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21   Michael Snaer
Michael Snaer

Hometown:
Moreno Valley, Calif.

High School:
Rancho Verde

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 202

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
06/21/1990

Experience:
4 VL


02/13/2014

Rising To The Challenge

Aaron Thomas is emerging as one of the ACC's top scorers

01/24/2014

Basketball GameDay: Florida State at Duke

Seminoles to face Duke on Saturday at 12 Noon on ESPN

11/23/2013

GameDay: Florida State vs. Northeastern In Puerto Rico

Seminoles face Huskies on final day of Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

08/05/2013

Snaer Invited To Nets Training Camp

Three-time All-ACC selection looking to begin his NBA career in Brooklyn.

07/09/2013

Snaer, Reid And Gibson In NBA Summer League Action

Three Seminoles looking to earn NBA roster spots.

12/22/2012

Florida State vs. Charlotte - AP Photo Gallery

Florida State vs. Charlotte - AP Photo Gallery

12/05/2012

FSU Men's Basketball vs Florida, 12/5/12, Photo's by Steve Musco

FSU's 72-47 loss to Florida

12/05/2012

Florida State v Florida Men's Basketball (Photos by Mike Olivella)

Images from the FSU v. UF basketball game at the Leon County Civic Center by Mike Olivella

11/17/2012

Florida State vs. St. Joseph's - AP Photos

Florida State vs. St. Joseph's - AP Photos (11/17/12)

11/16/2012

Men's Basketball vs. BYU

The Seminoles defeated BYU, 88-70

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ON SNAER: A three-time All-ACC and two-time ACC All-Defensive Team selection who finished his career ranked eighth in school history in scoring with 1,560 career points...was named to the All-ACC Second Team as a junior, to the All-ACC Third Team as a senior and to the All-ACC Freshman team in his first season as a Seminole...named to the 2013 Lefty Driesell Defensive All-American Team...the winner of the Everett Case Award as the Most Valuable Player of the 2012 ACC Tournament in leading the Seminoles to the first ACC Championship in school history...recognized as the all-time NCAA leader with six career buzzer-beating, game-winning shots during his career - two during his junior season (Jan. 21, 2102 at Duke and Feb. 16, 2012 at home against Virginia Tech) and four during his senior season (Jan. 24, 2013 at home against Clemson, Jan. 30, 2013 at home against Maryland, Feb. 5, 2013 at Georgia Tech and March 7, 2013 at home against Virginia)...each of the buzzer-beating shots came with 4.4 seconds of the end of the game with five coming within 2.6 seconds of the final buzzer... of the six game-winners, four came on 3-pointers and two on drives, three came on kick-out passes and he created for himself against Virginia...finished his illustrious career as a Seminole ranked in the top 25 of 12 different statistical categories in the Florida State record book...he finished his career ranked eighth in school history in scoring (1,560 career points), second in games played (134), third in games started (110), fifth in career 3-point field goals made (196), fifth in career 3-point field goals attempted (513), seventh in career field goals attempted (1,243), seventh in career 3-point field goal shooting percentage (.382), 12th in career free throw shooting percentage (.783), 13th in career free throws made (306), tied for 15th in career field goals made (529), 16th in career free throws attempted (391) and 23rd in career assists (268)...named the Most Valuable Player of the 2012 ACC Tournament, the 2012 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic and the 2012 Orange Bowl Classic...named the ACC Player of the Week twice during his career - once as a junior and once as a senior...his citation during his junior season came after made his first career game-winning shot against Duke and his citation as a senior came after he was named the MVP of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic... helped lead Florida State to three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, to the Sweet 16 of the 2011 NCAA Tournament and to an appearance in the 2013 NIT...one of the most outstanding seasons in school history as a junior as he led the Seminoles to their school record fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and their first ever ACC Championship as he earned All-ACC Second Team, ACC All-Defensive Team (Coaches and Media) and ACC All-Tournament First Team honors...only the fifth freshman in school history to be named to the ACC All Freshmen team in 2010 joining Corey Louis (1995), Michael Joiner (2001), Alexander Johnson (2004) and Solomon Alabi (2009)...named to the All-District IV Team (Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida) by the US Basketball Writers Association in 2012...continued the Seminoles' tradition of defense as he was twice named to the All-ACC Defensive Team -- named for the first time in his career to the ACC All-Defensive team by the ACC's 12 coaches (Barry Jacobs Fan Guide) and the voting media of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association in 2012...named to the All-ACC Defensive Team in a vote by the ACC coaches in 2013...led the Seminoles into the national rankings in each of his four seasons including a final national ranking of No. 10 by the Associated Press and No. 15 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches' poll in 2012...the Seminoles were ranked in the initial AP poll (#24) and the initial USA Today poll (#25) to mark the first time in school history the Seminoles were ranked in both of the major national polls to begin the season...the Seminoles defeated 11 nationally ranked teams with Snaer in their line-up including No. 1 Duke (Jan. 12, 2011), No. 3 North Carolina (Jan. 14, 2012), No. 4 Duke (Jan. 21, 2012), No. 4 North Carolina (March 11, 2012), No. 5 Notre Dame (March 20, 2011) and No. 6 Duke (March 10, 2012)...additionally, with Saner in the Seminoles' line-up, the Seminoles were the third winningest team in the ACC - in each of Snaer's four seasons at Florida State in each of the eight years from 2006-13...the Seminoles were ranked in the top 25 of both the preseason Associated Press and USA Today Coaches' poll prior to the 2012-13 season to mark the first time in school history the Seminoles were ranked in both polls to begin a season...Florida State led the ACC in field goal percentage defense in a league record four consecutive seasons (2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012) and led the ACC in field goal shooting defense, blocked shots and 3-point field goal shooting percentage defense while ranking second in scoring defense and steals during the 2010-11 season...the Seminoles led the ACC in blocked shots during his senior season...one of the top defenders in the ACC who helped the Seminoles become only the fourth team in ACC history to lead the league in blocked shots and steals in the same season in 2012...as a freshman he was inserted into Florida State's starting line-up on Feb. 6 against Miami and started all but two games for the Seminoles during the remainder of his career...named the First Year Academic Achievement Award from the Seminoles' coaching staff at the Annual Men's Basketball Honors Banquet in 2010 following his freshman season...shared two awards at the Seminoles' annual 2011 basketball award banquet: the Mr. Hustle Award and the award for the team's top 3-poing field goal shooting percentage...totaled a team leading five awards at the 2012 Basketball Honors banquet - shared the Mr. Hustle award (second consecutive season), won the award for the best 3-point field goal percentage (second consecutive season), earned the award for best free throw percentage, shared the Charlie Ward Outstanding Defensive Player Award (with Bernard James) and named winner of the Bob Sura Most Outstanding Offensive Player Award...earned a team-high four awards at the 2013 banquet following his senior season -- the Charlie Ward Outstanding Player Award, the Bob Sura Outstanding Offensive Player Award, shared the Otto Petty Most Assists award and shared the award as Florida State's top free throw percentage shooter...earned his degree in family and child sciences from Florida State on May 4, 2013.

