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Nathan Strauss
Radio and TV Play-By-Play Broadcaster

About Me

Thanks for stopping by my website! 

I work for my alma mater, the University of Massachusetts, serving as a radio and TV play-by-play voice and sideline reporter across a variety of sports including men's and women's basketball, hockey, and football. 

Previously, I worked in minor league baseball as a number one with the Augusta GreenJackets and as as the Broadcast and Media Assistant with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.


Across this website, you can find examples of my play-by-play work, and also samples of my media relations and social media portfolio. 

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"Nathan is an extremely well prepared and knowledgeable broadcaster. He is also a rare find in the US because he truly understands the tactics of the game and can articulate the intricacies of what’s going on in a match. The time he put into learning about our program and players so that he could provide the most entertaining broadcast was something I truly appreciated and his passion comes through in his commentary every time he’s on air for us and all the other UMass teams he has covered.”

Jason Dowiak,
Head Coach,
UMass Women's Soccer

"Nate isn't just an extremely talented broadcaster, he's a dedicated reporter, interviewer, and storyteller. He goes above and beyond to learn the finer details of each team he covers, which makes each of his broadcasts informative and entertaining. On top of that, his proficiency with social media, graphic design, video editing, and even the Spanish language make him an incredible asset to any broadcast team. With his impressive work ethic, versatility, and willingness to take on new challenges, Nate is well on his way to a promising career."

Tyler Murray, Voice of the Worcester Red Sox

"Nathan is a tremendously talented broadcaster and a rising star in the industry. He began covering our team as a sophomore, paying out of pocket to travel and give UMass Women's Hoops the same coverage that the men's team got. His passion and effort to tell stories is what made him such a good fit for our team. His senior year, we asked him to travel with us, and he ended up being being the voice behind our program's biggest ever moments. Whoever ends up with Nathan as their broadcaster will be getting someone who knows the game, but who really values making the big and small moments count."

Tory Verdi, Head Coach,
Pitt WBB (Formerly of UMass WBB)

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