Titans News · Meet Cornelius Snead, New Head Girls Basketball Coach

We would like to welcome Cornelius Snead to the Trinity-Byrnes Athletic Department for the 2020-2021 year as the Head Girls Basketball Coach. 

Coach Snead comes to TBCS from Middleburg Academy in Virginia where he was the Head Girls’ Basketball Coach. He has also served as coach at Herndon High School, The Miller School and Notre Dame Academy.

This fall will mark Coach Snead’s seventeenth year as a basketball coach. When asked about his many years as a coach and the upcoming year at Trinity-Byrnes, he said he has “always enjoyed working with players, not only teaching them basketball skills, but also using the game he loves to teach valuable life lessons such as good study habits and the importance of health and wellness.”   Adding, “I very much look forward to being a part of the growth and success of TBCS for many years to come” and “coaching for on-the-court experiences, is just as important as coaching for life’s off-the-court experiences.”

Snead has coached over 68 student athletes who were recruited by Division 1, 2 and 3 colleges, coached four teams to conference championships, won a state championship, coached six All State Players, three conference Players of the Year, one Olympian, and his teams have been ranked #4 by the Washington Post and #1 by USA Today, ESPN. Coach Teasley, Director of Basketball at Trinity-Byrnes, said that “We are very fortunate to be adding Coach Snead to our staff.” He continued to say that “we are looking forward to continuing to build our Girls Basketball program and Coach Snead will be instrumental in that process.”

Coach Snead attended Liberty University in Virginia. In addition to being a Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning, he is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and has spent the last 10 years working alongside the University of North Carolina women’s coaching staff, serving as a coach during the girls’ summer camps.

See more about Coach Snead here