Continuing the legacy of
Dan Snyder

Dan Snyder Memorial Scholarship

2012 Scholarship Winners

On a lovely day in early August, Graham and LuAnn Snyder were pleased to present the Dan Snyder Memorial Scholarship to two deserving 2012 recipients. Read more about each of the recipients below.

Andrew Smith
A fourth-year Sugar King and a Kitchener native, Andrew Smith had a terrific final season with the Sugar Kings. As the Kings' star forward, he scored 44 goals and notched 34 assists in 49 games. Smith has graduated out of the Junior hockey system and will be attending the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in September studying marketing and playing for the Division 3 Plattsburgh Cardinals.

Samantha Nosal

Samantha Nosal was named in the Woolwich Community open category. In an exciting year as a member of the St. Clements ringette association, the team won the nationals and will be competing in the world championships for London, Ontario in December. Nosal is also a member of the Canadian Junior ringette team. She will attend the University of Waterloo in the fall to study accounting and financial management.



Click here for winners from previous years.


About the Dan Snyder Memorial Scholarship

In October 2003, local hockey hero Dan Snyder succumbed to injuries as a result of a car crash in Atlanta, Georgia. Shortly thereafter, using funds raised by the NHLPA and other donors, the Dan Snyder Memorial Scholarship Fund was born.
Click here for details about applying for the scholarship.