14 Bryan Snyder
14 Bryan Snyder
Height: 6-0
Weight: 190
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Walnut Creek, Calif.
High School: Las Lomas HS
Position: Attacker


Attended Las Lomas High School…Played for coach Steve “Skip” Mann…Led his team to the 2010 North Coast Section Division II Championship and was named the NCS Division II Most Valuable Player…Selected as the 2010 Contra Costa Times East Bay Water Polo Athlete of the Year, named a California-Hawaii First Team All-American and a National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association Second Team All-American…Led the Knights with 121 goals and 71 steals on his way to team Most Valuable Player honors in 2010…As a junior, he earned All-NCS First Team and California-Hawaii Fourth Team All-American honors…He led the team with 121 goals, 56 steals and earned MVP honors…After scoring a team-leading 95 goals paired with 64 steals his sophomore year, he earned All-NCS Second Team and California-Hawaii 10th Team All-American accolades…Was a three-time All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League First Team selection…Tallied a team-best 75 goals and 60 steals in his first season with the Knights…Set Las Lomas school records in career goals (412), career assists (156) and ranks second in career steals (251)…His 121 goals scored in both his junior and senior years are a single season school record…Was also a four-year varsity letterwinner in swimming.

Competed with Lamorinda Water Polo Club…Took fourth place at the 2010 National Junior Olympics. 

Bryan Terrence Snyder was born on Aug. 23, 1993 in Walnut Creek, Calif.…Parents are Michael Snyder and Susan Broadway…Has an older brother, Douglas…Is majoring in history at UCSB…Names his parents and his brother as his heroes because, “they have supported me in everything”…Favorite athlete is Buster Posey…Most memorable athletic achievement was winning NCS his senior year of high school…Names “American Psycho” as his favorite movie while “The Catcher in the Rye” is his favorite book…Enjoys the music of Wiz Khalifa…Interests include sleeping, surfing and longboarding.