Al Scates provides in-game volleyball analysis for Pac-12 Networks. As a coach, Scates earned the most volleyball wins in the history of the NCAA, including 19 NCAA Volleyball Championships and six second place finishes at UCLA from 1970-2006. He has won 21 National Collegiate Championships in five different decades while compiling a record of 1239-290 (.812). Scates has been inducted into the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame (1993), California Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame (1998), UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame (2003), Los Angeles City and California Interscholastic Federation Hall of Fame (2013), and was the first active coach inducted into the American Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2004). He has coached 80 All-Americans, 44 future USA National Team members, 27 future Olympic athletes or coaches, seven Players-of-the-Year, and three of his former players were named the Head Coach of the Volleyball Olympic Team including the current men’s and women’s coaches, John Speraw and Karch Kiraly, respectively. In 2016, Scates was named the Pac-12 Volleyball ‘Coach of the Century’.
Aly Wagner joined Pac-12 Networks as a women's soccer analyst in 2015. Wagner is a former U.S. Women’s National Team player, two-time Olympic gold medalist, and two-time Women’s World Cup athlete. Wagner was a midfielder for the USWNT from 1999-2008, and also a member of the 2003 and 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup teams where she won two bronze medals. After her first World Cup, Wagner was part of the 2004 Olympic team in Athens and the 2008 Olympic team in Beijing. As the first selection in the 2003 Women’s United Soccer Association Draft, Wagner played several years professionally, including with the Los Angeles Sol. Wagner spent her collegiate career at Santa Clara, where she was named the Hermann Trophy winner as the country’s top women’s soccer player. She also earned an NCAA Top VIII award, an honor handed out to only the top eight student-athletes across all NCAA divisions and sports. Wagner earned first-team All-America status as a senior and junior. Wagner also led the Broncos to the NCAA Championship during her junior year, where she scored the game winning goal for Santa Clara’s first ever NCAA title.
Amanda Borden, former American Gymnast and US Gold Medalist from the 1996 Summer Olympic team, will provide her expertise on Pac-12 Networks gymnastics telecasts. Borden was the team captain of the 1996 Olympic gymnastics team, as voted upon by her teammates due to her vivacious personality and encouraging presence. After the Olympics, she attended and graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University, although she did not compete given her professional athlete status. Prior to Pac-12 Networks, she has served as a commentator on CBS Sports, Fox Sports, Turner Broadcasting and ESPN for gymnastics and cheerleading events.
Amanda Freed is a softball analyst for Pac-12 Networks. She is a two-time World Cup Champion, Pan American Gold medalist (2003), two-time World Champion (2002, 2006), alternate on the 2000 Olympic team and an Olympic Gold medalist (2004). While at UCLA, Freed was a top 25 finalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year (2002) and led UCLA to the NCAA WCWS in 2000, 2001 and 2002, and a title in 1999. Freed was a NFCA first-team All-American (2002, 1999) and four-time first team All-Pac 10 (2002, 2001, 2000, 1999).
Amy Gant brings her expertise and insight to Pac-12 Networks volleyball telecasts. The BYU middle blocker from 1994-97 finished her collegiate career as one of the most prolific players in program history. She competed on the 1998-1999 US National Team and was an NCAA Woman of the Year finalist. In addition to her analyst duties with the Networks, she does color commentary for Universal Sports, ESPN2 and Fox Sports.
Amy Van Dyken
Amy Van Dyken, a former Arizona Wildcat and six-time Olympic gold medalist, enters her fourth season as a swimming analyst for Pac-12 Networks. Her broadcasting career includes sideline reporting stints for the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos. She was also a co-host of the nationally syndicated radio program, 'Fox Sports Tonight' with Rob Dibble.
Ann Schatz is responsible for game reporting duties on Pac-12 Networks for softball, women’s soccer and women’s basketball games. With a broadcasting career of over 30 years, Schatz is widely known and regarded as an accomplished sports broadcaster, speaker and entrepreneur. She has covered the NBA Championships, the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, the Boston Marathon, NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments and the US Women’s Open Golf Championship.
Anne Marie Anderson
Anne Marie Anderson is a play-by-play announcer for Pac-12 Networks, lending her voice for volleyball, women’s basketball, soccer, softball, and beach volleyball telecasts. Anderson has over 20 years of broadcasting experience, covering a variety of women’s Olympic sports as a host, anchor, and reporter.
Anthony Herron joined Pac-12 Networks football broadcasts as a game analyst during Fall 2013 and as a studio host in 2015. Herron was a star at the University of Iowa as a defensive lineman and played five years in the National Football League. Following his NFL days, he played five seasons in the AFL. He won the 2008 ArenaCup Championship as the Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator of the Tennessee Valley Vipers. Shortly after, Herron began more extensive work as a broadcaster. Prior to working at Pac-12 Networks, he became one of the lead game and studio analysts for the Big Ten Network and then joined NFL Network in 2010 as a football analyst for “Arena Football Friday.” He continues to call Arena Football for ESPN and CBS Sports while also serving as a college football analyst for NBC Sports covering events such as the US Army All-America Game and the Bayou Classic.
Anthony Robles joins Pac-12 Networks as a wrestling analyst. Robles is a 2011 NCAA Division I Champion, a three-time All-American and NWCA Outstanding Wrestler of the Tournament—all the while winning with the disadvantage of wrestling able-bodied athletes. Robles credits his ability to succeed in the face of overwhelming challenges to a belief instilled in him by his mother from the time he was born—that he could do anything and could overcome any obstacle that came his way. A symbol of perseverance, Robles shares with audiences his philosophy that courage and the tenacity to never give up on your dream can make you unstoppable—no matter how overwhelming the odds. Named by President Obama as a member of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition and currently a NCAA wrestling analyst expert for ESPN, Robles is the recipient of the 2011 ESPYs Jimmy V Award for Perseverance.
Ben Braun, the 1997 Pac-10 Coach of the Year and a finalist for the 2003 Naismith National Coach of the Year, joins Pac-12 Networks as a men’s basketball studio analyst. During his head coaching career that spanned over 30 years and more than 600 career college victories, Braun has coached 22 players who have gone on to play in the NBA. Braun began his career as an assistant coach at Park High School in Racine, Wis. During his 11-year career on the coaching staff at Eastern Michigan, he coached the Eagles into the NCAA Sweet 16 in 1991. Braun joined Cal in 1996, and his 12-year tenure directed the Bears to more postseason appearances and more postseason victories than any coach in school history, including five NCAA Tournament berths and an NIT championship in 1999. Braun was also the head men's coach at Rice from 2008 – March 2014.
