Nate is in his 20th year coaching high school or collegiate athletics, having served as a head coach for five different sports. He also teaches physical education and
health science, currently at Heritage High School in Brentwood, and covers all sports throughout the East Bay and the North Coast Section.
Nate earned his bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from San Francisco State, where he was a member of the Gators' conference championship track program. He went
on to earn his master's degree from Bluffton University (Ohio) in 2004, and his administrative credential from Azusa Pacific University.
In 2004, Nate was named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Track and Field Coach of the Year, leading his Bluffton University team to the only conference title
in school history. He has also been a head track coach at Hiram College (Ohio) and Freedom High School in Oakley, Ca.
Nate was the head football coach at Liberty High School for six seasons, where he was a three-sport varsity athlete himself back in the mid-90s. He has also been the head
women's tennis coach at Bluffton, and during his teaching tenure at Liberty also guided programs for both softball and water polo. Nate's latest coaching venture has been youth
softball, enabling him to coach his daughter, Reilly, who is now in the second grade. His two-year-old son Carson figures to also benefit from Nate's coaching
experience down the road.