(October 26, 2012) Adam Seidel has achieved a career coup for a young sports broadcaster – a play-by-play position with a Division I school. An STAA client, Seidel has been named the radio voice of Montana State University women’s basketball.
Seidel will also be the sideline reporter for Bobcats football, beginning immediately.
“Not only does it include women’s hoops play-by-play and football sidelines, but the schedule of the FCS football playoffs is highly likely to make it necessary for me to fill in on a couple of men’s hoops games as well,” says Seidel. “I’m extremely excited to get started.”
Seidel learned of the opportunity during a conversation with STAA CEO Jon Chelesnik.
“Obviously pursuing this position is something that started in a conversation between the two of us nearly four months ago, and it’s very gratifying to have it finally come to fruition. I’m very grateful of the help you gave me along the way!”
“I had known of the opening for sometime, but they didn’t want to do a national search because their preference was to hire someone regional, if not local,” says Chelesnik. “When Adam called me about something else, it occurred to me he is regional.”
Seidel is the Director of Broadcasting and Communications and sales associate for the Great Falls Voyagers Baseball Club. The Voyagers are the short-season Class-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. Seidel is a 2011 graduate of Northwestern University.
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