3 Adam Goss
Adam  Goss


Bellaire, Texas

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 180






Wildcats Complete Sweep of Georgetown, End Season With 11-1 Victory

Sciacca drives in three runs, Beermann and Jones power Villanova with home runs


Wildcats Edged By Temple, 7-6

Sciacca had three runs batted in for Villanova


Jones and Beermann Power Wildcats Past Cincinnati, 12-4

Both players hit home runs as Villanova salvages final game of series


Wildcats Blanked By Cincinnati, 4-0, in Second Game of Series

All four of the runs in the game scored with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning


Defense Falters Late as Wildcats Lose to Connecticut, 4-3

All of the runs scored in the game came in the last two innings


Baseball vs. Georgetown (4-11-15)

Villanova hosted Georgetown in the second game of a conference series on April 11, 2015.


Baseball vs. Manhattan

Villanova opened a three-game series with Manhattan on May 9, 2014.


Baseball vs. St. Peter's

Villanova hosted St. Peter's on March 15, 2014.


Baseball vs. St. Peter's

Villanova defeated St. Peter's in walk-off fashion in its home opener on March 15, 2014.


Baseball Senior Day vs. Louisville

Villanova recognized its graduating seniors prior to its home game against Louisville on May 4, 2013.

On Goss: Has a knack for getting on base consistently and is an excellent all-around athlete ... Capable of hitting at the top of the lineup and has some power from the left side of the plate ... Versatile player who has been used on both sides of the infield as well as in left field ... When not in the lineup has also been a dangerous bat off the bench who has made an impact late in games.

2014: Played in 48 games with 34 starts ... Batted .203 (26-for-128) ... Ranked third on the team with a .394 on-base percentage including 21 walks, good for fifth on the team ... Hit three double and two triples ... Ranked fourth on the team in triples ... Scored 21 runs and batted in 12 runs ... Tallied 33 total bases with a .258 slugging percentage ... Reached base safely in 12-straight contests, the third longest streak on the team during the season ... Scored runs in six-straight games from March 9 to March 21 ... Hit by 20 pitches, first on the team ... Stole two bases in seven tries ... Had a .931 fielding percentage with 47 putouts ... BIG EAST: Played in 18 conference games with 13 starts ... Batted .200 (10-50) with a .375 on-base percentage thanks to drawing seven walks and being hit by a pitch seven times ... Struck out only six times in 66 plate appearances ... Had seven runs scored, seven RBI, two doubles, one stolen base and two sacrifice bunts ... Went 3-for-5 in a series at Georgetown and finished the year by going 3-for-7 with a double and two RBI against Butler.

2013: Played in 46 games with 30 starts ... Made 27 starts at second base, two at shortstop and one as the designated hitter ... Batted .183 (19-for-104) but drew 24 walks and ranked fourth on the team with a .368 on-base percentage ... His walk total was third on the team and he was also hit by a pitch seven times ... Scored 16 runs and had eight runs batted in ... Hit one double and one home run ... Struck out 33 times ... Stole three bases in five tries ... Delivered three sacrifice bunts and one sacrifice fly ... Hit a go-ahead, two-run home run in the fifth inning of a 5-3 victory over La Salle .. Singled twice, drove in a run and stole a base against Iona ... Drew two walks and scored two runs versus Central Connecticut ... Walked three times and scored a run against Cornell ... Had six games in which he reached base multiple times by means other than a hit (walk, hit by pitch) ... Played strong defense up the middle and had a .941 fielding percentage with 57 putouts, 55 assists and seven errors; BIG EAST: Batted .154 (8-for-52) with a .343 on-base percentage while playing in 21 conference games with 14 starts ... Drew 10 walks and was hit by a pitch five times while striking out 17 times ... Scored five runs and had one RBI ... Went 1-for-2 in stolen base tries and laid down two sacrifice bunts ... Reached base three times in the series opener against Seton Hall (2-for-3, HBP) ... Went 1-for-2 with a hit by pitch, run scored, RBI and a stolen base against Louisville ... In season finale at Georgetown drew two walks and scored two runs.

Episcopal High School: Earned three varsity letters in baseball and one in wrestling ... Also played football as a quarterback and cornerback ... As a baseball player was a three-time All-Southwest Preparatory Conference selection (2010, 2011, 2012) and a two-time All-SPC South Zone pick (2011, 2012) for an Episcopal team which won three consecutive SPC titles from 2010-12 ... As a senior in 2012 was named to the SPC All-Tournament Team and earned a spot on the Houston 5A Baseball All-Private School Team ... Chosen to play in the Texas Private School Coaches Association All-Star Game ... Chosen as his team's Most Improved Player as a sophomore and was the team MVP as a senior ... Batted .505 with a .600 on-base percentage and an .813 slugging percentage during his senior season ... Had 28 stolen bases to go along with 46 runs scored, 36 runs batted in, 13 doubles, six triples and one home run for the season ... Achieved Honor Roll status academically all four years and was presented with the Climb Award in Math as a senior.

Personal: Born 9/30/93 in St. Louis, Mo. ... Older of two sons of John and Mary Goss ... Has a younger brother, Matthew (19) ... Father played baseball at Wyoming from 1980-83 and was an outfielder ... Majoring in Psychology.


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