Montesano returning to Northwoods League

Scott Montesano(May 21, 2013) Scott Montesano is returning to a league with which he is very familiar. An STAA client since 2007, Montesano will be spending the summer broadcasting baseball for the Waterloo Bucks of the Northwoods League.

Montesano was the Director of Broadcasting for the NWL’s Eau Claire Express from November of 2005 through April of 2010.

“I’m very excited to be returning to the Northwoods League and to be joining one of the league’s foundation franchises in the Waterloo Bucks,” said Montesano. “Riverfront Stadium was always one of my favorite ballparks to visit and it will be great to call it my home office. I look forward to becoming a part of the team and creating memories this summer.”

Montesano recently finished up his fourth season as the Director of Communications & Radio Broadcaster for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League. Originally from Utica, New York, Montesano graduated from Marist College. Montesano has a wealth of broadcasting experience in both baseball and minor league hockey with positions in Maine, North Dakota, Vermont, and Wisconsin.

“The Bucks are happy to bring Scott into the fold as the Bucks new radio announcer,” said Bucks general manager Dan Corbin. “I remember Scott as being one of the hardest working announcers in the NWL when he was with Eau Claire and really respected his work. With Opening Day just a couple of weeks away, we look forward to Scott bringing Bucks baseball over the airwaves this summer.”

Scott, his wife Angela, and son Derek reside in Urbandale, Iowa.

“This new job gets me back to baseball while allowing me to continue my hockey position with the Des Moines Buccaneers. Thankfully both employers are happy with this and (more so) my wife and son have green lighted the project. Its the best of both worlds.”

(Visit Scott’s STAA Talent Page).

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