Kevin Snyder
Kevin Snyder
Email: Kevin_Snyder@brown.edu
Position: Assistant Coach

Kevin Snyder joins the Brown coaching staff for the 2012-2013 season following a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Williams.  He also spent the 2009-10 season as the Director of Basketball Operations at The College of William & Mary. 

"Kevin is a highly intelligent individual, who has already accomplished a great deal in a short amount of time in this profession,” said Brown head coach Mike Martin. “He's extremely energetic, organized, and passionate about the game of basketball.  Our program is fortunate to have Kevin on board."


In 2010-2011, Snyder helped Williams compile a record of 29-3, going undefeated in NESCAC regular season play and advancing to the National Semifinals.

A 2009 Williams graduate with a degree in art and psychology, Snyder 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), three-pointers made (66) and assists (96). He scored a career-high 30 points on three occasions as a senior, helping Williams to a 17-9 overall mark and a 6-3 conference ledger.

The Littleton, Colo., 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. Snyder also found success in the classroom, earning Second-Team ESPN The Magazine Academic District I honors as a senior, and twice earning Academic All-NESCAC accolades.

Snyder played at Heritage High School in Littleton, Colo., 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.