Tiemann new U. of Montana women’s basketball voice

“Shawn Tiemann — Press Release — Shawn Tiemann has worked hard to earn a Division I play-by-play job. Now he’s landed one. An STAA member, Tiemann is the new voice of University of Montana women’s basketball.

Tiemann takes over the mic for Tom Stage, who announced last spring he was retiring after calling Lady Griz action for 25 seasons.

“I’m so grateful to have been chosen for this opportunity with the Lady Griz. It’s been a long-held dream of mine to serve as the regular voice of a Division I program, and to be able to do that for a tradition-rich women’s basketball program at such a prestigious university is highly rewarding,” said Tiemann.

“Todd Rahr, Riley Corcoran and the UM athletic department staff that I visited with made me feel like this was a place I needed to be. I have a big mic to fill with the departure of Tom Stage, but I’m so honored to follow up on what he built.

Grizzlies football and men’s basketball broadcaster Riley Corcoran was an STAA member when he took over that role in 2016.

Tiemann has been an STAA member since 2009 and has a robust play-by-play portfolio. He has called games for television and served as a talk-show host for various radio sports programs and college coaching shows.

He has been the play-by-play announcer for the Great Falls Voyagers of the Pioneer League (MLB Chicago White Sox) the last four seasons.

Additionally, he has been the voice of Rogers State University men’s and women’s basketball in Oklahoma and called college basketball for Oral Roberts, South Dakota State and John Brown.

Tiemann also has been color analyst for the NCAA Division II Heartland Conference basketball tournaments.

“We are thrilled to have Shawn join our broadcast team as the play-by-play announcer for the Lady Griz,” said Greg Sundberg, Montana Senior Associate AD for External Operations. “Shawn will bring a great deal of experience and excitement to the broadcast.”

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