Adam coached D1 Women’s Lacrosse for almost 10 years. During that time he coached at Stanford University, Jacksonville University, and most recently George Mason. His college coaching achievements include: 4 Conference Championships (2 MPSF, 2 NLC); 3 Top 20 Goal Keepers; 2 #1 Scoring Offenses, and 1 IWLCA Top 10 Program ranking.
Along the way, players he has coached have garnered 48 All-Conference honors, 39 Academic honors, 21 All-Tournament/MVPs, 6 POY honors, 3 All-Americans, and 2 Rookie of the Years. In 9 high school seasons coach Norton’s goalies have received 8 All-Conference honors.
In addition to coaching, Norton has also been an 8 time speaker/presenter at the US Lacrosse Convention, and has been a member of the Potomac chapter of US Lacrosse.
In 2004, Norton founded C4 Lacrosse, a company with a focus on camps, clinics and individual instruction for field players and goalies. Norton has also served as the goalie selector for the Girls' National Tournament Mid-Atlantic teams and Under Armour Girls All-American tournament.
A four-year goalkeeper at Dickinson College, Norton captained the team and was named the Most Valuable Player as a senior in 1997. As a junior, he held the top single-game Division III save mark and set a Centennial Conference record for single-game goals allowed the following season. In 2004, he was named the Rookie of the Year. A Washington, D.C. native, Norton graduated from Dickinson College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a focus in research and development of gifted/LD adolescents.
Currently Adam coaches at the Madeira School in Mclean, VA.
Adam and his wife, Carrie (who also played lacrosse), have a 3yr old daughter and reside in Alexandria, VA.