Cornerstone University welcomes Kelsey Adamski to the Women's Basketball program.Kelsey is from Hickory Corners, Mich. and has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Cornerstone beginning in the fall of 2012. Kelsey attends Gull Lake High School in Richland, Mich. where she was a three year varsity player.
She helped Gull Lake win three district championships (2 Class B, 1 Class A) and a 64-10 overall record. Adamski averaged 13.6ppg, 3.9 assists, 3 rebounds and 3.5 steals her senior year and was named Honorable Mention All-State Class A by the Associated Press. In addition she was named the SMAC (Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference) East Division MVP, Kalamazoo Gazette All Area A-B first team and helped Gull Lake to a first place tie in the SMAC east division her senior year. Her sophomore year her team finished in the Class B state semi-finals and she was named honorable mention Wolverine Conference her junior year. The senior captain was named the team's MVP her senior year as she led the team in points, assists and steals per game.
Adamski is also a two year varsity soccer player and is a member of the National Honor Society. She has served as class president for three years and currently serves as the student senate president while maintaining a 4.056 G.P.A.
"Kelsey is a competitor who strives to be the best at everything thing she does," states head coach Carla Fles
. "She is a leader as evidenced by her involvement at her high school. When I saw her last summer at a recruiting showcase I knew we had to have her at Cornerstone. She has an outgoing personality and strong work ethic and I know she is going to contribute right away at CU."
Kelsey is pictured with her parents Dave & Jill Adamski