The Loomis Chaffee School
Student-athletes cap careers with Vanderbilt degrees
Ceremony recognizes outstanding Commodore student-athletes
Thursday’s match will be televised nationwide on the SEC Network
Danielle Snajder helped the Commodores amass over 200 hours of community service.
The Vanderbilt soccer team takes on Auburn Thursday on Senior Night.
2017: Did not see game action as a senior.
2016: Named to 2016 SEC Community Service Team… Earned playing time in three competitions throughout her junior season for the Commodores… Competed against Jackson State, Murray State and Ole Miss.
2015: Joined the team as a walk-on during second week of season... Added to full roster in September... Did not see game action but valuable member as practice player to help with depth... Transfer from George Washington.
2014: Played in two games at George Washington.
High School: Four-year varsity player and two-year captain of The Loomis Chaffee squad...Guided team to runner-up status at 2011 New England Championship...Named to Connecticut Prep School All-State Team during junior and senior seasons... Two-time Western New England Prep School Association All-Star selection... Won the Coaches Award as a junior and was named team MVP as a senior...Recipient of 2012 Outstanding Junior Athlete Award...Also competed for SoccerPlus Connecticut ECNL (ECNL)...Tabbed an ECNL regional player...Honor Roll student...Participated on history, science and math teams.
Personal: Born Danielle Elizabeth Snajder on Jan. 11, 2996 in Palos Heights, IL...Daughter of Kathleen and Glen Snajder...Has two younger brothers, Michael and Alden, and two older sisters, Amanda, who competed in track and field at Yale, and Kathleen, who rows at Connecticut.