Bob Snider set a new NLL record with 319 face-off wins in 2012 (Photo: Richard Olson).
2012 wasn't the best year in Stealth history to say the least. But no matter what the Stealth's record was like throughout the year, one thing remained a constant: Bobby Snider dominated in the face-off circle.
Snider had a career year. setting a new National Lacrosse League single season record with 319 face-off wins, eclipsing the previous record (set by his older brother Geoff) on the final face-off of the Stealth's 2012 season. Snider also set a new Stealth single-season loose balls record with 202 this season.
One of the more humble players in our sport, Bobby is quick to deflect the attention his recent accomplishments and focus his efforts on what needs to be done to make the Stealth a better team in 2013. But he deserves the credit, and All-Access host Mike Kennett wants to make sure he gets that credit on the first Stealth All-Access podcast of the offseason.
Snider gives his thoughts on beating his older brother's record, the struggles of the Stealth in 2012 and his very busy summer.