2009: Started in all 53 games appeared in... became UB all-time single-season record holder for most runs scored (50), finished second in most at bats (219), third in most hits (76), tied for fifth in most games played (53) and seventh in most total bases (102)... moved into tenth on all-time career list for most at bats (520) and most doubles (27)... versus Western Michigan (4/12) hit a three-RBI triple, going 3-for-5... Went 4-for-4 at Miami (OH) (4/17) with runs scored and a two-RBI home run including a double... hit a pair of doubles at Central Michigan (3/28)... two-RBI single in nightcap at St. Bonaventure (3/17)... season-high two stolen bases against #23 Kent State (5/3).
2008: Started in 39 of 41 games... hit his first career home run as a Bull against Northern Illinois (3/23), going 1-for-2 and an RBI... went 2-for-2 against Niagara (4/9) with a double and a triple, also recorded two RBIs... went 3-for-4, recorded one RBI and hit a double against Akron (4/27)... had three hits and two RBIs against Ohio (5/16).
2007: Started in 42 of 47 games... perfect 8-for-8 in stolen base attempts for the season... had two hits in his first conference game at Central Michigan (3/23)... was 3-for-5 against Western Michigan (4/14)... had three hits, including a double, against St. Bonaventure (4/24)... went 2-for-4 against Bowling Green (5/12)... drove in two RBIs, going 2-for-3 against Kent State (5/19).
High School: Played three seasons and served as team captain for one for Ed Folli at Union-Endicott High School... helped the team to a 20-4 record during his senior season... batted .380 with four home runs, 25 RBIs and 25 runs scored... set the school record for doubles, hits and runs scored... was named second-team All-State as a junior and third team as a senior... also a three-time All-Metro selection... member of the football team for three seasons and basketball team for two seasons.
Personal: Full name is Adam Gerald Skonieczki... born November 10, 1987... son of Jerry and Pam... favorite athlete is Jim Brown... chose UB because of its Division I athletics program and academics...Would like to break the school record for batting average at UB... said the best part about being a D-I athlete is playing against other D-I athletes... majoring in communication.