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Mr. Jared Snyder

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Head Coach

Phone: (714) ***-****x****  HQ Phone
Valencia High School
500 North Bradford Avenue
Placentia , California 92870
United States

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Employment History


  • Saugus High School
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Valencia High School Staff, 28 May 2014 [cached]
Jared Snyder
Mr. Snyder's Website
Valencia High School, 4 Oct 2013 [cached]
Jared Snyder Valencia High School
Jared Snyder, 1998-present, is the head coach of the Valencia High School baseball program. Snyder, a Nichols State alumnus (1993), has built Valencia into one of the perennial powers in Southern California. He has taken probably one of the worst facilities in California and turned it into one of the top in the nation.
Under his guidance, Valencia has won Foothill League Titles (02, 03, 04, 06, 07 , 09, 10, 11) 2002 was the schools first baseball title. In 2003 his team reached the CIF Semifinals for the first time in school history and finished the season as the 14th ranked team in the State of California. In 2006 the Vikings set records for both Wins Overall (25) and League Wins (14), Fielding % (.979%), ERA (1.96) and won at one point 15 games in a row.
A native of Southern California, Snyder grew up in the Santa Clarita Valley and attended Saugus High School. Coach Snyder was a 3 sport athlete at Saugus playing Football, Basketball, and Baseball all 4 years in high school. While at Saugus, Snyder earned All Golden League honors in both Football (Quarterback)and Baseball (Catcher). In 1988 Snyder was selected to the Bernie Milligan All-Star Game, named the Santa Clarita Valley's Athlete of the Year, and was selected by the Montreal Expos in the 49th Round of the June Free Agent Draft.
Coach Snyder began his collegiate career at Cal Poly SLO, where he was on the Div. II National Championship team in 1989. While at Cal Poly he earned All CCAA 1st Team Honors in 1991 along with 1st Team All Western Regional and 1st Team All Western Region. In 1992 he was selected to Collegiate Baseball's Pre-Season All-American team before transferring to Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana.
At Nicholls State Coach Snyder led his team to the 1992 Mid East Regional with a 36-18 record and earned 2nd Team All Southland Conference. This was only the 2nd time Nicholls had ever reached a Div. I Regional. In 1993 Snyder earned 1st Team All Southland Conference, 1st Team All Louisiana, 2nd Team All Southern Region, and won the Ray E. Didier award given to the top student athlete at the University. In June he was drafted in the 35th round by the Chicago Cubs.
Snyder spent the better part of 4 seasons in the Cubs farm system.
Snyder's coaching career, began at Nicholls State under the legendary Mike Knight, where he served as the catching and assistant pitching coach in 1993-1994 in the Fall/Winter. In 1995 he became the catching and hitting instructor at The Master's College under Jack Mutz in the Fall/Winter. Snyder in 96 then became the Assistant Head Coach at Hart High School leading Hart to a Foothill League Title and a CIF Quarterfinal appearance. In 1998 Snyder accepted the Head Coaching position at Valencia High.
Snyder and his wife Kim have two children Brooks Wesley and Addison Lane.
According to the Los Angeles County ... [cached]
According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, a seven-count felony complaint was filed Thursday against former Valencia High School varsity baseball coach Jared Snyder.
Deputies explained the complaint accused Snyder of misappropriation of public funds by a public officer, embezzlement by a public officer and grand theft by embezzlement.
In late 2013, parents from Valencia High School accused Snyder of committing financial wrongdoing.
These allegations prompted the William S. Hart School District to conduct an audit of the school baseball program to determine if there was evidence of misconduct by staff members.
The audit revealed substantial evidence that suggested Snyder had been misappropriating funds from the high school's associated student body by submitting fraudulent reimbursements, authorities explained.
In March 2014, the LASD's Fraud & Cyber Crimes Bureau began a 10 month investigation based on the results of the school district's audit.
During this time, Snyder subsequently took a sudden, surprise leave of absence amongst speculation in the investigation.
Detectives learned that Snyder had opened a second bank account in the name of Valencia Diamond Club, without notifying the district.
Money deposited into this account reportedly came from fundraisers and donations intended for the Valencia High School baseball program.
According to deputies, Snyder is accused of making monthly payments to his personal credit cards from this bank account for charges that were unrelated to the school's baseball program.
The audit also revealed that Snyder sought reimbursement for items previously reimbursed by the school's student body.
In total, $8,000 in fraudulent cash reimbursements were allegedly embezzled by Snyder from the ASB.
Now-ex Valencia baseball coach ..., 21 Jan 2015 [cached]
