Nate Vogel

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Texas A&M International University

Experience

2019 – Present: Head Coach, Texas A&M International University

2017 – 2019: Head Coach, Miles Community College

2016 – 2017: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Black Hills State University

2015 – 2016: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Maryville University

2014 – 2015: Assistant Coach, Maryville University (m)

2012 – 2014: Head Coach, Lutheran High School of St. Charles County (MO) (b)

1998 – 2002: Player/Team Captain (01-02), Black Hills State University

Education

2002: Black Hills State University, Bachelors, Exercise Science

Personal

Hometown: Sioux Falls, SD

Family: Tracie (Wife) & Cora, Camden (Children)

Career Highlights

Career Record
98-42 (.700)

20+ Win Seasons (2)
2017-18, 2018-19

Winning Seasons (4)
2021-22, 2020-21, 2017-18, 2018-19

Conference Regular Season Championships (2)
2020-21 LSC (SD), 2018-19 Mon-Dak

Conference Tournament Championships (1)
2018-19 Region XII

In three seasons, has led Texas A&M International to a 40-33 (.548) overall record and two winning seasons, rebuilding a program that had only won a total of five games during the three seasons combined prior to his arrival

In 2021-22, led Texas A&M International to the most single-season wins (18) and first LSC Tournament win in the program’s Division II history

In 2020-21, guided Texas A&M International to the first Lone Star Conference South Division Championship in program history

Over the last two seasons (2020 to 2022), led Texas A&M International to three wins over Division I opponents

Has improved Texas A&M International’s scoring offense by 20.7 ppg from the season prior to arrival

As Texas A&M International’s Head Coach, has recruited and coached eight Lone Star All-Conference Team selections, as well as the 2020-21 Defensive Player of the Year

2018-19 NJCAA Region XIII, Mon-Dak Conference, District D Coach of the Year

From 2017 to 2019, led Miles CC to a 58-9 (.866) overall and 14-0 Mon-Dak Conference record, two 25+ win seasons, one Mon-Dak Conference Regular Season Championship, one Region XII Championship, and one NJCAA Tournament berth

A three-year starter and captain, helped lead Black Hills State to one SDIC Conference Championship, one NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance and one NCAA Elite Eight appearance

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