SACO – When Jacob Nason was a freshman, he thought the world was his. He was the only boy in his class named to the boys varsity soccer team by the end of the season, the team had posted a 12-1-1 record.
“Ending the season with only one loss and one tie during my freshman year, just made me super excited for years to come,” Nason said.
Nason had been playing this game for most of his life. From the time he was in the sixth grade, he’d been traveling the Seacoast Soccer Club and between the school teams, travel teams and summer leagues, his life was the soccer pitch. During his sophomore season, that all ended when he abruptly tore the labrum in his right hip. Many players would’ve given up and simply walked away. That wasn’t his style.