Introducing Bob Snider, a seasoned veteran and esteemed figure in the lacrosse community, and a NCAA Division I Bellarmine University graduate. Drafted 16th overall in the 2009 NLL Entry Draft, Bob has showcased his exceptional talent in the transition position over his impressive 11-year NLL career.
Bob’s lacrosse journey extends internationally, as he serves as the Head Coach for the Hong Kong Men’s Representative National Team and contributes as an NLL Scout for the San Diego Seals. As the ELEV8 Lacrosse Director of Player Development, he plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of the sport.
His career highlights include NLL Championships with the Calgary Roughnecks in 2019 and a finalist appearance with the Washington Stealth in 2013. Bob’s prowess as a face-off leader is evident in his impressive records, holding the NLL Face-off Leader title in 2013, 2012, and 2011, along with setting the Single Season Record for Face-off Wins in 2012. His impact goes beyond statistics, earning recognition as the WLA Fred Wooster Award recipient for Unsung Hero in 2008.
As a former Bellarmine Team Captain, Burnaby Jr. A Lakers Team Captain, and a vital part of championship-winning teams, Bob Snider’s legacy in lacrosse is marked by leadership, skill, and an unwavering commitment to the sport.
NCAA Team: Bellarmine University
NCAA Division: I
NLL Draft: 16th Overall, 2009 Entry Draft – NLL Historical Player Stats
NLL Team: Vancouver Warriors