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Andrew Snyder Inducted into NSSHOF During Eastern National Championships
Aug. 1, 2019
Andrew Snyder with his family during the NSSHOF Induction Cereomy at the 2019 Eastern National Championships
Andrew Snyder, of New Jersey, was officially inducted into the National Senior Softball Hall of Fame (NSSHOF) during the Eastern National Championships in Loudoun County, VA.
The ceremony took place on Saturday afternoon, Aug. 3, at Potomack Lakes Sportsplex in Sterling, VA.
Snyder is a long-time member of Sweet Construction, playing on the 50, 55 and 60 age teams.
He began his senior softball career with Promotion Sportswear and later played with Thermco/Connecticut Sportsplex, before joining Sweet Construction.
From 2002-2012, Snyder accumulated nine points towards the NSSHOF criteria, earning All-Tournament selections in world tournaments across the various senior softball associations.
“Andy is a team player and professional in his approach to the game,” said Mark “Boo” Canegallo, a 2009 NSSHOF inductee. “His contributions with the bat and his outstanding defense are major factors in the success of Sweet Construction.”
Gary Richter, a 2011 NSSHOF inductee, says, “Andrew is one of the best players I have ever played with and against.”
Charles “Chip” Cregar, a 2007 NSSHOF inductee, adds, “Andrew is a great player, a fantastic teammate, but more importantly an incredible person.”