Jevin Redman named Voice of the Evansville Aces

(May 31, 2018) STAA’s Jevin Redman has been named the new Voice of the University of Evansville Aces. He is a native of Mt. Vernon, Indiana.

“I am beyond thrilled to be named the voice of the University of Evansville,” Redman said. “Growing up in the Tri-State area, Aces Basketball has always been the talk of the town and I am excited to now be a small part of it.

“I take great pride in being the voice of UE on their first ever multi-station radio network with Learfield Sports and can’t wait to relay the excitement over the airways to Evansville’s passionate fan base,” he added.

Redman joins the Purple Aces after working at Western Kentucky University as the radio play-by-play broadcaster for Lady Toppers Basketball. He also hosted the weekly coaches radio show. In that time, Redman also worked for UE’s ESPN3 broadcast team doing basketball, baseball and softball.

His experience spans a wide range of sports in the area as he spent the 2017 season working for the Louisville Bats. His tenure with the Cincinnati Reds Triple-A affiliate included work as their play-by-play announcer as well as working with media relations and in-game social media. He also worked on the GLVC Sports Network doing TV for the 2017 basketball tournament.

In 2016, Redman worked with the Evansville Otters as the Director of Broadcasting and radio voice. He has also done work for 14 WFIE in Evansville.

Redman’s career began in his college days at the University of Southern Indiana. Between 2013 and 2017, he did radio for the Screaming Eagles baseball team as well as their men’s and women’s basketball squads while serving as the Sports Director at WSWI.

He graduated from USI with a BS in Marketing and Radio/Television. A two-time Top 20 finisher in STAA’s annual All-America program, Redman was named the Best Play-by-Play Broadcaster in Indiana by the Indiana Broadcasters Association in 2016 while garnering the Broadcast Education Association Best Collegiate Play-by-Play Broadcaster in the nation award in 2015.

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