|Position:||Graduate Student Manager|
|Alma Mater:||Missouri State|
Bryonna Snow joined the Saint Louis women’s basketball staff this season as the Billikens’ graduate student manager.
Following a standout prep career at Blue Springs (Missouri) High School that included an All-State nod her senior campaign, Snow played one year at Cincinnati before transferring to play her final three seasons at Missouri State. She earned a starting spot as a sophomore and helped lead the Lady Bears to a 24-9 record, the Missouri Valley Conference regular-season title and the WNIT third round. Snow enjoyed her best individual season as a senior, leading Missouri State in rebounding (5.6 rpg) and ranking third on the team in scoring (11.1 ppg). She played in 86 games with 60 starting nods during her career.
Upon her 2014 graduation with a bachelor’s degree in sport administration, Snow played professional basketball in a variety of countries overseas. She served as assistant varsity girls’ basketball coach at Ruskin High School (Kansas City, Missouri) during the 2015-16 season and was a volunteer assistant women’s basketball coach at Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley in Kansas City during the 2016-17 season.
Snow’s father, Percy, was an All-America linebacker at Michigan State and a 1990 first-round draft choice of the Kansas City Chiefs. Her mother, Tyra, was a track and field athlete at Michigan State. Snow’s uncle, Eric Snow, was a standout guard at Michigan State and played 13 seasons in the NBA.
Snow is pursuing a master’s degree in leadership and organizational development at Saint Louis.