Amanda Nagel
Amanda Nagel
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Greenwood, Minn.
High School: Sacred Heart University

As A Junior In 2010-11:
Named the team's captain following the program's first year in existence...Finished 12th at the first-ever Quinnipiac women's golf tournament with a 104 (+32) at the Quinnipiac Bobcat Invitational on March 29, 2011...Was the Bobcats' top finisher at the 2011 Hawk Invitational, hosted by Monmouth University on Apr. 2-3...Shot an opening-round 98 (+26) before following with a second-day 110 (+38) to finish 32nd overall...Was also the Bobcats' top-finisher with a tie for 7th at the Hofstra Triangular on Apr. 7...Shot a +25, 97 at the event...Was the Bobcats' top finisher with a combined 187 at the Brown University Invitational...Shot a team-, season-best 91 in the second round of the tournament...Shot a 104 (+32) at the Roar-ee Invitational...Finished the season with a 296, including rounds of 97, 98 and 101, at the NEC Women's Golf Championship on Apr. 21-23. 

As A Freshman and Sophomore:
Played one season of women's ice hockey at Sacred Heart University, were she started in goal as a freshman and was named the team's Most Valuable Player...Played one season with the Quinnipiac women's ice hockey team once transferring. 

Before Quinnipiac:
Attended Sacred Heart University for one year, where she played ice hockey...Was named the team's Most Valuable in her freshman season...Set the single-season save record as a freshman goalie at Sacred Heart...Also, played ice hockey at Quinnipiac for one and a half years...Was a 2008 graduate of Benilde-St. Margaret's High School ...Was a varsity letterwinner in golf, ice hockey and soccer...Her high school golf team was eighth in the state her senior year...Won three Conference Championships and four academic awards for golf...Won the Championship Tournament her senior year...In ice hockey, she won the State Championship in 2004...Led her team to States, twice, placing third and fifth...Was five-time Conference Champions in ice hockey...Placed fourth in the state for soccer...Placed fourth in the Conference Tournament and was named All-Conference her senior year, for golf...In her junior year, she received Honorable Mention honors in the conference...Was named All-Academic in the conference...Received the Academic Achievement Award...Was named All-Conference, All-State, All-Academic and Honorable Mention in ice hockey...Was named the team's Most Valuable Player in her freshman year...Was named Honorable Mention All-Conference and the soccer team's Most Improved Player.

A native of Greenwood, Minnesota...Daughter of Terrance and Jill Nagel...Has an older brother, Brian...Her father, Terrance, played ice hockey and Providence College and professional ice hockey in Sweeden...Studying business and finance at Quinnipiac.