Has battled though injuries to become a two-year captain of the team and a First Team All League fullback...a physical, yet smart defender whose throw-ins are an offensive weapon for UMBC.
2002-Started all 20 games and rarely left the field...selected to All Tournament Team of Kappa Kick-Off Classic...named the team’s “Unsung Hero” for one of the nation’s top defensive teams.
2001-Opened the season at fullback for UMBC and started six of the first seven games, until suffering a pulled hamstring injury vs. Sacred Heart...set-up P.J. Wakefield’s game-opening goal vs. Wisconsin and Andy Wells’ game-opener at Monmouth before his injury...missed six games before returning to come off the bench at St. Francis (PA)...returned to the starting eleven in NEC semi-final action vs. FDU.
2000-After his injury-plagued 1999 season, he was only able to compete in three games, vs. Sacred Heart, St. Francis (PA), and George Mason.
1999-Played in two games, scoring his first career goal vs. The Citadel, but suffered a partial ACL tear and missed the rest of the campaign...while attempting to work his way back in the off-season, he suffered a full tear of the ACL in December.
BACKGROUND: The 1999 Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Year...also the Central Region Player of the Year...earned All Academic Honors in the region as well...scored two goals in the second half to rase a 2-0 deficit and lead Midlothian HS to a 3-2 win in the Central Region final...also lettered in wrestling...club team captured the under-17 Virginia State Cup...also considered Philadelphia, Campbell, and LaSalle...brother Travis was aslo an All-District performer at Midlothian and lettered at Radford University...son of Mona and Terry Nall...born December 12, 1980.