On Tuesday, March 9, the Office of Athletics celebrated Grant Lopez '21, who signed a letter of intent to continue his basketball career at Randolph College.
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 2015
Conference championships since 2015
Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools
Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association
Saints have moved on to the collegiate level in the last five years
Congratulations to Madison Inscoe ’22 for being named a finalist for the 2020 Student-Athlete of the Year Awards presented by the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame.
Congratulations to Rylee Bono '21 for reaching her 100th career victory in a win vs. Cape Henry Collegiate last week!
On November 11, the Office of Athletics celebrated NCAA Division I National Signing Day.
From West Point to the Chargers, Cole Christiansen's post-playing game plan is already mapped out. CBS Los Angeles caught up with the rookie linebacker as part of Salute to Service month in the NFL.
The winter season for 2019-2020 had many talented individuals across all schools in the city. Alivia Giles, an NSA girls’ senior basketball standout, earns the SNH Winter Female Player of the Year honor after a stellar season.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy Coach Kim Aston '88 and player Alivia Giles '20 headlined the All-Conference honors for girls basketball.
Former Nansemond-Suffolk Academy standout golfer Trey Wren earned his first professional win in Florida this week.