Diving coach Brad Snodgrass has been mentoring divers for over 30 years and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Jumbo Diving Team.
Snodgrass has coached numerous conference champions and NCAA All-Americans during his collegiate coaching career, including three NCAA National Champions. At Tufts, he has been recognized as NESCAC Conference Coach of the Year more than five times by his fellow coaches, and coached All-American Jumbos Kendall Swett and Johann Schmidt to a combined seven NCAA National titles.
Previously, Snodgrass has coached diving at MIT and Northeastern University. While at Northeastern, he was named America East Coach of the Year four times, and coached All-Americans to top 16 NCAA finishes six times. At MIT, he was voted NEWMAC Coach of the year five times and has had numerous conference champions, as well as two NCAA champions.
For the past 10 years Snodgrass has also coached Medford area youth diving, and has produced numerous MIAA state high school and AAU national champions.
Before earning a Biology degree at Tufts, Snodgrass attended Columbia where he dove for US National Team coach Jim Stillson. He swam and dove for Concord-Carlisle High School under the tutelage of MIAA Hall of Fame swimming coach Jerry Moss and former Harvard and Olympic coach John Walker. Snodgrass was the 1980 AAU and New England High School diving champion.
During the day, Snodgrass works as an Analytical Chemist at a pharmaceutical research company and has been active in USA Diving. Brad lives in Watertown with his wife, Alexandra, and their daughter, Melia.