2012-13: Snow played the third-most minutes among MSU's post players as a junior and averaged 5.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and 15.4 minutes per game on the season...Shot 44.9 percent overall to rank second on the team...Began the year with consecutive double-figure scoring efforts, notching a career-high 12 points against 22nd-ranked Oklahoma State (Nov. 13) and topping that two days later with 15 points on 6-of-11 shooting with seven rebounds at UALR...Also had three blocked shots against the Trojans...Grabbed at least six rebounds in each of the season's final five games, playing no fewer than 20 minutes in each one...Scored 14 points at Illinois State (March 3)...Went 6-for-9 shooting and scored 12 points in the MVC Tournament against Drake (March 14)...Shot 20-for-24 from the foul line between Feb. 10 and March 9...Hit 3-pointers against Oklahoma State (Nov. 13), Wichita State (Jan. 3) and Evansville (Feb. 23)...Joined sister Tyonna in the starting lineup Jan. 25 at Evansville to become the first sisters to start a game at MSU since Melody and Julie Howard in 1994.
2011-12: Snow became a vital cog in Missouri State's rotation as the season wore on, starting the team's final 17 games after playing a total of just 46 minutes in MSU's first 16 contests...Missouri State went 14-3 with her in the starting lineup...Made an immediate impact in her first starting nod, scoring nine points and grabbing six rebounds at Evansville (Jan. 21)...Matched those nine points and six boards her next game against Indiana State (Jan. 27)...Averaged 2.5 points and 2.4 rebounds for the season to go with 17 steals and nine blocked shots...Had three steals in the MVC Tournament semifinals against Creighton (March 10), duplicating that against Memphis (March 17) in the WNIT, adding six points and four rebounds in the Lady Bear victory...Corraled a season-high eight rebounds in the season finale at Oklahoma State (March 22)...Tallied at least five rebounds in six different games.
2010-11: Snow sat out the season as a redshirt under NCAA transfer guidelines.
Background: Snow saw action in six games as a true freshman at Cincinnati in 2009-10, averaging 1.3 points and 1.0 rebounds in just over four minutes per outing...Was a four-year prep letterwinner at Blue Springs (Mo.) High School for head coaches Tony Armstrong and Mark Spigarelli...Was a four-time all-district and three-time all-conference selection and an all-state honoree her senior year...Helped the Wildcats to four conference championships and a pair of district titles during her varsity career...Helped Blue Springs compile a 73-11 record during her final three seasons, including a 28-3, Missouri Class 5 state runner-up finish in 2008-09...Played for the Kansas City Select, one of the top AAU programs in the nation...Also earned three letters in track and field and volleyball for the Wildcats.
Personal: Bryonna Moneé Snow is the daughter of Tyra Snow and Percy Snow...Born in Dayton, Ohio...Has one sister, Tyonna, a freshman guard for the Lady Bears...Father was an All-American linebacker at Michigan State and a first-round draft choice of the Kansas City Chiefs in 1990...Mother ran track at Michigan State...Uncle, Eric Snow, played 13 seasons in the NBA...Turned 22 in September...Sport and Park Administration major.