AS A SENIOR (2013): Averaged a team-leading and career-high 14.8 points (first on the team), a career-high 4.5 rebounds (second), a career-high and team-leading 2.5 assists (first), 1.0 steals (first) while making a team leading 63 2-point shots (first)...earned All-ACC Third Team honors (from the coaches and the ACSMA) and named to the All-ACC Defensive Team in a vote of the league's 12 head coaches...marked the second consecutive season he had earned All-ACC honors with All-ACC Second Team Honors coming as a junior in 2012...named to the 2013 Lefty Driesell Defensive All-American Team...named the Most Valuable Player of the 2012 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic and the MVP of the Seminoles' victory over Tulsa in the Orange Bowl Classic (Dec. 29 in Sunrise, Fla...helped the Seminoles to the championship of the tournament with wins over BYU (88-70 on November 16, 2012) and Saint Joseph's (73-66 on November 17, 2012) at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. ...earned MVP honors as he scored a double double of 16 points and 10 rebounds in the Seminoles win against BYU and totaled 14 points and 4 rebounds in Florida State's win over Saint Joseph's...shot .556 (five of nine) from the 3-point line and .875 (seven of eight) from the free throw line and totaled eight assists on one of college basketball's biggest stages in New York City...made four game-winning, buzzer-beating shots as a senior to bring his career total to six -- Jan. 24, 2013 at home against Clemson (60-57 Florida State win), Jan. 30, 2013 at home against Maryland (73-71 Florida State win), Feb. 5, 2013 at Georgia Tech (56-54 Florida State win) and March 7, 2013 at home against Virginia (54-53 Florida State win)...each of the buzzer-beating shots during his career came within 4.4 seconds of the end of the game with five coming within 2.6 seconds of the final buzzer...Florida State's leading scorer for the entire 34-game season (career-high 14.8 points per game), during the Seminoles' first-ever 18-game season (13.3 ppg), in 15 non-conference games (16.6 ppg), in home games played at the Donald L. Tucker Center (14.9 ppg), in 11 true road games (14.3 ppg), in five neutral site games (15.8 ppg), in 18 games won (17.2 ppg) and against five of the Seminoles' 11 ACC Opponents -- Boston College (21.0 ppg), Georgia Tech (15.0 ppg), North Carolina (15.3 ppg), NC State (18.5 ppg), Wake Forest (18.5 ppg)...Snaer averaged double figure scoring against seven of Florida State's 11 opponents...led the Seminoles with one 30 point scoring game (career high 30 points against Charlotte, December 22, 2012) and seven games with 20 or more points scored...led the Seminoles in scoring a team-high 17 times including nine times against ACC competition...totaled two double doubles (16 points and 10 rebounds against BYU on November 16 and totaled 18 points and 12 rebounds against Auburn on January 2, 2013)...totaled 21 points, eight rebounds, two blocked shots, one assist and one steal in Florida State's win over North Florida at home in the Donald L. Tucker Center (November 21)...his 21 points came on a near perfect nine of 10 shooting from the free throw line and two made 3-point field goals...totaled a team-high and game-high tying 19 points to go along with six rebounds, two assists and two steals in Florida State's win over Maine on December 9...scored his career-high of 30 points in Florida State's come from behind victory over Charlotte at the Times Warner Cable Arena on December 22...his 30 points were split nearly evenly with 13 coming in the first half and 17 coming as the Seminoles outscored the 49ers, 44-36, in the second half to win the game...shot eight of 19 from the field, tied his career high with five 3-point field goals made and made nine of 10 free throws...scored what proved to be the game-winning points on an old fashioned 3-point play with 15:31 left in the game which gave Florida State a 47-45 lead...he scored five consecutive Florida State points in a 1:08 span to bring the Seminoles from a three point deficit with 1:58 left to a two point lead with 15:31 left in the game...Florida State did not lose the lead after Snaer's points during that span...named the Most Valuable Player of the Seminoles' 82-63 win over Tulsa in the Orange Bowl Classic on December 29...scored 19 points to go along with six rebounds, four assists and three steals...scored 14 second half points as the Seminoles pulled away from the Golden Hurricane to gain the win at the home of the NHL's Florida Panthers...was eight of 11 from the free throw line including six of nine in the decisive second half...a double-double of 18 points and a career high 12 rebounds as the Seminoles traveled to play at Auburn on January 2...totaled 12 points in the first half as Florida State took as much as a 12 point lead and led by a 36-35 advantage at halftime...(vs. Boston College): Totaled a team-leading 21 points to go along with six rebounds and two assists in Florida State's 69-66 win over Boston College in Tallahassee (Feb. 16)...shot eight of 10 from the field and was a perfect four of four from the free throw line...his 10 first half points paced the Seminoles to a 31-26 halftime lead while his eight second half points helped Florida State earn the three point win over the visiting Eagles...was a perfect four of four from the free throw line in the final 2:45 of the games to help the Seminoles secure their sixth ACC win of the season...two free throws at the 2:45 mark increased Florida State's lead to 64-57 and two more free throws at the 2:05 mark pushed the Seminoles' lead back to 66-60...totaled seven points in the final 10:26 of the game with three coming on a 3-point shot at the 10:26 mark to put the Seminoles back in front (after trailing by as many as three points)...his 3-point shot put Florida State up 47-45 and the Seminoles never trailed after that point...(vs. Clemson): Averaged 9.7 points, 3.0 rebounds and 3.7 assists in three games (all wins) against Clemson...the Seminoles' three wins over the Tigers marked the first time in school history that Florida State had defeated Clemson three times in one season...led the Seminoles in assists (11), steals (three) and minutes played (97 - 32.3 mpg) as the Seminoles won in Clemson, in Tallahassee and in Greensboro in the first round of the ACC Tournament...totaled eight points, two assists and one rebound as the Seminoles opened their ACC schedule with a 71-66 win at Clemson (Jan. 5)...all eight of his points came in the second half as the Seminoles held on to win the game despite being outscored, 41-33, in the second half...after finishing scoreless in the first half, Snaer scored eight points on two made 3-point shots and two made free throws...his first three of the second half came only nine seconds in from the wing to give the Seminoles their largest lead of the game at 16 points, 41-25...scored five points in the final 4:39 of the game with each point re-extending the Seminoles' lead...made two of two free throws at the 4:39 mark to increase Florida State's lead back to 60-54...increased the Seminoles' lead back to an insurmountable 65-59 with another 3-point shot from the win with 3:10 left in the win...the Tigers brought their deficit to as few as three in the waning minutes but never re-took the lead and Florida State won its ACC opener...scored his first game-winning, buzzer-beating 3-point shot of his senior season (and third of his career) to lead the Seminoles to a 60-57 win over Clemson in Tallahassee (January 24)...took an inbounds pass from Okaro White with just over eight seconds remaining in the game with the score tied at 57-57, received a drag screen from teammate Kiel Turpin at the 3-point line, continued up court and banked in a very-well contested 3-point shot to give Florida State the 60-57 win at home...with the game-winning 3-point shot, he totaled 11 points, three rebounds and four assists in the victory...nine of his 11 points came in the second half as the Seminoles' rallied from an eight point halftime deficit (29-21) to gain the win...made two 3-point shots in the second half - his first coming at the 11:55 mark to pull Florida State to within eight at 42-34 and his game-winner at the buzzer...scored five points in the final 1:27 of the game with a jumper to pull the Seminoles to within one at 55-54 as Florida State rallied from as many as four points down in the last three minutes of the game...Snaer outscored Clemson, 5-2, and the Seminoles outscored Clemson, 8-2, in the final 1:27 of the game in gaining their third ACC win of the season to improve their ACC record to 3-2...totaled 10 points, five rebounds and five assists to help Florida State rally from as many as 10 points down in the second half to defeat Clemson, 73-69, in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament...of his 10 points in the win, four came in the second half with all four coming in the final 22 seconds of the game in the victory...made two free throws with 22 seconds remaining after being fouled by Rod Hall to make the score 71-66 and closed out the Tigers with two more free throws with seven seconds remaining to close out the victory and give Florida State their seventh consecutive appearance in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament...(vs. Duke): Scored seven points and added five rebounds and two steals in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...the Blue Devils made 11 3-point shots and defeated the Seminoles, 79-60, in Tallahassee (Feb. 2)...all seven of his points came in the second half as Florida State look to rebound from a halftime deficit...(vs. Georgia Tech): Scored 15 points, pulled down four rebounds, earned four assists and totaled two steals in Florida State's only game of the season against Georgia Tech...Snaer made a running one-handed lay-up at the buzzer for his fifth career game-winning, buzzer-beating shot to give Florida State the 56-54 win over the Yellow Jackets (Feb. 5)...was three of five (.600 percent) from the 3-point line and a perfect four of four from the free throw line in the ACC win on the road which upped Florida State's record to 5-4 in conference play...his 15 points ranked as the team and game high...nine of his 15 points came in the second half eight of his nine second half points came in the second half and helped Florida State rally from a 27-26 deficit at the intermission...broke a tie and gave the Seminoles a 50-47 lead with a 3-pointer at the 4:36 mark...two of two free throws at the 1:56 mark put the Seminoles back up by three at 54-51...the game was tied on a bank shot 3-pointer by Mfon Udofia with 1:02 remaining in the game to set up Snaer's heroics for the fifth time in his career and the third time in the span of two weeks...won the game with a lay-up at the buzzer to give the Seminoles the win...took the inbounds pass from Okaro White at the top of the key, battled Georgia Tech's Mfon Udofia, created an open lane to the basket and drove to the rim for a lay-up as the buzzer sounded to give the Seminoles the win...(vs. Maryland): Averaged 17.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.0 steals in two games against NIT semifinalist Maryland...shot .571 percent from the field (12 of 21) and .500 percent from the 3-point line (five of 10) as the Seminoles won the two-game regular season series from the Terps for the second time in school history and for the first time since the 1992-93 season...his heroics again in the second game of the two-game regular season series as he hit another game-winning, buzzer-beating 3-point shot to top the Terps, 73-71, in Tallahassee...scored 15 points, pulled down three rebounds and earned three assists as Florida State mounted one of its top comebacks of the season as it rallied in the second half to defeat Maryland, 65-62, in College Park (Jan. 9)...10 of his 15 points came in the decisive second half as Florida State outscored the Terps, 38-26, in the second half to gain the win...scored five consecutive points on a 3-point shot and a lay-up within 41 seconds to begin the Seminoles' monumental comeback...his 3-point shot at the 15:51 mark began a game-ending 35-21 game-ending and game-winning run...gave way to an incredible scoring spurt by teammate Okaro White that allowed the Seminole to go from one down to six up in a span of just over six minutes...When White's streak was over, Snaer hit a lay-up to increase Florida State's lead to eight at 59-51 with 1:07 remaining and then made two free throws to increase the Seminoles' lead to 61-56 with 29 seconds left...after a 3-point shot by Nick Faust brought the crowd to their feet and the Terps back to within one at 63-62 with 11 seconds left...Snaer was then fouled by Terps' center Alex Lin - he made one of two free throws to kick the lead back up to two at 64-62 with seconds left to be played...Snaer then came up with the biggest play of the night as he blocked a game-winning 3-point shot attempt by Seth Allen with two seconds left before the buzzer sounded...fittingly, White closed out the scoring to give Leonard Hamilton his first win in the Comcast Center in eight tries as Florida State's head coach...heroics-were-Snaer again as he scored a game-high tying 19 points and made his second game-winning, buzzer-beating 3-point shot to give Florida State a 73-71 win over Maryland in Tallahassee (Jan. 30)...his 3-pointer against the Terps came with one second remaining on the clock to erase a defect and give the Seminoles the win...scored the final five points of the game on a lay-up with 45 seconds remaining to draw Florida State to within one at 71-70 and then scored the game-winner...his game-winner came from the corner in front of the Seminoles' bench on an assist from Ian Miller who drove the lane, evaded Maryland's defense and sent a perfect pass to Snaer for a perfect game-winning shot...on the game-winner, Montay Brandon took the in-bounds pass from Okaro White who passed to Miller with 6.9 seconds left on the clock...Miller, while losing his balance drove into the lane (which drew Maryland's defense toward him), then passed the ball to Snaer with 3.5 seconds left...Snaer received the ball, set his feet and left it fly - nothing but the bottom of the net for the win...scored seven points in the final six minutes of the game as Florida State rallied from as many as an eight point deficit with 6:56 left in the game (62-54)...a Snaer lay-up at the 5:53 mark begin a 15-9 game-ending rally that brought Florida State from a 62-54 deficit to the 73-71 win...