Adam Winslow played in 6 games for the Golden Eagles in the 2001-2002 season games (0 G, 0 A) and graduated from the College in 2003.
The Rochester Americans report on his new role in their organization...
ADAM WINSLOW NAMED MANAGER OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS
The Rochester Americans announced today that the team has named Adam Winslow the Manager of Hockey Operations for the 2009-10 American Hockey League season. In his new role, he will work closely with the Amerks Senior VP of Hockey Operations, Ted Nolan, and the Director of Player Personnel, Jody Gage.
“I am honored that the organization has again let me branch out into another area, which will assist me in my professional development,” said Winslow. “It’s also exciting to know that I will be working with two great hockey legends in Ted Nolan and Jody Gage.”
“We believe that you get the best results from people in your organization when they work in an area where they want to be,” said Amerks President Lewis Staats. “One of the principles we use in our business is that we need to let people take on new challenges and Adam is doing just that moving into hockey operations.”
Winslow, 29, enters his seventh season with the Amerks, having worked his way up from season ticket sales, group sales and corporate sales to the VP of Ticketing and Suites for the Amerks and Rochester Knighthawks of the National Lacrosse League in 2008-09.
Winslow graduated from SUNY Brockport in May 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education/sport management. He also graduated from SUNY Morrisville in May 2001 with an associate’s degree in individual studies/business management.
Along with a strong professional and educational background, Winslow brings to the job 19 years of organized hockey experience. In his career, he has played for the Auburn Hockey Club, the Syracuse Stars Junior Program, Auburn High School Hockey and for college programs at SUNY Morrisville and SUNY Brockport. He also coached Auburn High School from 2003-07.
Adam currently resides in Auburn, NY, with wife, Nichole.