|Alma Mater:||St. Bonaventure|
Anna Nagro will begin her fourth season as the Mount St. Mary’s softball coach in 2014. Last year in 2013, Nagro led the Mount to a 16-30 mark in a season that included a five-game winning streak, the program’s second-longest since making the jump to Division I in 1988-89.
Through three seasons, Nagro has compiled a 48-95 record, including a 20-40 mark in NEC play. The Mount finished 15-31 overall and 5-15 in NEC play in her first season in 2011, and 17-34 overall record and 8-12 in the NEC in 2012 before a 16-30 overall and 7-13 NEC mark in 2013.
In her second season at the helm in 2012, the Mount’s eight Northeast Conference wins tied for the third most in school history for a single season.
Nagro became the first coach in program history to register a win in her Mount coaching debut after defeating George Mason 2-1 on March 2, 2011.
While at the Mount, Nagro has coached one All-NEC First Team selection, three All-NEC second teamers, one NEC Player of the Week and one NEC Pitcher of the Week.
Nagro came the Mount from D'Youville College, a Division III program in Buffalo, N.Y. In three seasons with the Spartans, Nagro led the team to 40 victories. She took over a team that was coming off a 5-21 season in 2007 and guided the team to a 15-22 overall mark and 11-7 in conference for a 10-game improvement in her first season. D'Youville then went 17-17 overall and 13-3 in league play in her second season and the squad's final year in the Northeastern Athletic Conference.
In 2010, Nagro led D'Youville in its first season in the Alleghany Mountain Collegiate Conference, ending the year on a four-game winning streak. In addition to her coaching duties, Nagro served as Assistant Director of Athletics and Senior Women's Administrator for the 2009-10 academic year.
Prior to joining D'Youville, Nagro worked as an instructor for high school players at clinics at St. Bonaventure and also worked at Sports Performance Park.
Nagro was a four-year letterwinner at St. Bonaventure, where she was the Bonnies starting catcher for four seasons. She finished her career ranked ninth in program history in career at-bats (422) and fifth in doubles (23) while notching the ninth-most doubles in a single-season with nine two baggers in 2006. The Buffalo, N.Y., native, posted 86 hits, 35 runs scored, 23 doubles, two triples, eight home runs and 64 RBIs in her career.
Nagro earned her bachelor's degree for physical education from St. Bonaventure in 2007 and completed her master's degree in sports administration from Canisius College in 2009.
SEASON RECORD CONFERENCE
2008 * 15-22 11-7
2009 * 17-17 13-3
2010 * 8-24 7-13 * At D’Youville College
Total * 40-63 31-23
2011 ^ 15-31 5-15
2012 ^ 17-34 8-12
2013 ^ 16-30 7-13 ^ At Mount St. Mary’s
Total ^ 48-95 20-40
Overall 88-158 51-63