(vs. Miami): Averaged 6.5 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.5 steals in two games against ACC Champion and NCAA Tournament participant Miami...second on the team in rebounds in the two game series against the Hurricanes...averaged a team leading 27.0 minutes per game against Miami...scored four points to go along with three rebounds and one steal in 18 minutes of play as the Seminoles traveled to Coral Gables to play the Hurricanes (Jan. 27)...was limited in the first half by two fouls and played only eight minutes before halftime...all four of his points came in the first half...the Hurricanes won the game, 71-47...scored nine points in 36 minutes of play as the Seminoles played host to Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 13)...led Florida State with four assists as the Hurricanes won in Tallahassee, 74-68...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged a team-leading 15.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.7 steals in three games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...shot .800 percent (eight of 10) from the free throw line as the Seminoles and the Tar Heels met twice during the regular season and in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament...scored nine points, pulled down two rebounds, was credited with four assists and earned two steals as Florida State battled North Carolina at home before falling to the Tar Heels, 77-72, in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...his four assists tied for game-high honors...scored four first half points and five in the second half...most important basket of the game came on a dunk with 6:10 left to play in the game and gave Florida State a 65-63 advantage...the Tar Heels outscored Florida State, 14-7, during the final minutes of the game to earn the win...totaled a team-high 17 points to go along with three rebounds and two assists as Florida State traveled to play at North Carolina in Chapel Hill (March 3)...the Tar Heels led from the start and won the game, 79-58...Snaer was a perfect six of six from the free throw line and finished tied for the game-high in steals with two...scored nine first half points including five in the early going as he helped Florida State take a lead with just over eight minutes remaining in the first half...totaled eight second half points as Snaer worked to help Florida State climb back into the game...scored 20 points on eight of 12 shooting from the field, pulled down a team-high seven rebounds and was credited with a team high five assists in his final career game against ACC competition as the Seminoles fell to the Tar Heels in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament...also made three of five shots from the 3-point line in the game won by the Tar Heels, 83-62, in a game played at the Greensboro Coliseum (March 15)...scored 16 of his 20 points (and 16 of the Seminoles' 35 points) in the second half as Florida State worked furiously to get themselves back into the game...was six of 10 (.600 percent) and made all of his three 3-point field goals in the second half to total 20 points...his 20 points against the Tar Heel tied his career high for points in an ACC Tournament game in his career - he also scored 20 against Miami in the quarterfinals of the 2012 ACC Tournament...the Seminoles won the 2012 ACC Tournament with Snaer taking home MVP honors...(vs. NC State): Averaged a team-leading 18.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots in two games against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...shot .520 percent (13 of 20) form the field, .500 percent (four of eight) from the 3-point line and .875 percent (seven of eight) from the free throw line as the Seminoles and the Wolfpack split the regular season series with both teams winning on their home court...played 77 of a possible 80 minutes in two games against the Wolfpack...scored 20 points and blocked two shots as the Seminoles traveled to play in Raleigh (Feb. 19)...the Wolfpack jumped to an early 10 point halftime lead and won the game, 84-66...Snaer made six of 12 of his field goal attempts including three of four from long range...scored 11 of his 20 points in the second half...totaled 17 points, two rebounds, one blocked shot and one steal as Florida State won on Senior Day in Tallahassee with a 71-67 win over the Wolfpack (March 9)...enjoyed a very efficient game as he made seven of 13 shots from the field and was a perfect two of two from the free throw line...made one of the Seminoles' biggest shots of the day - a dunk - with 32 seconds remaining in the game to stretch the Seminoles' lead back out to four points at 67-63...the basket came on a set play in which Snaer was on the receiving end of a home run pass from Okaro White on a run-out play that completely surprised the Woflpack defense...NC State had closed the Seminoles' lead to as little as one before a free throw by freshman Devon Bookert and Snaer's dunk increased the lead back to four points...it was Snaer himself that suggested the play to the Seminoles' coaching staff in a timeout just before the basket...the basket by Snaer proved important as NC State closed to within one point with 21 seconds remaining before Florida State closed out the game and the regular season with a victory...the win gave Florida State a 9-9 record in ACC play and marked the school-record fifth consecutive time the Seminoles had won at least nine regular season ACC games...(vs. Virginia): Averaged 11.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists in two games against NIT participant Virginia...helped the Seminoles split their regular season series against the Cavaliers with both teams winning on its home court...totaled nine points, two rebounds and two assists as Florida State played at Charlottesville...the Cavaliers took the 56-36 win (Jan. 19)...the hero of Florida State's win over Virginia at home with the fourth buzzer-beating, game-winning basket of his career to give Florida State the 53-51 win over the Cavaliers in Tallassee (March 7)...received the ball from point guard Devon Bookert and made his move towards the basket moving to the left and heavily guarded by All-ACC First-Team selection Joe Harris...went hard to the basket, laid the ball in over Justin Anderson outstretched hand for what proved to be the game-winning basket with 4.4 seconds remaining to give the Seminoles the 52-51 lead...he was defended extremely well by Harris who fouled him on the paly...Snaer made the free throw to bring the score to the Seminoles' final margin of victory at 53-51...his game-winning basket and ensuing free throw were part of his 14 point performance in leading the Seminoles to the win...along with his 14 points, he pulled down three rebounds, was credited with two assists and blocked one shot...(vs. Virginia Tech): Scored eight points, pulled down three rebounds and was credited with three assists in Florida State's only game of the season against Virginia Tech...the Hokies defeated the Seminoles, 80-70, in Blacksburg (Feb. 24)...(vs. Wake Forest): Averaged 18.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists in two games against Wake Forest...the Seminoles fell in Winston Salem and won in Tallahassee as the two teams split the regular season series with both teams winning on their home court...shot .923 percent (12 of 13) from the free throw line including a perfect eight of eight performance in the Seminoles' win at home...tied for team high scoring honors with 13 points to go along with five rebounds and two assists as Florida State fell to the Demon Deacons, 71-46, in Winston Salem (Feb. 9)...scored his ACC season high of 24 points (on seven of 10 shooting from the field) with five rebounds, two assists and one steal in 31 minutes of play as Florida State defeated Wake Forest, 76-62, in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...in addition to his efficient seven of 10 performance from the field he tied a school record with a perfect eight of eight performance from the free throw line...limited to five points in the first half but totaled 19 as the Seminoles outscored the Deacons by eight in the second half to gain the victory...was a perfect five of five from the field and a perfect eight of eight from the free throw line with one 3-pint shot made for 19 points in the second half of the victory...(vs. Florida): Scored 10 points, pulled down five rebounds and was credited with four assists in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...was the only Seminole to score in double figures as Florida State ell to the Gators, 72-47, in Tallahassee (Dec. 5)...(In four games during the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic): Named the MVP of the 2012 Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament as he averaged 14.8 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.3 assists while shooting .409 percent (nine of 22) from the 3-point line and .818 percent (18 of 22) from the free throw line as the Seminoles won the championship of the tournament...was Florida State's leading scorer in one of its four games in the tournament with 19 points in the Seminoles' win over Buffalo (Nov. 12)...his 19 points helped the Seminoles top Buffalo, 95-68, in a game played in Tallahassee...totaled a double double of 16 points and 10 rebounds in the Seminoles' win over BYU in New York City (Nov. 16) and totaled 14 points and four rebounds in Florida State's championship clinching victory over Saint Joseph's (Nov. 17)...the final two games of the tournament were played at the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn...averaged 15.0 points and a team leading 7.0 rebounds in the Seminoles' tournament championship clinching wins in New York...shot the ball well in the home of the Brooklyn Nets as he shot .556 percent (five of nine) and .875 percent (seven of eight) from the free throw line in the wins over BYU and Saint Joseph's...Snaer's best performance of the tournament came in a 16-point and 10 rebound performance against BYU in the semifinals...Snaer made four field goals (three from long range) and was a perfect five of five from the free throw line...he totaled 11 points and four rebounds in the second half to propel Florida State to as many as a 27-point lead midway through the second half... Snaer made two 3's in a span of 1:22 to push the Seminoles lead to double figures - it stayed that way for the remainder of the game...in the championship game of the tournament, Snaer scored 14 points to go along with four rebounds and four assists in 34 minutes played...he scored seven first half points and seven second half points - but his seven in the second half proved to be the most important...he put Florida State ahead with a lay-up at the 18:38 mark; drew the Seminoles to within on a 3-poiint shot at the 14:50 mark and scored what proved to be the game-winning basket on a lay-up with 14:24 left in the game...Snaer played 18 of the 20 minutes in the second half as the Seminoles took a game that saw eight ties and 11 lead changes out to as much as a nine point advantage to defeat Saint Joseph's...Snaer was Florida State's leader in its win against Buffalo with a season-high 19 points. Of his 19 points against the Bulls, 12 came from the bonusphere and helped the Seminoles score 95 points in the victory...named the ACC Player of the Week for the second time in his career after he was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2012 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic...averaged 16.3 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.3 assists while making nine of 16 shots from the 3-point line as he led Florida State to a 3-0 record and to the championship of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic...He recorded his second career double double in the Seminoles' win over BYU and averaged 28.3 minutes played in the Seminoles' three wins during the week...(vs. Louisiana Tech in the NIT): Scored a team-high 24 points, pulled down four rebounds, was credited with one blocked shot, one assist and two steals as Florida State made its fourth post season appearance in Snaer's career against Louisiana Tech in the first round of the NIT...tied his career high with five 3-point field goals made and was a perfect three of three from the free throw line in what was the last game of his career in a Seminole uniform...scored 14 points in the first half to stake the Seminoles to a 28-24 lead at the intermission...limited to 10 in the second half as Louisiana Tech outscored the Seminoles, 47-38, to take the 71-66 win in Tallahassee (March 19)...played all 40 minutes and never left the court in his final collegiate game...

