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Tiffany Snow

Tiffany Snow

  • Sport: Olympic Field Hockey
  • Nation: United States of America
  • DOB: Dec. 2, 1981
  • Position: Forward
  • Height: 5-foot-6
  • College: Old Dominion '03
  • Collegiate Career: 1999 - Started 21 of 24 games as a freshman. ... Scored eight goals and added six assists. ... Earned All-Colonial Athletic Association Second Team honors. ... 2000 - Helped Old Dominion to the NCAA National Championship. ... Scored 17 goals with 10 assists. ... All-CAA first team. ... Named to the NCAA All-Tournament team. ... 2001 - National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-American First Team selection. ... All-South Regional First Team selection. ... Scored 16 goals with nine assists. ... 2002 - Recipient of the Honda Award as the nation's top field hockey player. ... NFHCA All-American First Team selection. ... CAA Player of the Year. ... CAA Tournament MVP. ... All-CAA first team. ... Scored 30 goals with 15 assists. ... Portsmouth Sports Club Female College Athlete of the Year.
  • International Career: 2003 - Named to U.S. National Team. ... Named to the U.S. Under-23 team. ... 2004 - U.S. National Team. ... Earned first career senior team cap against Ireland (1/14/04). ... 2005 - USA National Team. ... Scored two goals at the Champions Challenge in games against Japan and New Zealand. ... 2006 - U.S. National Team. ... Participated in Argentina Four Nations Tournament, where U.S. placed fourth. ... Participated in World Cup qualifying Tournament, where U.S. placed fourth. ... Helped U.S. place sixth at the World Cup. ... Scored game-winning goal in 1-0 World Cup win over Germany. ... 2007 - Participated on Chile Four Nations Team Championships, where U.S. finished first. ... Selected to ATA Holdings Champions Challenge Team. ... Named U.S. captain for the Champions Challenge. ... Participated in Pan American Games, where U.S. finished second. ... Ranked among scoring leaders at Pan American Games with four goals scored. ... Named to Pan American Elite Team. ... 2008 - Participated in Argentina Four Nations Tournament, where U.S. placed third.
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