Walton enrolled at UCLA in 1970. He played center for John Wooden's varsity team for three seasons (1972-74), after an undefeated year with the freshman team in 1971. He was a member of two undefeated NCAA championship teams compiling an NCAA record 88 consecutive game winning streak.Bill Walton is a three-time recipient of the NCAA Player of the Year Award, 1972, '73 and '74. Walton is a three-time All-America College Player, and was named to the Pacific 8 All-Conference first team 3 times and was Pac-8 Conference Player of the Year for three consecutive years. At UCLA Walton was a scholar-athlete who also earned Academic All-America honors three years in a row. Walton was the first overall pick in the 1974 NBA Draft by the Portland Trailblazers, and was a member of their championship team in 1977. Nine years later, he earned another championship title with the Boston Celtics in 1986. He played with the Trailblazers 1974-79, the San Diego Clippers 1979-84, the relocated Los Angeles Clippers in 1985, and the Boston Celtics 1985-88.Bill Walton was the NBA's Most Valuable Player, 1978; all-NBA First Team, 1978; NBA All-Star Team, 1977 and 1978; NBA Playoff's MVP, 1977; all-NBA second team, 1977; winner of the NBA Sixth Man Award, 1986. Walton is one of only four players in the history of basketball to have won multiple NCAA and multiple NBA Championships. In 1993, Walton was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. He started his broadcasting career in 1990 as an analyst for the then Prime Ticket Network. Over the last 21 years he has worked for ABC, ESPN, NBC, CBS, Fox, MSNBC, Turner Sports, KCAL, NESN, and the NBA. For his television broadcasting work, Walton has been nominated for numerous Emmy awards and in 2001 won an Emmy for best live sports television broadcast.
Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Brian Webber joined Pac-12 Networks in November, 2013 as a play-by-play announcer for men's and women's basketball, baseball, volleyball, gymnastics, field hockey, and tennis. His play-by-play assignments include national work for Fox Sports Net, ESPNU, CBS Sports Network, and NCAA Productions. His versatile resume covers nearly every conceivable sport, ranging from rugby to table tennis. In addition to his duties for Pac-12 Networks, Webber can be seen on Tennis Channel serving as a play-by-play announcer and studio host, and heard nationally hosting "The Brian Webber Show" on NBC Sports Radio. Previously, he has worked as a studio host for NFL Network, Fox Sports Digital Media, Fox Sports Net Northwest, and spent nine years as lead anchor for Fox Sports Net Bay Area in San Francisco. Webber is a graduate of Stanford University, where he served as sports director of the student radio station KZSU. Webber also received a Masters of Business Administration from USC.
Former Stanford Cardinal Casey Jacobsen joins Pac-12 Networks as a men’s basketball analyst. Jacobsen was a two-time All-America pick and a three-time All-Pac 10 Conference First Team selection at Stanford. He finished his collegiate career ranked third on the Cardinal all-time scoring list with 1,723 points. In three seasons, he averaged 18.1 points, shot .470 from the field, and .427 from three-point range. Jacobsen was a first-round, 22nd overall selection of the Phoenix Suns in the 2002 NBA Draft. Jacobsen played three seasons with the Suns and the New Orleans Hornets, and averaged 5.9 points, 1.9 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 20.4 minutes in 234 games played (14 starts) with Phoenix and New Orleans. In addition, Jacobsen also played for the Memphis Grizzlies during the 2007-08 season. Jacobsen also played for a number of notable European clubs, including earning 2007 German League Finals MVP as a member of Brose Baskets. While with the Brose Baskets, Jacobsen helped the club win the national basketball cup and the BBL Championship. In addition to his work with the Pac-12 Network, Jacobsen also serves as a college basketball analyst for Fox Sports 1, Time Warner Cable, and various Phoenix Suns broadcasts.
The 1st overall pick to the Connecticut Sun in the 2014 WNBA Draft, Chiney Ogwumike is the 2014 WNBA Rookie of the year and WNBA All-Star. A two-time WNBA Rookie of the Month recipient, Chiney led all rookies in rebounding (8.5 RPG) and double-doubles (13.0), ranked second in scoring (15.5 PPG), and third in steals (1.2 SPG). Overall, Chiney finished 2nd in the WNBA in offensive rebounds (123.0), second in double-doubles, seventh in rebounding, and 11th in scoring. At Stanford, Chiney was a three-time First Team All-American, two-time Pac-12 Player of the Year, three-time Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, four-time All-Pac 12 First Team, and finalist for multiple national Player of the Year awards each of the last three seasons. The John R. Wooden Award winner and Pac-12's all-time leading scorer and rebounder's 26.1 points per game, 12.1 rebounds, 60.1% field-goal percentage, and 27 double-doubles made Chiney the only player in the country to rank in the NCAA's top 10 in each of those categories. Chiney captured a gold medal with USA Basketball at the FIBA 3x3 World Championships in August 2012 and earned a gold medal with the USA Basketball World University Games team in 2011. The 6'4" forward and Cypress, Texas native of Nigerian descent led Stanford to three Final Fours while distinguishing herself in academics, earning multiple honors for her academic success, including being named the 2014 Capital One Academic All-American of the Year and the Pac-12 Women's Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Chiney has most recently added host and commentator to her resume, co-hosting ESPN's First Take and His and Hers, covering the 2014 WNBA All-Star game on ABC, and working in-studio for NBATV for the WNBA playoffs.
Chris Dorst provides color commentary on Pac-12 Networks water polo telecasts. During his tenure at Stanford, Dorst was a two-time collegiate All-American and named MVP on Stanford’s NCAA Championship team in 1976. The Cardinal alumnus was selected as a member of the US Olympic team in 1980 and 1984, where they won a silver medal in Los Angeles in 1984. Dorst has been inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame and USA Water Polo Hall of Fame.
Chris Marlowe is a play-by-play voice for Pac-12 Networks. Marlowe has covered eight consecutive Olympic telecasts, most recently with men’s and women’s beach volleyball at the 2016 Olympics in Rio for NBC Olympics. He has also been the Denver Nuggets’ play-by-play voice since 2004. Additionally, Marlowe has called play-by-play for college football, basketball, and volleyball on a host of networks including NBC, ABC, CBS, ESPN, and FOX Sports. Marlowe's athletic accomplishments include a 1984 Olympic Gold Medal in volleyball and a NCAA Championship at San Diego State University in 1973. Marlowe also enjoyed a successful beach volleyball career, winning the 1977 World Championships of Beach Volleyball and the prestigious Manhattan Beach Open in 1976 and 1977.
Longtime television soccer commentator Christian Miles has been covering men’s and women’s soccer on Pac-12 Networks since 2012. Miles is best known as the host of FOX Sports / FOX Soccer’s popular English Premier League shows, "Match Day" and "Goals On Sunday." During his time at FOX Soccer, Christian served as a sideline reporter and the play-by-play voice of the MLS Game of the Week, while also contributing to coverage of international soccer. In 2005, Miles became the first host and play-by-play man for MLS club Chivas USA on FOX Sports Primeticket.
Christopher Sullivan is a soccer analyst for the Pac-12 Networks. A Bay Area native, Sullivan was a two time All-American at the University of Tampa and was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame before moving on to a professional career playing in the top divisions in Europe, Mexico, and Major League Soccer. In 1990, he played on the U.S. World Cup team in Italy. He was one of Fox Sports’ lead analysts for over 10 years covering major international leagues and tournaments including UEFA Champions League, Italian Serie A, Copa Libertadores, FIFA Club World Cup, and MLS, as well as three FIFA World Cups. Sullivan was the lead analyst for Yahoo! Sports for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and appeared on beIN Sports nightly shows from Rio de Janeiro.
Pac-12 Networks features Washington State alum Cindy Brunson on its roster of college football sideline reporters. Brunson is a familiar face on Pac-12 Networks as she served as a women’s basketball play-by-play announcer and men’s hoops sideline reporter since 2014. Brunson joined ESPN in September 1999, where she hosted a variety of shows including SportsCenter, First Take, and College Basketball Live. She joined Fox Sports Arizona’s broadcast team in April 2013 as the Arizona Diamondbacks’ pregame and postgame host and reporter. Additionally, she was on the call for several Phoenix Mercury games in both play-by-play and analyst roles.