AS A JUNIOR (2012): Averaged a team leading 14.0 points (first on the team), 3.8 rebounds (fifth), a career high 1.1 steals (third), 1.9 assists (second) and made a career-high and team leading 67 3-point shots...Named The ACC Tournament MVP and earned All-ACC Second Team, ACC All-Defensive Team (Coaches and Media) and ACC All-Tournament First Team honors in leading the Seminoles to the first ACC Championship in school history...only the second player since 1997 not from Duke or North Carolina to be named the ACC Tournament MVP...named to the All-District IV Team (Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida) by the US Basketball Writers Association...the Seminoles' leader in field goals made (career high 167), field goals attempted (career high 383), 3-point field goals made (career high 67), 3-point field goals attempted (career high 166), 3-point field goal percentage (career high .404), free throws made (88), free throws attempted (104), free throw percentage (career high .846), minutes played (1,079) and minutes played per game (30.4) in leading the Seminoles to a 25-10 record, the first ACC Championship in school history and the school record fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance for the Seminoles...named the ACC Player of the Week on Jan. 23 following his 3-point game winning shot against Duke - was the first ACC Player of the Week honor during his career... he averaged 16.5 points and 3.0 rebounds in wins over Maryland and Duke in winning the award...led the Seminoles with seven games of 20 or more points scored in a single game including his career high of 23 against Clemson in Tallahassee in a win over the Tigers (March 4) that gave the Seminoles their school record tying 12th ACC win of the season...only two others players (Okaro White and Deividas Dulkys) scored as many as 20 points in a game during the 2011-12 season ... led Florida State (or was tied for the team lead) in scoring in 17 of the Seminoles' 35 games including nine of 16 ACC games...the Seminoles' leading scorer in all three games in the ACC Tournament (20 vs. Miami, 16 vs., Duke and 18 vs. North Carolina) in helping Florida State to the first ACC Championship in school history...no other Seminole led the team in scoring more than five times during the season...earned the first double double of his career with 18 points and 10 rebounds in the Seminoles' win over UMass (Nov. 24, 2011) in the first round of the Battle4Atlantis tournament...surpassed the 1,000 career point mark in only his 95th career game against Clemson...only the ninth player in school history to reach the 1,000 career point mark by the end of his junior season...Florida State's leading scorer in non-conference games with a 13.6 points per game average and shot .900 from the free throw line (45 of 50) in 14 games before the start of league play...led the Seminoles in overall scoring (14.0 points scored per game), in ACC games only (14.6 ppg), in non-conference games (13.6 ppg), against ranked teams (14.4 ppg), in the ACC Tournament (18.0 ppg), in the Battle4Atlantis (16.0 ppg), in the NCAA Tournament (15.5 ppg) and averaged or scored in double figures against 10 of the Seminoles' 11 ACC opponents during the 2011-12 season...Florida State was ranked No. 10 in the final Associated Press and No. 15 in the final ESPN/USA Today poll during his junior season to mark only the second time in school history that Florida State had been ranked in the top 15 of both major polls in school history...(vs. Boston College): Scored 16 points and pulled down seven rebounds in Florida State's only game against Boston College (Feb. 8)...also added one blocked shot in 34 minutes of play as Florida State fell in Chestnut Hill, 64-60, a loss which snapped the Seminoles' school record seven game ACC winning streak...was one of three Seminoles who scored in double figures and marked one of nine ACC games in which he led Florida State in scoring...totaled nine second half points as the Seminoles worked to get themselves back into the game...(vs. Clemson): Averaged a team leading 15.0 points and shot .667 (six of nine) from the 3-point line as Florida State split two games with Clemson...a game and career high 23 points in leading the Seminoles past Clemson, 80-72, in Tallahassee (March 4)...scored 23 points on eight of 16 shooting from the field and tied his career high with five of seven 3-point field goals made in 32 minutes played...12 first half points helped Florida State race to a 49-33 halftime lead and added 11 second half points as Florida State won its school record trying 12th ACC game of the season...a perfect four of four from the 3-point line in the first half totaling his 12 points...made big shots to extend the Seminoles' lead as the Tigers worked themselves back in the game in the second half...two of two free throws with 28 seconds remaining the game to extend Florida State's lead back to five after Clemson closed back to within three with 30 seconds remaining in the game...scored seven points in 27 minutes played as Florida State lost its ACC season opener, 79-59, at Clemson (Jan. 7)...was his lowest ACC scoring output of the season...(vs. Duke): Averaged a team leading 16.0 points, 3.7 rebounds, a team high tying 3.7 assists and a team leading 1.3 steals in three games against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...shot the ball very well against the Blue Devils as he shot .525 from the field (21 of 40) and .455 from the 3-point line (five of 11) as the Seminoles defeated Duke multiple times in the same season for the first time in school history...the Seminoles defeated Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium (for only the second time in school history) and topped the Blue Devils in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament on their way to their first ACC Championship in school history...had an assist:turnover ratio of nearly 3:1 in the three games with 11 assists and only four turnovers as he averaged 33.0 minutes played in the three game series...scored 14 points, pulled down five rebounds and made the shot heard around the college basketball world - a 3-point shot at the buzzer - to win the game for the Seminoles, 76-73, and snap the Blue Devils' 45-game homecourt winning streak...Snaer took a pass from point guard Luke Loucks and drilled a 3-point shot from the right elbow right in front of the Seminoles' bench to give Florida State the win over the then No. 6 ranked Blue Devils...was his second buzzer beating 3-point shot of the game as he drew the Seminoles to within 32-26 with a first half buzzer beating shot...in between he scored eight important points as the Seminoles' rallied from as many as nine points down in the first half and eight points down in the second half for the monumental win on the road in ACC play...totaled nine second half points as Florida State rallied from as many as eight down in the final 20 minutes to win the game...scored five points in the final minute of the game with a short jumper in the paint to put the Seminoles up 71-70 with 52 seconds left...made his historic, game winning, season changing shot at the buzzer - only five seconds after a lay-up by Austin Rivers had tied the game at 73-73 with five seconds remaining in regulation...totaled a team high 16 points to goal along with four rebounds, two blocked shots and two rebounds as the third seeded Seminoles defeated second seed Duke, 62-59, in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament at Philips Arena in Atlanta (March 10)...totaled a game high six assists in helping Florida State advance to the championship game of the tournament for only the second time in school history...tied for the team high with seven first half points as Florida State took a 33-31 advantage into the locker room at halftime and totaled nine second half points as the Seminoles outscored Duke by one in the second half to gain the win...scored the game-winning basket on a 3-pointer with 3:37 left in the game to give Florida State a 58-57 lead...the Seminoles did not relinquish the lead and earned the win to advance to Championship Sunday....scored the first two points of the game to get the Seminoles off on the right track with a jumper at the 19:07 mark...Snaer's performance prompted a visit by Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski to the Seminole locker room after the game to congratulate the junior and the entire Seminole team...scored a team-high 18 points as Florida State hosted Duke in one of the most anticipated games in school history with first place in the ACC on the line late in the season (Feb. 23) in Tallahassee...his 11 second half points helped Florida State get back into the game after trailing by as many as 13 points in the first half...a lay-up with 8:56 left in the game brought the Seminoles to within five at 55-50...the Seminoles would get to within three multiple times during the remainder of the game but were not able to overtake the Blue Devils and fell 74-66...the game was a complete sell out on national television certainly one of the biggest nights in the history of the program...(vs. Georgia Tech): Scored a team-leading 21 points to go along with a career-high five steals in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Georgia Tech...was a nearly perfect .700 percent from the field (seven of 10), a near perfect .714 percent from the 3-point line (five of seven) and a perfect 1.000 percent from the free throw line in the Seminoles' 68-54 win over the Yellow Jackets in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...totaled 16 of his 21 points in the second half as Florida State rallied from a 25-24 halftime lead to outscore the Yellow Jackets 44-29 in the second half to gain the win...scored six points on back to back 3-point shots within 39 seconds of each other to give Florida State a 56-45 lead with 4:35 remaining in the game...five points on two free throws and a 3-pointer in the final 1:40 to push Florida State's lead to as many as 17 before closing of the win...(vs. Maryland): Scored a team high 17 points and added two blocked shots and two steals as Florida State defeated Maryland in its only meeting of the season against the Terps...mad six of eight shots from the free throw line and added two assists and one rebound as Florida State won 84-70 in Tallahassee (Jan. 17)...10 first half points against the Terps allowed the Seminoles to take a 36-33 halftime lead...scored five of the Seminoles' first 16 points of the game as Florida State jumped to a 16-9 lead in the first seven minutes of the game...helped the Seminoles push their lead to as many as 21 with nine second half points as the Seminoles won their third ACC game in four tries...(vs. Miami): Averaged a team-leading 17.3 points to go along with 5.7 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.0 steals as the Seminoles won two of three games against NIT participant Miami...shot better than .500 percent from the field (16-31, .516) and better than .900 percent from the free throw line (11-12, .917) as the Seminoles defeated the Hurricanes in Tallahassee and in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament at Philips Arena in Atlanta...averaged a team leading 35.3 minutes played in the three games against the Hurricanes...began Florida State's march towards to the ACC Championship and his march toward being named the ACC Tournament Most Valuable Player with 20 points, four rebounds, two assists and one steal in the Seminoles' 82-71 win over Miami in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament at Philips Arena in Atlanta (March 9)...His 20 points helped the Seminoles blow by the Hurricanes and into the semifinals of the tournament for the first time since 2009...was most dangerous with 12 points in the second half as Miami closed to within as few as three with just over four minutes left in the game...was a perfect four of four from the free throw line in the final 3:10 of the game to help Florida State push their lead back to a more comfortable margin...two free throws at the 3:01 mark put Florida State up 66-59 while two more free throws at the 1:25 mark gave the Seminoles a 74-64 advantage and virtually cemented the Seminole win...made four 3-point shots in the game with two coming in both halves...his second half 3-point shots gave Florida State a 43-35 lead at the 17:47 mark while his second gave the Seminoles a 53-46 advantage with 8:51 left before the final buzzer sounded...totaled 12 points, five rebounds and two assists to lead Florida State past Miami, 64-59, in Tallahassee (Feb. 11)...scored 10 of his 12 points in the first half to stake Florida State to a much needed 28-26 lead at the intermission...his two free throws were important and came in the form of two free throws with 2:00 left in the game and allowed Florida State to extend its lead to 59-51 after the Hurricanes had cut the Seminoles lead to as few as two...scored five of Florida State's first seven points of the game to get the Seminoles off to a good start...the scored five points in the span of 27 seconds on a lay-up to tie the game at 18-18 than almost immediately after sent home a dagger of a 3-point shot to put Florida State up 21-18 to ignite a quick as lightning five point spurt that saw Florida State go from two down to three up in the blink of an eye...totaled a game high 20 points to go along with eight rebounds, four assists and one steal in 36 minutes of play but he was unable to will the Seminoles to a win in Coral Gables...the Hurricanes led by as many as 17 in winning 78-62 (Feb. 26)...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged 17.