Nic Psimas '19, who is a member of the Varsity Swimming Team, has been nominated for the Duke Automotive—Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week! Please vote for Nic by 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday by sending an email with his name and the subject Player of the Week to email@example.com.
Nic qualified for all his individual events in the state meet for NSA, though he is only allowed to compete in two events. He qualified for states in the 200IM last week in the TCIS swim meet. Great job, Nic!
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy’s boys’ basketball team defeated Hampton Roads Academy 67-65 on Tuesday to close out the regular season.
NSA went on the road to face HRA in the final regular season matchup in Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools play. The Saints’ win was their third in a row. With the win, NSA finishes with a 12-10 record overall and a TCIS record of 4-5. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy and first-year swim coach Lauren Keating will have nine swimmers competing in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association’s state meet this weekend.
Swimming season is coming to close, but NSA has one last push to make. The Saints are coming out of a Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools meet in which they competed well. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Kelly Hogan was voted Duke Automotive-Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week after scoring 14 points and grabbing 15 rebounds over top-ranked TCIS opponent last week Norfolk Christian. Hogan is a senior at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy and has been having a great senior season so far.
After the team lost two All-State players from last year, Hogan was expected to step up. The potential for growth was there, as Hogan was named to the second-team all-TCIS team last year, and she has done a good job of showing some growth this year. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy’s girls’ basketball team is now the No. 1 team in the conference play within the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools after defeating Cape Henry at home Friday evening. The Lady Saints defeated Cape Henry 45-38. The top team in the conference was previously Cape Henry. This is the second win in the last two weeks where the Lady Saints defeated the current leader in the conference.
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