[ BROADCASTING ]
I am currently the play-by-play broadcaster for the RPI Engineers' men's and women's hockey programs, as seen on ESPN+.
Ahead of the 2022-23 college hockey season, I was named the play-by-play broadcaster for the RPI Engineers' men's and women's hockey programs, for all games aired on ESPN+. It was a true honor to be given this role in conjunction with RPI's new partnership with ESPN+ in an attempt to grow the on-air presence of both programs.
As play-by-play broadcaster, I was responsible for the broadcasting of close to 40 games at the Houston Field House, including in-game commentary and intermission segment anchoring. I was also utilized for on-camera interviews, when applicable.
I also worked closely with RPI TV to help develop the on-air presence of the broadcasts. I helped lead the charge for the development of such elements as pre-game on-camera open segments, intermission on-camera segments, as well as certain graphic presentations and off-camera segments.
I am a broadcaster for the Albany FireWolves of the National Lacrosse League, a position I have held since December of 2021.
As part of my transition to the Capital Region, I was asked to join the broadcast team for the Albany FireWolves for their inaugural season in Albany. I served as the Radio Play-by-Play Broadcaster for the team during the 2021-22 season. In this role, I provided in-game analysis, as well as pre-and-postgame anchoring, and in-game production for all away games.
I was also the host and producer of the team's weekly coaches show, The Wolves Den, also heard on 104.5 The Team.
My role was shifted ahead of the 2022-23 season. With the team dropping radio broadcasts, I was added to the broadcast team on the television side for 2022-23. I worked in a play-by-play capacity on a fill-in basis for the home opener in December, and have served as the team's color analyst for all home games that did not conflict with RPI hockey.
I served as a broadcaster and content creator for the Valley Blue Sox summer collegiate baseball team.
During the summer of 2019, I served as a broadcaster and media relations representative for the Valley Blue Sox, a summer collegiate baseball team out of the NECBL.
I was responsible for broadcasting 22 of the team's 44 regular season games, as well as select playoff games. I would be responsible for preparing for each game, setting up the broadcast equipment and broadcasting over the NECBL Broadcast Network, and managing website and social media content before, during and after each game.
I was the color commentator for the Quinnipiac women's hockey team on ESPN+.
From January 2018 through March 2022, I filled the role of color commentator for the women's hockey team broadcasts on ESPN+.
Due to my performance filling in during the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons, I was named the lead analyst for the 2019-20 season, appearing on every home broadcast. Each broadcast, my partner and I film a pre-taped open, in which we preview the game, and highlight a player from each team.
During each intermission, we spend a segment recapping the action of the previous period. In the next segment, our producer plays a highlight pack, and I provide analysis of each play being featured.