Cobi Jones serves as a soccer analyst for Pac-12 Networks after an extensive professional playing career. Jones played college soccer at UCLA, helping his team win a NCAA National Title in 1990. The three-time member of the World Cup U.S. National Team (1994, 1998, 2002) was also a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic soccer team in Barcelona. He went on to play for the Los Angeles Galaxy for 12 seasons, retiring at the end of the 2007 campaign. During his tenure as a player with the Galaxy, the club won the MLS Cup twice (2002, 2005). A 2011 Soccer Hall of Fame inductee, Jones went on to become an assistant coach for the team before heading into the broadcast booth, where he is now the Galaxy’s TV analyst. He can also be seen covering a variety of international matches and U.S. soccer games for FOX.
Colin Hawley offers his experience and expertise on Pac-12 Networks rugby telecasts. Hawley is a University of California, Berkeley alumni, played rugby for the Golden Bears and has been a member of the United States national team since 2009. He also represented the United States in two World Cups, one in 15s and one in sevens, making him a very well rounded analyst.
Former NFL and USC wide receiver Curtis Conway is a Pac-12 Networks football studio analyst. A native of Los Angeles, Calif., Conway was a first-round pick in the 1993 NFL Draft. During his 12-year NFL career, he played with the Chicago Bears, San Diego Chargers, New York Jets, and San Francisco 49ers, combining for 594 receptions, 8,230 yards and 52 touchdowns.
Dain Blanton is a men’s and women’s volleyball analyst for Pac-12 Networks. Blanton won a volleyball National Championship while a student-athlete at Pepperdine University. Upon graduating, he joined the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour and became the first African American to win a major title when he won the Hermosa Beach Grand Slam in 1997. On September 26, 2000, Blanton and his volleyball partner Eric Fonoimoana struck gold at the Olympic Games in Sydney against the world's top-seeded team from Brazil. In 2007, Blanton turned his focus to sports broadcasting and has also worked for ABC, NBC, ESPN, Fox Sports Net, and Universal Sports Network.
Dan Belluomini can be seen on Pac-12 Networks as a game and studio basketball analyst. Belluomini has been part of the Networks’ men’s basketball coverage since its inaugural season. The former Head Coach, Assistant Coach and Athletic Director at the University of San Francisco has a broadcasting resume over 30 years covering Pac-12 Basketball on Fox, ESPN, NCAA Productions, Comcast, Raycom Sports and Lorimar Sports. While coaching at the University of San Francisco, Belluomini led his team to nine NCAA Tournaments, reaching the Sweet Sixteen in 1972, 1974, 1978 and 1979 and reaching the Elite Eight in 1973.
Dan Dickau joined Pac-12 Networks as a basketball analyst in November 2013 for its coverage of men’s basketball. Dickau has called numerous Pac-12 games this season and can also be seen frequently on Pac-12 Networks’ basketball pregame and postgame show. Dickau is a retired American professional basketball player and also spent time working as a player development assistant with the Portland Trail Blazers. He played for the University of Washington Huskies prior to transferring to, and becoming a standout point guard for Gonzaga. Dickau was drafted in the first round (28th overall) by the Sacramento Kings in the 2002 NBA Draft. He went on to a six-year NBA playing career, including two stints in Europe.
Danielle Slaton is a soccer analyst for Pac-12 Networks. Danielle has served as a match analyst for FOX Sports for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup and called games for the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifying and the 2015 Algarve Cup. Slaton played soccer for the U.S. Women's National Team from 2000-2005, earning a silver medal at the 2000 Olympics Games and a bronze in the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup. She was a three-time All-American at Santa Clara University, where she captained her team to an NCAA championship in 2001 and was named NCAA Scholar Athlete of the Year. After her playing career finished, Slaton went on to coach women's soccer at Northwestern University and earned her Master's Degree in Sports Administration.
Daron Sutton is a play-by-play commentator for Pac-12 Networks. Since joining the network in 2014, he’s specifically worked with soccer, basketball, and baseball. Sutton has been broadcasting Major League Baseball on TV and radio at the network or team level since 1998. He was the television voice of the Arizona Diamondbacks from 2007 to 2012. Prior to making his home in the desert, Sutton spent five years in a similar capacity with the Milwaukee Brewers. His first full-time play-by-play role was with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for two seasons. While frequently filling in calling Atlanta Braves games, Sutton handled Southeastern Conference telecasts of baseball, softball, men’s and women’s basketball, swimming and diving, gymnastics, track and field, and volleyball. Daron served as the TV voice of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Basketball for a decade and for Arizona State for three years. Sutton also pitched professionally for two seasons in the Angels and Braves organizations.
Former UCLA basketball standout and nine-year NBA veteran Don MacLean serves as a studio and game analyst on Pac-12 Networks.
Don Shaw provides color commentary on Pac-12 Networks volleyball telecasts. In his 16-year tenure as the Stanford women's volleyball head coach (1984-1999), Shaw guided the Cardinal to four NCAA Championships (1992, 1994, 1996, 1997) and 10 conference titles, including six Pac-12 Championships in a row from 1994-1999. In all, he coached Stanford to the NCAA Championship match eight times in his 16 seasons. Shaw compiled a career winning percentage of .863 (440-70). He was also named the National Women's Coach of the Year in 1991 and 1997. Shaw was inducted into the American Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2008. Shaw also excelled in baseball and basketball, being selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 1969 Baseball Amateur Draft. Shaw also played basketball at Loyola Marymount from 1971-73, and led the West Coast Athletic Conference in free throw percentage (85.3) in 1971-72. He received a bachelor's degree in sociology with an athletic coaching minor from UC Santa Barbara in 1977.
Drew Shiller joins the Pac-12 Networks for the basketball season as a game analyst. At Burlingame High School, Shiller was the star of the basketball, baseball and football teams. He eventually settled on basketball, taking his talents to the University of San Francisco for his freshman campaign. He finished his career at Stanford. At the end of his playing career, Shiller began calling the Cardinal’s games. In addition to covering men’s and women’s basketball games for the Networks, he is a web producer at CSNBayArea.com. He has also served as the Santa Cruz Warriors game analyst for the past three seasons.
Former high jumper Dwight Stones brings his cross country and track and field knowledge to the Pac-12 Networks as an analyst. Stone won 19 national titles and set 10 world records (7 indoor, 3 outdoor). He began his broadcasting career in 1977 and has broadcast every Summer Olympic Games since Los Angeles.
Eldridge Recasner joins the Pac-12 Networks as a men’s basketball analyst. In college, he was a three-time All-Pac-10 Conference guard for the Washington Huskies men's basketball team. After college, he played in a variety of professional leagues such as the Continental Basketball Association before entering the NBA. He subsequently played for several NBA teams including the Denver Nuggets, Houston Rockets, Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Hornets and Los Angeles Clippers. In the 1994–95 season, his fifth season after college, he earned the CBA MVP award while leading the Yakima Sun Kings to the league championship. After that CBA season was completed, he signed to play in the NBA at the end of the 1994–95 NBA season for the Nuggets. The following season, he earned a spot on the roster of the two-time defending champion Rockets. He played in the NBA for seven more seasons. He later became an assistant coach for the Sioux Falls Skyforce.
