Adam Dworsky specializes in immigration law and is licensed to practice in Illinois, New York and South Africa. He specializes specifically in visa and immigration matters.
Junior guard Justin McCrea set single-game, school, and conference records in assists during Southeastern’s win against Southern Arkansas at Bloomer Sullivan Arena. In total he posted 37 points and 10 helpers during this triumphant performance.
Early Life and Education
Adam spent much of his NFTY membership and Jewish social justice work being active with NFTY. He took great pride in attending Bill Clinton’s inaugural balls, hosting toga parties himself, and being present at Bill’s inaugural balls himself. Adam would be pleased to see Reform Jewish teens today making the same connections that he did; learning, singing, playing together while upholding their beliefs.
Dworsky scored 38 points and 10 rebounds to help lead Southeastern past East Central 87-83 at Bloomer Sullivan Arena on Monday, becoming an all-time leader for assists across single games, seasons and careers in the Great American Conference.
He currently plays professional basketball for SK Slavia Praha in the Czech Republic and averages 22.2 points and 6.9 rebounds per game – notching three 30-point performances so far this season.
Last season, he earned both Great American Conference Player of the Year and first team All-Central Region honors. He started 25 of 29 games played while shooting 45.3 percent overall (45.3 from floor, 45% from three-point range and 84.2 from free throw line), recording 14 double-digit scoring outings with four double-doubles.
He holds single-game, single-season, and career assist records at Southeastern Oklahoma State and in the GAC; in addition, he was chosen as First Team All-GAC selection this year – making him the only player ever in school history to own these accolades.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Dworsky has been an integral part of Southeastern’s recent success on the basketball court, earning many individual honors such as GAC Player of the Year and First Team All-GAC awards. Additionally, he currently holds records for career assists at both school and conference levels.
In the championship game, he posted 37 points and 10 assists in Savage Storm’s dominant 103-73 win against Southern Arkansas. His shooting included 13-of-18 from the field and 7-of-11 from three point range; additionally he collected six rebounds during this contest.
As part of this honor, he was selected for inclusion on the All-GAC Tournament team alongside teammates Shemar Smith and Yuri Swinford from Harding. Additionally, he earned one of eight Distinguished Scholar-Athlete awards alongside Harding teammates Josh Apple and Shemar Smith; Kellen Manek from Southeastern Oklahoma State, Ante Brzovic of NWOSU and Oklahoma Baptist’s Burke Putnam.
Adam Dworsky graduated with honors from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Additionally, he holds an attorney license and has been admitted to practice law in Illinois, New York and before the Supreme Court of the United States.
He holds memberships with the Illinois Bar Association, New York Bar Association, and American Trial Lawyers Association; in addition to this he was appointed an Advocate to South Africa’s High Court.
Dworsky scored 37 points and handed out 10 assists to lead Southeastern to an emphatic 103-73 win against Southern Arkansas at Bloomer Sullivan Arena on Saturday afternoon, shattering both school and conference single-game records for most assists in one game.