|High School:||Bloomfield Hills Lahser|
|Team:||St. Louis (NAHL)|
Junior (2009-10 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Experienced netminder . . . A gutsy competitor in every sense . . . Will battle for the team's number-one goaltender job . . . Strong mentally . . . A composed backstop who rarely gets rattled . . . Performs well in key games and particularly in away encounters . . . Butterfly-style netminder . . . Solid positional goalie . . . Competitive around the crease area . . . Moves well in the net . . . Displays good ability in manuevering through traffic areas . . . Has above-average puck handling skills . . . Career Statistics.
Sophomore (2008-09 Season): Earned team's Perani Cup Three Star of the Game champion honors with a squad-leading 20 points in league games only . . . Compiled a 7-11-3 record in all 22 outings played in as a starter . . . Recorded a 2.84 goals-against average (59 goals allowed) and had a .909 save percentage (587 saves) in 1245:34 minutes of competition . . . Went 6-8-2 with a 2.29 goals-against average and a .926 saves percentage as a 16-game starter in CCHA regular-season play . . . Posted a 4-4-2 record with a 2.47 goals-against average and a .920 save percentage in 10 away outings . . . Accumulated 30 or more saves in a contest in 10 encounters, including a season-high 34 stops at Bowling Green State (2/13) in a winning effort . . . Registered 33 saves apiece in three straight appearances - at Northern Michigan (11/29), vs. Notre Dame (12/6), and against Alabama-Huntsville (12/12) . . . Garnered 30 stops in a complete-game 2-1 league decision at Miami (11/8) and matched saves total at Michigan State (2/6) in a 2-2 overtime league tie . . . Made 30 saves at Nebraska-Omaha (3/7) in a CCHA Tournament First-Round series tilt . . . Notched at least 20 saves in a game on 17 occasions . . . Credited with an assist in league home win versus Western Michigan (10/25) to go with 29 stops . . . Game-By-Game Statistics.
Freshman (2007-08 Season): A CCHA All-Rookie Honorable Mention Team pick . . . Registered at least 25 saves in a game on eight occasions, including a season-high 36 stops in a 3-1 home league victory over nationally-ranked Miami (2/16) . . . Turned aside 31 shots against Notre Dame (10/26) and at Nebraska-Omaha (11/16) . . . Earned first collegiate win with a 13-save complete-game performance in home opener versus Wayne State (10/19) . . . Posted lone shutout of the campaign in 4-0 win at Ohio State (11/2) by making all 27 saves in 60 minutes . . . Earned his final victory of the season against Western Michigan (3/8) with 27 stops in 59:57 of action . . . Was credited with an assist at Ohio State (11/2) and against Western Michigan (3/8) in CCHA Tourney First-Round action . . . Finished 29th among the national statistical leaders in winning pct. (.533), 41st in goals-against average (2.63), and 52nd in save percentage (.900) . . . Went 3-1-0 with a 2.02 goals-against average (eight goals allowed) and a .913 save percentage (84 saves) in four non-conference starting appearances . . . Entered his freshman season rated fourth among the nation's top incoming rookie goaltenders by Inside College Hockey.com.
High School/Juniors: Earned North American Hockey League (NAHL) Rookie of the Year honors in 2006-07 as a member of the North American Hockey League's (NAHL) St. Louis (Mo.) Bandits . . . Coached by Jon Cooper . . . Teammed with Ferris State forward Todd Pococke to help the Bandits win the 2007 Robertson Cup as the NAHL Playoff Champions and concluded the campaign at 43-14-5 overall . . . Posted a 24-8-4 record to go with a 2.28 goals-against average (81 goals allowed) and a .920 saves percentage (932 total saves) in 2,136 total minutes during his 36 appearanes between the pipes en route to receiving 2006-07 second-team All-NAHL laurels . . . Ranked second among the final 2006-07 NAHL statistical leaders in goals-against average and tied for fifth in saves percentage . . . A member of the 2006-07 NAHL Robertson Cup All-Tournament Team . . . Turned in a 9-1-0 mark with a 2.36 goals-against average (26 goals allowed) and a .910 saves percentage (264 total saves) in 661:55 minutes for the Bandits' 11 2006-07 playoff encounters . . . Selected as the NAHL South Division Player of the Week twice (11/6/06 and 1/15/07) . . . Lead Belle Tire to consecutive (2004-05 and 2005-06) Midget "AAA" championship titles . . . Attended prestigious Dave Peterson National Advanced Goaltending Camp . . . A 2006 graduate of Bloomfield Hills (Mich.) Lahser High School . . . Four-year (2003-06) member of school's varsity baseball team and was prepped by coach Bill Jenney.
Personal: Born 9/21/87 in Rochester, Mich. . . . Son of Lyle and June Nagle . . . Interests include water sports . . . FSU Letters: Two . . . Catches: Left . . . Majoring in marketing.