Elise Woodward joins Pac-12 Networks as a women’s basketball analyst. While at UW, Woodward served as captain her senior year, earned All-Pac-12 academic honors and made three trips to the NCAA tournament, including advancing to the Sweet 16 during her sophomore year. Woodward’s reporting career began at FOX Sports, where she served as a reporter for the Seahawks, Mariners and Huskies. She was also the color analyst for the Seattle Storm and a sideline reporter for the Seattle Sonics. Woodward also hosted the sports talk radio show, ‘Elise and Jerry on KJR 950 AM,’ alongside Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer. She has since worked as a sideline reporter for UW football and analyst for UW women’s basketball.
Elizabeth Moreau brings her reporting experience to the Pac-12 Networks as a volleyball analyst. After a four-year volleyball career at Butler, she began working at the Big Ten Network as a production assistant. She then transitioned into a sideline reporter and studio analyst role. After that, she joined ESPN as a football sideline reporter, volleyball analyst, and track and field reporter. She also worked for Fox Sports South as the Atlanta Braves clubhouse reporter, SEC football sideline reporter, and a co-host for the network.
Eric Allen joins Pac-12 Networks this season as a football studio analyst. Eric will be part of Football Pregame and Postgame shows, as well as Sports Report. A 14-year NFL veteran, Eric was one of the NFL's premier defensive backs with the Philadelphia Eagles, New Orleans Saints, and Oakland Raiders. Allen was a six-time pro bowler in the NFL, with 54 career interceptions and eight touchdowns. In 1987, he was part of Arizona State’s Rose Bowl championship team. Previously, Eric worked as an NFL studio analyst with ESPN on various shows.
Erik Coleman is a Pac-12 Networks football analyst. After a stellar collegiate career as the captain of the Washington State football team, Coleman played nine consecutive seasons in the NFL with the New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons, and Detroit Lions. He also served as the player-elected NFL Players Association Team Representative five out of his nine years in the league. Since his retirement in 2013, Coleman has become a TV analyst for SNY’s “Jets Post Game Live!”, “Jets Extra Point”, “Jets Nation” and SNY’s Jets draft show. Coleman’s other work as a sports commentator features appearances on network programs such as Hannity on Fox, Closing Bell with Liz Claman on Fox Business, ABC, CBS, ESPN Radio, and WFAN. In addition to his on-camera career, Coleman hit the airwaves as an analyst for the Stony Brook University football radio broadcast team in 2015 and most recently, Sirius XM.
Former NFL tight end Evan Moore is a Pac-12 Networks football game analyst. After being named the “Orange County Athlete of the Year” his senior year of high school, he attended Stanford University, where he played both football and basketball. During his five-year NFL career, he played for the Green Bay Packers, Cleveland Browns, and Seattle Seahawks. Since his retirement, he has started a real estate investment company and appeared on NBC’s “Pro Football Talk”.
Veteran analyst Glenn Parker brings a wealth of broadcasting experience to his role as gameday and studio analyst for Pac-12 Networks’ football coverage. A graduate of the University of Arizona, where he played offensive line and was named to the all-conference team, Parker enjoyed a 12-year career in the National Football League. Parker played in five Super Bowls during his time in the league with the Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs, and New York Giants. In 2011, Parker served as a college football game and studio analyst for Versus’ slate of Pac-12 contests. Parker also served as a broadcaster on NBC covering Arena Football for four years and college football for two years, both in-studio and in-game. He also spent two years at NFL Network. From 2009-2011, he was a pre- and postgame analyst for the Arizona Cardinals on KTAR and has been a postgame analyst on Fox Sports Arizona since 2012.
Greg Heister is a play-by-play announcer for the Pac-12 Networks. For over twenty years he has worked in television as a sports broadcaster. Heister also hosts and produces “Season on the Fly” an award winning fly fishing show airing weekly on NBCSN. He owns Green Highlander Productions, Inc. a production company that has won 15 regional Emmy Awards and he leads an expedition each year covering the Iditarod Sled Dog Race. He is also a play-by-play announcer for Root Sports and ESPN.
Greg Mescall is a play-by-play voice for Pac-12 Networks live game coverage of water polo. He has an extensive broadcasting resume that includes play-by-play analysis at USAWP, ESPNU, Universal Sports, Fox Sports West and BTN. He has been an anchor for highlight shows, as well as a host for feature stories and athlete profiles for USA Water Polo TV and Universal Sports. He joined USA Water Polo as the primary media contact for USA Men’s and Women’s Olympic Water Polo teams during the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics. He also called the play-by-play action as a broadcaster for UC Irvine Women’s Basketball and Wagner College football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball.
Guy Haberman is a Pac-12 Networks host, play-by-play voice, and sideline reporter. He co-hosts "Haberman & Middlekauff" on 95.7 The Game in the Bay Area and previously hosted the Oakland A's Pregame and Postgame shows. Haberman also hosts Comcast SportsNet California's Sacramento Kings pregame and postgame coverage.
Three-time Olympian and Volleyball Hall of Fame member Holly McPeak brings her expertise to Pac-12 Networks as a color commentator for volleyball and beach volleyball telecasts. The retired beach volleyball player won a Bronze medal in the 2004 Olympic Games and has won 72 career titles. McPeak first attended University of California, Berkeley, but transferred to UCLA in 1990 where she helped lead the Bruins to a national championship. That year she was named to the All-NCAA Tournament team and earned All-Pacific Region and All-Pac-10 first team honors.
Jason Knapp has served as a game announcer for Pac-12 Networks since its launch in August 2012. He works on numerous sports such as basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, water polo, women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, field hockey, rowing, wrestling, and men’s and women’s swimming. He had play-by-play duties for wrestling, archery, shooting, and judo for NBC Sports’ coverage of the 2012 London Olympics, and curling during the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Knapp has been the game announcer for more than 25 different sports in his career, calling over two dozen NCAA Championships. Knapp has also called events for NBCSN, CBS Sports Network, MASN, ESPN, Universal Sports, American Sports Network, Fox Sports, and BTN. He also works as a host/play-by-play announcer for the USTA's US Optimum coverage of the US Open.
The multi-talented JB Long appears on Pac-12 Networks as a play-by-play announcer for baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, and beach volleyball telecasts. In addition to his duties with Pac-12 Networks, he is the play-by-play radio voice of the Los Angeles Rams. He has also served in the same capacity with MLB Network, ESPN, Bright House Sports, and Big Ten Network. In August 2016, JB called fencing, synchronized swimming, and modern pentathlon for NBC Olympics.
All-around athlete Jeremy Bloom is a Pac-12 Networks football game and studio analyst. The three-time skiing World Champion, two-time Olympian, eleven-time World Cup gold medalist, and member of the United States Skiing Hall of Fame, was also an All-American football player at the University of Colorado. Bloom continued his football career playing professionally in the NFL as a wide receiver and return specialist for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers. After his NFL career, Bloom launched and created a philanthropic foundation to help low income seniors experience their lifelong wishes.
