2013: The veteran faceoff specialist joined the Hounds for the final two regular season games of 2013 and was a difference maker in the team’s journey to the MLL Championship game. In those two games, Snider went 26-45 (57.8%) at the X. The magic continued in the postseason as he recorded a dominant 71.7 FO% (35-53) over the two games. Snider was key in the Hounds’ semifinal victory over the Outlaws, going 17-25 (68%) at the X.
2012: Snider was acquired by the Hounds midseason via a trade with the Hamilton Nationals, however he was unable to join the team until the final game of the season due to coaching commitments. In that game, Snider went 18-28 at the X for a 64.3 FO%.
2011: The FOGO played eight regular-season games for the Nationals, and went 107-196 at the X (54.5 FO%) with five goals and two assists. In two postseason games, Snider went 27-46 at the X (58.7 FO%) and tallied an assist.
2010: In 10 games with the Nationals, Snider went 133-274 at the X (48.5 FO%) and added four goals plus five assists.
2009: Following a trade to the Toronto Nationals, Snider played in all 12 regular-season games, earning a 50.6 FO% by going 195-385 at the X. He also tallied 12 goals, including one 2-pointer, and eight assists. Additionally, Snider was 10-28 at the X (35.7 FO%) and recorded a goal in two postseason games en route to winning the MLL Championship.
2008: Snider appeared in all 12 regular-season games with the Outlaws, going 175-363 at the X (48.2 FO%) and recording nine goals plus one assist.
2007: The FOGO played in 10 games with the Outlaws, recording a 55.6 FO% by going 188-338 at the X. In addition, Snider tallied eight goals and six assists.
2006: Snider was drafted by the Denver Outlaws in the second round (17th overall) of the 2006 MLL Collegiate Draft. He appeared in three regular-season games that season, going 9-28 at the X for a 32.1 FO%. Snider also tallied one goal. In two postseason games, Snider was 10-28 at the X (35.7 FO%) and added one goal.
Other Pro Experience: Snider has played eight seasons in the National Lacrosse League (2007-present) and has been a member of Team Canada since 2006. He also plays Canadian Box Lacrosse.
Collegiate: A USILA Third Team All-American at Denver, Snider's 194 groundballs in 2006 set the single-season record for the NCAA. He also had a 684 FO% that year and held the highest average groundballs per game in a season with 11.41.