Cammon has hired three assistants and a Director of Basketball Operations to complete his staff.
Adams comes to the Beach from Cal Poly Pomona, where he was in his second stint as Associate Head Coach of the women's basketball program. While at Cal Poly Pomona, Adams was responsible for coordinating recruiting and team travel, as well as assisting with video coordination, scouting, monitoring the strength and conditioning program, and fundraising.
He also coordinated and ran all social media outlets for the women's basketball program as Adams is skilled in platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Periscope, and Snapchat, as well as iMovie.
Adams spent a year at San Diego State University as the Director of Player Development and Assistant Recruiting Coordinator. In his role, Adams was responsible for coordinating film exchange, editing game and practice film, and developing team highlight videos. He also lent support to the director of basketball operations in the planning and preparation of all team events. Lastly, Adams also ran all social media outlets for the women's basketball program.
Prior to his time at SDSU, Adams served as an Associate Head Coach for Cal Poly Pomona for five seasons. During his first run with the Broncos, Cal Poly Pomona reached five straight Division II NCAA Tournaments, and advanced to the NCAA Final Four in 2014.
During his time at Cal Poly Pomona, Adams has helped develop three players named the CCAA Player of the Year as well as 15 All-CCAA honorees.
Adams played an integral role in Cal Poly Pomona's 2010-11 season as he helped the Broncos put together a 28-5 overall record while capturing the CCAA and West Region titles. With Adams on the bench, the Broncos made it all the way to the Elite Eight and posted their best finish since 2002.
He started his collegiate coaching career as an Assistant Coach at Cal Baptist and spent a total of four seasons working with the Lancers program.
Adams was a four-year letterwinner at Yucaipa High School and returned to his alma mater to assist the boys' basketball program.
The Yucaipa, Calif., native graduated from Cal Baptist University with a Bachelor's Degree in kinesiology.
Adams and his wife Nicole have two children, Kennedy and Josiah.
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