Ty Anderson of WEEI.com joined Noontime Sports the Podcast this week to chat about his Boston Bruins coverage, both for the website and radio station, as well as the ongoing changes in the world of sports media.
Anderson arrived at WEEI last October (2016) and covered the team through their final game of the postseason this spring.
Prior to joining WEEI, Anderson covered the Black and Gold for HockeyBuzz.com.
Entering this upcoming football season, Baker, along with co-host FrankRossi, will be celebrating 10 years of D3 Football coverage. Their podcast has featured numerous student-athletes and coaches from the Liberty League, along with broadcasters and media members, too. They have also covered the NCAA Division III Football Tournament’s selection show, while interviewing the committee chair about postseason play.
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Noontime Sports the Podcast returned this week as host Matt Noonan welcomed Logan Hansen of Hansen Ratings to the show to discuss some NCAA Division III football.
Hansen runs a site that is all about rankings – yes, rankings. Yet, this isn’t just your typical rankings site based on records or perhaps strength of schedule. Instead, there is some ‘madness’ behind these rankings, which Hansen explains on this podcast.
Additionally, Hansen and Noonan discuss a few games fans should watch or follow in the first week of the season – Hansen also dished out an early championship prediction, too.
Just days after the NCAA Division III men’s basketball championship concluded, Noontime Sports the Podcast host Matt Noonan caught-up with Babson College play-by-play broadcaster John Cabral to discuss and highlight the Beavers’ (men’s basketball) first-ever national championship.
Cabral and Noonan recap a pair of exciting contests, and yes, slowly look ahead (at the end of the podcast) to what teams could be in the mix for a title-run next season.
In just three days, the Babson College men’s basketball team will compete in the program’s second semifinal in three seasons.
And if you’re fortunate to tune into Friday’s tilt, then you best listen to our friend John Cabral, who is the voice of the Babson men’s and women’s basketball teams, along with the UMass Dartmouth men’s and women’s basketball teams, too.
Cabral, who is play-by-play veteran, especially in the NCAA Division III world, joined Noontime Sports the Podcast to preview this week’s semifinal between Babson and Whitman.
Additionally, Cabral provided his insight into the other semifinal clashes, too.