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists in two wins against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...the Seminoles defeated the Tar Heels in one game during the regular season and top the No. 3 ranked Tar Heels in the championship game of the ACC Tournament to help Florida State win its' first ACC Championship in school history...shot .500 percent (12 of 24) from the field and .500 percent (five of 10) from the 3-point line in leading Florida State to multiple victories over North Carolina in the same season for the first time in school history...totaled 17 points, five rebounds and three assists in the Seminoles' demolition of North Carolina, 90-57, in Tallahassee (Jan. 14)...a magical performance of 18 points, two assists, one blocked shot and one steal in leading the Seminoles over then No. 4 North Carolina, 85-82, in the championship game of the ACC Tournament at Philips Arena in Atlanta (March 11)...his performance against the Tar Heels helped lead the Seminoles to the first ACC Championship in school history and won him the Everett Case Award as the Most Valuable Player in the ACC Tournament - one of the most prestigious awards in all of college basketball...was as good as he was all season against the Tar Heels and made four of five 3-point shots in leading the Seminoles in scoring in the win...Helped the Seminoles bolt to as much as a 16 point first half advantage with 15 points and six made field goals including a perfect three of three effort from the bonusphere...scored four of the Seminoles' first six points of the game on lay-ups in the first two minutes of the game...consecutive 3-point shots within 1:06 of each other proved to be the game winning points as Florida State took the lead on Snaer's first 3-point shot of the game to make the score 19-17 and did not trail the rest of the way in winning the championship...a third 3-point shot in the first half with 2:45 left before intermission gave the Seminoles an incredible 47-31 lead...a fourth important 3-point shot gave the Seminoles a 74-65 lead with 7:55 remaining in the game...Snaer earned All-ACC Tournament MVP and All-ACC Tournament First Team honors for his efforts - the first player to earn both awards in school history...totaled 17 points, five rebounds, three assists and one steal as Florida State gained one of the most amazing wins in school history as it gained a 90-57 win over the No. 3 ranked Tar Heels in Tallahassee (Jan. 14)...shot .455 (five of 11) from the field, and .750 from the free throw line (six of eight) as the Seminoles knocked off North Carolina at home...Florida State never trailed as it scored nine of the first 11 points of the game and went onto win the game by one of the most unbelievable scores during the 2011-1 college basketball season...totaled seven points in the first half and 10 in the second half as the Seminoles methodically hammered the Tar Heels for the win...(vs. NC State): Scored 10 points to go along with five rebounds and five assists in the Seminoles only game against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...was a perfect six of six from the free throw line and added one steal in 26 minutes of play as the Seminoles won in Raleigh, 76-62, to improve to 10-2 in ACC mark - it marked the school record fourth consecutive season that Florida State had won at least 10 ACC games...Florida State never trailed in the game though NC State whittled its deficit to a little as one during the first half...totaled eight second half points and four second half rebounds as Florida State stretched its lead on the road in the ACC to as much as 20 points and held a double digit lead throughout the second half...(vs. Virginia): Averaged 10.0 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Virginia...tied for the team lead in both blocked shots (two) and steals (four) as the Seminoles swept the season series from the Cavaliers...totaled eight points, three rebounds, two blocked shots and two steals in the Seminoles, 58-55 win over then No. 18 ranked Virginia in Tallahassee...all eight of his points came in the second half as the Seminoles held onto beat the red-hot Cavaliers in a very well played basketball game...scored eight of the Seminoles' 14 points including what proved to be the game-winning basket on a 3-point shot with 4:21 remaining in the game which gave Florida State a 47-45 lead - a lead which they did not relinquish during the remainder of the game...Snaer's game-winning basket came just 20 seconds after a lay-up by Jontel Evans gave Virginia a 45-44 advantage...Snaer added two 3-point shots in the next 2:45 after Evans' shot to lead the Seminoles to the win...his first gave the Seminoles the 47-45 lead and his second gave Florida State a 53-48 advantage with 1:56 left in the game...increased Florida State's lead to 55-50 with a lay-up at the 1:12 mark to give Florida State an insurmountable lead...all eight of his points came in the final 4:21 of the game and helped the Seminoles improve to 16-6 overall and 7-1 in ACC play...totaled 12 points, four rebounds and two steals in Florida State's miraculous, stunning, unbelievable comeback to win 63-60 in Charlottesville (March 1)...five points in the final 4:10 of the game helped the Seminoles rally from a seemingly insurmountable 11 point deficit with just 4:33 left on the clock...began the Seminoles' 16-2 game-ending run with two of two free throws to bring Florida State to within 58-49 with 4:10 left in the game...a defensive rebound by Snaer led to a 3-point play by Ian Miller brought the Seminoles' deficit to six at 58-52 with 3:17 remaining in the game...a Snaer jumper at the 2:41 mark brought the Seminoles to within three at 60-57 and set up the late game heroics that won the game for the Seminoles...a 3-pointer by Deividas Dulkys at the 1:55 mark toed the game at 60 and a buzzer beating 3-point shot by Ian Miller with 0:08 seconds left gave Florida State the incredible win...(vs. Virginia Tech): Averaged 9.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and totaled two assists and two steals against NIT Participant Virginia Tech...The Seminoles won in both Blacksburg (for the first ACC win of the season) and in Tallahassee as they swept the season series from the Hokies...scored nine points to go along with two steals and one assist as the Seminoles won their first ACC game of the season with a 63-59 win on the road (Jan. 10)...back to back baskets on a lay-up and a dunk with 38 seconds of each other in the second half allowed the Seminoles a comfortable 46-38 lead with 11:09 remaining in the road win...a free throw with 4:05 left in the game gave the Seminoles a 55-51 lead and sent them on to the win...nine points and his second buzzer beating 3-point shot of the season gave Florida State an unbelievable, unimaginable 48-47 win over Virginia Tech in Tallahassee (Feb. 16)...took a cross court pass from senior Jeff Peterson and was nothing but net on a game winning 3-point shot with 2.6 seconds remaining in the game...the lead was Florida State's first of the second half and was the exclamation mark on a game-ending 11-3 Seminole run in the final five minutes of the game...in the final five minutes of the game, he totaled one offensive rebound (that led directly to a 3-point shot by Jeff Peterson), on assist (that led directly to that same 3-point shot by Peterson) and one blocked shot (that allowed Florida State to stay within seven and not fall behind by nine with 3:44 left in the game...his tough defensive play allowed him to be in position as the clock began to strike midnight in the Seminoles' eventual 18th overall win and ninth ACC victory of the season...(vs. Wake Forest): Scored a game high 18 points to go along with two rebounds and two assists in the Seminoles' only game against Wake Forest...shot the ball well - he was six of nine from the field (.667) and a perfect 1.000 (four of four) from the bonusphere as the Seminoles won 75-52 in Winston Salem...totaled 10 first half points as Florida State fought back from a five point deficit to take a 29-23 lead at the intermission...five consecutive Seminole points on two free throws and a 3-point shot within 1:18 help the Seminoles begin to take control of the game...added another 3-point shot with 3:41 left before intermission to push the Seminoles lead to seven at 25-18...the Seminoles did not trail the rest of the way and led by as many as 25 in taking the win on the road...(vs. Florida): Scored four points and added three rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...scored three second half points as the Seminoles' worked to get back into the game on the road against the Gators...(In three games during the Battle4Atlantis): Averaged a team-leading 16.0 points5.3 rebounds and 2.0 steals in helping the Seminoles to a 1-2 record in the Inaugural Battle4Atlantis at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas...shot the ball well from long range (seven of 17, .412 percent) and from the free throw line (15 of 17, .882 percent)...was Florida State's leading scorer in all three games with a game-high 18 points in the Seminoles' win over UMass, a game-high 10 points against Harvard and 20 points in the Seminoles' game against the No. 4 ranked UConn...(vs. UMass): His first career double-double of 18 points and 10 rebounds came in the Seminoles' opening round win, 73-53, over NIT participant UMass...was a near perfect seven of eight from the free throw line and made three 3-point shots...opened the game with a 3-point shot and totaled 13 points to help the Seminoles to a 36-25 halftime advantage...Florida State trailed for a total of 39 seconds in the game...his two steals helped Florida State earned 14 team steals while his one blocked shot helped the Seminoles block nine shots in the game...(vs. Harvard): Scored a game-high 10 points and pulled down four rebounds in the Seminoles game against NCAA participant Harvard...the Crimson defeated the Seminoles, 46-41, despite being held to .273 shooting from the field and making only 12 field goals during the game...scored all 10 of his points in the second half as Florida State attempted to win its lowest scoring game of the season...was two of three from the 3-point line as Florida State worked furiously to penetrate the defense of the eventual Ivy League champions...a 3-pointer at the 5:55 mark drew the Seminoles to within five at 34-29 and a late three closed the scoring of the game with six seconds left before the buzzer...(vs. UConn): Totaled 20 points for the first time in his career in the consolation final of the tournament against NCAA Tournament participant UConn...the Huskies rallied late and won the game in overtime...scored eight of his 20 points as he was a near perfect eight of nine from the free throw line and made two 3-point shots...totaled 13 points in the second half as Florida State battled from as many as 10 down to lead the game for the virtually the entire final two minutes of the game...gave the Seminoles the lead in the game with two free throws at the 1:51 mark to put the Seminoles up 67-65...made two more free throws to put the Seminoles up 69-67 with 1:16 remaining...extended the Seminoles' lead to 70-68 with 27 seconds left in regulation as he made one of two free throws with 27 seconds left...he was five of six from the free throw line in the final 1:51...(In three games during the ACC Championship): Averaged 18.0 points, 3.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.0 blocked shot in leading the Seminoles to the first ACC Championship in school history with victories over Miami (March 9), No. 6 Duke (March 10) and No. 3 North Carolina (March 11) over three consecutive games...was named the Most Valuable Player and awarded the prestigious Everett Case award - making him the first player in school history to earn the award...totaled 54 points - the second highest tournament by a Florida State player in the ACC Tournament behind only Tony Douglas' who totaled a school record 80 points and a 26.7 points per game scoring average in leading the Seminoles to the ACC Tournament championship game for the first time in school history in 2009...shot a school record .594 for a single ACC Tournament as he made 19 of 32 shots from the field in leading the Seminoles to the first ACC Championship in school history...shot a Seminole record for a single ACC Tournament as he shot .750 from the 3-point line as he made an amazing nine of 12 shots from the bonusphere...made nine 3-point shots - one off the school record of 10 for a single ACC Tournament - a record held by Toney Douglas during the Seminoles' run to the championship game of the 2009 ACC Championship...became the first player in school history to earn All-ACC Tournament Most Valuable Player honors...One of only three players in school history to earn All-ACC Tournament First Team honors - Snaer and Luke Loucks in 2012 and Toney Douglas in 2009...(In two games during the NCAA Tournament): Averaged 5.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games during the Seminoles' school record fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament...The No. 3 seed Seminoles defeated St. Bonaventure, 66-62 (March 16), and fell to Cincinnati (62-56, March 18) at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn...(vs. St. Bonaventure): Was held scoreless for the first time in his career in the Seminoles' first round game of the 2012 NCAA Tournament against St. Bonaventure...despite his not scoring, the Seminoles rallied to defeat the Bonnies, 66-63, to advance past the first round for the second consecutive season...never got his shot on track as he was zero for seven from the field and zero for five from the 3-point line...continued to be a factor in the offense with one assist that led to a Bernard James dunk early in the second half as the Bonnies played well and built as much as a nine point lead in the second half...(vs. Cincinnati): Totaled 11 points, one rebound and one assist in 28 minutes of play as Florida State fell to Cincinnati in the second round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament...Florida State's leading scorer with nine first half points to lead the Seminoles to a 26-25 halftime edge...was held to two points in the second half as Florida State dropped its first halftime lead in a game in falling to the Bearcats...

