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Emily Snodgrass
Emily  Snodgrass


Eagan, Minn.

High School:




Belanger, Snodgrass Earn WHEA Weekly Awards

Third DPOW for Belanger, Fourth ROTW for Snodgrass.


UConn Hosts Two at Home

Huskies take on Syracuse and Colgate at Freitas


UConn Battles In 3-1 Setback To No. 1 Boston College In WHEA Semis

Kayla Campero scored for the Huskies and Elaine Chuli made 51 saves in the setback


Six Huskies Tally In 6-2 Victory At Maine

UConn finished fifth in Hockey East following the regular season finale


UConn Ties Northeastern, 2-2, On Senior Day

Kayla Campero and Sarah MacDonnell each had two points for UConn


UConn vs Northeastern

UConn vs Northeastern (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs UNH

UConn vs UNH Women's Hockey


UConn vs Vermont

UConn vs Vermont Women's Hockey


UConn vs Yale

UConn vs Yale Women's Hockey


UConn vs Minnesota Duluth

UConn vs Minnesota Duluth Women's Hockey

2014-15: Played in all 37 contests…UConn’s top goal-scorer with 15 tallies on the year, including five on the power play…finished overall with a 15-9-24 scoring line, second on the squad…ended her UConn career ninth in points (70) and seventh in goals (31) on the all-time list…had a multi-point outing with a goal and an assist at Union (Oct. 10)…scored twice in a win at Colgate (Oct. 18)…scored a shorthanded empty-netter against Yale (Nov. 29)…finished a two-game sweep of Vermont (Jan. 10 and 11) with a 3-1-4 scoring line…notched two assists vs. Northeastern (Feb. 14)…assisted on UConn’s goal in the WHEA semifinals against No. 1 Boston College (March 7).

2013-14: Played in all 35 games and finished third on the team with 11 assists and fourth with 15 points...scored a short-handed goal against RPI (Oct. 25)..had a two-point outing against the Engineers with a goal and an assist the next night (Oct. 26)...had a three-game point streak with two goals and an assist from Nov. 24 to Nov. 30.

2012-13: Played in all 35 games for the Huskies... totaled 11 points on three goals and eight assists... notched two points on one goal and an assist in a 4-4 tie at RPI (Oct. 5)... scored a power play goal and added an assist in a 2-2 tie against St. Lawrence (Nov. 18).

2011-12: Skated in all 34 games as a freshman...led the Huskies with 21 points on nine goals and 12 assists, all team-highs...named the Pro Ambition/Hockey East Rookie of the Week for the weeks ending Nov. 21 and Feb. 6...first collegiate point came with a power play goal and an assist in a 3-3 tie at Clarkson (Oct. 9)...recorded a second straight multi-point game with a second power play goal and an assist against No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth (Oct. 14)...first career multi-goal came with a pair of scores at No. 5 Boston University (Nov. 19)...registered a five-game point-scoring streak between Nov. 19 and Dec. 3 and recorded at least one point in eight of nine games through Jan. 10...netted third power play goal of the season in a 3-1 win over Yale (Nov. 26) in the Nutmeg Classic consolation round, hosted by UConn...netted herteam-leading fourth power play score at No. 7 Northeastern (Feb. 4)...tallied a goal and an assist in a 6-3 win over New Hampshire (Feb. 5)...found the back of the net for the ninth time of the season at No. 9 Boston University (Feb. 19)...named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Before UConn: Four-time All-Conference selection...graduated as the all-time leading scorer at Eastview with 97 goals and 91 assists...led the South Suburban conference in goals as a senior, receiving Star Tribune All-Metro and Pioneer Press, Associated Press and Minnesota Coaches All-State Honorable Mention accolades...named team MVP...played three seasons in the Upper Midwest Elite League...also played lacrosse at Eastview, earning MVP, All-Conference and All-Academic honors...graduated as the all-time leading goal scorer...named Eastview's Scholar Athlete of the Year...graduated with Highest Honors.

Personal: Emily Jo...daughter of Joe and Nancy Snodgrass...has one brother, John and one sister, Natalie...born on Nov. 15, allied health sciences major.