- Height / Weight: 6-0 / 180
- Age: 27 (05/15/1986)
- Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland
- Previous Clubs: Houston Dynamo (2011-13); Portland Timbers (2011); Columbus Crew (2007-2010); Cleveland City Stars (USL, 2007); Elgin City (Scotland, 2006-07); Ross County (Scotland, 2005-06)
• Set career-highs with 26 appearances, 24 starts and three goals for Houston in 2013
• Started the 2011 and 2012 MLS Cup final for Houston and won the 2008 MLS Cup with Columbus
• Seven-year MLS veteran with 110 appearances, 12 goals and six assists
• Head Coach Sigi Schmid: “Adam was a member our MLS championship team in Columbus and brings a fantastic attitude, has experience running the midfield, and a great shot from distance.”
Set career-highs with 26 appearances, 24 starts and three goals for Houston before joining Seattle. Scored two goals in 2-1 win at New England Revolution on July 13 for first career MLS two-goal game. Returned to lineup and played first 69 minutes of 2-0 loss at Montreal on 6/19. Left game with knee injury in 1-1 draw vs. Columbus on 5/5. Assisted on Warren Creavalle's game-winning goal with a corner kick in 2-1 win vs. the Vancouver Whitecaps on 3/23.
Set career-high with three assists while nearing career-highs in games (23), starts (22) and minutes (1,930). Provided assist on Macoumba Kandji's opening goal in 3-1 win vs. Philadelphia on 10/20. Delivered vital equalizer in 82nd minute of 2-2 draw vs. Columbus on 8/19. Missed three games with a right adductor strain. Suspended for 6/30 match vs. Philadelphia after a red card ejection at Montreal on 6/23. Scored the game-winning goal in 2-1 win vs. Dallas on 6/16 (first of season). Provided an assist against his former club on Will Bruin's 58th minute goal at Columbus on 4/21. Earned assist on Andre Hainault’s stoppage-time winner vs. Chivas on 3/11. Instrumental in Dynamo's return to MLS Cup final, starting all six games and recording a goal and an assist in the playoffs. Assisted on Calen Carr's 44th-minute goal in MLS Cup final on 12/1 with excellent lofted ball behind LA defense. Delivered arguably the best goal of the 2012 MLS Cup playoffs with 30-yard volley across his body for 1-0 lead in 2-0 home win over Sporting KC in first leg of Eastern Conference semifinals. Started three of four Champions League games as Dynamo won Group 3. Delivered vital equalizer in 57th minute of 1-1 draw at Olimpia on 8/30. Started in 1-0 U.S. Open Cup third round loss at San Antonio on 5/29.
Key July acquisition via trade helped Dynamo go 6-2-4 in his 12 starts while scoring two spectacular long-range goals and adding one assist. Dynamo Newcomer of the Year and Dynamo Goal of the Year. Both of his goals reached the Round of 16 in the MLS Goal of the Year voting. Made Houston debut as substitute in 3-0 loss at CHV on 7/23. Stepped into starting lineup and helped Houston to 3-1 win vs. SEA in home debut on 7/30 . Scored spectacular long-range goal from nearly 40 yards out to key 2-1 win vs. POR on 8/14. Strike against his former club was voted MLS Goal of the Week. Rifled long-range shot into top right corner to open scoring in 3-1 win vs. LA on 10/23. Was selected by Portland from Columbus in offseason expansion draft. Limited to four games and 100 minutes in league play with Portland. Started all four playoff games to help lead Dynamo to MLS Cup final. Took on set-piece duties after Brad Davis was hurt in Eastern Conference final on 11/6.
Set career highs by playing 1,951 minutes in 24 matches and making 23 starts for the Crew. Scored two goals and contributed one assist. Scored Columbus’ first goal in a 2-2 draw at FCD on 4/10. Scored the opening goal of a 2-1 win vs. CHI on 7/3. Saw action in four CONCACAF Champions League matches, tallying an assist in a 4-1 win at Joe Public on 10/21.
Appeared in 12 matches and made six starts for Columbus, scoring one goal. Named the Crew OhioHealth Comeback Player of the Year at the end of the season. Missed 10 matches from May 2-July 11 with a left hamstring strain. Appeared in six Champions League matches for Columbus, making three starts.
Appeared in seven games for Columbus, making six starts and scoring two goals. Missed 22 games due to injury, most after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee and being placed on season-ending injured reserve on 6/16. Scored his first MLS goal as the game-winner in Columbus win vs. TFC on 3/29. Also scored on 5/3 at KC. Member of the Crew’s MLS Cup championship squad but was on injured reserve and did not see any playoff action.
Signed by the Columbus Crew via discovery late in the year. Made his MLS debut as a starter in the Crew’s regular-season finale at DC on 10/20. Began the season with the Cleveland City Stars of the USL Second Division and led the City Stars to a 10-1-9 record (39 pts.) and a second-place finish in the USL-2 regular season. Was named to the USL-2 All-League First Team. Led the team and finished second in the league in scoring, knocking in eight goals and two assists in 19 appearances.
Appeared in 29 matches and scored seven goals in all competitions for Elgin City FC of the Scottish Third Division.
Started his pro career with Ross County FC of the Scottish Second Division.