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Averaged 8.8 points (third on the team), 2.7 rebounds (tied for seventh), a career high 2.2 assists (third) and 0.9 steals (fourth) while starting 33 of the Seminoles' 34 games and helping lead them to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1993...Florida State finished the 2010-11 season with a 23-11 record, an 11-5 mark and in third place finish in the ACC standings, a school record tying third consecutive NCAA Tournament berth and a trip to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for only the fourth time in the history of the program...averaged in double figure scoring against four different ACC teams: Virginia (16.0 ppg), Georgia Tech (15.0 ppg), Boston College (13.0 ppg) and NC State (13.0 ppg)...ranked second on the team with 43 3-point shots made...his 43 3-point shots made rank as the seventh highest single season total by a Seminole sophomore...made his career high of five 3-point field goals against nationally ranked Florida and made multiple 3-point field goals in 12 of the Seminoles' 33 games...shot .500 percent from the bonusphere (six of 12) in three games during the 2011 NCAA Tournament...including the Seminoles' games against Notre Dame and VCU in the NCAA Tournament, he also made at least three shots from long range in wins over Florida International (Nov. 18) and Boston College (Jan. 22)...was Florida State's second leading scorer during the NCAA Tournament in the Seminoles' run to the Sweet 16 as he averaged 11.3 points as a starter in all three games...scored an average of 8.5 points per game in 11 games against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament and 8.9 points in seven games played against teams that played in the NIT...played well against the eight ranked teams on the Seminoles' schedule in 2010-11 as he averaged 8.3 points and 1.6 rebounds as Florida State totaled a 4-4 record against teams in the top 25 at the time of the game...scored in double figures in a career high 14 games to bring his two year total to 26 games...his season high of 16 points came against UNC Greensboro in the Greensboro Coliseum as the Seminoles defeated the Spartans, 97-73, in the second game of the season (Nov. 14)...pulled down at least six rebounds in five different games...finished his season with a .776 free throw shooting percentage - the fourth highest on the team and third highest among the Seminoles' season long rotation...shot an incredible .840 percent from the free throw line in 16 ACC games - he made 21 of 25 shots from the line in conference competition...one of the Seminoles' most durable players who played in all 34 games during the season and played at least 21 minutes in each game during the season...his career high of 38 minutes came in the Seminoles' overtime game against VCU in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament...totaled at least one assist and averaged a career-high 2.2 assists per game as a sophomore after averaging 1.3 assists in 34 games as a freshman...nearly doubled his steals total as a sophomore (30 and 0.9 spg) as compared to his freshman season (17 of 0.5 spg)...totaled 10 points and four assists in leading Florida State past Loyola Marymount in Snaer's homecoming game in Los Angeles (Dec. 18)...played the game in front of a group of nearly 30 family and friends as he played in near his hometown of Moreno Valley, Calif...Florida State won the game, 74-63, on their way to Hawaii for the Diamond Head Classic...(vs. Boston College): scored 13 points and was credited with one blocked shot and one steal in Florida State's only game of the season against NIT participant Boston College... one block and one steal helped the Seminoles' defensive effort which limited the Eagles to 51 points and .354 shooting from the field...tied for the team high with three 3-point shots made and was second on the team with 13 points...Florida State defeated Boston College, 67-51, in Tallahassee (Jan. 22)...helped Florida State stage a first half comeback to lead by a 29-27 advantage at halftime with five points...scored what proved to be the game winning basket on one of his three shots from the bonusphere to put Florida State up 19-16 with 6:59 remaining in the first half...increased Florida State's lead to 23-19 on a jumper at the 4:38 mark...eight second half points, including two more made 3-point shots, helped the Seminoles stretch their lead to as many as 17 in the second half and to take the win... (vs. Clemson): Averaged 6.0 points and 3.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson...the Seminoles won in Tallahassee and the Tigers won in Clemson as the teams split their regular season series...averaged a team leading 33.5 minutes played in the two game regular season series against the Tigers... totaled seven points, three rebounds and one blocked shot as Florida State defeated Clemson, 75-69, in Tallahassee (Dec. 12)...the win was Florida State's first of the season in conference play in December which allowed the Seminoles to hold their perch at the top of the ACC standings for nearly one month...four second half points as Florida State rallied for the win after trailing, 34-28, at halftime...a lay-up with 4:22 left in the game allowed Florida State to come within two at 59-61 with 4:22 left in the game...two free throw shots with 22 seconds remaining put Florida State up by a comfortable six points at 73-67 and closed the Tigers out for the victory...scored five points and pulled down four rebounds as Clemson defeated the Seminoles, 62-44, in Clemson (Jan. 29)...all five points came in the first half as the Seminoles worked to get themselves back into the game...(vs. Duke): Scored six points and pulled down two rebounds in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...the Seminoles defeated the No. 1 ranked Blue Devils, 66-61, for the fourth ever win over the nation's top ranked team in school history (Feb. 12)...totaled two steals as the Seminoles limited the Blue devils to 61 points and .314 shooting from the field...all six of his points came in the second half as Florida State did not trail in winning the game...four points on a jumper and a lay-up in a span of 1:20 gave the Seminoles a four point lead at 54-50...closed out the Blue Devils with two free throws with 23 seconds remaining in the game to give Florida State a 65-61 lead and set off the beginning of a raucous celebration inside the Donald L. Tucker Center... (vs. Georgia Tech): Scored 15 points and was credited with three assists in Florida State's only game of the season against Georgia Tech...shot the ball well against the Yellow Jackets as he made six of seven shots from the field (.667), one of two shots from 3-point range (.500) and two of three free throw shots (.667)...led the team with his three assists and was second on the team in scoring as Florida State won, 72-63, in Atlanta (Feb. 10)...totaled seven first half points to bolster the Seminoles to a 30-18 halftime lead...scored five of Florida State's first 10 points of the game on a jumper at the 17:57 mark and a 3-pointer at the 15:28 mark to send Florida State out to a quick 10-2 advantage...the Seminoles led by as many as 15 in the first half...eight second half points allowed Florida State to hold onto its lead for the entire game...(vs. Maryland): Totaled five points and six rebounds in one game against Maryland during the regular season...also added two assists and his ACC career high of three steals as Maryland defeated the Seminoles, 78-62, in College Park, Md. (Feb. 23)...three first half points on a jumper and a made free throw as the Seminoles played tough on the road...the Seminoles led by as many as seven points early but had to fight themselves back into the game to trail by on one at 37-38 at halftime...Maryland outscored the Seminoles, 40-25, in the second half to take the win...(vs. Miami): Averaged 6.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in two games against NIT participant Miami...made three of five 3-point field goal attempts and ranked second on the team with six assists as the Seminoles won both games of the regular season series in both Coral Gables and Tallahassee...totaled seven points and one rebound and Florida State mounted a ferocious comeback to win, 55-53, in Coral Gables (Jan. 19)...the Seminoles did not score their first basket of the game until the 10:11 mark of the first half and trailed by as many as 12 points in the first half before roaring back to win on the road...all seven of his points came in the second half as the Seminoles outscored the Hurricanes, 31-22, to win the game after trailing 31-24 at the intermission...helped Florida State quickly close their second half deficit with an assist on a Terrance Shannon dunk to make the score 26-34 and a 3-point shot to close the Seminoles' deficit to five a 29-34 at the 18:29 mark...cut the deficit to three at 35-38 on a lay-up at the 15:22 mark and cut it again to one at 40-39 on a jumper at the 12:12 mark...his jumper at the 12:12 mark began a game ending and game winning 18-13 run that led to Florida State's victory...scored six points to go along with five rebounds and five assists to lead the Seminoles over the Hurricanes, 65-59, in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...all six of his points on two three pointers early in the first half as Florida State busted out to a seemingly commanding 16-2 lead with just 5:58 elapsed in the game...a 3-pointer at the 18:28 mark upped the Seminoles' early lead to 5-0 and a second shot from the bonusphere increased the Seminoles' lead to 13-2 at the 14;43 mark...the Seminoles led by as many as 22 points in the first half and never trailed in the game...despite not scoring any points in the second half he was credited with three assists that led directly to eight second half points...his third assist of the half came on a jumper by Okaro White to increase the Seminoles lead back to five and certainly closed out the Hurricanes with 32 seconds remaining in the game...the Hurricanes had cut the Seminoles lead to three at 62-59 before Snaer's assist to White ended their threat...(vs. North Carolina): Averaged 8.5 points and 1.0 steals in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...shot .533 from the field (eight of 15) in the two games against the Tar Heels...scored six points in 23 minutes of play as the Seminoles traveled to play at North Carolina...the Tar Heels defeated the Seminoles, 89-69, on Super Bowl Sunday in Chapel Hill (Feb. 6)...all six of his points came in the first half as the Seminoles worked to stay with the Tar Heels...North Carolina led by a 43-34 margin at halftime in winning at home...totaled 11 points, one rebound, one assist and two steals as the Seminoles played host to North Carolina at home...the Tar Heels won the game on a buzzer beating 3-point shot by All-American Harrison Barnes with three seconds remaining in the game to take the come from behind 72-20 win in Tallahassee (March 2)...tied for the team lead with nine first half points as Florida State took a 38-37 lead at halftime...six points in the final 4:20 of the first half allowed Florida State to weather nine first half ties to lead going into the locker room...broke three ties and put Florida State ahead on three different occasions in the final five minutes of the first half...broke a tie at the 4:20 mark to give Florida State a 30-28 lead, broke another tie at the 2:16 mark to give Florida State a 26-34 led and again put the Seminoles on top 38-36 with 34 seconds left in the first half...helped the Seminoles close as much as a seven point gap in the second half with a lay-up at the 5:10 mark to bring Florida State to within four a 58-62...Snaer's basket at the 5:10 mark began a game ending 14-10 run that came up just short for the Seminoles as Barnes stole the show and the game at the buzzer...