Jill Savage is a reporter and host for Pac-12 Networks. Jill joined the network in 2013 as a sideline reporter and now also conducts feature interviews for the network’s online platform. In addition to her Pac-12 commitments, Jill is a fill-in host for Bleacher Report Radio and College Sports Nation on SiriusXM. In 2014 and 2015, Jill covered the Super Bowl for USA Today. Also in 2014, she covered the Junior Hockey Championships in Malmo, Sweden for NHL Network, and did so again in 2016 in Helsinki, Finland. From 2010 through 2013. Jill worked for the Oregon IMG Sports Network. During her time there, she hosted a daily radio show on 95.3 The Score. She also hosted “Oregon Football with Chip Kelly” and “Countdown to Kickoff: Oregon Football Live”, in addition to her work as a sideline reporter for Oregon basketball games. Jill formerly worked for Comcast SportsNet Northwest as a television reporter/analyst covering the Portland Trail Blazers, and the NFL on Fox.
Five-time Emmy Award winner Jim Watson is a Pac-12 Networks play-by-play contributor for football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, tennis, track and field, gymnastics, soccer, softball, water polo, and cross-country events. He began his broadcasting career in 1990 after graduating from USC in 1989. His resume includes working 26 different sports, calling the American’s upset of Brazil in the Beach Volleyball Final at the Summer Olympics in 2000, indoor volleyball in the 2004 Olympic Games, and weightlifting and Taekwondo in the 2012 London Olympic Games, all for NBC Sports. Watson worked for Fox Sports for 20 years covering every sport the network aired including Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers, Angels, Kings, Ducks, and all Pac-12 events. Watson was also the play-by-play voice for the Los Angeles Galaxy for five years. Additionally, Watson has been the play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Sparks.
Josh Grau is a color commentator for Pac-12 Networks volleyball telecasts. As associate head coach of Northwestern volleyball, Grau directed the team from a 7-23 record in 2000 to back-to-back NCAA Tournament berths in 2002 and 2003. He also helped Northwestern build consecutive top-25 recruiting classes. Grau was named head coach of the USA Developmental Volleyball Team at the 2002 Sibillini International Volleyball Tournament in Comunzana, Italy, leading the team to a 3rd place finish. Josh was also the director of integrated marketing at ESPN from 2005-2008 before working for YouTube and Twitter.
The six-time consecutive Gold Glove winner and former University of Arizona standout, JT Snow brings a wealth of Pac-12 baseball knowledge to the Pac-12 Networks talent roster, serving as a baseball analyst since 2013. Snow played three seasons for the Wildcats, earning First-Team All-Pac-10 South honors in 1989 after leading the team with a .359 batting average. Following his collegiate career, he clocked in 13 seasons in the majors including nine years with the San Francisco Giants. Snow has also spent time in the booth, providing television and radio analysis for the San Francisco Giants broadcasts for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area and KNBR radio.
Julianne Viani is a sportscaster for ESPN, CBS Sports Network, SNY and other Networks. As a former professional basketball player in Europe and Division I player at Marist College, Julianne has covered a wide range of sports including football, basketball, soccer, softball, and lacrosse both at the college and high school level. She was a member of the women's basketball team that reached the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2007, the school's first ever in history. Julianne's play on the court led to numerous awards, including MAAC Most Valuable Player, two-time All-MAAC selection and four-time MAAC All-Academic selection. She is the first female student-athlete in Marist history to play in four NCAA Tournaments, was named ESPN The Magazine Second Team Academic All-District, and went on to play professionally in Europe's EuroCup. She was named Marist College's Female Athlete of the Year in 2009 and was inducted into the MAAC Basketball Hall of Fame in 2014 in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Former Michigan field hockey player, Kara Lentz provides her expertise on field hockey and women’s lacrosse telecasts for Pac-12 Networks. Lentz began her broadcasting career in 2007 when the Big Ten Network launched, lending her voice and expertise as an analyst, both in studios and for women’s field hockey games. During her tenure at Michigan, Lentz helped her team to the NCAA semifinals in 2003 and was team captain in 2006.
Kate Rooney is a halftime reporter for Pac-12 Networks. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she spent 10 years on the East Coast before heading back to California to pursue a graduate degree in Journalism. Prior to joining the Pac-12 Networks’ launch team in the production department, Kate worked as a reporter for the Rivals sites USCfootball.com and Bruin Sports Report, and at the Los Angeles Times as an associate web producer. During her master’s program at USC, she was Senior Sports Editor for the website Neon Tommy, hosted a Los Angeles focused sports roundtable show on TrojanVision and worked as a reporter and anchor for Annenberg TV News. Kate holds a B.F.A. in musical theater from the Boston Conservatory of Music, and a M.A. in Journalism from the University of Southern California.
Kate Scott is a Pac-12 Networks anchor, reporter, play-by-play announcer, and host. In 2016, Scott made history by becoming only the third woman to call an NFL game when she handled play-by-play duties during the preseason for San Francisco 49ers radio. Along the same precedent, she was the first full-time female mic man in Cal history. In addition to her duties at Pac-12 Networks, Scott is the Morning Sports Anchor for KNBR 680 AM in San Francisco, the flagship station of the San Francisco Giants, San Francisco 49ers, Golden State Warriors, and Stanford Football. She is also an Emmy Award-winning reporter and play-by-play announcer for Comcast Sportsnet. Scott’s previous work includes the San Francisco Giants, the San Jose Giants, the San Jose Earthquakes, FC Gold Pride, and NBC Bay Area.
Kate Harrison is a Pac-12 Networks halftime and sideline reporter. The University of Southern California grad reported on every single sport on campus during her time at USC. After graduating with honors, Kate went on to work with Nike Women, the Los Angeles Clippers and Sky TV. Kate currently hosts her own live show on Sky, which broadcasts to 10 million homes in the UK, and reports for the USC Trojans.
The Bay Area native and American golfer, Kay Cockerill provides her expertise and insight on golfing telecasts for Pac-12 Networks. The two-time All American and Academic All-American won six individual titles while at UCLA, placing fourth in the 1986 NCAA Championship and winning back-to-back US Women’s Amateur Championships in 1986 and 1987. She later became the first female golfer inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999. She joined the LPGA in 1988 and played professionally until 1997. Cockerill currently serves as an analyst on NBC Universal and Golf Channel covering the LPGA, Web.com, PGA and USGA events and has been working for the Golf Channel since 1995.
Kelly Gray brings his soccer and broadcasting experience to Pac-12 Networks’ soccer telecasts. Gray played at the University of Portland from 1999 to 2000 and continued his career in the MLS from 2002-2009. Upon retirement, Gray provided commentary for San Jose Earthquakes games on Comcast Sports Net Bay Area in 2013.
Ken Chertow serves as the expert analyst on Pac-12 Networks’ wrestling telecasts. Chertow represented the United States in the 1988 Summer Olympics after a successful collegiate career at Penn State, where he was named a three-time All-American and a three-time Academic All-American. Aside from Pac-12 Networks, Chertow serves as a wrestling broadcast analyst for Big Ten Network (BTN) and College Sports Television (CSTV). He also coaches wrestling throughout the year at his Gold Medal Training Camps and Clinics.
Kenzie Fowler joins the Pac-12 Networks on-air squad as a softball analyst as her first foray in broadcasting. The former Arizona pitcher is a two-time All-American (2010, 2011), two-time high school National Gatorade Player of the Year, and earned Women's College World Series All-Tournament Team honors in 2010. Fowler ranks eighth in Arizona history with 87 career wins, sixth in career strikeouts with 857 and ninth with 718.2 innings pitched. After her collegiate career, Fowler interned at Pac-12 Networks in the Production department during the summer of 2014.
