Former IU great passes away due to COVID

by J.R. Eskilson
June 22, 2020
Former IU great passes away due to COVID

Indiana Men’s Soccer announced the passing of former great Ken Snow in a press release on Monday morning. Snow was 50 years old. 

“Ken [Snow] was the most highly decorated player to ever wear the IU uniform. He is the only player to have earned four first-team All-America selections and two National Player of the Year Awards,” former Indiana men’s soccer head coach Jerry Yeagley said of Snow in a press release. “He was the finest attacking player that I ever had the privilege of coaching.”

Snow holds the Indiana all-time career record in points (196) and goals scored (84), as well as the single season record for goals scored (28). He was part of the 1988 National Championship team with the Hoosiers. 

He was an All-American in 1987, 1988, 1989, and 1990 - the first four-time All-American for the Hoosiers. He was a two-time Herman Trophy Winner (1988 and 1990) - as the best player in college soccer. 

Michael Lewis of FrontRowSoccer reported that Snow passed away due to complications from COVID-19.

 
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