Dan Nagle is the Asst. Director of the MT Elite Ducks AAU Organization and Head Coach of the 4th, 5th and 7th Grade Metrowest Teams.
In April 2016- Nagle was named the Head Women's Basketball Coach at NCAA DIII Institution and MASCAC member Fitchburg State University.
Nagle arrived at Fitchburg State after serving two seasons as the head girls' varsity coach at Worcester Academy, a Class A prep school. During his tenure, he transformed the Hilltoppers' girls basketball program. In his inaugural campaign, Worcester Academy finished with a winning record (13 wins) and returned to the Class A NEPSAC Tournament after missing out the year prior to his arrival. In year two, Nagle's team finished with a record of 21-5. It marked the first 20 plus-win season for the program, which also reeled off its first 10-game winning streak, and made its first NEPSAC Class A Semi-Final appearance in 10 years.
Prior to Worcester Academy, Nagle spent two seasons as the head girls' varsity coach at Bellingham (Mass.) High School. During his tenure at Bellingham, the team made a considerable turnaround in a short period of time. The Blackhawks qualified for the MIAA State Tournament both years, and won the MIAA Division 3 Central Mass Championship in Nagle's second year. In 2014, Nagle was chosen by his peers in the Tri-Valley League as Coach of the Year.
He holds a career 67-29 record as a HS Head Coach over 4 seasons.
He has previous NCAA Division III collegiate coaching experience as well, having served as an assistant coach at UMass Boston for two seasons (2010-2012).
Nagle is also no stranger to the AAU Circuit while serving as Director of Basketball Operations at both Mass Premier Courts and Mansfield Sportsplex, Nagle organized all camps and clinics, and coached several AAU teams of various ages.
He graduated from Emmanuel College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, and went on to earn a Master's Degree in Sports Leadership from Northeastern University in 2011.