Former Sahuaro and Arizona pitcher Gina Snyder coaches Bradenton Slice to third place finish

Gina Snyder at far left. (Bradenton Slice Photo)

Former Sahuaro and University of Arizona pitcher Gina Snyder coached the Bradenton Slice to a third place finish in the Florida Gulf Coast League. Bradenton is one of 10 teams in the collegiate summer league located in Florida.

Seeded No. 7 in the playoff bracket, Bradenton went 4-2 in the playoffs including three victories in the elimination bracket. The regular season ran from June 16 – July 14 and the playoffs took place from July 17 – 20.

Snyder is also a volunteer assistant coach with North Florida.


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