1988 & 1990 MAC Hermann Trophy Winner
College: Indiana University
Hometown: Hoffman Estates, IL
Ken Snow attended Indiana University where, in addition to being a two-time MAC Hermann Trophy winner he was a four-time, first-team All American. In 1988 he also won the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship. He finished his college playing career with 84 goals and 28 assists and a school record 196 points.
After leaving Indiana, Snow signed with the Miami Freedom of the American Professional Soccer League where he scored five goals in eleven games. He was then drafted by the Chicago Power of the indoor National Professional Soccer League (NPSL). Snow played four seasons with the Power, his most productive coming during the 1994-1995 season when he led his team in scoring with 56 goals in 40 games. The next leading scorer, Tony Sanneh, had 27 goals. This led to his selection as an NPSL All Star at the February 1995 All Star game. Snow would continue to move amongst professional indoor teams in the United States, eventually playing for the Detroit Neon, the Tampa Bay Terror, the St. Louis Steamers, and the Philadelphia Kixx.
Snow had two caps for the US National team in 1988. He also had brief stints with the Kansas City Wiz and Chicago Fire in 1996 and 1998. He currently runs a goal scoring focused soccer camp in the Chicago area. (kensnowsoccercamps.com)