2013: After missing the Hounds’ opener due to a coaching commitment, Ghitelman stepped in as the team’s full-time starting goaltender in Week 2 and earned a 7-6 record during the regular season. He finished the year with a12.1 goals against average -- a new personal best -- and 49.7 save percentage. However, the goaltender was at his best in the postseason, improving to a 12.0 GAA and 52.0 SV%. Ghitelman isn’t afraid to run with the ball, and even recorded a goal and two assists during the 2013 season.
2012: The Hounds acquired Ghitelman in the 2012 MLL Expansion Draft (30th overall). He appeared in all 14 games of the franchise's inagural season, earning a 5-9 record. Ghitelman made nine starts in goal, including the final eight weeks of the season. He was fifth in the league among goalies for playing time with 647:44 minutes and was a 2012 MLL All-Star Game seletion. While his 13.99 Goals Against Average ranked eighth in MLL, Ghitelman had a league-best .551 Save Percentage. Meanwhile, he allowed a league-high 13 2-point goals.
2011: Ghitelman was drafted by the Denver Outlaws in the eighth round (45th overall) of the 2011 MLL Collegiate Draft. He played just over 39 minutes for the team, compiling a 12.17 goals against average and 42.9 save percentage.
Collegiate: Ghitelman registered 586 saves with 212 ground balls in 62 career games (3,443 minutes) at Virginia. Over his four year career, Ghitelman posted an 8.94 career goals against average and a .533 save percentage. He started 17 games as a senior and finished with 178 saves, a .535 save percentage, a 9.54 goals against average and 72 ground balls to help lead the Cavaliers to a National Championship.
Personal: Adam is in his third season as an Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach at Harvard.