Tim Snyder joined the Hood cross country and track and field coaching staff as an assistant for the 2011-12 season.
Snyder is a 2008 graduate of McDaniel College who competed for the Green Terror cross country and track and field squads throughout his four-year career. He was honored with the Brian Russo Memorial Award for excellence in academics and intercollegiate athletics as a junior named to the all-Centennial Conference sportsmanship team. As a senior, Snyder was named to the all-Centennial Conference sportsmanship team and was bestowed with the Charles W. Havens Award, given to the senior student-athlete with commendable achievement and humanitariansim.
After graduating magna cum laude from McDaniel with a degree in art with a concentration in graphic design and a minor in sports coaching, Snyder served a graduate assistant in the McDaniel athletic department for two years. He earned his master's degree in art education for grades K-12 from McDaniel's nationally accredited program for elementary and secondary education. Snyder was also an assistant cross country and track and field coach at Francis Scott Key High School for one season.
Snyder recently secured teaching positions at North Frederick Elementary School and Oakdale Elementary School teaching elementary art.