carries a 3.85 grade point average, is a Dean's List student and a Jacket Scholar.

GENERAL SOCCER INFORMATION:    Adam Lyons played three seasons of soccer and earned one varsity letter. He helped BW compile a 30-23-7 overall record and earn one NCAA Division III national playoff appearance.

As a freshman in 2011-2012, Adam competed in his first season of soccer and earned a certificate of participation.  He was a reserve defender. Adam helped BW compile a school-record 16 victories, a 16-6 overall record and earn a spot in the 2011 NCAA Division III National Tournament.

As a sophomore in 2012-2013, Adam competed in his second season of soccer and earned his second certificate. He was a defender and did not appear in any varsity games.  BW finished 7-6-4 overall.

As a senior in 2013-2014, Adam played his third season of soccer and earned his first varsity letter.  He saw action in one varsity game. For his efforts both on the field and in the classroom, Adam earned Academic All-OAC honors. BW finished 7-11-3 overall.

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HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION:  Adam Lyons grew up in North Olmsted, Ohio and graduated from Ohio Connections Academy.  He played four years of soccer and basketball and earned four varsity letters in soccer and three in basketball.

In soccer, as a senior, Adam was named the team's Defensive Player of the Year and was named the 2010-2011 All-NACA All-Tournament team.

Academically, Adam was on the Honor Roll all four years, a member of the National Honor Society, Valedvictorian of the senior class and a member of the Phi Theta Kappa.

This page was last updated by the SID on November 5, 2013