In-Tune With Bob Nagle
Bob Nagle is in his 38th year of broadcasting Notre Dame Sports, and over the years, has been the radio voice for Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Baseball, and Hockey
He has also hosted television coaches shows for 30 years with all sports on campus, including Notre Dame Spring Football, and was the emcee for Notre Dame football luncheons from 1992 to 2011. He has also covered High School football and basketball for the IHSAA Network, as well as for LeSea Broadcasting. Bob has several awards to his name: Honorary Notre Dame Monogram, Lindsay Nelson Broadcaster of the Year from the All-America Football Foundation, and Broadcaster of the Year from the Indiana Athletic Directors Association. Bob was inducted into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame in 2010.
Currently, Bob is the radio voice for the Notre Dame Women’s Basketball Team.
Relay for Life will be at the Compton Ice Arena this year to raise money for fighting cancer. The event begins at 6 PM on April 17. The ND fire department is sure that they will win again this year.
Vice President Joe Biden delivered remarks to a Notre Dame symposium in Washington D.C. on April 14. The Spring practice football game will be taking place on April 17 this year on the practice field and will be televised.
The women's basketball team is back in town after a great trip down to Tampa, Florida where the Irish completed in the Final Four. Notre Dame advanced to the championship game for the second straight game to face Connecticut.
Up to 60 degrees at times this week and everything is starting to look green this spring. Baseball has had a chance to play at home a few times. Their record is 17-10 so far.
ND Men's Basketball had a phenomenal run this year. They gave Kentucky a great challenge in the sweet 16. Women's Irish Basketball won some great games and is on the way to the final four.
Both men's and women's basketball teams won the ACC championship and are moving on to be part of the Sweet 16, that much closer to the NCAA Championship.
Weather in Northern Indiana is crazy, as usual, with spring temps one day and snow the next. Along with Spring, construction continues around the stadium and spring football practices are beginning.