Men's Basketball—Roster

Adam Choice
#32 Adam Choice

Class Year: 2010

Position: F

Height: 6-5

Weight: 200

High School: St. George's School

Hometown: Newport, R.I.

2009-10 season highlights: Adam ranks as one of the all-time great players in program history, finishing eighth all-time in scoring with 1,534 points. He also had 654 rebounds, 185 assists, 134 steals, and 95 blocks. Choice was a third team All-American by the National Basketball Coaches Association (NABC) and also played in the organization's NABC Senior All-Star Game in Salem, Virginia. Adam also made the All-American list on the fourth team. He earned All-Region honors and was a first team All-NESCAC selection. Choice earned his third straight Maine State Division III Player of the Year honor and also was honored by Colby with the Millett Award as the male athlete who has done the most of Colby athletics over four years. He was the only player since the NESCAC started keeping top 10 statistics in 2003 to be in the top 10 in scoring (2nd, 18.3), assists (3rd, 3.4), blocks (9th, 1.04), steals (9th, 1.16), and rebounding (10th, 6.7). 2008-09 season highlights: Choice earned All-Region honors, first team All-NESCAC, and was the Maine State Player of the Year after averaging 15.7 points and 5.6 rebounds. He was sixth in the conference in scoring and 11th in rebounding. 2007-08 season highlights: Choice earned second team All-NESCAC honors and his first of three straight Maine State Player of the Year honors. He was second in the NESCAC in scoring (18.0), tied for third in blocks (1.36), sixth in rebounding (7.8), and 10th in steals (1.44). 2006-07 season highlights: Adam averaged 9.0 points, 5.9 rebounds, and had 39 steals. He ranked eighth in the league in steals (1.50). At Colby:  Adam has a major in History and a minor in Education... Colby Cares About Kids (CCAK) mentor and one of the leaders of the group... worked basketball camps in the summer.  Before Colby:  Played football, basketball, and baseball at St. George's School... named all-league for basketball and baseball.