Skyler Snider talks freshman season, future

Skyler Snider (left) talks about her future with Dave Griek (KHGI)

Skyler Snider turned her extremely productive career at Kearney High School into a Division I scholarship at Seton Hall University.

After one season playing with the Pirates, Snider is transferring to Daytona State College for her sophomore season. Snider can opt back in to the Big East by taking this route. If she chose to transfer to a Big East school immediately, she would not be granted her release by Seton Hall and could not play for suitors from her former conference.

Snider averaged 2.6 points and 2.1 rebounds in her lone season in South Orange, N.J. In her first 12 games played, Snider only reached double digit minutes two times. One of those came against Minnesota, when she lead the Hall with 10 points. Starting Jan. 13, the former Bearcat had a stretch of six out of seven times when she logged at least 13 minutes, including a start versus Georgetown and Villanova in consecutive games. Snider's best game during this time was a 4-7 shooting performance at then #17 DePaul for nine points and seven rebounds.

Her minutes dropped precipitously after a game at Creighton, playing 13 over the next four games and didn't see the floor in the Pirates lone victory at the Big East tournament.

Snider talks about her next steps in the video below.

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