Kevin Barnett serves as a play-by-play voice for Pac-12 Networks live game coverage of men’s and women’s volleyball. The former volleyball player himself competed as a member of the United States Olympic team at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Games. He also does play-by-play and hosts a variety of sports programming for NBC Olympics, FOX Sports West in Los Angeles and Monster Energy Supercross.
Kevin O’Neill joins the Pac-12 Networks as a basketball analyst with over thirty years of coaching experience. His coaching experience spans both the collegiate and professional levels, including USC, University of Arizona, Memphis Grizzlies and several other college and NBA teams. O’Neill played college basketball at McGill University in Canada, and later earned his MBA at Marycrest College. Before joining the Pac-12 Networks as a basketball analyst, he also worked for Fox Sports as an analyst.
Kevin Stocker brings over 13 years of broadcasting experience to Pac-12 Networks’ baseball coverage as a game analyst after formerly serving as a color analyst for CBS Sports Networks college baseball telecasts. A native of Spokane, WA, he was a standout for the Washington Huskies at shortstop, playing three seasons (1989-91) before being selected by the Philadelphia Phillies (54th overall) in the 1991 MLB draft and going on to play 10 seasons of professional baseball.
Lamar Hurd has been a basketball analyst on Pac-12 Networks since its inaugural season. The former Oregon State player was the starting point guard from 2002-2006, received All-Pac-12 Honors, shared the team’s MVP Award and was named to the Pac-12 All-Academic first team. In 2006, he received the Pac-10 medal due to his excellence on and off the court. Hurd played professional basketball in Germany from 2006-2007, but returned to the United States in order to work with kids. In addition to his work with Pac-12 Networks, he is the President of the youth organization, The Other Side of Basketball, and has previously served as a college basketball analyst for Fox Sports Northwest and Root Sports from 2008-2011.
Leah Secondo joins the Pac-12 Networks as a Field Hockey analyst. Secondo has been a freelance sports journalist since 1992, and has worked for several networks including ESPNU, CBS College Sports and the Big Ten Network. After graduating from Southern Connecticut State University, she was hired as the first female sportscaster in Connecticut. The three-time hall of famer has received several awards throughout her career, including the Florida Associated Press Award in 2007.
A seasoned broadcaster, Lewis Johnson covers multiple sports as a reporter for Pac-12 Networks. He is one of the few broadcasters who have worked for ABC, NBC, CBS and Turner. Although he has primarily covered football for those networks, he has also assisted in the coverage of the 2000, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2016 Olympic Games.
Lincoln Kennedy is a Pac-12 Networks football studio analyst. Lincoln is part of the team that hosts the “Pac-12 Football Postgame” show. His other work has included analyst duties on “Pac-12 Media Days” and “Pac-12 Training Camp”. Kennedy was an offensive tackle in the National Football League for 11 years. He played for the University of Washington and was recognized as a unanimous All-American in 1992. Kennedy was a Morris Trophy winner in 1991 and 1992, an honor awarded to the conference's best lineman. A first-round pick in the 1993 NFL Draft, he played professionally for the Atlanta Falcons and Oakland Raiders. Kennedy was named to three career Pro Bowls and played in Super Bowl XXXVII. He was inducted into the University of Washington’s Sports Hall of Fame in 2008. In 2015, Kennedy was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. He is currently a broadcaster for Fox Sports Radio on the weekends and is part of the Oakland Raiders radio broadcast team.
Matt Muehlebach, former Arizona Wildcat, enters his fourth season as a Pac-12 Networks basketball game analyst. Matt finished his career at Arizona as the 2nd all-time assist leader, 3rd leading 3 point percentage shooter (41.9%) and the first player in Arizona history to record a triple-double. He also has the only recorded triple-double in Pac-12 tournament play where he was named the Co-Most Outstanding Player of the 1990 Pac-12 Tournament. Muehlebach was a member of four consecutive Pac-12 Champions (1988-1991), remained undefeated at the McKale Center during his four year tenure (64-0) and won more games in uniform than any other Arizona player (117). He was also a three-year starter, GTE Academic All-American (2nd team) in 1991, 3-time First Team All-Pac-12 Academic selection, played on Arizona’s first Final Four team in 1988, was voted MVP by his team after his senior season and was named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the year in 1991 by the media. Muehlebach has also been a game analyst broadcasting for Arizona basketball on radio for the last five years.
A Wade-Trophy finalist as a student-athlete at Northwestern University and a former college and WNBA coach, Mary Murphy returns to Pac-12 Networks as a basketball analyst. In addition to her work at the Networks, Murphy has held analyst duties at CBS, Madison Garden Network (MSG), ESPN, BTN, Time Warner Cable SportsNet, Fox Sports Net, Sunshine Network and Lifetime. Her work has included coverage of both women’s and men’s college basketball and WNBA telecasts. She has also been a radio analyst for Westwood One. As a player, Murphy starred at Northwestern University leading the Wildcats to two Big Ten championships. After graduating from NU, Murphy moved on to the University of Notre Dame where she earned her MBA while working as an assistant coach for six years. Murphy was then hired as head women’s basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Murphy led the Badgers to their first NCAA Tournament, men’s or women’s, in 50 years. Murphy's last coaching stop was as the first general manager and coach of the WNBA’s Sacramento Monarchs.
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A 2013 UCLA Hall of Fame inductee Maylana Martin Douglas brings her women’s basketball expertise to the Pac-12 networks. Martin-Douglas played college ball for UCLA and was the fourth person in conference history to earn all-conference selections for four straight years. As the second all-time scoring leader at UCLA (fourth all-time for men and women), Maylana was also voted conference player of the year twice and won the conference scoring title once. As a player, Maylana earned first team Kodak All-American honors and helped bring the Bruins to three NCAA tournaments including a trip to the Elite 8. Martin-Douglas was drafted in the first round by the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA and played for them for two years. Maylana was also with the Charlotte Sting for a brief stint. Maylana's professional career was cut short due to a major back injury. In 2003, she started as an assistant coach at the University of Portland. She went on to coach for UCLA and Pepperdine.
Mike Dodd serves as an analyst on Pac-12 Networks’ volleyball games, adding a silver medal to the Pac-12 talent roster. The retired professional beach volleyball player competed in the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics along with 75 Open titles spanning an 18-year career. He has also been inducted into the California Beach Volleyball Association Hall of Fame, the San Diego State Hall of Fame and the World Volleyball Hall of Fame.
One of college basketball’s all-time winningest coaches Mike Montgomery joins the Pac-12 Networks providing in-depth coverage of men's basketball. Montgomery enjoyed a storied career that spanned more than four decades and included head coaching stints at California, Stanford, Montana and with the Golden State Warriors. Under Montgomery’s tutelage, the California men’s basketball program enjoyed its winningest six-year stretch in school history with 130 victories during his tenure as head coach. He completed his career as the school’s third-winningest coach with a 130-73 record (.640) and in 2010, guided the Bears to their first conference regular-season championship in 50 years. In addition, Montgomery led the Golden Bears to four NCAA Tournament berths and a pair of National Invitation Tournament appearances, becoming the only coach in school history to guide Cal to six consecutive postseason berths. In 32 seasons as a collegiate head coach, Montgomery captured 677 career victories and exited the game as the 25th-winningest head men’s basketball coach with at least 10 years of experience at the Division I level in NCAA history. Following the 2003-04 season, Montgomery left Stanford to become the head coach of the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, where he compiled a 68-96 record in two seasons. Montgomery garnered several honors throughout his career, including the prestigious John R. Wooden “Legends of Coaching” Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004. The Long Beach, Calif., native was tabbed the Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year in 2000 and the Naismith and Basketball Times Coach of the Year in 2004.
