Where Every Shot Counts
Adrian Stockman, an elite basketball player during his prep school and collegiate playing careers, is the Executive Director of SBC. Through many years of working and managing basketball camps, he has become one of the top instructors and coaches in the area. During his 20-plus years of basketball experience, Adrian has developed multiple techniques to enhance the skills of children, collegiate, and semi-pro players. Hard work and dedication produces good basketball players, but SBC’s goal is to make you a great player.
About Adrian Stockman:
Medina High School (1993-95)
As a senior, Adrian led the Bees to their first outright conference title while leading the team in every statistical category. He averaged 22 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals during the campaign. Adrian’s prep honors included winning the Pioneer Conference MVP; Medina County Gazette MVP; All-Northeastern Ohio; All-Akron Beacon Journal; All Plain Dealer Team MVP; and MVP of the Medina, Summit and Portage County All-Star games.
Cincinnati State junior college (1996-98) Winthrop University (1999-2000)
Adrian led the Surge to a first place finish in the O.C.C.A.C, while averaging 17 points, 5 assists, 4 rebounds and 3 steals. He earned first-team All O.C.C.A.C, First team All Region, and Honorable Mention All-American. Adrian shined during his sophomore season, recording a triple-double and four 30-point games. A Sweet 16 trip ended with a loss to the top-ranked team in the country, despite 33 points from Adrian. The Surge went 49-11 and peaked at 6th in the national rankings during Adrian’s two years with the team. His performance earned a full scholarship to NCAA Division-I Winthrop University.
The Eagles experienced their biggest single-season turnaround, improving from 7-23 to 25-7 during Adrian’s first year with the club to earn their first trip to the NCAA tournament. In the Big South Championship game televised on ESPN, Adrian made the key block with 3 seconds remaining to seal the Eagles’ appearance in the big dance. Utilized more for his defensive skills at Winthrop, Adrian became a stingy defender and often guarded the best opposing perimeter scorer.
Winthrop University (1999-2000)
Phone: 614 584-9106