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Broadcast Crew

For the 10th consecutive season, the Tigers Radio Network has assembled a broadcast team that will bring you all of the action from high atop the 50-yard line for every varsity game. Dave DiPasqua, Steve Reynolds, Eric DiPentima and Larry O’Connor will serve as the voices of the Marple Newtown Tigers during each broadcast in 2017:

2013 Tigers Radio Network on-air team (L to R) Steve Reynolds-Color Commentator, Greg Pecko-Play-by-Play Announcer, and Dave DiPasqua-On air Contributor and Statistician

David DiPasqua, Jr. – Play-by-Play Announcer

Dave enters his fifth season in 2017 as a member of the Tigers Radio Network broadcast team.

A 2011 graduate of Marple Newtown High School, Dave is currently a graduate assistant in West Chester University’s sports information department.

He’s pursuing a master’s degree in Public Administration with certifications in Administration, Sports Management, and Athletics.

Since 2013, Dave has been a TRN contributor by being responsible for keeping track of the team’s statistics each broadcast and served as the Sideline Reporter in 2014. Additionally, he has provided digital media content.

Dave received his first opportunity for Play-by-Play during the TRN’s last home broadcast against Chichester on November 7, 2014. He was promoted to the position in 2015.

Furthermore, Dave has provided insight on other broadcasts for West Chester University’s football team. He has contributed as the color commentator on WCHE 1520 AM and play-by-play analyst for the Sports Fan Base Network. Lastly, he has interned for Marc Zumoff’s broadcasting company at Zumoff Productions, LLC.

Dave is a 2015 graduate of West Chester University with bachelor’s degrees in English and Communication Studies.

Steve Reynolds – Color Commentator / Analyst
A 2009 graduate of Marple Newtown High School, Steve will enter his 6th season in 2017 as a member of the Tigers Radio Network broadcast team.

At MN, under the tutelage of Coach Gionta and his brother, defensive line coach Nick Reynolds (MN ’97), Steve excelled as a two-way starter at center and defensive end. During his playing career, Steve recorded 6 sacks, 11.5 tackles for loss, 9 QB hurries, a fumble recovery, an interception and 66 tackles. Steve was named as a captain during his senior season and later that year earned the Outstanding Lineman and Most Dedicated Player Awards as well as the Brian Peoples Memorial Scholarship. In May of 2009, Steve played in the Delaware County Hero Bowl.

Steve is not only responsible for providing detailed analysis for each game but he also assists in engineering every broadcast.

Steve is a 2014 graduate of West Chester University.

Eric DiPentima – Sideline Reporter
Eric enters his third season in 2017 as a member of the Tigers Radio Network broadcast crew. Eric will be responsible for giving detailed analysis from the sidelines during each broadcast.

Eric is a 2012 graduate of Holy Family University and is currently a graduate student working on his masters in elementary education from Holy Family. Eric has been a contributor to the Holy Family University Men’s and Women’s basketball program as the clock operator since 2009.

Also, Eric was the voice of the George Washington Eagles High school football team for the 2014 season as the public address announcer. Eric resides in Northeast section of Philadelphia with his family.

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(L to R) Jim Allsman, Bob Herpen, Erik Kelling, Josh Starr, Dave DiPasqua, Eric DiPentima, Steve Reynolds & Larry O’Connor

Greg Pecko – Digital Content Contributor
Greg was an original member of the Tigers Radio Network broadcast team during their inaugural season in 2008 and served as the Color Commentator along side Play-by-Play Announcer Bob Herpen. Since 2009, Greg has been a TRN contributor as a guest analyst and served as the Halftime Show Host and Color Analyst in 2010.

When the TRN broadcasted its first road game on November, 5, 2010 from Prevost Field at Radnor High School, Greg was the Play-by-Play Announcer. This was his first time at the helm for the TRN and was later promoted to the Play-by-Play spot in 2011.

Greg originally came to the Marple Newtown football broadcast team from Comradio, a student run internet radio station at the Pennsylvania State University in State College, PA. Pecko was one of four original creators of That Sports Show, which consisted of basic sports talk and analysis of both collegiate and professional sports that was heard on Comradio.

Additionally, Greg provided play-by-play for Comradio for Penn State University’s baseball team; he collaborated on sound production for commercials, sound clips, show intros, bumper music and helped handle pre-show decisions on what topics to discuss. Greg is a graduate of Ridley High School and the Pennsylvania State University.

Samuel Snyderman – Community Outreach Director
Sam, a 2007 graduate of Marple Newtown High School, returns to the booth after a short hiatus. While at MN, Sam was active with helping in special needs classes in addition to being a two-sport scholar-athlete – football and baseball. After working for eight years after high school, Sam returned to school last year and will graduate from CCP in 2018 with a degree in Politics. Sam will then attend Temple University to major in history and will graduate in 2020.

For several years Sam has been a critical member of the TRN staff who has engineered and produced as well as performed spotting and statistical duties. This season Sam returns as Community Outreach Director primarily engaging with sponsors. On game day, Sam will assist with spotting and statistical duties. 

Residing in Old City Philadelphia, Sam lives with his girlfriend Margot and their three dogs Bo, Regan and Scout. 

Jim Allsman – Executive Producer
Jim Allsman, the voice of the Tigers, enters his 13th season as an aide to the football program. Allsman oversess the team’s statistical duties, as well as serving as the public address announcer at all Tiger’s home games. Additionally, Jim founded and serves as the Executive Producer of the Tigers Radio Network. The TRN provides play-by-play coverage of all Marple Newtown home football games live via the internet and through a podcast distribution.

Jim Allsman-Public Address Announcer

Before coming back to his alma mater in 2005, Jim started as a video assistant for the Jenkintown
Drakes High School football program in 2000. In 2002, Allsman was a staff assistant for
the Red Raiders of Coatesville High School.

Currently, Jim also lends his voice to the men’s and women’s basketball teams at Holy Family University and various sporting events at the University of Pennsylvania.

A graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and Marple Newtown High School, Jim resides in Havertown, PA.

Experience
Marple Newtown High School
2005-Present, Statistician / Public Address Announcer / Executive Producer (Tigers Radio Network)

Coatesville Area High School
2002-2004, Staff Assistant

Jenkintown High School
2000, Video Assistant

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