David Snyder joined the Louisiana Tech football program in 2008 after serving at Indiana University and is now in his fourth year as director of video operations for LA Tech Athletics.
Snyder is involved with all 16 NCAA sanctioned sports at Louisiana Tech, shooting, editing, putting together highlights and coordinating the efforts of the video department.
The Clemson grad played an integral role in helping coordinate the efforts of the new video board that was installed at Joe Aillet Stadium in the summer of 2009 and has been an integral part of the integration of LA Tech All-Access - the online webstreaming platform for all Tech home sporting events.
Snyder also served as the Western Athletic Conference representative to the College Sports Video Association (CSVA) for the third year in a row.
While with the Hoosiers, Snyder worked as a graduate assistant for the football team's video department and earned a master's degree in sport management.
At Indiana, Snyder had responsibilities of filming and editing games, practices and opponents' film. He also maintained the cameras and related equipment.
Before his time at Indiana, Snyder earned his bachelor's in communication studies from Clemson where he worked as a student assistant videographer. At Clemson, he ran press conferences from a lighting and video aspect and also shot, edited and cut each sport's highlight tape.
Snyder also worked as a representative for the Big Ten Network for Indiana and has shot video packages for ACC Live, Fox Sports Net and ABC Sports.
Snyder, who as a youngster earned the Eagle Award by the Boy Scouts of America, is married to the former Elizabeth Davis.