Mike Yam joined Pac-12 Networks at its August 2012 launch after spending nearly four years at ESPN where he served as an anchor on SportsCenter, and was also heavily involved in the network’s NBA, college football, and college basketball coverage. Yam currently hosts “Pac-12 Sports Report”, as well as anchoring the Pac-12 Football pregame and postgame shows, and “Pac-12: Final Score”.
Nick Aliotti is a Pac-12 Networks football studio analyst. Nick is part of the team that hosts the “Pac-12 Football Pregame” show. His other work has included analyst duties on “Pac-12 Media Days” and “Pac-12 Training Camp”. Aliotti most recently retired from his position as the defensive coordinator for the Oregon Ducks following the 2013-14 season, completing a 38-year coaching career that spanned both the collegiate and professional levels. Aliotti first broke into the coaching ranks as a running backs coach at his alma mater, UC Davis (1976), before spending two years as a graduate assistant at Oregon (1978). He has also coached at Oregon State (1980-83) and Chico State (1984-87) before his return to Oregon as outside linebackers coach in 1988. He became the defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach for the 1994 Pac-10 champion Oregon Ducks, who went on to the Rose Bowl. The Northern California native then served as a defensive assistant and special teams coach with the St. Louis Rams from 1995-97. Following three years in the National Football League, he returned to collegiate coaching in 1998. As UCLA defensive coordinator, Aliotti led the Bruins to a Pac-10 title and a Rose Bowl appearance before returning to the Ducks in 1999. He has coached at the University of Oregon in five different decades. Aliotti was a three-year letterman as a running back at UC Davis, earning freshman team MVP honors in 1972 and Far Western Conference accolades his senior season.
Nigel Burton is a Pac-12 Networks football studio analyst. Nigel is part of the team that hosts the “Pac-12 Football Postgame” show and also has duties on “Pac-12 Media Days” and “Pac-12 Training Camp”. A 1999 graduate of the University of Washington, Burton was a three-year starter at safety, leading the Huskies to three bowl games. Burton was a three-time Academic All-Pac-10 and Academic All-District selection as well. He started his career at University of the Pacific and was a starter as a freshman before the program was eliminated. Burton began his coaching career as a defensive assistant at the University of South Florida in 2000. In 2001-02, Burton was a defensive backs coach at Portland State and then coached secondary at Oregon State from 2003-07. In 2008, Burton was named defensive coordinator at Nevada. Then in 2010, Burton became the head coach at Portland State where he coached through the 2014 season.
Paul Sunderland joins Pac-12 Networks doing play-by-play for baseball, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, track and field and women’s volleyball. The broadcast veteran has covered almost every major sport in Southern California for Fox Sports Net and NBC. Sunderland called every Summer Olympics since 1992 covering indoor volleyball, beach volleyball, gymnastics, basketball and diving for NBC Sports. He was a member of the Gold-medal Olympic volleyball team him in 1984. Additionally, Sunderland was the play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Lakers for five years.
Rich Burk is a versatile sportscaster who serves as a play-by-play announcer for Pac-12 Networks. He has called men's and women's basketball, baseball, soccer, volleyball, swimming and diving, softball, tennis and wrestling for the Pac-12 Networks in addition to calling games for Fox Sports Net NW, ROOT Sports and ESPN2. Additionally, Burk has called many games on radio, from historic venues such as Pauley Pavilion, Madison Square Garden and Cameron Indoor Stadium. His professional baseball resume of nearly 2000 games includes calling four no-hitters and two perfect games.
Rich Cellini brings 17 years of sports casting experience to Pac-12 Networks after working for ESPN, Fox Sports, ABC Sports, CBS Sports Network, CSN Bay Area, the Mountain West Network. He has also served many radio responsibilities including the College Game of the Week on National Radio from 2009-2012 and USC’s home football games and select bowl games on ESPN Radio for the past three seasons. Additionally, for the last four years, he has called the NFL preseason games on either television or radio for the San Francisco 49ers, the San Diego Chargers, and the Arizona Cardinals. Cellini calls football, men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, swimming, women’s volleyball, baseball and softball for the Networks.
Roxy Bernstein serves as a Pac-12 Networks play-by-play announcer for football, basketball, soccer, baseball, and women’s volleyball telecasts. In 1997, he was hired as the voice of Cal basketball. In addition to his duties at Pac-12 Networks, he calls college basketball and football for ESPN, can be heard on ESPN Radio calling bowl games and MLB games, and remains the broadcast voice for the Golden Bears men's basketball team on the IMG Sports/Cal Basketball Radio Network. Bernstein broadcasts for the Oakland A's and is a talk show host for KGMZ 95.7 FM The Game in San Francisco. When he finds a free moment he calls college football with 1992 Heisman winner Gino Torretta on Touchdown Radio Network. Previously, he has called play-by-play for the Miami Marlins, San Francisco Giants and San Jose Sharks.
UCLA Bruin Samantha Peszek joins Pac-12 Networks as a women’s gymnastics analyst. Peszek ended her collegiate career as one of the most accomplished student-athletes at UCLA, with three NCAA individual titles, including the all-around title as a senior and balance beam championships as a freshman and as a senior. She is the first UCLA gymnast ever to win multiple NCAA balance beam titles. She finished her career with 17 All-America honors, along with three NCAA, seven NCAA Regional and three Pac-12 individual titles. She scored a perfect 10 on uneven bars in 2014 and had career-bests of 9.95 on every other event and 39.700 in the all-around. During her time at UCLA, Peszek won four Scholastic All-American honors, three Pac-12 All-Academic awards, and was nominated for a Honda Sports Award. Peszek had a stellar international career prior to attending UCLA. A member of the U.S. National team from 2004-09, Peszek won a silver medal with the U.S. team at the 2008 Olympics and a gold medal at the 2007 World Championships. She was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2013 as a member of the 2007 World Championship team. Peszek also hosted a weekly gymnastics interview series on uclabruins.com for three years, and has broadcasting experience doing color commentary for USA Gymnastics events.
Sammy is an Emmy award-winning TV sports journalist who graduated from the University of Utah. A history major as an undergraduate, she was the valedictory speaker of her class. She developed a passion for storytelling as a Harvard graduate student working in Bosnia, where she freelanced stories on the plight of refugees. She got her television start as a general assignment reporter in her hometown, Salt Lake City. A life-long sports enthusiast, she has covered the college football sidelines since 2007. She has hosted her own features show, earning her several other Emmy nominations. She has been a contributor to numerous media outlets including Fox Sports, the Mtn. Network, ESPN Radio, KSL-TV and the Deseret News.
