30 - Pat Nagle
Pat Nagle
Birth Date: 9/21/87
Height: 6-3
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bloomfield, Mich.
High School: Bloomfield Hills Lahser
Position: Goaltender
Team: St. Louis (NAHL)
S/C: L

Nagle Player Introduction
Highlight Reel

Bulldog Career: Career Statistics . . . Ranked second in goals-against average (2.49), third in saves percentage (.913), eighth in winning percentage (.492), ninth in minutes played (3,608), tied for ninth in games played (64), tied for 10th in victories (27), and 12th in saves (1,566) among Ferris State's career leaders prior to the 2010-11 campaign . . . Has accumulated six points (all assists) during his collegiate career.   

Senior (2010-11 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Named to the All-CCHA First Team . . . A Hobey Baker Memorial Award candidate . . . Received CCHA Preseason Second-Team accolades . . . Tabbed as the CCHA's Goaltender of the Week (11/8) . . . Selected to Inside College Hockey.com's First-Half All-CCHA Team.  

Junior (2009-10 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Registered a career season-best 12-10-3 record as a starter in 24 of 26 games played in . . . Turned in a single-season school record 2.13 goals-against average (53 goals allowed) with a .923 saves percentage (636 saves) in 1496:05 minutes of action between the pipes . . . His 12 victories in net tied for 12th most among the Bulldogs' all-time single-season leaders while his saves percentage was second best on the program's charts . . . His .540 winning percentage ranked 10th best on FSU's all-time single-season leaders chart . . . Earned CCHA Reebok Goaltender of the Week plaudits (Dec. 14) . . . Received votes in MichiganHockey.com's (MiCHO) 2009-10 awards selection process . . . Finished sixth nationally in saves percentage (.923), ninth in goals-against average (2.13), and 28th in goalie winning percentage (.540) . . . Ranked third among the CCHA's top netminders in goals-against average for overall games and was fourth at 2.30 in league contests only . . . Chalked up at least 25 saves in a game 13 times . . . Made a season-high 39 saves in 64:47 minutes at Miami (11/14) which resulted in a 1-1 overtime deadlock and helped FSU win a 2-1 shootout by making a league-record 11 stops . . . Recorded 34 stops each in league encounters against Miami (1/15) and at Michigan (1/22) . . . Turned away 33 shots each in a pair of winning performances against Nebraska-Omaha in a CCHA Quarterfinal-Round series (3/12-13) . . . Posted 25 stops versus Northern Michigan (3/19) in semifinal opener at the CCHA Championships and then made 28 saves against Miami (3/20) in the CCHA Championships Third-Place Game . . . Stopped all 22 shots faced for his lone shutout of the season in a 3-0 league win at Western Michigan (12/11) . . . Credited with an assist against Connecticut (10/17), versus Merrimack (1/3) in the third-place game of the Wisconsin Badger Hockey Showdown, and against Northern Michigan (3/19) in the semifinal opener at the CCHA Championships . . . Went 7-3-1 in 12 home contests which included a 2.22 goals-against average (24 goals allowed) and a .921 saves percentage (278 saves) . . . Notched a 4-5-2 mark with a 1.89 goals-against average (21 goals allowed) and a .931 saves percentage (282 saves) in 11 road appearances . . . Turned in a 1.48 goals-against average and a .938 saves percentage for a 2-2-0 mark in four October outings . . . Posted a team second-highest 27 points on the season in Perani Cup Three Stars of the Game balloting.

Sophomore (2008-09 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . 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.

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: Three . . . Catches: Left . . . Majoring in marketing.

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