Drew Snider


Position: Midfield
MLL: Denver Outlaws
College: Maryland

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Snider at a glance
-Played in 13 regular-season games in 2017, recording 18 goals and six assists for 24 points.
-Named Team MVP after tying for the team lead with 47 points in 2016.
-Named to the MLL All-Pro Team in 2015.
-Scored the MLL Championship game-winning goal with 56 seconds left vs. Rochester in the 2014 MLL Title game.
-Earned the 2013 MLL Most Improved Player of the Year Award after finishing sixth in the league with 31 goals and seventh with 46 points in 2013.
-Selected by Denver with the 44th overall pick in the 2012 MLL Collegiate Draft.

2017: Played in 13 regular-season games, recording 18 goals and six assists for 24 points… Named to the MLL All-Star Game for the fourth time in his career… Scored four goals in the regular-season finale at Chesapeake (8/3)… Recorded three hat tricks on the season.

2016: Played in 12 regular-season games and tied for the team lead with 47 points, including a team-high 33 goals…Named to the MLL All Star Game for the third time in his career… record a career-high eight points (5 g, 2 a, 1 2pg) in a win over Ohio (5/1/16).

2015: Began 2015 tied for first place in points for two weeks… Scored five points (3 g, 2 a) against Boston in the season opener (4/12) and followed that up with four points (1 g, 3 a) at Ohio (4/19)… Recorded eight hat tricks in 2015, including at least four goals in the final four games of the season… Tied his career high of five goals and six points in the final game of the season vs. New York (7/25) to earn Coca-Cola Player of the Game honors… Also scored the game-winning goal 26 seconds into the first overtime period vs. New York, his second game-winning goal of the season… Scored a career-high 35 goals and tied his career high of 46 points in a season, previously attained in 2012… Shot a career-high 108 times, landing 67 shots on goal.

2014: Played in 13 regular-season games for Denver, totaling 27 goals, five assists, 32 points, two PPgs, one PPA, and 17 ground balls… Posted six hat tricks on the season… Had three goals vs. Roch (5/17)… Scored three goals and two assists for a season-high five points at Cha. (6/7)… Scored a season-high four goals at Roch. (6/29)… Had the game-tying goal in the club’s semifinal win vs. N.Y. (8/16), setting up Jeremy Sieverts game-winning goal… Scored the MLL Championship game-winning goal with 56 seconds left vs. Roch. (8/23), securing the first-ever MLL Title for the Outlaws.

2013: Earned the MLL’s Most Improved Player of the Year award after he finished second on the Outlaws with 31 goals and 46 total points with those totals ranking sixth and seventh respectively… Ranked third on the team with 14 assists, which tied for 11th in the league… Posted the second-highest goal and point-total improvement among all MLL players from 2012 with a 21-goal increase and 34-point increase in 2013… Netted six hat tricks in 2013… Earned his first Player of the Game Award after scoring five goals on six shots at Bos. (5/11)… Picked up another Player of the Game honor with five goals, including one two-pointer, for a career-high six points vs. Bos. (5/31)… Scored four goals and assisted on two others to match his career high with six points vs. Ham. (6/8)… netted three goals vs. Ohio (6/22)… Posted three goals vs. N.Y. (7/4)… Tallied three goals vs. Che. (7/27)… Scored two goals and registered a career-best three assists in Denver’s regular-season finale at Ham. (8/10).

2012: Scored 10 goals with one two-pointer and one assist for 12 points, while adding 40 ground balls in 10 games with the Outlaws as a rookie… Ranked third in the league with a .526 shooting percentage… Set a career high with three goals at Bos. (7/19)… Appeared in both of Denver’s playoff games, picking up six ground balls.

Played 55 games (31 starts) at Maryland… Was a team captain for the Terrapins during his senior year in which he finished with 24 goals and seven assists for 31 points… Named to the 2012 NCAA All-Tournament Team… Totaled 49 goals and 16 assists (65 points) with 39 ground balls during his four-year career for the Terrapins… Earned the team’s Dan Snyder Award as the most improved player during his redshirt sophomore season.

Was a two-time US Lacrosse High School All-American at O’Dea High School in Seattle… Led the team in scoring all four years and helped lead the club to a combined 44-18 record over his four seasons… Totaled 155 goals, 99 assists and 306 ground balls during his high school career… Three-time first-team all-state member… Resides in Seattle, Wa., where he is the head coach and program manager for O’Dea High School and works for CitySide Lax, which offers lacrosse camps, clinics, leagues and lessons while providing a fun and instructional environment… The son of Kris and Jacqueline Snider, Drew Snider was born on March 14, 1988.


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