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Kevin Snyder
Kevin Snyder
Title: Assistant Coach, Men's Basketball
Phone: 413-597-4202
Email: Kevin.T.Snyder@williams.edu

Kevin Snyder is entering his second season as an assistant coach on the Williams College men's basketball staff after spending the 2009-10 season as the Director of Basketball Operations at The College of William & Mary. 

Last year the Ephs compiled a record of 29-3 going undefeated in NESCAC regular season play and advancing to the National Semifinals.

Snyder graduated from Williams in 2009 with a degree in art and psychology. He was a three-year starter for the Ephs and became the 26th player in Williams history to score over 1,000 career points.

As a senior co-captain, Snyder was named a first-team All-NESCAC honoree, while averaging 16.8 points per game and leading the squad in minutes played (34.8), 3-pointers made (66) and assists (96). He shot 41.5 percent from 3-point range and averaged 3.7 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game. Snyder also led the NESCAC in assist-to-turnover ratio in 2009 at 1.81. He scored a career-high 30 points on three occasions as a senior against Ursinus, Framingham State and Amherst College, helping Williams to a 17-9 overall mark and a 6-3 conference ledger.

The Littleton, CO, native finished his Williams’ career with 1,016 points, 237 assists and 272 rebounds in 80 career starts. As a sophomore starter in 2007, Snyder helped the Ephs to the NESCAC Championship and a berth in the Division III NCAA Tournament.

Along with his prowess on the court, Snyder succeeded in the classroom as well. He was a Second-Team ESPN The Magazine Academic District I selection as a senior and a two-time Academic All-NESCAC honoree.

Snyder played at Heritage High School in Littleton, Colo. as a prep and captained the squad to a state championship during his senior season in 2005. Heritage finished the year at 27-1 overall and was ranked No.1 in the state of Colorado, as well as ending the season as the 43rd ranked team in the nation. Snyder was an honorable mention all-state selection after averaging 14.4 points per game and hitting 70 3-pointers.

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