Scott Erickson joins Pac-12 Networks as a baseball analyst. He graduated from San Jose City College with an AA Degree in Business, as well as an Accounting major with a minor in Psychology at the University of Arizona. Erickson was inducted into the Arizona Wildcat Hall of Fame after just one year of pitching for the Wildcats. He was named First-Team All-American and Pac-10 South Co-Player of the Year, and he tied for the NCAA's lead in victories (18). When he was inducted, he held the school single season, Six- Pac records for wins (10), winning percentage (.909), innings pitched (91.0) and complete games (14). After his time with the Wildcats, he was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 4th round of the draft, where he signed his first professional contract. Erickson won a World Series with the Twins in 1991, and also pitched a no-hitter against the Milwaukee Brewers in 1994. He has spent time with the Twins, Baltimore Orioles, New York Mets, and Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees organizations. Erickson retired from professional baseball in 2007.
Former UCLA head coach Steve Lavin joins the Pac-12 Networks as a basketball analyst. Lavin began his coaching career in 1988 at Purdue, where he served as an assistant under Gene Keady. In 1991, he joined the Pac-12 as an assistant coach at UCLA. He held that position until 1996 when he was promoted to head coach. In his 11 years at the helm, he led the Bruins to 10 winning seasons and eight NCAA Tournament bids. Lavin then served as a college basketball analyst for ABC Sports and ESPN from 2003-2010. For the past five years, Lavin has been the head coach at St. John’s University. During his time with the Red Storm, the team had three 20-win seasons.
The multi-talented Tammy Blackburn can be frequently seen on Pac-12 Networks as an analyst for women’s soccer, volleyball, basketball and softball. A two-year captain of the Aztecs women’s basketball team, Blackburn was a four-year starting guard for SDSU. She led her team to two NCAA appearances and two regular season and conference championships. In 1994 San Diego State unveiled a perpetual award, The Tammy Blackburn Award, which is given annually to a student-athlete demonstrating academic and athletic prowess. Her broadcasting career began in 1995 when she signed on the with SDSU Aztecs women’s basketball radio team as the color analyst. In 1997 Blackburn served as a color commentator for Fox Sports. Her work to date includes color analysis for women’s volleyball with ESPN, college basketball with ESPNU and CBS Sports Network.
Two-time Emmy Award-winning announcer Ted Robinson brings extensive broadcasting experience to Pac-12 Networks. Over the last 30 years he’s covered a variety of sports. Robinson calls football, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, and baseball throughout the year. Since 2009, he has been the voice of the San Francisco 49ers radio broadcasts. He has worked for NBC as the voice of Wimbledon, the French Open, US Swimming and Diving Championships, Pac-12 Football, and ten Olympic Games. Robinson’s broadcasting career has included stints with several networks including CBS, TBS, FSN, USA Network, Versus, and Westwood One, as well as game announcer roles for several teams including the San Francisco Giants, Minnesota Twins, New York Mets, Oakland Athletics, Charlotte Hornets, and Stanford football.
Temryss Lane joins Pac-12 Networks soccer telecasts in 2012 after a stint playing professional soccer in Sweden's Damalsvenskan (highest Swedish women's soccer league). Previously, she contributed on Fox Soccer Channel’s "Fox Football Fone-In" from 2009-2010 and covered World Cup Qualifiers for beIN Sports in 2012 and 2013. She competed for Arizona State University from 2000-2003 and after a successful freshman year, joined the U-23 U.S. National team.
Teri (Klement) Goldberg comes to Pac-12 Networks following a successful playing and coaching career at Colorado State University where she was inducted into CSU’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011. During her collegiate playing career, Goldberg led the Rams to back-to-back HCAC championships in 1989 and 1990 and set school records in both career and season batting average. She competed professionally in Europe from 1991-1995, went on to compete as an alternate on the 2000 U.S. Olympic Team and won four gold medals as a member of the USA Softball National Team from 1997-2003. Goldberg also brings eight years of broadcasting experience to Pac-12 Networks from her time as an analyst on Mountain West Conference softball game telecasts for The Mtn.
Thad Anderson is a play-by-play announcer for Pac-12 Networks who brings more than 20 years of play-by-play experience to multiple sports. With original roots in football, basketball and baseball, he also has extensive background in softball and volleyball. Anderson has covered all of the power five conferences across various networks, including the ESPN family, SEC Network, and CBS Sports Network. Along with a deep connection to higher education and campus life, Anderson brings a well-rounded perspective to his games with over 20 years as a coach and husband/father, more than 10 years as an executive producer for televised sports, and a couple of years as a singer/songwriter on ReverbNation.
Tom Feuer joins the Pac-12 Networks as a track and field analyst. He is a three-time Emmy award winner for production of the 2004 and 1988 Summer Olympic Games, in addition to the 1999 World Track and Field Championships. Throughout his career, garnered honors including the National Telly Award 22 times, and has produced 10 Olympic Games. He was most recently named Professor of Practice and Director of the Los Angeles Bureau of Cronkite Sports. Feuer has also worked for FOX Sports Net, MSNBC, Turner Sports, ESPN and Nike.
Tracey Bailey serves as a soccer analyst on Pac-12 Networks. She was a two-sport athlete at UCLA, competing in soccer and basketball. Her collegiate soccer accolades include three-time All Pac-10 selection, Pac-10 Player of the Year and All-American in 2000 and a Herman Trophy Award finalist, which recognizes the nation’s best women’s collegiate soccer player of the year. Coached by the legendary Jillian Ellis, she led her team to the Pac-10 Champion title and a second place finish in NCAA Championships. While a member of the basketball team, the Bruins won a Pac-10 Championship and reached the NCAA Elite Eight. She was drafted in the first women’s professional soccer league, the WUSA, and played two years for the Washington Freedom. She began her broadcasting career in 2002 and has called numerous basketball and soccer games for FOX Sports, FOX Soccer, Time Warner Cable Sports, CSTV and UCLA Bruins Radio.
Entering his third season with the Pac-12 Networks, Troy Clardy is a play-by-play announcer for various sports, from baseball and softball to soccer and lacrosse. Previously, Clardy called television play-by-play for University of Pittsburgh men's basketball, baseball, and softball. He also hosted Pitt football and men's basketball pregame and postgame television shows. Clardy has covered the Arena Football League for 15 seasons as a broadcaster and columnist, and called ESPN's national broadcasts of the AFL in 2015. He was the radio voice of the AFL's Pittsburgh Power for their inaugural season, sliding to television play-by-play the following year. Clardy worked as a producer and host at KNBR in San Francisco for eight years, at the ESPN Radio Network for four years, and as executive producer and a host at 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh for four years. He returned to San Francisco in 2014, worked as the primary host for Oakland A's radio pregame and postgame shows, and hosted his own evening sports talk show. Currently, he also anchors sports updates on KCBS radio in San Francisco. Clardy is a Stanford graduate who called Cardinal appearances at the Sun Bowl, Liberty Bowl, and College World Series for student station KZSU. After graduating, he hosted and produced Stanford pregame, postgame, and coaches radio shows for eight seasons on KNBR.
As a former USC football coach, collegiate student-athlete, media personality and storyteller, Yogi Roth brings a multi-dimensional resume to his role with Pac-12 Networks. Roth provides color on football telecasts and frequently appears in studios on pregame, halftime, and postgame shows. In addition to calling games, he is a producer and the voice of the Pac-12 Networks’ docu-series “The Drive”. Roth is also a consistent voice on all Pac-12 campuses speaking to various student groups each fall around the concept of storytelling.