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NCAA Women’s Hockey Comes To DC

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The Washington Pride girl’s ice hockey program is supporting the first NCAA Division-I Women’s Ice Hockey games at Kettler Capitals Iceplex January 7 & 8, 2017 when Mercyhurst and St. Lawrence battle it out on the eighth floor in Arlington, Virginia.  SportsAnnouncing.com will be there to provide P. A. announcing,[…]

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Could Wrestling Benefit From Some Changes?

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There has been a recent trend among high school and college wrestling to host their events in non-traditional environments and it’s taking hold.  It used to be a mat was rolled out over center court of the basketball gym, and the grapplers would take hold.  Not anymore, over the last[…]

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The Hierarchy of Announcing

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In the world of sports, there is an obvious hierarchy from the day you start playing until the last time you hit the field, rink or court.  You go from the low levels of youth sports and grow along with others.  If you’re good enough you to go high school,[…]

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Gene Honda, the Announcing King of Chicago

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Chicago White Sox, Chicago Black Hawks, Illinois Illini football.  That would be enough for one person to try to keep on their plate but for Gene Honda, he’s also been heard at the NCAA Final Four, Chicago Marathon, Big Ten Tournament and many other sports events.  This is why we’ve[…]

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Tennessee Announcer Ready for Season

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The University of Tennessee football program got off to a positive start on Thursday with a 20-13 win over Appalachian State, a school that’s becoming known for their early-season upsets.  Jeff Jarnigan was on the microphone for the call of that game behind 100,000 screaming Volunteers. ‘Voice of Neyland’ Jeff[…]

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