Now-ex Valencia baseball coach Jared Snyder, seen in blue shirt at right, pleaded not guilty on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, to charges that he embezzled $10,000 to $15,000 from the school and the team's booster club. (April 15, 2011 file photo by Michael Owen Baker/Los Angeles Daily News)
Jared Scott Snyder, 44, was charged with one count each of misappropriation, embezzlement by a public officer and embezzlement by a private officer, along with four counts of grand theft, according to the District Attorneys Office.
According to prosecutors, Snyder allegedly submitted phony reimbursement forms to the high school, and used a parent-funded booster club account to pay for his personal credit card expenses, between April 2008 and February 2014.
Sheriffs officials said parents complained about alleged financial irregularities in 2013, and an audit was conducted by the William S. Hart Unified School District. According to the Sheriffs Department, Snyder received $8,000 in fraudulent cash reimbursements and spent roughly $7,000 in Valencia Diamond Club funds on his personal credit card expenses.
Snyder, who is free on his own recognizance, is due back in court March 6. If convicted, he faces up to six years and eight months in prison, prosecutors said.
Q&A WIth Coach Snyder of Valencia High School in California | Ryan T. Caulfield Foundation/Butch Caulfield Hitting Academy, 15 April 2011 [cached]
Coach Snyder
Valencia High School in Valencia California has one of the best baseball programs not only in the state, but also in the country. They've been league champs 7 times since 2002, and they've been involved in the states Division 1 Championship brackets every year since 2001. I recently had the chance to talk to Valencia's Head Coach Jared Snyder about their recent trip to Memphis where they won all 4 games of the USA Classic. I also asked Coach Snyder about his playing experience, coaching experiences, and how he views his current squad. Here's how it went down;
Q. (BASEBALL TRENCHES) You've been the head coach there since 1998. When you got there, in what condition was the program?
A. (COACH SNYDER) It was a young program that needed a lot of work.
A. (COACH SNYDER) I have outstanding Assistant Coaches who I trust completely and allow them to do their jobs.
A. (COACH SNYDER) The relationships that you make with so many different people from around the country.
A. (COACH SNYDER) I have played and coached under some outstanding people including Mike Knight, Bud Murray, Jerry Weinstein, Bruce Kim, Sandy Alomar SR, Gary Mathews, and Jimmy Piersall the one thing they all preach is work ethic.
A. (COACH SNYDER) This team has played every game hard with a passion that I haven't seen in a Valencia team in a long time.
A. (COACH SNYDER) This was the best trip for our team to take.
A. (COACH SNYDER) AJ is a natural hitter. It amazes me that he is only a sophomore with how strong and smooth he is in his swing. He is very disciplined and has power to all fields but the most amazing part about AJ is his power to the middle and opposite field. I have seen a lot of hitters in high school but not many who can consistently drive balls to the opposite field gaps for extra base hits and home runs. The one thing about AJ I am most proud of him of is how hard he has worked to become a solid defender. Everyone knew he could hit but now he is one of our best outfielders who has increased his arm strength tremendously, and has filled in on the infield and did a great job when we had injuries early.
A. (COACH SNYDER) They are both outstanding catchers but Brian is also our best first baseman and I am lucky to have both of these kids because your last line of defense is at these two positions.
A. (COACH SNYDER) I think Quincy can do both and do both well.
A. (COACH SNYDER) Shane biggest improvement is how he is handling adversity. This is a young man that hates to fail and has figured out that in baseball it is going to happen and has adapted very well this year. Physically his biggest improvement is his capability to now drive the ball to all fields. He has learned to let the ball travel and trust his hands and his numbers this year are a result of the work he has put in offensively.
A. (COACH SNYDER) He is focused and has grown and matured over the last year. He has worked very hard with our Strength Coach this year to prepare him and by doing this he has put himself in a position to have success. He has been our guy on the mound and every outing he has come up big for us. He competes and doesn't fear any hitter. This is the biggest stride he has made, he is not afraid to challenge anyone at anytime. His mentality is if you are going to beat me you will have to hit my best pitch that day. This approach on the mound has made him one of the effective pitchers in this area. But his work ethic between starts is what has made him so consistent this year. He has a routine between starts that has allowed him to stay strong and focused.
A. (COACH SNYDER) He is struggling right now. He is DH due to a sore elbow and just hasn't hit his stride yet.
A. (COACH SNYDER) This is new for a lot of these kids. The national exposure they are getting is great as long as they keep putting in the work in and playing hard I think they will be ok.
Q. (BASEBALL TRENCHES) Over the years you've dealt with a lot of graduating classes. Is it completely different every year when it comes to how the kids approach the game.
A. (COACH SNYDER) No question.
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