As a member of the Prep Basketball team and living on campus, Nahshon said, “I feel the family aspect of Woodstock, and definitely the family aspect of the team.” In addition to training, schoolwork, and getting creative in the ceramics studio, Nahson enjoyed supporting other WA teams. “I like how people show up. The band comes and it’s a good environment.” During the school day, Nahshon enjoyed the discussions and debates of his military history class which allowed classmates to learn from each other.
WA prep basketball coach Jacque Rivera said Nahshon had offers from every school in the Northeast Conference. In the end, Nahshon committed to play Division II at St. Michael’s College where he’ll pursue a biology pre-med degree.