Women’s hoops signs Brecken Snotherly
Women’s hoops signs Brecken Snotherly
Thursday, November 10, 2022

Buccaneers add Carolina shooting guard on signing day

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Nov. 10, 2022) – ETSU women’s basketball added a key player to its program on the early National Signing Day period this week, announcing Class of 2023 shooting guard Brecken Snotherly as the newest Buc for next season.

Snotherly comes by way of Asheboro, N.C. and preps at East Randolph High School for Coach Jeff Davis. The 5’10” guard has been an all-conference, all-district and all-tournament selection in her career. Snotherly also runs cross country and has been an all-state selection, Midwest regional champion and runner of the year.

“Brecken embodies the character and athletic ability we need to elevate our competitive mentality and create a team culture that will get results on the court,” said ETSU Coach Brenda Mock Brown. “She is a relentless worker and high achiever in all facets of her life and strives for excellence in whatever she does. Her size and basketball IQ in addition to her ability to stretch the defense with consistent range and attack the paint will be impactful right away.”

Coach Mock went on to add that Snotherly’s impact goes beyond talent.

“When I first met Brecken, I could sense her heart and passion for ETSU and being an integral part of creating something special in our women’s basketball program,” Mock added. “She is someone her future teammates will love playing with! We are excited to welcome Brecken to the Buccaneer family today!”

As a freshman in high school, Snotherly averaged 18.0 points and 6.1 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 2.2 steals per game and has only improved from there. Last season as a junior, she averaged 20.5 PPG and 8.1 RPG.

Snotherly comes from an athletic family. Her brother, Cade Snotherly, currently plays football at fellow SoCon member Western Carolina. Her father, Brett Snotherly, was a baseball player at Charlotte for three seasons. Her uncle, Morgan Frazier, also played baseball at both WCU and Elon.

For more information on Buccaneer women’s hoops, visit ETSUBucs.com and click on the women’s basketball page.