The Rage Introduces On Air Talent
(Evansville, Ind. March 20, 2012) - The Evansville Rage can be heard on two radio stations this year, ESPN 106.7 and WBTO 102.3. These stations will broadcast all home and away games. All games will feature Jared Revlett with play by play and Chris Cooke adding additional commentary.
Rage GM Eddie Cronin on Chris and Jared; "We are glad to have Chris and Jared, they bring experience and expertise to a side of the business that most teams aren't lucky to have. He continues, "I love that the fans can listen to our games no matter where they are located. A lot of our guys come from out of state so it is nice that their families can listen to every game over the internet. They will be traveling with us and we are excited that they are a part of our team!"
Jared Revlett has been broadcasting since high school at Davies County in Owensboro, KY and made his NCAA debut as a sideline reporter on the football field at Hanover College and continued to call the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Tournament semifinals and finals, Hydroplane races and NASCAR events in 2011. Set to graduate from Hanover College in May, Jared looks to continue to grow as a broadcaster and put his experience in media to good use as the Director of Media & Public Relations for the Rage. Â
Chris Cooke started his broadcasting career while at Wabash College as a member of 91.3 WNDY. Over the past few seasons of High School Football and Basketball, he has announced at local games for 1540 AM WBNL, and during the 2011 High School Football season, he made several guest appearances on 102.3 FM WBTO, ESPN Radio 106.7 FM WYFX, and 91.5 FM WUEV.Â Cooke was a part of the 1993 undefeated City, SIAC, and Sectional Champions from Harrison High School and at the conclusion of the 1993 season, he was honored as the first ever recipient of the Don Watson Memorial Scholarship.
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