Hockey Night in State College

Every Wednesday at 8 p.m., join Jeremy Schooler, Chris Hess and Nathan Pullen as they discuss the latest stories, games and news from the across the hockey world, including NCAA hockey and the NHL. Stay tuned until the end of each episode, as listeners can call in to answer weekly trivia questions and test their knowledge of the fastest sport on ice!

Hosts

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Christopher Hess

Junior / Broadcast Journalism

Hailing from Long Island, Christopher has experience in public address announcing alongside broadcasting volleyball, baseball, and softball. Chris has been featured on Daylate Tailgate, Comradio’s Sunday College Football recap show, and on a number of podcasts. Chris also writes a number of articles during football and hockey season. Chris is also a co-host on “The B1G Hockey Show” and “Hockey Night in State College.” Chris is interested in either play-by-play or public address announcing for a college or professional sports team alongside being a sports radio personality. To contact Chris, email him @christopherhess22@gmail.com

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Nathan Pullen

Freshman / Journalism

I am from Fauquier County, VA, about forty minutes west of DC. I am currently deciding between a broadcast or print journalism major but I know that I want to do something based around sports, preferably hockey, a sport which I played for 10 years before coming to Penn State.

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Jeremy Schooler

Junior / Journalism

Jeremy Schooler is an aspiring sports analyst and broadcaster who also has a passion for written journalism. A native of Bethesda, MD, he has been involved with CommRadio for three semesters, has done play-by-play and analysis of Penn State softball and baseball, and plans to expand his repertoire in 2019-2020 with coverage of Nittany Lions’ hockey, soccer and basketball. Jeremy has completed summer internships in the communications and journalism fields for companies such as AIPAC and The Israel Project, and he hopes to earn an academic certificate from PSU’s John Curley Center for Sports Journalism.

Airs Next

Wednesday, December 11

8:00PM - 9:00PM