(New Orleans, La.) Loyola University New Orleans shortstop Brandon Snow was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Baseball team for the 2012-13 school year.
Snow was one of nine members of the District IV team, College Division. The junior is a Criminal Justice major. The New Orleans native played in high school for Archbishop Shaw where he was coached by current Loyola head coach Doug Faust.
“Brandon is such a competitor on the field and in the classroom. He does whatever it takes to get the job done. He works very hard and is an example to the rest of the team. It was a pleasure coaching him in high school and I am happy to have the opportunity to do it again here at Loyola,” said coach Faust.
Snow started 46 games for the Wolf Pack this season. He led the team in batting average with a .310 mark for the season. He scored 27 runs and knocked in 20 while primarily batting in the first or second spot in the lineup. He set the table for the rest of the team with a .408 on-base percentage. His .424 slugging percentage was driven by 13 doubles, one triple, and one home run on the season. He tallied 67 total bases and was 12 for 13 in steal attempts.