Blue Hens Radio

posted by Blue Hens Radio -

94.7 WDSD - BLUE HENS RADIO PARTNER

Blue Hens Football and Men's Basketball can be heard on 50,000-watt flagship station 94.7 WDSD-FM. Both sports receive comprehensive radio coverage on WDSD-FM for a 19th straight season in 2017-18.

Blue Hens Women's Basketball can be heard on Fox Sports 1290 AM (WWTX-Wilmington) and 1410 WDOV (WDOV-Dover).

All Blue Hens football and basketball games can be heard anywhere in the country through the iHeartRadio app available online and on any smart device.


BROADCAST TEAM

SCOTT KLATZKIN - VOICE OF THE BLUE HENS

Scott Klatzkin will serve in his sixth season as play-by-play “Voice of the Blue Hens” football and men’s basketball teams in 2017-18. 

A 2007 graduate of the University of Delaware, Klatzkin previously provided play-by-play for the Blue Hens while serving as Sports Director of student radio station as an undergraduate. He returned to work with Delaware in 2011 for Hens All-Access and continues to work with BlueHens.com as the host of football program, "Under the Lights” and basketball program, “Beyond the Arc.” He also serves as emcee to many Blue Hens events, including the annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. 

Klatzkin has three times won the Delaware Sportscaster of the Year Award presented by the National Sports Media Association. He joins former Blue Hens play-by-play broadcasters, Bob Kelley, Bill Phieffer and Mike Corey as the only radio broadcasters to win the award three or more times since it was first handed out in 1959.

The Newark, Delaware native has provided play-by-play for television broadcasts, as well, on networks that include ESPN3, Comcast SportsNet and The Comcast Network. Klatzkin also serves as host of the annual CAA Football Media Day Live program in Baltimore, MD.

In addition to his gameday duties, he can also be heard as host of the weekly “Blue Hens Football Coach’s Show” from Klondike Kate’s Restaurant during football season and co-host of the bi-weekly “Blue Hens Basketball Coaches Show” throughout basketball season.

EDDIE CONTI - COLOR ANALYST

Former Blue Hen Football All-American Eddie Conti Joins Radio Broadcast Team

Eddie Conti, one of the all-time great wide receivers and kick returners in UD history who set 43 school, conference, and NCAA records and was inducted into the UD Athletics Hall of Fame in 2012, will join the 94.7 WDSD-FM and iHeartRadio broadcast team for Delaware football broadcasts beginning week six and will serve as color commentator. 

Conti, who currently serves as community liaison for PIVOT Physical Therapy in Delaware, enjoyed a spectacular career for the Blue Hens in 1994-98 and helped lead the Blue Hens to three NCAA Tournament appearances under head coach Tubby Raymond. He was a consensus All-American in 1998, played in the Blue-Gray All-Star Game, earned NFL tryout with the Jets and Patriots, and played two seasons with the Barcelona Dragons in NFL Europe.

As a senior in 1998 he caught 91 passes for an NCAA-record 1,712 yards. He also competed for the UD track & field team and earned his degree in physical education studies from Delaware in 2002.


PROGRAMMING

BLUE HENS GAMEDAY - Coverage of Delaware football games begin one hour prior to kick-off with the “Blue Hens Gameday” pre-game show. Scott Klatzkin, Matt Janus and the broadcast team get you ready for kickoff, live from outside of Delaware Stadium at all home games and from the visiting booth while on the road. This in depth pre-game coverage features an interview with head coach Danny Rocco, plus previews, special guests, analysis, keys to the game, and much more. Plus, an on field sideline report to set the scene just before the Hens run out of the tunnel. It all leads up to kick-off on 94.7 WDSD-FM!

BLUE HENS BASKETBALL GAMEDAY - Coverage of Delaware men’s and women’s games begin 30-minutes hour prior to tip-off with the “Blue Hens Gameday” pre-game show. Live from the court, our broadcast teams prepare you for Hens hoops action through previews, keys to the game, and exclusive pre-game interviews with each head coach.

GAME BROADCAST - Whether you’re driving through Delaware, tuned in online or tailgating anywhere across the country, enjoy the excitement of Blue Hens play-by-play broadcasts. Our team of Scott Klatzkin and Matt Janus provide hometown coverage on our state-wide radio station, 94.7 WDSD-FM, nation-wide coverage on iHeartRadio, or follow along on the network’s digital platforms: WDSD.com and BlueHens.com. Know everything that's happening on the field, receive the latest team and individual stats, hear key updates from the sidelines, plus get up to the minute scores from games around the CAA and the country.

BLUE HENS POST-GAME SHOW - Shorten your drive home with the Blue Hens Post-Game Show presented by American Spirit Federal Credit Union. Immediately following each game, our team provides continued coverage for Delaware fans. Hear reactions with exclusive post-game live interviews from the head coach and our Player of the Game. Listen back to the highlights from the game, recap each contest and receive all the stats, scores and analysis. The Blue Hens Post-Game Show follows each Delaware game broadcast.

BLUE HENS FOOTBALL COACH’S SHOW - Presented by First State Orthopaedics live from Klondike Kate’s - Every Wednesday night during football season from 7pm-8pm, join head coach Danny Rocco and “Voice of the Blue Hens,” Scott Klatzkin in the Dawson Room upstairs at Klondike Kate’s Restaurant and Saloon on Main Street in Newark. The hour-long program gives fans a chance to interact with coach and Blue Hens football players each week, while enjoying a meal and interacting with other Delaware football fans! A special “Legend’s Night” episode airs once each season (September 27, 2017), welcoming former Blue Hen football greats back to the show.The 2017 Coach’s Show with Danny Rocco will debut on Wednesday, August 30th and will continue each week on Wednesdays, as scheduled. Join us in person, or tune into 94.7 WDSD-FM or iHeartRadio.

Comments

title

Content Goes Here

This ad will close in X seconds.