Kennedy Catholic High School announced this week that it has hired Alvin Snow, Jr. as its new Head Boys Basketball Coach.

Snow joins the Lancer Family with a distinguished resume and deep roots in the Seattle basketball community.

Snow was a standout at Franklin High School where he was named 4A State Player of The Year his senior year in 2000 and later inducted into the Franklin Hall of Fame in 2019. 

Snow’s talents took him to Eastern Washington University (EWU), where he had a storied career. As a player, Snow earned First Team All-Big Sky Conference three years in a row (2002-2004), as well as Big Sky Conference Player of the Year in 2004. That same year, Snow was named AP All-American, the first such honor for a player in program history. Snow graduated from EWU with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.

Snow played professionally for 10 years, traveling to 30+ countries throughout his professional career. After ending his playing career in 2014, Snow began his new career as a player representative in Seattle, helping many players further their basketball careers professionally. In 2019, Snow became the CEO of Worldwide Sports Management.

Snow has been an integral part of the Eastside Catholic basketball program since 2015 and helped the Crusaders to the state championship in 2024, the first in program history. Snow has also coached in the CrawsOver Pro-Am League, one of the largest summer leagues, with many top NBA players participating.

Alvin Snow, Jr. and his wife Trina, reside in Kent, WA, and have three sons – Christian, Deonte, Dominic, and a daughter, Analiyah.

About Kennedy Catholic High School

Kennedy Catholic High School is an Archdiocesan, co-ed high school located in Burien, Washington, whose mission is to cultivate a diverse community of learners who encounter Christ, pursue excellence, and lead with love. 

More info at https://www.kennedyhs.org/.

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