Nate, along with his TAR partner and girlfriend Jenn, has created a charitable organization known as RagztoRiche$.
Nathan liked Saved by the Bell as a child.
Nathan's favorite television programs are The Simpsons, Seinfeld, Entourage and The Amazing Race.
Nate's astological sign is Scorpio.
Nathan's favorite US city is Chicago.
Nathan loves surfing, body boarding, Frisbee golfing, reading, and traveling.
Nathan is deathly afraid of lizards and snakes.
Nate can't stand fake people.
Nathan performed 5 Roadblocks during the twelfth season of the Amazing Race.
Nathan was responsible for saying one of the title quotes for the Amazing Race 12. (Cherry on Top of the Sundae That's Already Melted)
Nathan and his partner, Jennifer, were eliminated from the Amazing Race in Taiwan in fourth place.
As a team, Nathan and his partner, Jennifer, finished 5 legs of the Amazing Race in second place.
When asked to describe himself, Nathan said that he was, "one cool dude".
At one point, Nathan played professionally in Slovenia.
Nathan has one brother named Tyler and a sister named Jordan.
After graduating from LBSU, Nathan partnered with former LBSU teammate Jeff Wootton for several AVP Tour events.
Nathan and a partner, Beau Peters, won the 2001 U18/U17 AAU beach volleyball championships.
Nate's mom pushed him and his partner, Jennifer, to apply for the race.
Nathan majored in Communications at LBSU.
Nathan's parents' names are Pete and Melanie.
Nathan wore the number 8 in 2005 for the LBSU volleyball team.
Nathan was a part of LBSU's team in 2004 when they made the NCAA Championship game despite losing to BYU, 3-2.
Nathan continues to play beach volleyball professionally.
Nathan graduated from LBSU in 2005.
Nathan is 6 feet, 4 inches tall.
Nathan was an outside hitter for the Long Beach State men's volleyball team.
Nathan attended high school in Fountain Valley, California.
Nathan attended Long Beach State University.
Nathan: Jenn and I know nothing about Taiwan except we think Thai food is pretty good.
Nathan: The Amazing Race was the greatest experience I could ever of asked for. I never knew just how hard it was going to be. I learned about myself, others, and the cultures around me. I learned that I need to stay patient, especially when I am with Jen, because she is a ball buster. When I got back I felt that I had so much to offer others who are less fortunate. Some people in Africa and India have nothing, they only have one set of clothes and no place to wash or clean up. When you see these people with so little but they have the biggest smiles on there faces it really makes you think, "do I really need everything I have?" It is a life changing experience and I really encourage everyone to seek out and explore the world and who you really are inside. I got a chance to find out what is really important in life, some people might consider themselves rich by how much money they have, I say I am rich because of the experiences and people I met along the way.