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Nathan Strauss
Radio and TV Play-By-Play Announcer and Journalist

About Me

I am a play-by-play broadcaster with a passion for providing engaging and authentic on-air content. In the last year, I called over 30 MILB games for the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Toronto Blue Jays affiliate). As Co-Director of WMUA Sports, University of Massachusetts Student Radio, I have called over 100 games in 12 states. Since 2019, I have also worked as the lead student broadcaster for UMass Women’s Basketball and Men’s and Women’s Soccer on ESPN+, and called games for NESN.

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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, VP of Marketing and Communications and the Voice of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats

"Nathan gives every broadcast, position, and project the same detail-oriented effort.  He is passionate about what he is doing and that level of care can be seen no matter what sport he is working in any capacity.  Nathan is the model of consistency and you always know the product you will get when he is on the job."

Nick McGahan, Videographer/Editor,
Green Bay Packers