Kyle Sniatecki
Kyle  Sniatecki


Depew, N.Y.

High School:





Men's Soccer Receives Year-End Academic Honors

Herd Has 11 Players Earn C-USA Academic Recognition


Herd Student-Athletes' Academics Recognized by C-USA

165 Marshall student-athletes were named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll


Three Goals Not Enough as Herd Falls to SMU 3-4

Marshall Eliminated in Quarterfinals


Herd Faces No. 22 UCF in Regular Season Finale

Marshall Hoping to Clinch 3rd Place


Sam Hood Field to Host Final Game

Herd Celebrates Senior Night

2011 (Senior):Games Played/Started: 17/12... Appeared in every game for the Herd... Scored the team's first home goal of the season with a 35-yard blast over the Oakland keeper in a 3-1 win... Accrued a season total of 2 points from the 1 goal... Took 7 shots with 3 going on goal... As a defensive midfielder Sniatecki helped the team post 4 shutouts... Served as co-captain through the season... C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2010 (Junior): Games Played/Started: 11/3...Registered a goal and an assist in a 3-0 win against Shawnee State...recorded the game-tieing assist against Oral Roberts...finished the season with one goal and two assists.

2009 (Sophomore): Played in 15 games and started five...had the game-winning assist in a 2-1 win at FIU.

2008 (Freshman): Played 15 games at defense for The Herd and started eight games...was named to the Dean's List.

Prior to Marshall: Two-year captain at Depew High School...named to the first-team three different years...garnered a spot on the All-Western New York First-Team his senior season...selected as the Athlete of the Week during her junior campaign...played for the Buffalo United and guided his club team to the State Cup Championship as a captain...played region one team for two years included trips to Germany and England... also captained the Western Appalachian League Champions, Rochester FC...participated in the Adidas ESP in 2007...member of the NY-West ODP State Team for four years.

Personal: Born May 23, 1990...parents David and Gayle Sniatecki.