Joe is a senior from Rockville, M.D., studying journalism in the College of Communication. Joe is the Co-Director for WTBU Sports. He is also involved with BUTV10 and the COM Ambassador program. On top of hockey, Joe writes about a handful of pro sports topics and also calls play-by-play and color commentary for BU athletic events. Joe is a big Washington, D.C. sports fan and runs his own DC sports blog called The Wildcard. He is patiently waiting for Alex Ovechkin to pass Wayne Gretzky for the all-time NHL goal scoring record. Follow Joe on Twitter @JoePoho.
Co-Director and Social Media & Graphics Editor
Hannah is a senior from Orange County, California majoring in public relations and minoring in business administration. Around WTBU Sports, Hannah has edited the basketball and softball beats, taken game photos, created graphics, and hosted an NBA podcast. Outside of the station, she has taken part in the USGA P.J. Boatwright Internship Program for Mass Golf and interned for the Orleans Firebirds, Arroyo Seco Saints and California Collegiate League. She hopes to pursue a career in communications and digital media after graduation. Hannah originally developed her love for sports after swimming competitively and playing water polo growing up, and she now enjoys riding her bike, going to the beach and rooting for her favorite teams, the Dodgers, Lakers, Rams and USC Trojans.
Owen Gund is a senior in the Boston University College of Communication, majoring in journalism. He grew up in Massachusetts, and it has been a lifelong dream of his to do play-by-play professionally. He currently provides play-by-play and color commentary for BU athletics events and also calls games for Tufts University. He writes weekly articles for WTBU’s hockey beat and has a weekly column predicting NFL games. Owen frequently weighs in on the NFL and NHL on the weekly WTBU sports radio show. Outside of WTBU, Owen produces the official podcasts of Hockey East, ECAC Hockey, Atlantic Hockey, and College Hockey America. When he is not writing or broadcasting, Owen is fervently cheering on the San Jose Sharks and praying that they will soon capture their first-ever Stanley Cup title.
Cameron is a junior in the College of Communication who will manage the Fall 2022 Soccer beat. He covered men’s soccer last year.
Field Hockey Editor
Stevie is a sophomore in the College of Communication who will manage the Fall 2022 Field Hockey beat. She worked as an ice hockey reporter last year.
Joe is a junior in the College of Communication and College of Arts and Sciences at Boston University. He previously served as the Spring 2022 Lacrosse Editor and worked on the men’s and women’s basketball beat.
James is a journalism major at Boston University’s College of Communication, Class of 2025. He does color and play-by-play commentary for WTBU men’s and women’s hockey broadcasts. He also writes for the Boston Hockey Blog of the Daily Free Press. Growing up in Concord, Massachusetts, James is a huge Boston sports fan and went to BU hockey games growing up. Follow James on Twitter @JamesGarrison27.
Jeremy is a freshman journalism major in the College of Communication at Boston University. Growing up in Taunton, Massachusetts, he immediately became a huge fan of all the Boston sports teams. Jeremy stays involved in WTBU Sports as a co-host for the Redshirts podcast and broadcasting soccer and basketball games. He also works at Agganis Arena as a videographer for the BU hockey games. When not being engulfed in watching or playing sports, Jeremy enjoys hanging out with friends and going on walks. Follow Jeremy on Twitter @Jeremy_9157.
Brendan is a freshman from West Bloomfield, Michigan double-majoring in journalism and advertising at the College of Communications. He has dreamed of working as a beat writer for a pro sports team or a baseball/basketball broadcaster. He co-hosts a podcast called Redshirts about everything sports, broadcasts soccer and basketball games, and has attempted basketball photography. Since Brendan lives an hour outside of Detroit, he is a diehard Detroit sports fan and when not reminiscing on prime Barry Sanders or Calvin Johnson, you’ll find him claiming that “Cade will turn the Pistons around” or that “next year” will be the Lions’ year. Outside of sports, Brendan likes to go on hikes, run, longboard, and find new albums to listen to. You can follow him on Twitter @bnords03.