Adam Teach

Adam  Teach


New Berlin, WI

High School:
New Berlin Eisenhower

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 180




Junior (2008): Lefty-specialist appeared in seven games for a total of 5.2 innings pitched ... did not allow an earned run in first four games ... had four strikeouts on the year ... tied a career-high with 1.2 scoreless innings pitched against Utah.

Sophomore (2007): Lefty-specialist appeared in nine games for a total of four innings pitched ... had third-lowest ERA amongst relief pitchers on the team ... made debut against Lewis-Clark State, pitching one inning ... faced two-or-fewer batters in five appearances ... also pitched a career-long 1.2 innings vs. New Mexico.

New Berlin Eisenhower HS (New Berlin, Wisc.): Lettered three years in baseball as a pitcher and first baseman...also lettered three years in soccer... Woodland Conference Scholar athlete award and team captain for baseball and soccer...coached by Scott Schimmel...graduated with 3.9 GPA...National Honor Society member.

Personal: A member of Cadet Squadron 38, the Almighty All-Stars ... systems engineering management major ... nickname is hammerhead ... on the athletics list ... is active in his squadron as the drill and ceremonies non-commissioned officer ... one older brother, Nick (25) who played college baseball for UW-Whitewater and helped the team to the Div III College World Series title ... favorite MLB team is the Milwaukee Brewers and chose his number in honor of Robin Yount ... something most people don't know about him is that he likes to sing and play the harmonica ... father, Terry, played baseball at Wisconsin-La Crosse from 1974-78 ... credits father as having the biggest influence on his sports career ... son of Terry and Kathy Teach.

Why I came to the Academy: "I came to the Academy to give back to a community that has given me so much"

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