“The Pride” to appear on TCNJ Radio
Tune into 91.3 FM today at 12:00pm to The College of New Jersey’s radio station, WTSR, for its weekly broadcast of the the Lions’ game against Brockport. Considering three of the Golden Eagles’ first three games have been decided by five or fewer points, you might be in for an unexpected afternoon treat.
Alongside Mike Leatherwood, the network’s sports director and play-by-play orator, I’ll be providing my humble expertise as the color commentator.
Now, don’t mistake the invite as a dissuasion from reading today’s post-game recap. Oh, no. But for the three or four of you dedicated fans out there that have been the fabric of my limited readership, you might like what you hear.
This makes my third appearance with WTSR, initiated with game day analysis during the Lions’ season-opener against Buffalo State University, and a flash of airtime during the halftime report from two weeks ago. I’ll be working with a former-ESPN radio intern in Leatherwood, but let’s set the record straight–I’m no pro.
Regardless the game’s likelihood as a high-flying and indescribably eventful NJAC contest, you might get a few good laughs at my expense, should I revisit a blooper like my seven-second pause during the pregame show of my inaugural broadcast.
Someone’s going to be having a good time today–probably a few of us. Joining us in the press box this afternoon is The College at Brockport’s student radio affiliate 89.1 The Point.
Less than 24 hours removed from a six hour bus trip–guaranteeing as lengthy a trek back to upstate New York–the guys likely wouldn’t wince at the sight of a scoreboard that’s heavy in the visitor’s column.
Don’t worry, I’ve already cordially thanked them for graciously allowing you options–and eliminating any valid excuse for not hearing something on this soggy Saturday afternoon.