- 2019 STAA Jim Nantz Award Honorable Mention as Sophomore
- 2018 Gene Hart Memorial Scholarship
- 2019 IBS Best Video Sportscast
Since I was 10, I had dreamed of becoming a sports broadcaster. That dream has evolved into working specifically in media relations in addition to broadcasting in professional hockey.
I am the Media Director of the Temple University Ice Hockey Club. I am in charge of organizing live streams, creating video content, hosting the Cherry & Ice podcast, running social media, managing the team website, bringing sponsorships to the club, and more.
Partnerships include Wawa, Temple Villas, The Draught Horse, and more.
The Temple University Ice Hockey Club has been selected to broadcast the ECHA Playoffs, the Flyers Cup and the Pennsylvania High School State Championships under my supervision. We have gained over 1,000 followers, 200% more on average, on various social media platforms since I became media director.
I was the Broadcast/Media Relations Assistant of the Reading Royals for two seasons. They are the ECHL affiliate of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers and the AHL's Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
I did play-by-play of Royals games.
I did color commentary.
I interviewed players and coaches on the broadcast.
I was also their fill-in In-Arena Host.
I am a broadcaster for Eleven Sports' broadcast of Jr. NBA World Championship regional games.
I was the Co-Sports Director for WHIP Radio, Temple University's Student-run radio station. I led a team of 30 sports department members, hired new applicants, managed the department's social media, and more. I also hosted shows throughout the week.
I ran special radio events throughout the year for the station, including the 2019 IBS "Best Video Sportscast" award-winning event, where I created a video feature on Pocono Raceway and interview its media relations director while riding in the pace car around the track.
I also covered many different sporting events for the WHIP Radio website, like NASCAR races, IndyCar races, Formula E ePrixs, and MLS games, where I interviewed athletes such as seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson.
I used to write and record the "Sports Update", which is a daily recap of sports news.
I announced the Temple Owls men's basketball team's home games for WHIP Radio during the 2017-18 season.
In high school, I announced hockey, basketball, football, baseball, lacrosse, soccer, and even eSport auto racing for a website called RaceDepartment, the largest eSport auto racing site in the world. I announced its premier eSport racing leagues, including its GT and MX5 series.
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