Keaton Gillogly setting down roots at Montana State

After eight years of spending his time between Lansing, MI and Modesto, CA, Keaton Gillogly is setting down roots in one place: Bozeman, MT. Gillogly is the new voice of Montana State University football and basketball.

“I’m thrilled to join MSU Athletics at this moment in Bobcats history,” he said in a press release. “Taking on the role as Voice of the Cats is a responsibility I’m excited for and do not take lightly.”

Gillogly follows fellow STAA member Zach Mackey in Bozeman. Mackey is now at Virginia Tech.

Gillogly has been the voice of Michigan State University women’s basketball since 2012. Two years after accepting that position to fill his winters, Gillogly took over Modesto Nuts (Class-A) broadcasts to fill his summers.

His resume also includes baseball for the Kane County Cougars, Lansing Lugnuts, Gary SouthShore RailCats and Green Bay Bullfrogs. Among Gillogly’s TV credits are the Big Ten Network and the Horizon League Network.

Gillogly is a Chicago native and a 2011 graduate of Valparaiso University. He joined STAA in 2012 at the suggestion of Adam Seidel, who was then a broadcaster for the Missouri Valley Conference.

Gillogly is the sixth STAA member to accepted a DI play-by-play job this off-season. They are:

  • John Fitzgerald, Illinois State
  • Keaton Gillogly, Montana State
  • Blake Olson, Northern Colorado
  • JW Cox, Northern Iowa
  • Zach Mackey, Virginia Tech
  • Brad Klein, Western Kentucky
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