Mike Corey began his broadcasting career while at the University of Massachusetts, working on the studio radio station as Sports Director and broadcasting football, basketball and lacrosse on WMUA in Amherst, MA from 1995-1999. He also broadcast select games for the UMass Sports Radio Network during his tenure there as well.
After Graduation, Corey was hired to be the Play-by-play voice for Delaware Blue Hen football and basketball, and is now in his 11th season calling the action.
In the summer of 2008, Corey called the Play-by-play for over 20 men's and women's Field Hockey matches for the Olympics for NBC. He also did play-by-play for 4 women's basketball games for the Network's coverage from their Olympic Headquarters at 30 Rock in NYC.
In February of 2006, he was the Play-by-play voice for Speed Skating on Westwood Radio at the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy. Later he did Play-by-play on TV for NFL Europe on the NFL Network in 2007 and 2006.
Corey has also done Play-by-play for NCAA college basketball on ESPN Regional, Comcast Sportsnet, The Comcast Network, Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, and the New England Sports Network.
He has also been the Play-by-play voice for Comcast Network's College Lacrosse coverage over the past two Springs. Corey is a fill-in Sports Anchor for Delaware's WHYY-TV 12 and is a frequent MC at Univeristy of Delaware Athletic events and banquets, and for Special Olympics Delaware.
Corey was named the 2005 and 2003 Delaware Sportscaster of the Year by the National Association of Sportscasters and Sportswriters. He is also a four time winner of Best Presentation and Sports Play-by-play by the Delaware Press Association.
GLENN FRAZER Year: 4th Season Hometown: Middletown, DE College: Delaware 76’ Phone: (302) 563-0429 Email: email@example.com
A Delaware native, Glenn graduated from MiddletownHigh School and The University of Delaware (Class of '76) with a BA in Communication. He began his broadcast career as a member of the news staff at 1600 WKEN in Dover as a reporter and the Sports Director. During his tenure there, the station was awarded the Associated Press' "Outstanding Sports Operation" for the Chesapeake Region in 1979, and received the same award for local news in 1980. Glenn has been the "Play-by-Play" announcer for over 325 high school football games and over 100 high school basketball games on several radio stations in KentCounty.
Glenn enters his 4th season with the broadcast crew, 2nd as color analyst. Affectionally known as "Fraz" by the crew, his most memorable Blue Hen games are the 1974 come-back win over McNeeseState - a game he attended with his father, and the 2007 win over Navy.
Glenn was named the "2008 Sportscaster of the Year" for the State of Delaware by the National Association of Sportscasters and Sportswriters and was given the award in early May at the annual banquet in Salisbury, NC.
COLIN COULAHAN Year: 4th Season Hometown: Hockessin, DE College: Wilmington University 09' Phone: (302) 563-9959 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Colin first entered the broadcast industry at the age of 14 while he was a freshman at Thomas McKean High School. He started out as a Disc Jockey for the school’s radio station, 88.1 FM WMHS, and quickly rose to the top of the class. Colin hosted two shows everyday, doing the morning and afternoon drive shifts. He also ran the board for the stations very first remote broadcast and for the first play-by-play broadcasts for McKean’s basketball and football games.
For a small part of his freshman year Colin was the Executive Producer for McKean’s morning television show, which was broadcasted over the school on a closed circuit system. He was also a frequent guest on 1450 WILM’s student journalist night, which was a roundtable discussion with students from all over the state.
During his second semester at Delaware Tech he joined TOM-FM as an intern. After working with the promotions department, he was enlisted to the UD Football broadcast team as a Production Assistant for the 2006 season. After the football team ended their season Colin joined the station as an employee, running the board for the UD Basketball games and the Wilmington Blue Rocks broadcasts. This season will be his fourth year on the Blue Hens Broadcast team.Colin is currently a broadcast journalism student at Wilmington University.