The Office of Athletics recently celebrated Nico Yates '24, who signed a letter of intent to continue his lacrosse career with Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University.
Athletics play an integral role in the NSA experience. Every interested student has an opportunity to become involved in the athletic program as a player, manager, statistician or athletic training student aide. While exploring their passions, students are able to develop important life skills, such as responsibility, leadership, perseverance and working with others toward a common goal. Our highly-qualified, compassionate coaches emphasize respect, teamwork, courage, integrity and determination on and off the field and courts. Discover how NSA athletics can help your student excel.
Being part of a team has taught me responsibility and accountability. Everyone else on the team is counting on you to fulfill your role. If one person isn’t doing their job, the whole team will suffer because of it. Sports have also taught me how to face and overcome adversity. A lot of times in sports, not everything is going your way, but you must continue to play and figure out how to succeed."Walker Wood ’20
of students in grades 6-12 compete in athletics
State championships since 2018
Conference championships since 2018
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Saints have moved on to the collegiate level in the last five years
After helping lead the third-ranked Christopher Newport women's basketball team to three wins, senior forward Alivia Giles '20 was named the Coast-To-Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week on Nov. 20.
The Office of Athletics recently celebrated Isaiah Fuhrmann '24, who announced his decision to continue his football career with Elon University.
In the world of sports, where American football has long reigned supreme, a new contender is swiftly making its presence felt.
The Office of Athletics recently celebrated Jackson Runyon '24, who signed a letter of intent to continue his baseball career with Virginia Tech.
The Office of Athletics is getting ready for the 2023-2024 winter sports season!
Nansemond-Suffolk wide receiver Isaiah Fuhrmann '23 knew something was up when the football team deviated from its normal schedule two weeks ago.
We're looking forward to getting all of our student-athletes back on campus!
USA Lacrosse is honoring two Saints for their accomplishments on and off the field.
Congratulations to the student-athletes who were recognized by the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools and the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association for their outstanding athletic achievements this spring!
A softball juggernaut in Suffolk continues to march on, and shows no signs of stopping.
The Office of Athletics, along with family, faculty, teammates, coaches and friends, recently celebrated seven seniors who committed to continuing their academic and athletic careers next year.
Griffin Duggan '21 is joining other top student-athletes and students associated with Virginia Tech Athletics, including student athletic trainers, student managers and student video assistants, in being named to the university's 2022 All-Academic Team.
Congratulations to Isaiah Fuhrmann '24 for earning First Team All-TCIS and Second Team All-VISAA in Boys' Basketball! Go Saints!
Reign on! The Office of Athletics is thrilled to celebrate Faith Garcia '23, who recently signed her letter of intent with the Old Dominion University Women's Golf program.
VMI shortstop Zac Morris '19 has been named the Southern Conference player of the week for all competition from Feb. 20-26, 2023. The awards are selected by the league office.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy grad Cole Christiansen '16, a linebacker who starred at Army after his playing days for the Saints, is a member of the practice squad for the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, who outlasted the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 to win Super Bowl LVII.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy graduate Addy Greene '20 hit two homers and drove in four runs February 11 as No. 11 Virginia Tech (5-0) defeated Purdue Fort Wayne 9-0 to finish a perfect stretch at UNC Wilmington’s season-opening event.
It may not feel like spring, but the Office of Athletics is already getting ready for spring sports!
Isaiah Fuhrmann '24 turned heads on the gridiron this past year for Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, finishing among the area's leaders in Tidewater in receptions (57), yards (1,217) and total touchdowns (20). Now, he's making his presence felt on the hardwood for the Saints.