Courtney Snyder enters her first season
as a undergraduate assistant for head coach Kelly
Ford. The Chino Hills, Calif., native played three seasons for the
Titans and was a team manager one season. She helped the Titans
finish her senior season .500 (28-28) and a third place finish in
the Big West. Snyder will help assist bullpens and the
CAL STATE FULLERTON CAREER
SENIOR (2013): Appeared in 23 games
this season, primarily as a pinch hitter...hit .227 (5-22) with one
RBI and one run scored this season...had her best performance of
the season on senior day (May 11) against Cal State Northridge when
she went 1-for-2 with a run scored...had hits in five different
games this season.
JUNIOR (2012): Appearing primarily as a pinch
hitter, Snyder played in 10 games, starting two games...hit .308
(4-for-13) in those contests with two runs, two RBI's, and one
walk...logged her first career hit against Cal State Northridge,
going 1-for-3 with a run...had her best performance as a designated
hitter against Big West opponent UC Davis, going 2-for-3 with a run
Joined the Titans' roster in 2010 as a freshman, but did not
appear in a game...spent the 2011 season as the team manager.
CHINO HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
Played three seasons for the Huskies at catcher and third
base...did not play softball as a senior, but did compete for the
track and field squad in the shot put and discus.
Mother is Phyllis...has a younger brother,
Randy...intends to major in nursing...also considered Midland
College in Texas, Lawrence University in Wisconsin, and Alcorn
State...four-year honor roll student...played travel ball for the
So Cal Dynasty.