Hoffman Estates soccer legend Ken Snow Death – Dead : Ken Snow Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.
Hoffman Estates soccer legend Ken Snow dies, according to a statement posted online on June. 22, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,
Soccer great Ken Snow, who set an Illinois high school record with 128 goals at Hoffman Estates before becoming a four-time All-American at Indiana, died two days shy of his 51st birthday Sunday.https://t.co/pulY1Jk7cs
— Chicago Tribune Sports (@ChicagoSports) June 23, 2020
— Tony Ganas (@TonyGanas) June 23, 2020
I get home from work and I find out about the tragic death of former Hoffman Estates Soocer legend Ken Snow due to complications from COVID-19. He was to turn 51 on Tuesday. Along with his younger brother Steve they… https://t.co/Gga5LH9ZZG
— Lou Nunez, Jr. (@lnunezjr) June 23, 2020
— Nicole Santini Webb (@nicolesantini07) June 23, 2020
— Chris Doran (@ChrisDoran18) June 23, 2020
— SereneAquamarine (@AQUAB23) June 23, 2020
“Ken Snow is, in my opinion, the best all-around goal-scorer I have ever coached,” former Indiana head coach Jerry Yeagley said. He scored 56 for the Steamers https://t.co/XUmSMS0Q3p
— soccerSTL (@SoccerSTL) June 23, 2020
“You get one or two players in your career that were as special as he was.”
— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) June 22, 2020
— Kevin Robson (@kprobson16) June 22, 2020
Sincere condolences to family of @IndianaMSOC legend Ken Snow who passed away yesterday from COVID-19 complications. Ken played for Chicago Power where he helped team win 1991-92 regular season title w/26 goals in 26 games his rookie season. Rest in Power. https://t.co/RARLMWssv0
— peter wilt (@PeterWilt1) June 22, 2020
It is with great sorrow to pass along news of yesterdays passing of Ken Snow due to complications from COVID-!9.
Snow, former Indiana University/U.S. soccer forward a two-time winner of the Hermann Trophy as the outstanding college soccer player in 1988 and 1990. @SoccerIndiana pic.twitter.com/tfpD9TSS4p
— Steve Franklin (@indysoc9) June 22, 2020
Hoosier YangGang🖖🏽🧢 on Twitter: “I didn’t know that I was watching greatness those seasons in the late 80’s. Blessed to have witnessed Ken Snow on the pitch & the ‘88 championship vs. Howard. RIP Ken Snow. Condolences to the Snow family, friends & all #IUMS”
I didn’t know that I was watching greatness those seasons in the late 80’s.
Blessed to have witnessed Ken Snow on the pitch & the ‘88 championship vs. Howard.
— Inspector Gadget of #VGXheroes (@Indiana_Austin) June 23, 2020
— Tom Timmermann (@tomtimm) June 23, 2020