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  Garrett Snyder
School: Univ. of Southern California
Year: Senior
Home Town: Newport Beach, Calif.
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High School: Corona del Mar
Height: 6-0
Weight: 157 lbs.
Birth Date: Wednesday, April 25, 1984
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Public policy and development
Singles Record: 22-20
Doubles Record: 43-15

This Season: Garrett Snyder enters his second season at USC... Went 1-1 in singles during the fall and 0-1 in doubles with Adam Loucks.

2006: In his first season at USC after transferring from Texas, Snyder filled in at the No. 4, 5 and 6 singles slots during dual match play... Went 7-16 overall in singles and 4-10 in dual matches... Posted a 23-5 doubles record with Adam Loucks, going 10-0 at the No. 3 doubles position and 18-2 in dual matches with Loucks... Also paired up with Kaes Van’t Hof (1-0)... Fell in the Pac-10 doubles tournament first round with Loucks to No. 2 Gruendler/Kohloeffel of UCLA... Lost his first-round Pac-10 singles match to Stanford’s James Wan... Compiled a 3-3 record in the fall… Competed in the ITA/Regional Championships, Torero Challenge and in the No. 3 position against Notre Dame.

AT TEXAS: Snyder compiled a 9-10 singles record in 2004 and a 11-10 singles record in 2005… Tallied a 6-2 doubles record in 2004 and a 20-12 record in 2005… Compiled an overall singles mark of 20-20 and an overall doubles mark of 26-14.

HIGH SCHOOL: Snyder is a 2003 graduate of Carona del Mar High… A four-year letterwinner who played at No. 1 singles and doubles… A two-time CIF champion in doubles and a CIF finalist in singles… A 2003 high school All-American… Won the silver ball at Winter nationals… Named to the honor roll in 2003.

PERSONAL: Garrett Douglas Snyder was born on April 25, 1984 in Mission Viejo, Calif….The son of Doug and Terri Snyder, he has one sister, Taylynn, who is a sophomore on the USC women’s tennis team… Chose USC because "it is the best school in the country"… Lists Patrick Rafter and Stephan Edberg as his biggest sports heroes because they know how to play… A public policy and development major who would like to be a successful businessman after graduation.