2002: Ubert continued to be the only presence in goal for Marquette University. In his junior year, he started and played all 1,760 minutes. Ubert's defensive abilities led Marquette to the 2002 Conference USA regular season title. He allowed just 1.12 goals per game and recorded five shutouts during the year. His biggest shutout came against Saint Louis (Sept. 7), blanking the nationally ranked Billikens. He had help from a save by defender Tom Nolan, but Ubert made two stops for the match. Ubert also recorded shutouts against Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 8), Louisville (Oct. 15), East Carolina (Nov. 3) and Wisconsin (Nov. 9). He stopped a season-high eight shots against East Carolina in the 0-0 draw. He also made six stops against Portland (Sept. 29) and Wis.-Milwaukee (Oct. 22). Ubert also played a role in the Marquette offense, recording an assist against Memphis (Oct. 30) on Eric Marshall's match-winning goal.
2001: Ubert continued to perform on a high level in his sophomore season. He improved his goals against average total to under one at 0.95 and made 81 saves on the season. Unlike his freshman year, he did not play every minute in goal, giving way to Patrick Hanley for 28 minutes. He was very underrated during the season, not earning any postseason honors. He did not give up more than two goals in any match, allowing the MU offense to stay within one goal in all matches. He played the majority in seven shutouts. In 16 of the 21 matches, he held the opposition to one goal or less. He tied a season high in the C-USA semifinals with nine saves against UAB (Nov. 16) to help MU advance to the league title match. He also had nine stops on Sept. 26 against Wisconsin. He also stopped eight shots on two occasions against Valparaiso (Sept. 7) and Charlotte (Oct. 21). He recorded shutouts in back-to-back matches and three out of four by blanking DePaul (Sept. 3), Valparaiso and nationally-ranked Santa Clara (Sept. 22). Following the Santa Clara and San Francisco (Sept. 20) matches, Ubert was named Conference USA Defensive Player-of-the-Week. In addition to shutouts of Louisville (Oct. 6) and Northwestern (Oct. 17), Ubert also had back-to-back shutouts of TCU (Oct. 26) and Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 31).
2000: Adam Ubert stepped into his role as starting goalkeeper as a freshman and performed about as well as anyone could expect. Ubert gave up just nine goals in his first eight matches as MU raced to a 7-0-1 start and a no. 7 national ranking in 2000. Ubert spent every minute of the season in the Marquette goal, earning a 10-7-2 record and a 1.28 goals against average. He made he collegiate debut against Wis.-Milwaukee (Sept. 1) and was helped by the offense to a 5-1 win. Against Evansville (Sept. 4) he earned his first career shutout, stopping one shot in a 1-0 win. He followed that up with a solid four-save outing against South Florida (Sept. 9) in a 4-1 win. His biggest performance of the season came against third-ranked Creighton (Sept. 24). Ubert stopped a pair of shots and guided the defense to a 3-1 upset win. Against Wisconsin (Sept. 29), Ubert earned his second shutout, but the offense couldn't find the net in the scoreless tie. In the next match, Ubert stopped a season high 11 shots from Charlotte (Oct. 1), but allowed three goals in the 3-0 loss. Ubert finished the season three shutouts on the season and allowed single goals in nine matches, of which Marquette won five.
At Arrowhead: An all-conference performer in each of his four seasons, Ubert was named all-state as a junior and senior. He was named to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel All-Area team in that same time frame. A four-year member of the honor roll, Ubert was also a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society. Additionally, he was a a member of the Region II Olympic Developmental Program from 1997-2000 and a Wisconsin ODP player from 1996-2000.
Personal: Born Jan. 28, 1982, Ubert is the son of Mark and Ann Ubert. He has one sister, Caitlin. Ubert is a biomedical sciences major.
Ubert's Career Stats
MP-MS Min. GA Saves SO GAA
2002 19-19 1760:45 22 64 5.0 1.12
2001 21-20 1898:38 20 81 5.5 0.95
2000 19-19 1829:14 26 62 2.0 1.28
Career 59-59 5579:37 68 207 12.5 1.09