Adam Hill
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    Adam Hill

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Charlotte, NC

    High School:
    Charlotte Christian School

    Height / Weight:
    5-10 / 180

    Position:
    IF

    Bats/Throws:
    S/R

    05/19/2012

    Air Force Closes Out 2012 With Loss At New Mexico Saturday

    Falcons conclude 2012 with 11-5 loss at UNM.

    05/16/2012

    Air Force Ends Regular Season at New Mexico

    Falcons looking to get into MWC Championships with solid weekend.

    05/15/2012

    Air Force Rallies To 7-6 Road Win at Northern Colorado Tuesday

    Blair Roberts hits two-run homer help lead Falcons to win.

    05/13/2012

    Air Force Downed By #24 TCU, 6-1, On Senior Day

    Abrecht tosses 8.2 innings for Falcons. Kline homers.

    05/10/2012

    Air Force Hosts #24 TCU In Home Series Finale

    Falcons to honor six seniors on Sunday, May 13.

    10/29/2010

    AFA Baseball Blue/White Series - Game One - Oct. 17, 2010

    AFA Baseball Blue/White Series - Game One - Oct. 17, 2010

    04/27/2010

    Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - April 20, 2010

    Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - April 20, 2010

    Adam Hill Career Stats in PDF FormatGet Acrobat Reader

    Junior (2011): Sat out entire season after suffering knee injury during fall practices.

    Sophomore (2010): Played in 28 games, starting 16...batted .261 with three doubles and seven RBIs...had 18 hits and scored eight runs on the season...fielded a perfect 1.000 in the field...started 15 games as a designated hitter...also saw action in the field at second base...had a seven-game hitting streak...played in all four games of Georgia State series, going 7-for-14...hat a career-high three hits and added a triple vs. Georgia State...played summer ball for the US Armed Forces baseball team.

    Freshman (2009): Played in 25 games, making 16 starts...batted .185 with 12 hits, four doubles, nine runs and eight RBIs...started eight games at second base and shortstop...went 1-for-2 with a double in debut vs. Pittsburgh...had career-high two hits vs. Northern Colorado and the Citadel...had a career-high five assists vs. Charleston Southern.

    Charlotte Christian School (Charlotte, N.C.): Lettered four years in baseball...two-time first-team all-conference selection...led Charlotte Christian to three state championships...high school baseball coach was Greg Simmons...played summer ball for the On Deck O's, coached by Jason Hill.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 23...also considered attending High Point, Wingate and UNC Wilmington...favorite TV show is Baseball Tonight...favorite movie is the Natural...something most people don't know about him is that he is an artist...credits his father as having the biggest influence on his sports career...has two older brothers, Matt and Dan...son of HolgerHilland Teresa Stallworth.

    Getting to know Adam:

    Greatest moment in sports: Beating TCU.

    Hobbies: Golf, basketball, watching all sports.

    Favorite food: Steak, pasta, vegetables.

    Favorite Movie: Major League.

    Person in history you'd like to meet and why: Jesus, he did what nobody else can.

    Something not many people know about you: I like doing art.

    Who's had the biggest influence on your sports career and why: All my coaches and my dad.

    Most noteworthy thing(s) about your hometown: Billy Graham and Tupac Shakur's mom were born there.

    Favorite athlete and why: Omar Vizquel, he's a stud.

    Pre-game rituals: Pray.

    If you could be on any reality TV show, what would it be? Ultimate Fighter.

    What do you have on your iPod? Christian Rap.

    If you could trade places with one of your teammates for day, who would it be and why? Vinnie Capra, too see what it's like to be freakishly tall.

    Favorite quote: "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." - Aristotle

    Why I came to the Academy: To serve my country, get a great education, and to play baseball.

    HILL CAREER STATISTICS

    Yearavggp-gsabrh2b3bhrrbitbslg%bbhbpsogdpob%sfshsb-attpoaefld%
    2009.... .185 25-16 65 10 12 4 0 0 8 16 .246 5 1 11 1 .254 0 2 1-2 34 44 7 .918
    2010.... .261 28-16 69 8 18 3 1 0 7 23 .333 12 1 21 0 .378 0 1 2-2 3 7 0 1.000
    TOTAL... .224 53-32 134 18 30 7 1 0 15 39 .291 17 2 32 1 .320 0 3 3-4 37 51 7 .926
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