In The Game - Episode 604

Video posted May 5, 2017 in Sports, In The Game by In The Game

In this episode of In The Game we meet the Mens Hockey Team equipment manager, introduce you to some fresh faces in figure skating and much more.

About the Contributors

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Brian Wistreich

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

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Brandon DaCamara

Senior / Telecommunications

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Kathleen Ritter

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Kathleen Ritter is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism with a sports concentration through the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism with an English minor. Throughout her time at Penn State she has freelanced with the Big Ten Network and interned with BTN Student U Live Productions. She currently work in strategic communications in Penn State Athletic Communications and serve as the primary media contact for women’s tennis.

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Jeanmarie Winger

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Jeanmarie is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism with a sports concentration through the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism. During her time at Penn State, she has interned with the Penn State Athletics in their Creative Services department and is involved with 46 LIVE and AWSM. Jeanmarie hopes to pursue a career in sports broadcasting after graduation.

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Barry Greb

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Born in Costa Rica and moved to Arizona, Florida, and now have lived most of my life in Perkaise, Pennsylvania.  I love sports, in fact the only TV I watch is Sportscenter, my favorite sports include, Soccer, Football, and Hockey.

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D'mon Reynolds

Senior / Broadcast-Journalism

D’mon is currently a senior, majoring in broadcast-journalism with a minor in African-American studies. He is passionate about sports journalism. He is currently apart of the John Curley Center where he is working on various areas of journalism, such as writing, broadcasting, and producing sports. While also joining the Curley Center, he was selected for a show called “In-The Game” where he Anchors and produces content for episodes.

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KellyPetrie

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

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Kaitlyn Kaminski

Sophomore / Broadcast Journalism

Kaitlyn Kaminski is currently a sophomore majoring in broadcast journalism. She also plans on obtaining a sports journalism certificate through the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism. Kaminski is in the process of completing her fourth internship and currently serves as a manager and creative director for the Penn State Men’s Volleyball team. This summer she looks forward to interning with the NHL.

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George Stockburger

Senior / Journalism

George is currently a student at The Pennsylvania State University studying Broadcast Journalism. He was accepted into the Curley Center for Sports Journalism, and is an active member in the College of Communications radio station.

During his time at Penn State, George covered college football, the NFL, college hockey, and college baseball.

In 2016, George provided play-by-play and color analysis for multiple Penn State sports, including football, mens hockey, and womens hockey for ComRadio.
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George currently works for Fansided Inc. as an editor/expert for “NFL Mocks” covering the NFL, College Football, and NFL Draft. He holds the same title for Fansided’s Philadelphia Phillies site “That Ball’s Outta Here.” Throughout the 2016 football season, George published two weekly columns for Fansided.com.

Previously, he interned for Scout Media, Inc. during the summer of 2016 in Seattle, Washington, where he wrote columns, produced videos, and covered The Opening Football camp at the Nike World Headquarters.

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Lauren Holly

Senior / Brodcast Journalism

Lauren Holly is a senior at The Pennsylvania State University. She is a broadcast journalism major minoring in business. Lauren hopes to work as an news/sports reporter or anchor. Lauren has experience with past internships with both broadcasting and video production so she can fully understand what it takes to run a news room. Some of these internships include local radio stations, Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics: Video Production, and the B1G Ten Network. Lauren is a reporter for the Centre County Report, winner of two national college Emmys.

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Michael Marcantonini

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Michael Marcantonini is a senior broadcast journalism major and entrepreneurship minor from Blue Bell, PA. He is the Sports Director of The LION 90.7 FM student radio station, where he also works as a play-by-play broadcaster and sports talk radio host. Marcantonini previously interned at Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, and was an MLB Featured Writer for thesportsquotient.com for over two years. Marcantonini’s dream is to be a play-by-play broadcaster for a Major League Baseball team. You can reach him via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and follow him on Twitter @MIKEdUpSports.

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Mike D'Avella

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Mike D’Avella is a senior from West Chester, Pa., majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in business. He is a sports director, producer, play-by-play voice, talk show personality and beat writer on the sports side of CommRadio. Mike is also a member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism. He has completed internships with the Philadelphia Phillies in the summers of 2014 and 2015, MLB.com Advanced Media in the spring of 2016, the State College Spikes Minor League baseball production department in the summer of 2016 and Interscope Records in Santa Monica, California. He is also the drummer in a State College based Alternative Rock band called “The New Feel” who has performed at venues such as the Bryce Jordan Center. Mike plans to pursue a career in sports media or the entertainment industry in the hopes of becoming a producer or radio personality for a sports or music station. You can reach him via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and follow him on Twitter @_mikedavella.

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DanielCorrea

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Daniel Correa majors in broadcast journalism and minors in English in the College of Communications at Penn State University.  He interned for the New York Giants as a sports beat writer over the summer of 2016. He is a former live sports production intern at WPSU-TV during Fall 2015 semester. He is a former sports production intern at State College’s ESPN Radio 1450AM (Spring 2015). He has two concurrent sports beat writing internships with The Centre County Gazette and Instant Sports Access, a national and digital sports writing internship that entails submitting weekly and autonomous sports releases/articles to the main site, instantsportsaccess.com. He aspires to get into the field of play-by-play broadcasting for Major League Baseball, primarily for the YES Network and FOX 5 Sports. He has digital knowledge of software systems such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Hindenberg, QuickTime Player 7, Microsoft Excel/Word and Adobe Photoshop. He is involved with ComRadio. He has co-hosted a previous sports talk show, The Empire State Boys, breaking down and covering everything New York sports, while incorporating Penn State sports headlines and national sports news. He also co-hosted New York Sports Live, a sports talk show highlighting and covering exclusively New York Sports topics. He is Director of Decisions for PSSN, Penn State Sports Night, which is one of the several shows that air on PSNtv.