Former Washington College tennis standout Adam Cranford returned to his alma mater as an assistant tennis coach beginning with the 2011-12 academic year. A 2011 NCAA Division III All-American and the 2011 Centennial Conference Player of the Year, Cranford played No. 1 singles for the Shoremen for four years.
Cranford's collegiate playing career was capped off with an appearance in the 2011 NCAA Division III Singles Championship Tournament, where he advanced to the second round. He was a four-time All-Centennial Conference first-team selection in singles, a 2010 all-conference second-team honoree in doubles, and a two-time Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team member. Twice he was named his team's Most Valuable Player and twice he was named his team's Most Improved Player. He was also selected as the male winner of Washington College's Senior Athletic Award.
Cranford finished his collegiate playing career with an overall record of 121-45 - 63-21 in singles and 58-24 in doubles.
Cranford received a degree in Business Management from Washington College in May 2011.