Suffolk native and 2014 Nansemond-Suffolk Academy graduate Trey Wren recently tied a course record of 66 in a tournament for the Temple Owls.
Wren is currently in his sophomore season at Temple University and last Monday tied a competitive course record score of 66 in the opening round of the 32nd Annual Georgetown Intercollegiate, where he finished fourth. The tourney was held at The Members Club at Four Streams in Beallsville, Md.
Wren’s score of 66 is the fifth best single round in Temple golf history. The course itself was not anything out of the ordinary for Wren. In his mind, he just relaxed and played well and didn’t make any mistakes. He made a bogey on his second hole and played -6 from there. He was also -3 with three holes to play and ran into two birdies later that round. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy girls’ varsity tennis team has won two games in two days. Monday evening, they defeated Bishop Sullivan 9-0 in a conference match. NSA defeated Norfolk Christian 6-3 Tuesday afternoon at Old Dominion University. Next for NSA is the TCIS tournament Oct. 28-29.
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Players dominate games all the time, but on Friday night the term gained new meaning for Nansemond-Suffolk Academy’s football team. Though the team put 54 points on the board, there was one guy who stood out amongst the rest. Shuan Faulk rushed for 341 yards and five touchdowns and added an interception as the Saints shut out the Greenbrier Christian Gators. The Saints’ homecoming win leaves them at 3-5 on the season. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Much has changed in education during the last 50 years, and Nansemond-Suffolk Academy has been there for all of it. The school is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, having opened in the fall of 1966. It’s homecoming celebrations this weekend were held with the special recognition of the school’s golden anniversary. When the school first opened, computers were almost a science-fiction concept. Now, the school’s youngest students have known nothing but touch screens, and the school hosts a technology lab with laser cutters and 3-D printers. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Shuan Faulk '17, who is a member of the Varsity Football Team, has been nominated for the Duke Automotive—Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week. Please vote for Shuan by 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday by sending an email with the subject “Player of the Week” to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shuan rushed for 341 yards and five touchdowns in a 54-0 homecoming victory over Greenbrier Christian. Go Saints!