Greg Adams is in his second season at Stony Brook. Adams' main roles with the program include advanced scouting, player development, recruiting, the team's academic liaison and guard play.
Adams joined the Stony Brook staff following high school coaching stints at Juan Diego Catholic High School in Utah and Thousand Oaks High School in California. Prior to coaching at the high school ranks, Adams served as the lead assistant for the San Jose State University women's basketball program from 2002 to 2004. At San Jose State, Adams coordinated student-athlete academic monitoring and oversaw recruiting efforts which included the signing of a national top 50 player.
Prior to San Jose State, Adams served as an assistant coach at Southern University in Louisiana 2001-2002. While there, Adams helped lead Southern to an NCAA Tournament appearance while serving as the recruiting and academic coordinator.
Prior to the college ranks, Adams was the head girls basketball coach at Saugus High School in California where he guided the team to a 10-13 record, surpassing the overall win total of the previous two seasons.
Adams earned his bachelor of science in Kinesiology in 1998 from California State University Northridge. He also coached during two different stints at his alma mater, one from 1997 to 1998 as a student assistant and the other from 1999 to 2001 as an assistant coach.