KCR broadcasts SDSU baseball

KCR College Radio, the student-run radio station at San Diego State University, is slated to broadcast five SDSU baseball games in the next five weeks at Tony Gwynn Stadium, continuing their sports broadcasting endeavors after live-broadcasting SDSU men’s club hockey this past fall.

In the first broadcast of the season on February 22nd during the game against West Virginia, KCR broke a listener record, according to KCR General Manager Matthew Anderson.

Since that broadcast, KCR has done three other broadcasts, including one this past Sunday, where another KCR listener record was broken

The broadcasts can be heard on KCR’s website, kcr.sdsu.edu. They can also be listened via Cox channel 956, TimeWarner channel 957, channel 81-16 in the dorms at San Diego State or with the TuneIn Radio app under “KCR College Radio.”

The station, which is using broadcast teams of six people per game out of a group of 15 people to broadcast these games, is giving participants a taste of real-world broadcasting experience while still maintaining an easygoing culture.

“If you want a perfect mixture of professional experience and a lot of fun with great friends, look no further than KCR sports broadcasting, ” KCR Sports Director Matthew Bain said.

KCR’s sports broadcasts are also streamed through the speakers at Pizza Boss and University Towers Kitchen.

Here’s a lineup of the games that KCR will be broadcasting, tune in!

April 15th vs UC Riverside, 6 p.m. Jack Haworth, Rudy Muñoz and Liz Alper with the call.
April 22th vs Cal State Northridge, 6 p.m. Jack Haworth, Rudy Muñoz and Matt Mazzoni with the call.
April 26th vs San José State, 6 p.m. Patrick Carr and Brett Moore with the call.
April 27th vs San José State, 1 p.m. Matthew Bain and Matt D’Ambrosi with the call.
May 10th vs University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 6 p.m. Patrick Carr, Brett Moore and Kristian Ibarra with the call.

Patrick Carr

Aspiring sportswriter, but will let my opinion flow on the blog and on the airwaves. Currently a Junior majoring in Journalism, from the lush green part of California. Call in to the studio and guess where I'm from, receive goodies.