(vs. NC State): Averaged 13.0 points and 3.5 assists in two games against NC State...was Florida State's third leading scorer against the Wolfpack with 26 points and led the Seminoles in assists with seven as Florida State defeated the Wolfpack in both Tallahassee and Raleigh...was a perfect six of six from the free throw line in the two games against the Wolfpack...was one of five Seminoles to score in double figures with 13 points to go along with three assists in the Seminoles 84-71 win over the Wolfpack in Tallahassee (Jan. 15)...totaled four first half points and two first half assists to send the Seminoles to a commanding 28-19 lead...broke a tie at the 8:41 mark with two free throws to give Florida State a 14-12 advantage...totaled nine second half points as Florida State as Florida State increased its lead to as many as 22 points in earning the win...the Seminoles never trailed in the game...the win over NC State was significant because it was the third of the season for the Seminoles and was the first game after their historic victory over No. 1 ranked Duke...totaled 13 points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals in the Seminoles 72-62 win over NC State in Raleigh (March 6)...a 3-point shot with only 24 seconds elapsed in the game gave the Seminoles a 5-0 lead right out of the gate...a dunk at the 15:05 mark increased the Seminoles' lead to 13-5 and counted as two of his five first half points that helped Florida State take a 34-25 lead...made big baskets in the second half as the Wolfpack worked themselves back into the game, and took a lead, after trailing by as many as 13 in the first half...a lay-up at the 6:52 mark put the Seminoles back up by one at 56-55 and a steal and a lay-up increased the Seminoles' lead to a more comfortable 60-55 margin with 5:42 left...closed the Wolfpack out and led the Seminoles to the road win with four of four free throws in the final 1:35 of the game...the victory closed out the regular season for the Seminoles with a 21-9 overall record, an 11-5 mark in the ACC, a third place finish in the ACC standings and one of the four all-important byes through the first round of the ACC Tournament...it marked the second time in the first two years of Snaer's career at Florida State that the Seminoles had finished in the top four of the ACC standings...(vs. Virginia): Led Florida State with 16 points, eight rebounds and two assists in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Virginia...the Seminoles won the game, 63-56, in Tallahassee...led the Seminoles in scoring and rebounding and shot perfect four of four against the Cavaliers from the free throw line...three first half points on a 3-point field goal at the 4:55 mark gave the Seminoles a 27-21 advantage...totaled 13 points in the second half to lead the Seminoles to the win...all 16 of his points came after standout forward Chris Singleton was injured and lost for the next six games...his 13 second half points helped the Seminoles win the game and were especially important as the Seminoles closed as much as a 16 point second half deficit to a few as three with 1:12 left in the game...Saner was four of four from the free throw in the final 20 seconds of the game...his four of four free throws helped Florida State advance a five point lead with 22 seconds left in the game to a nine point lead with nine seconds remaining to effectively close out the Cavaliers...Snaer's role grew in importance during the remainder of the season with the injury to Singleton...Snaer averaged 8.2 points per game in the six games that Singleton was out of the line-up and averaged 9.2 points per game in the final nine games of the season while Singleton was not at full strength...(vs. Virginia Tech): Averaged 9.5 points, 2.5 assists and 1.5 rebounds in two game against NIT participant Virginia Tech...scored 11 points and was credited with four assists as the Seminoles traveled to play in Blacksburg in their first January game of the ACC schedule...the Hokies came up on the long end with a 71-59 win (Jan. 8)...three first half points on a three point shot and eight second half points as Florida State attempted to work its way back into the game after trailing 29-19 at halftime...scored eight points to go along with three rebounds and three assists as the third seeded Seminoles faced the sixth seeded Hokies in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum...the Hokes were handed the victory after referees disallowed a 3-point shot at the buzzer by Florida State's Derwin Kitchen that would have given the Seminoles a 54-52 win...(vs. Wake Forest): Averaged 8.5 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.3 steals in two games against Wake Forest...Florida State won both of the games during the regular season series against the Deacons with wins in both Tallahassee and Winston Salem...scored 11 points and added two steals as Florida State defeated the Deacons, 85-61, in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...totaled nine first half points including four of the Seminoles' first six points of the game to lead Florida State to a commanding 31-19 lead at halftime...was the Seminoles' leading scorer with nine first half points and scored two in the second half as Florida State won its sixth ACC game of the season...scored six points and pulled down six rebounds in the Seminoles' 84-66 win over Wake Forest in Winston Salem (Feb. 19)...all six points came in the second half as Snaer was a driving force behind the Seminoles increased offensive production in the second half of the game...Florida State scored 10 points in the first 11 minutes of the game as they played without injured superstar Chris Singleton for the first time since he as had been injured against Virginia one week earlier...Florida State trailed 33-31 at the half before rallying to win the game with a 53 point scoring outburst in the second half...Snaer scored what proved to be the game winning basket on a lay-up to put Florida State up 39-37 with 16:02 left in regulation...from there Florida State extended its lead to as many as 20 in gaining their ninth ACC win of the season...(In Three Games During the NCAA Tournament): Averaged 11.3 points, 2.7 assists and 1.7 rebounds as Florida State advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament with victories over No. 20 ranked and seventh seeded Texas A&M and No. 5 ranked and second seeded Notre Dame...was the Seminoles' seconds leading scorer with 34 points - as he scored in double figures in two of the Seminoles' three NCAA Tournament games...shot .500 percent from the field (12 of 24) and was tied for the team lead with eight total steals...the Seminoles wins over the Aggies and the Fighting Irish allowed Florida State to advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 1993 season and for the fourth time in school history....(vs. Texas A&M): Scored nine points, pulled down one rebound and added one assist in the Seminoles' 57-50 come from behind win over Texas A&M in the second round of the tournament at the United Center in Chicago (March 18)...Florida State trailed by as many as five in the first half, trailed by 26-23 at halftime and were behind by as many as eight points in the second half...all nine of his points came in the second half as the Seminoles earned the win...part of the Seminoles' 13-0 run to begin the second half and helped the Seminoles moved from eight down at 23-31 at the 17:34 mark to up five at 36-31 at the 11:29 mark...Snaer scored on a lay-up at the 11:29 mark to send the Seminoles on their way to the victory...scored seven of the Seminoles' final nine points of the game in the final 2:28 to lead Florida State to the win...his seven points in the final 2:28 of the game included three free throws to close out the Aggies...(vs. Notre Dame): Scored 13 points, pulled down two rebounds and was credited with four assists in the Seminoles' 71-57 manhandling of No. 5 ranked and second seeded Notre Dame in a win that sent the Seminoles to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1993 (March 20)...was one of four Seminoles in double figures in the monumental win for the Seminoles...scored eight first half points including a 3-point shot at the 17:55 mark of the first half to put the Seminoles on the board and give them a 3-2 lead...tied the game at 5-5 just 30 seconds later at the 17:25 mark...assists on consecutive Seminole baskets at the 14:07 and 13:24 marks sent the Seminoles on their way to the national eye-opening victory...assisted on a 3-point shot by Deividas Dulkys at the 14:07 mark which gave the Seminoles a 12-9 lead and turned out be the game winning basket...also an assists at the 13:24 mark on a lay-up by Derwin Kitchen sent the Seminoles to a 14-9 lead...a Snaer 3-pointer gave the Seminoles a 12 point lead with 6:01 left in the half gave the Seminoles a double digit lead that they held for the remainder of the game...totaled five second half points as Florida State cruised to the win over the team that finished in second place in the standings of the mighty Big East Conference...(vs. VCU): Totaled 12 points to go along with two rebounds and three assists in a career-high 38 minutes as the Seminoles played VCU in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament...the Rams took the overtime victory, 72-71, at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas (March 25)...was one of three Seminoles to score in double figures as the Seminoles lost for the first time during the season when they scored 70 or more points and was their first overtime loss of the season...scored six of his 12 points in the first half as Florida State rallied from as much as a nine point first half deficit to trail by only five at 31-36 at the intermission...scored four points in the second half as Florida State rallied to take a leads and tie the game at 65-65 at the end of regulation...four points on a 3-point shot at the 7:02 mark to pull Florida State to within six at 56-62 and a free throw to close the Seminoles' gap to two a 61-63 with 4:13 left in regulation...Snaer's free throw allowed the Seminoles to close the game on a 4-2 spurt that tied the game and sent it into overtime tie at 65-65...scored two points in overtime - the first of the period for either team - to put the Seminoles up 67-65...the Rams outscored the Seminoles 7-4 in the final 3:33 of the game to steal the win...(In Three Games During the Diamond Head Classic): Averaged 6.0 points, 2.3 rebounds and .20 assists as the Seminoles finished in third place in the Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu...the Seminoles earned wins over homestanding Hawaii and no. 15 Baylor while losing a three point game to Butler in the semifinals of the three game event...made five of six free throws (.833 percent) in the tournament...(vs. Hawaii): Scored seven points and pulled down two rebounds in the Seminoles' 70-62 win over Hawaii on its home court (Dec. 22)...scored all seven of his points in the second half as the Rainbow Warriors played the final 20 minutes neck and neck with Florida State...the Seminoles won the game in the first half as they took a commanding 33-25 lead as they rallied from being down by as many as five points...(vs. Butler): Totaled seven points and two rebounds in the Seminoles' semifinal game against NCAA Tournament participant Butler...the Bulldogs, who played in the national championship game for the second consecutive season, held off the fast charging Seminoles to win, 67-64, at the Stan Sheriff Center at the University of Hawaii (Dec. 23)...scored five first half points to help the Seminoles stay in the game and trail by only two at 19-21 at the intermission...scored the Seminoles' final four points in the final 57 seconds of the first half to help Florida State get back into the game after trailing by as many as 10...was perfect on two free throws at the 0:57 mark to pull the Seminoles to within five at 16-21 and closed the gap even more on a 3-pointer with four seconds remaining to pull the Seminoles to within two at 19-21 at the break...a second half jumper wasn't enough as the Bulldogs won the game and went on to claim the tournament championship with a win over Washington State...(vs. Baylor): Scored four points to go along with three rebounds and three assists to help lead Florida State past No. 15 Baylor in the final game of the Diamond Head Classic...the Seminoles defeated the Bears, 68-61, in a game played at the University of Hawaii (Dec. 25)... all four points came in the first half and helped the Seminoles rally back from as much as a nine point first half deficit to take a 37-33 lead at the half...a 3-point shot at the 3:50 mark of the first half gave Florida State a 29-28 lead and brought the Seminoles all the way back from as much as a nine point deficit...his 3-point shot helped Florida State take the important halftime lead...three assists that led directly to six points helped the Seminoles keep their lead for the entire second half and take the win....the win was important as a victory and also as the Seminoles' first win over a ranked team during the season...the Seminoles would go onto earn four victories over ranked teams including two in the NCAA Tournament...(vs. Florida): Scored a team high 15 points on a career-high five made 3-point field goals in the Seminoles' only game against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...the Gators won, 55-51, in Tallahassee (Nov. 28)...was the only game that he did not start during his sophomore season but he made the most of closing the game well...made one of his five 3-point shots in the first half and the Seminoles trailed by a 30-21 margin...made four 3-point shots in the second half as the Seminoles outscored the Gators to get back in to the game...cut Florida State's deficit to five on consecutive 3-point shots at the 10:34 mark (33-41) and the 9:57 mark (36-41)...his two shots from the bonusphere in a span of 37 seconds started a 13-3 run that saw the Seminoles take their deficit from 11 all the way down to one on a dunk by Chris Singleton with 7:21 left in the game...a fifth 3-point shot with 53 seconds remaining the game brought the Seminoles to within two at 51-53...

AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Averaged 8.8 points (third on the team), 2.7 rebounds (sixth) and 1.3 assists (fourth) while making 23 3-point field goals (fourth) and 57 free throws (tied for third)...became only the fifth player in school history to be named to the ACC All-Freshman Team...finished fifth among all freshmen in the ACC with an 8.8 points per game scoring average and 11th among all league freshmen with a 2.7 rebounds per game average...was also Florida State's third leading scorer in conference games only with a 9.1 points per game average...he scored in double figures in seven of 16 ACC games and in 14 of 32 games (both 44 percent) in his first season...was Florida State's leading free throw shooter in ACC games only with a team leading .765 shooting percentage...he shot .765 from the free throw line in 16 ACC games as compared to .554 in 16 non conference games - am improvement of more than 20 percentage points in helping the Seminoles to a 10-6 mark in the ACC standings...named the ACC Rookie of the Week on Feb. 15, 2010 for his performances against Clemson (10 points and four rebounds) and Boston College (18 points and two assists) as he averaged 14.0 points in the two games...his 282 points are tied for the eight highest total by a freshman in school history, his 230 field goal attempts are tied for ninth in school history among freshman, his 23 3-point field goals are tied for 10th, his 66 3-point field goal attempts are tied for seventh, his 57 free throws are tied for sixth and his 87 free throws attempted are tied for eighth...started the final 10 games of the season for the Seminoles as he helped the Seminoles' last season run to a 10-6 record and a third place finish in the ACC and their second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance...helped Florida State to a 6-2 record in its final eight ACC games of the season to move the Seminoles from a sixth place standing with a 4-4 record into third place with a 10-6 mark...his exciting play helped Florida State to finish in the top four of the ACC standings for the second consecutive season and for the fourth time in school history...averaged 9.9 points and 2.4 rebounds as he led Florida State to a 3-1 record at home with wins over Miami, Boston College and Wake Forest and a 3-1 record on the road with victories at Virginia, North Carolina and Miami to close out the regular season...stepped to the forefront and announced his intentions of his desire to be a great player with a 14-point performance in his first career game against Jacksonville (Nov. 16) in front of the hometown Tallahassee crowd...scored his career-high of 18 points in Florida State's victory over Boston College at home (Jan. 30) in just his third career start...scored his career-high of 18 points for the first of two times in Florida State's victory over UT Martin (Dec. 22) and followed that performance with a 10-point total in the Seminoles' win over Alabama A&M (Dec. 31)...scored 10 points in his national debut against Ohio State on the road in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Dec. 2)...shot the ball well as he was four of six from the field and a perfect four of four from the free throw line in the nationally televised game against the Buckeyes...his 10-point performance against Ohio State began a career-high four consecutive game string of double figure scoring as he averaged 11.5 points against Ohio State (10 points), Florida International (12), Georgia State (12) and Auburn (14)...scored in double-figures (12 points against NC State) in his third career ACC game and scored in double figures in consecutive ACC games twice (at Duke and at Boston College as well as at Clemson and against Boston College)...Florida State's leading scorer in four games: against UT Martin, against Boston College (Feb. 14) against Clemson (Feb. 28, 2010) and against Wake Forest (March 3)...totaled a career-high eight assists in the Seminoles' 61-60 win over Miami (March 6) - a win that closed out the regular season with the Seminoles' second consecutive 10-win league record...averaged 7.9 points in 12 games against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament and 7.8 points against five ranked teams during the 2009-10 season...(vs. Boston College): averaged 14.0 points, 2.5 assists and 2.0 rebounds in two games against Boston College...was Florida State's leading scorer against the Eagles as the Seminoles' swept the two-game regular season series for the first time in school history...helped the Seminoles with 10 points off of the bench as Florida State won on the road in Chestnut Hill for the first time in school history and totaled game-high 18 points as a starter as the Seminoles also won in Tallahassee...shot .625 from the field (10 of 16), .400 from the 3-point line (two of five) and .750 from the free throw line (six of eight) in the pair of wins for the Seminoles...totaled 10 points, three rebounds and three assists in the Seminoles' 61-57 victory over Boston College in Chestnut Hill (Jan. 30)...scored eight of his 10 points in the second half as Florida State rallied from a five point halftime deficit (27-22) to win the contest by four...the win was Florida State's first ever at the Solvio O. Conte Forum...gave Florida State its first lead of the second half with a jumper at the 9:53 mark to put the Seminoles up 40-38...his basket began a game-ending 23-19 run that gave Florida State the win...was money from the free throw line with 30 seconds left in the game to give the Seminoles an insurmountable 59-54 advantage...the Eagles closed to no closer than two during the waning seconds of the game...scored a game-high 18 points on six of nine shooting from the field and a perfect four of four shooting from the free throw line in leading Florida State to a 62-47 win over Boston College in Tallahassee (Feb. 14)...marked the first of three ACC games that he lead the Seminoles' in scoring during his freshman season...spread his points out evenly with nine in the first half and nine in the second half...five points in the final 6:05 of the first half allowed the Seminoles to overcome as much as a six point deficit and go into the locker room tied at 30-30...scored what proved to be the game-winning basket on a lay-up to give Florida State a 37-36 lead with 17:30 remaining in the game...extended the Seminoles' lead to 10 and 48-38 on a jumper at the 13:01 and then to 12 at 55-43 on a 3-point shot with 5:50 left before the final buzzer...scored five points on two free throws and his 3-point shot in the span of 37 seconds to begin to allow the Seminoles to put the game out of reach...helped on a defensive effort that limited Boston College to 47 points, a .333 field goal shooting percentage and 22 points off 14 Eagle turnovers in the win...the 47 points allowed by the Seminole defense tied the school record for fewest points allowed in an ACC game in school history...(vs. Clemson): averaged 9.0 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.0 steals in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson...scored 10 points in his first ACC road start at Clemson as the Seminoles fell to the Tigers (Feb. 10)...five of his 10 points came in the second half and helped the Seminoles outscore the Tigers, 43-40, over the final 20 minutes in attempting to get back into the game after falling behind 37-24 at the half...totaled eight points to go along with three rebounds and two steals as the Seminoles fell to Clemson, 53-50, in Tallahassee (Feb. 28)...helped Florida State close an early second half six point deficit with four points on a free throw shot and a 3-point basket...his 3-point basket put the Seminoles up 34-32 lead with 10:50 remaining in the game...the Seminoles held the lead until there were 30 seconds left in the game at the Tigers took their final lead of the game in a distant 3-point shot...(vs. Duke): scored 13 points, pulled down three rebounds and earned one assist in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA National Champion Duke...shot well from the field (.556, five of nine) and the free throw line (.667, two of three)...came off the bench in his first appearance in the famed Cameron Indoor Stadium...the Blue Devils won the game, 70-56, in Durham (Jan. 27)...all 13 of his points came in the second half as Florida State worked to get back into the game after falling behind by 10 at halftime...totaled 11 of his 13 points in the first 10:27 of the second half as Florida State whittled a 10-point deficit to a five point deficit on a lay-up by Snaer that drew Florida State to within five at 51-46 with 9:33 left in the game...the Seminoles opened the half on a 17-12 run to pull within striking distance...scored five consecutive and seven of nine Seminole points from 13:27 mark through the 9:33 mark to pull the Seminoles to within five at 51-46...points came on a free throw shot, two lay-ups and a jumper to get Florida State to within striking distance...scored four points, including three on a 3-point shot with 1:18 remaining in the game...(vs. Georgia Tech): averaged 3.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Georgia Tech...Florida State swept the regular season series from the Yellow Jackets winning in Atlanta and in Tallahassee....scored five points and pulled down four rebounds in his first career ACC game as the Seminoles defeated the Yellow Jackets in Atlanta, 66-59, in overtime to open the ACC schedule (Dec. 20)...also added one blocked shot in 17 minutes of play...did all his statistical damage in the first half as he helped Florida State take a 27-22 lead at the intermission...scored five consecutive points in a span of 38 seconds on a 3-point shot with 1:28 left before halftime to put Florida State up 25-21 and made a jump shot with 50 seconds left to put the Seminoles up six a 27-21...all five points proved important as the Yellow Jackets outscored the Seminoles by five in the second half to send the game into overtime...a blocked shot on a Gani Lawal lay-up attempt at the 13:52 mark of the second half also proved important as it allowed Florida State to keep a 31-31 advantage...the Seminoles outscored Georgia Tech 12-5 in the overtime period to win their all-important first ACC game of the season...scored two points and pulled down one rebound in the Seminoles 68-66 victory over Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Jan. 24)...his two points came on a first half lay-up that drew Florida State to within 28-26 at the 3:38 mark...his last basket allowed the Seminoles to forge a 34-34 tie at the intermission after trailing by as many as seven points in the first half...the lone bucket also proved important as the Seminoles won the game by two points...(vs. Maryland): averaged 8.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Maryland...scored eight points to go along with one rebound, one assist and one steal as the Seminoles lost at College Park, 77-68, in Snaer's first career ACC road game (Jan. 10)...totaled six of his eight points in the second half as Florida State got to within three points in the second half after trailing by as many as 15 early in the second half...started an 11-0 Florida State run with a 3-point shot at the 15:24 mark that saw the Seminoles go from 14 down (48-34) to only three down (48-45) in just over three minutes of playing time...scored five points on a 3-point shot and a jumper as Florida State worked for the win on the road...totaled nine points and three rebounds as the Seminoles played host to the Terps in Tallahassee (Feb. 4)...looked to have tied the game at 66-66 with 14 seconds left in the game on a driving lay-up but the basket was called off on a charge call that allowed Maryland to regroup and hold on for the victory...four first half points helped the Seminoles to a 29-25 halftime lead and despite five second half points, the Seminoles fell 71-67 at home...(vs. Miami): averaged 7.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games during the regular season against Miami...totaled a team leading nine assists (4.5 assists per game) as he earned his career-high of eight assists in the Seminoles victory over the Hurricanes as the Seminoles won in Coral Gables...Florida State swept the season series from the Hurricanes with victories at home and on the road...scored nine points and totaled one rebound, one assist and one steal in his first career start as Florida State defeated Miami, 71-65, in Tallahassee (Feb. 6)...was a perfect two of two from the free throw line in 27 minutes of play as he made his debut as a starter...four first half points came in a 25 second span as back to back lay-ups allowed Florida State to take a four points lead at 28-24 with 3:11 remaining before halftime...helped Florida State close out the win with five second half points including a 3-point basket that extended the Seminoles lead to 56-47 with 4:52 left in the game...added two free throws with 3:36 left to put Florida State up 61-50... totaled five points, four rebounds and a career-high eight assists in leading Florida State to the 61-60 win in Coral Gables to close out the regular season...the victory over the Hurricanes allowed the Seminoles to gain a 10-6 record in the ACC and a third place finish in the ACC standings...scored zero points but his four assists led directly to nine points and a 30-22 halftime lead for Florida State...his assists went to Derwin Kitchen (on a 3-point shot), Ryan Reid for a short jumper, a dunk by Solomon Alabi and a jumper by Deividas Dulkys...directly responsible for 14 second half points on five points by himself and assists on a dunk by Alabi, two lay-ups by Reid and a 3-point shot by Luke Loucks (game winning shot)...assisted on Loucks basket with 1:52 left in the game that proved to be the final basket of the game and the game-winning basket...scored on 3-point shot with 9:42 remaining in the game to give Florida State a 47-37 lead and on a jumper with 5:32 left to put the Seminoles back up by 10 at 58-48...each of his points and assists were important as the Hurricanes took the lead with two minutes remaining in the game before Snaer connected with Loucks on the game winning basket...(vs. North Carolina): scored 11 points to go along with four assists and one rebound in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NIT participant North Carolina...shot .500 percent form the field (four of eight), made one of two 3-point shots and was perfect form the free throw line (two of two) as the Seminoles won in the Dean E. Smith Center for the first time under head coach Leonard Hamilton...part of the Seminoles' first half barrage from the 3-point line with three points on a shot from the bonusphere to help the Seminoles to a commanding 48-33 lead at halftime...Snaer's first half 3-point shot was one of nine for Florida State in the first 20 minutes and gave Florida State a 15-10 lead with 14:37 remaining before the intermission...five points in the final 2:18 of the game helped Florida State close out the Tar Heels and win their 20th game of the season...Florida State was 11 of 24 from the 3-point line in the victory...(vs. NC State): averaged 9.0 points, 2.5 rebounds and 27.0 minutes played per game in two games against NIT participant NC State...shot .727 from the field (eight of 11) and was a perfect 1.000 percent (two of two) from the free throw line against the Wolfpack...scored 12 points and pulled down three rebounds in 25 minutes of play as Florida State fell to NC State, 88-81, in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...his 12 points were his fourth highest scoring total in an ACC game during his freshman season...scored eight second half points, including six in the final six minutes of the game, in helping work the Seminoles back into the game in the second half...scored six points, pulled down two rebounds and had one steal in his first career ACC Tournament game against NC State at the Greensboro Coliseum (March 12)...the Wolfpack defeated the Seminoles, 58-52, to advance to the semifinals of the tournament...all six of his points came in the second half of the game...(vs. Virginia): scored four points to go along with one rebound and one assist in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Virginia...was a starter for the fourth consecutive game as the Seminoles defeated the Cavaliers, 69-50, in Charlottesville (Feb. 17)...all four of his points came in the second half as Florida State stretch their lead to as many as 23 in the final 20 minutes of the game...his first basket of the game gave Florida State an 11 point lead (39-28) with 17:00 minutes left while his second basket put Florida State up by 20 (66-46) with 1:15 left in the game...(vs. Virginia Tech): scored eight points and pulled down seven rebounds as Florida State defeated NIT participant Virginia Tech in the only meeting of the season between the Seminoles and the Hokies...the Seminoles' 63-58 victory in Tallahassee (Jan. 16) proved to be one of the biggest wins of the year at the end of the season as the two teams tied for third place in the ACC standings - the win by the Seminoles gave them the third place finish and the No. 3 seed in the ACC Tournament...a second half offensive and defensive terror as he scored all eight of his points and pulled down five of his seven rebounds in crunch time in leading Florida State to the win...six points in the final 5:30 of the game including two of two from the free throw line with two seconds remaining to seal the victory...a 3-point shot at the 5:30 mark put Florida State up 53-43 while one of two free throw shots gave the Seminoles a 58-52 lead with 20 seconds left in the game...his two free throws with two seconds left extended a slim, one-point lead to three at 61-58...the Seminoles closed out the game on two free throws by Deividas Dulkys with two seconds left...Virginia Tech, which trailed by as many as 10 in the second half, had their deficit cut to two with 8:54 left and one just before the buzzer finally sounded...also added three rebounds in the final 2:53 of the game to keep the Hokies off the scoreboard....(vs. Wake Forest): lead Florida State with 14 points, to go along with four rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest...was nearly perfect in shooting the basketball as he made four of six shots from the field and was a perfect six of six from the free throw line in Florida State's 51-47 victory in Tallahassee...the win improved the Seminoles' record to 21-8 overall and 9-6 in the ACC...his four rebounds helped Florida State's defensive effort that limited the Demon Deacons to 47 points and .425 shooting from the field...the 47 points ranks as the fewest allowed by the Seminoles in an ACC game in school history while his defensive effort on Al-Farouq Aminu held the All-American and NBA first round draft choice scoreless for the only time in his career...scored six first half points and eight second half points to help Florida State to the win...helped Florida State recover from an early 6-0 hole (with two timeouts taken within the first two minutes of the game) to take a 31-25 lead at halftime...gave Florida State a seven point lead (21-14) with a dunk at the 6:23 mark and up by nine (31-22) at the 2:26 mark...was a perfect six of six from the free throw line in the final 8:46 of the game as the Seminoles held off the Deacons for the win...a perfect two of two from the line at the 8:46 mark to extend a one point Seminole lead to three at 43-40 and immediately successful from the free throw line again at the 8:04 mark to once again extend a one point lead to three at 45-42...totaled four points on a perfect four of four free throws in 42 seconds of playing time...closed out the game with two more free throws with four seconds remaining to extend a two point lead to 51-47 and give Florida State its final margin of victory...(vs. Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament): totaled nine points, four rebounds, two assists and one steal in 34 minutes of playing time against Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament...the game was played at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, N.Y. (March 19)...all nine of his points came in the second half of the game as the Seminoles outscored the Bulldogs, 41-32, as they worked to climb back into the game over the final 20 minutes...after trailing by as many as 18 points in the second half, his nine points allowed the Seminoles to get to within four late in the game...had made four of six shots from the field in the second half ...his 34 minutes of playing time marked his freshman season career high...(In Three Games During The Old Spice Classic): averaged 3.3 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.0 assist in three games during the Old Spice Classic in helping Florida State to wins over Iona, Alabama and Marquette for the team championship of the prestigious Old Spice Classic...the event was played over a four day span at the Milk House at the ESPN/Disney Wide World of Sports Complex...scored four points, pulled down three rebounds and blocked one shot in the Seminoles' opening round 54-49 victory over Iona in the first round of the event (Nov. 26) ...totaled two points in each half with his second half basket giving Florida State a six point lead (45-39) with 5:53 left...his basket proved important as Iona cut the Seminoles' lead to one on two occasions with under three minutes remaining in the game...a huge defensive play with a blocked shot on a 3-point shot attempt by Milan Prodanovic with six seconds remaining in the game...had the shot gone in it would have once again cut Florida State's lead to one point...totaled four points, three rebounds, two assists and one steal in the Seminoles' victory over Alabama in the semifinals of the event (Nov. 27) ...the Seminoles defeated Alabama, 60-51, to advance to the championship game of the tournament...all four points came in the second half as Florida State overcame a six-point deficit in the first half to win the game...his second half points came on a free throw and a 3-point shot...Florida State never trailed during the second half of play...scored two points and added one rebound and one assist in 24 minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated Marquette, 57-56, to claim the championship of the tournament (Nov. 29)...it marked the second consecutive season the Seminoles had won the championship of an in-season tournament after claiming the championship of the Global Sports Classic in 2009...Florida State rallied from as many as 17 points down in the second half (with 15:54 left) and a 12-point halftime deficit to win the game and the championship...the halftime comeback was tied for the largest halftime comeback in the ACC during the 2009-10 season...his only bucket of the game pulled Florida State to within eight at 19-11 with 6:47 left in the game...his basket started a 46-37 game-ending run that gave the Seminoles the victory...(vs. Florida): scored five points and pulled down four rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...the Gators defeated the Seminoles, 68-52, in Gainesville (Nov. 24)...all five points came in the second half as the Seminoles outscored the Gators, 33-29, over the final 20 minutes of the game...

AT RANCHO VERDE: Graduated from Rancho Verde High School in 2009...averaged a double-double of 28.1 points and 10.8 rebounds to go along with 5.2 assists, 3.6 steals and 2.2 blocked shots per game as a senior...led the Mustangs to a 24-6 record during his senior season...named the Gatorade California boys' basketball player of the year as a senior in 2009...earned the 2008 John Wooden Award as the CIF Southern Division II Player of the Year...the seventh best player in the nation and the second ranked shooting guard in the prep ranks according the Rivals.com flowing his senior season...the 22nd overall ranked player and the seventh best shooting guard in the nation as a senior according the ESPN.com...scored 13 points on six of nine shooting from the field and pulled down two rebounds in 17 minutes of playing time at the 2009 McDonald's All-American game played at the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Fla...named the Most Valuable Player at the Derby Classic All-Star game which was played at the University of Louisville's Freedom Hall following his senior season in 2009...led all scorers with 30 points, pulled down seven rebounds and earned six assists in leading the Gold Team to a 151-145 victory in the Derby Classic...named the top performer in the class of 2009 in the Las Vegas all-star events by Rivals.com during the


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