Bryan Snyder

HometownSimla, Colo.
Prev. SchoolSimla HS


                        |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
Season  GP-GS  Min--Avg  FG-FGA   Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct  FT-FTA   Pct  Off Def  Tot  Avg  PF FO   A  TO Blk Stl  Pts  Avg
2006-07 27-0   335 12.4  46-97   .474  16-46   .348  32-39   .821   20  63   83  3.1  46  0  15  22   1   9  140  5.2
2005-06  26-17 530 20.4  66-129  .512  36-76   .474  35-43   .814   18  51   69  2.7  69  5   9  31   5   7  203  7.8


2006-07: Played in 27 games ... Had a season total 140 points, 83 rebounds, 15 assists, nine steals, and one blocked shot ... Had a season-high 16 points against Northern Colorado on Nov. 17 ... Had a career-high nine rebounds against Menlo College on Nov. 25 ... Had a career-high three assists on two separate occasions.

2005-06: Was third on the team in scoring averaging 7.8 points per game ... Played in 26 games and started 17 ... Ranked second in 3-point field goal percentage in the Rocky Mountain Atheltic Conferene ... Ranked 20th in the RMAC for 3-point field goals made ... Finished the season with five blocks, 69 rebounds, and 203 total points ... Went 36-for-76 from three-point range and had a team-best .474 average from behind the arch ... Averaged 2.7 rebounds per game ... Scored a career-high 19 points Dec. 10 against Fort Hays State ... Had a then career-high seven rebounds Jan. 20 against Western State

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Dominated as a senior at Class 2A Simla, averaging 21.6 points and 10.6 rebounds per contest... Earned all-conference honors in baseball, basketball, and football ... Was named all-state in football his junior and senior years ... Lettered four years in baseball ... Lettered three years in basketball ... Lettered four years in football.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Plans to major in Nutrition and Excercise Science ... Enjoys all sports ... Has one sister, Raelynn ... Parents are Al and Sue Snyder ... Born December 17, 1986.

Stories featuring Bryan Snyder

January 30, 2007Regis controls tempo, scores upset over UCCSCOLORADO SPRINGS- In a game of tempo, slow-down Regis came out on top.
January 23, 2007UCCS finishes season sweep of Colorado CollegeCOLORADO SPRINGS-Patrick Hannaway scored 31 points to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 94-69 victory and a season sweep of intra-city rival Colorado College Tuesday at Reid Gymnasium.
January 21, 2007UCCS' four-game win streak ends at KearneyIt took a miserable 28.8 percent shooting night to do it but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' four-game win streak came to an end Saturday with an 85-54 loss to the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers at Kearney, Neb.
December 3, 2006UCCS tops Panhandle, matches best startGUNNISON- Oklahoma Panhandle State proved that Patrick Hannaway could be slowed down. The Mountain Lions proved that it didn't matter.
November 25, 2006Defense leads UCCS to 3-0 startCOLORADO SPRINGS- Friday, it was the offense that led the way. Saturday, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs showed off its defense.
November 17, 2006Caton notches first winGreeley- The Russ Caton Era began with a bear market.
November 1, 2006Lions fade late against Division I Weber StateJoe Scott had 17 points but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was worn down in the end by the Division I Weber State Wildcats in an 86-67 exhibition loss Wednesday at Ogden, Utah.
October 18, 2006Big production comes from small townsAt most universities, the start of basketball season is an exciting time. UCCS is no exception as far as excitement is concerned. And fans will have the opportunity to display their excitement for the men's and women's basketball teams at the "Moonlight Madness" celebration Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the Lions' Den.
October 17, 2006Men's basketball season previewThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has long desired a strong, stable men's basketball program around which the campus community could rally. After 15 seasons and only one winning season, that desire has turned into a whim for many, like the treasured but unattainable bicycle behind the store window.
January 24, 2006UCCS drops fourth straightMountain Lions- fans have yet to see any victories since interim coach Doug Schakel took over the team just over a week ago. Schakel, however, has.
January 20, 2006Four days not enough as UCCS falls to Western StateApparently, four days just wasn't quite enough.
January 11, 2006Mountain Lions get Kirkham win No. 300Stephen Kirkham's 300th collegiate basketball victory came in a game he never wanted to coach in the first place.
January 5, 2006Second-half collapse cages Mountain LionsAmong history's most infamous collapses are the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome roof, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and Pauly Shore's career. Add to that list the Mountain Lions' second-half performance on Thursday.
December 28, 2005Good performance not enough against Division I CSUWell, that's enough of that - at least for now.
December 16, 2005Halftime deficit too much to overcome in loss to RegisDENVER- Patrick Hannaway had 26 points and 11 rebounds but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was unable to overcome a halftime deficit in an 84-78 loss to the Regis Rangers Friday night at Regis Fieldhouse.
December 10, 2005Career highs not enough to stop TigersDespite career highs from both Patrick Hannaway and Bryan Snyder the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was beaten 86-59 by the Fort Hays State Tigers Saturday night at the Lions' Den.
December 5, 2005Wyoming drops UCCS to 0-4Don Quixote has nothing on the Mountain Lions.
November 15, 2005Men's basketball drops openerThe Mountain Lions got a taste of the future Tuesday night, but ended up with a result of the past.
November 13, 2005Men's basketball previewNever have meaningless exhibition games been more meaningful to a basketball program. At least that's what the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is hoping.
November 12, 2005UCCS impressive, but drops final exhibitionPatrick Hannaway took the inbounds pass with four seconds remaining. He went left to avoid one Denver defender, then sprinted right, across the midcourt stripe, to elude another pursuing guard. He deked 6-foot-11 center Yemi Nicholson then set himself to fire the tying 3-pointer against the Division I Pioneers.
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