The postseason accolades are continuing to pour in for Allison Nagle after a career season in 2013 for women’s soccer. Nagle’s most recent accolade comes after she was named a first-team NAIA/NCCAA All-Ohio selection. The award is the first All-Ohio selection of Nagle’s career. Nagle was also a first-team All-MSC selection and a member of the All-Academic team at the conference level.
Nagle started all 19 games for the Bears in 2013 as she was one of seven players to do so. She not only led the team in scoring with a career-high 18 goals, she led the entire Mid-South Conference during the regular season. In total, she scored in 11 different games. Four of those games were multi-goal games, including hat tracks against Cincinnati Christian, Penn State-Beaver and Brescia. Nagle also set new career highs in points (44), shots (70) and shots on goal (42). She tied her mark for assists in a single season with eight helpers, matching the total from her freshman campaign.
The Bears’ captain ranks third in program history with 21 career assists. She is also fourth in career goals (31) and fourth in career points (83). Her career shots (148) and shots on goal (82) marks are both the fifth-best in program history. This season she also set the single season mark for penalty kicks made with two of her goals coming in this fashion.