48 Kyle Neagle
48 Kyle Neagle
Height: 5-10
Weight: 185
Year: 2012
Hometown: Lisbon Falls, ME
High School: Lisbon
Position: UT
Major: Biology
Bats/Throws: R/R

2011: Converted to a pitcher as a junior…made 12 appearances on the mound and picked up a save in a win over Albertus Magnus on April 14th…notched a 6.43 ERA with 18 K’s in 14 innings…ranked fourth on the SJC staff in appearances…allowed 17 hits and 10 walks…also scored three runs and stole a base in seven appearances as a pinch runner…fanned four batters and walked one in his first collegiate appearance on the mound – a 4-2 loss to Curry College on March 13th…struck out three in 1.2 frames of relief versus UMass.-Boston on March 30th…K’d a career-best five batters over three scoreless innings to collect his first NCAA save against Albertus Magnus on April 14th…sat down the side with three K’s in a scoreless inning versus Gordon College on April 25th.

2010: Played in 28 games with two starts…emerged as one of the Monks’ top baserunning threats off the bench…scored 12 runs and stole three bases in four attempts…recorded his first collegiate hit, a triple, against Lasell College on April 10th…went 2-4 with two runs and a double against Norwich on April 24th...received the Monks’ Most Dedicated Player honor.

High School: Played three years of varsity baseball under Coach Randy Ridley at Lisbon High School...named Mountain Valley Conference All-Star his junior and senior years...hit .477 with 14 stolen bases as a senior…also played soccer and basketball…received All-Conference honors for soccer as a junior and senior…honored with the Ginger Bennett Memorial Award as top Senior Male Athlete at Lisbon High…member of the Maine State Legion Runner-up team in 2008 and garnered Co-MVP honors for a 19-2 Gayton Post 31 team in 2009.

Personal: Kyle Roland Neagle, born on March 1st, 1990 in Lewiston, Maine...son of Jeffrey and Donna Neagle...majoring in Biology.