7 Scotty Snowden
CAREER: 26 goals, 37 assists, 63 points in 57 games
SENIOR - 2013: Snowden saw action in 31 games as a senior and registered 31 points on seven goals and 24 assists ... added six steals to his 2013 statline ... had at least one point in 15 games, highlighted by a season-high four points versus Connecticut College and George Washington ... recorded 10 multi-point games, including three points (1g, 2a) versus No. 14 UC San Diego and two (2a) versus No. 6 UC Santa Barbara on the Mids' trip to his home state of California.
JUNIOR - 2012: Snowden had an injury-plagued 2012 season, appearing in just one game with no statistics.
SOPHOMORE - 2011: Snowden appeared in 18 games, ranking ninth on the team with 20 points (11 g, 9 a) ... scored four points on a career-high-tying three goals and assist against Washington & Jefferson ... dished out a career-high three assists in the first game of the season, against Gannon in the Navy Open ... scored a goal and assist against Salem International in the CWPA Southern Division Tournament ... tallied two goals against Mount San Antonio College in the Navy Open.
FRESHMAN - 2010: Snowden played in seven games, scoring 12 points (8 g, 4 a) ... tallied career-high five points (3 g, 2 a) against Salem International ... scored two goals against Penn State-Behrend and scored first career goal in the win over Queens, both in the Bucknell Invite ... had two goals and an assist against Washington & Jefferson in the CWPA Southern Division Tournament.
PERSONAL: Snowden lettered two times in water polo and three times in swimming before graduating from Pasadena High School in 2010 ... helped team to the Florida International Tournament titles in 2008-10 ... was named all-area, all-league, all-CIF and team MVP as a senior ... named 2007 most valuable offensive player by his teammates ... son of David and Nancy Snowden ... had three cousins, Nathaniel Barker (Class of 1926), Nathaniel Barker (Class of 1956) and Edward Barker (Class of 1962), graduate from the Naval Academy ... majoring in political science.
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