Ben Nusbaum knows it’s not easy being a coach’s kid

Ben Nusbaum knows its not easy being a coachs kid

Austin VanErem, Reporter

Ben Nusbaum is a hardworking freshman trying to prove himself in the cruel world. 

What are your plans after high school? Become a welder.

What sports do you play? Hockey and Lacrosse.

What is it like to have your dad as your coach? You get yelled at a lot more than the other kids, even when doing the same thing as them. Only because if he yells at them my dad gets an email from parents asking, “Why were you yelling at my kid?” I get to play less.

How many concussions have you had? Way too many, like six at this point.

What is your most memorable moment on the ice? Getting third place in our state tournament.

If you could start a club, what would it be about? Probably a trap club, shooting clay pigeons.

Explain your dream girl. Someone shorter than me and blonde.

If you were sent to death row, what would your last meal be? A steak made by my dad.

What is a talent of yours? Woodworking.

What are the top three traits about yourself? Creative, annoying and stubborn.

How would you describe yourself as a leader? I am a pretty good leader, when I want to be. It kind of just comes natural to me.

What animal would you relate yourself to and why? Definitely a monkey because I like to climb trees, a lot of trees. 

What is your dream job? Something in the trades like a welder, high paid. 

What is your greatest achievement so far in life? Building bikes for foster kids.