CHESTERTOWN, Md.— Washington College's head coach Lacey Lister recently announced that four-year softball starter Sally Snover has been hired as an assistant coach for the Shorewomen's spring season.
Snover, whose name appeared on every line-up card turned in by the Washington College softball team for the past four years, graduated in May 2012 with a B.A. in Psychology for the College.
Snover was a third-base fixture for the Shorewomen throughout her four-year career, starting all 152 games during that span, holding the school record for career at bats (429), and setting the single-season school record for walks with 26 in 2011. Snover was named to the All-Centennial Conference first team as a sophomore and the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team as a junior and senior, in addition to earning a spot on the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll three years in a row.
Snover finished her collegiate softball career with 121 hits, 72 RBI, 83 runs scored, and 48 walks, making her one of the more productive offensive players in team history. Snover also helped the Shorewomen reach the Centennial Conference Championship game for the first time ever this year and matched their 21-win record for victories in a single season.