Gary Cohen is a play-by-play announcer for NCAA Basketball and the NCAA Tournament on the Westwood One Radio Network.
A native of Queens, New York, Cohen has spent a quarter century with the New York Mets organization and is currently the television voice of the team on SNY. Prior to joining SNY, Cohen was a member of the Mets’ WFAN Radio team for 17 years.
In addition to his work with the Mets, Cohen has been the radio voice for Seton Hall University since 2003 and served in the same capacity for St. John’s University basketball from from 1995-2002. Cohen also called Olympic hockey for CBS Radio (now Westwood One Sports) in 1992, 1994 and 1998.
A graduate of Columbia University, Cohen lives in Connecticut with his wife, Lynn, their children Trevor, Kira, Jess, Jaclyn and Zach and their dogs Wryly, Cubby and Angie.
Gary Cohen's Posts
ALBANY, NY – For the third straight year and fifth time in the past seven, Iona is heading to the NCAA Tournament. The Gaels topped Fairfield 83-71 on Monday night to capture the MAAC title. Gary Cohen… Read More »
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Luke Maye’s jumper with .3 seconds left on the clock gave top-seeded North Carolina a 75-73 win over second-seeded Kentucky in the South Regional Final on Sunday evening. With the win, North Carolina has secured a Final Four appearance for the second consecutive season. Maye finished with a… Read More »
MEMPHIS, TN – De’Aaron Fox set a new record for a freshman in the NCAA Tournament with 39 points in Kentucky’s Sweet 16 victory against UCLA, but he’d prefer to not do that every night. He knows for his Wildcats to advance to the Final Four, they’ll have to play… Read More »
MEMPHIS, TN – In a regional final for the ages, national powerhouses UNC and Kentucky will meet for a spot in the Final Four. With Roy Williams and John Calipari at the helm for the Tar Heels and Wildcats, respectively, you can be sure both teams will be prepared. The… Read More »
MEMPHIS, TN – North Carolina is no stranger to the Final Four, and they’ve already met Kentucky once before this season. But that doesn’t mean Justin Jackson is taking any of it for granted. Jackson has focused last offseason on becoming a better shooter to help his team, and it’s… Read More »
MEMPHIS, TN – De’Aaron Fox scored 39 points – an individual high in this year’s tournament – as Kentucky defeated UCLA 86-75 to advance to the Elite Eight. The victory sets up a rematch of a game earlier this season, when Kentucky defeated North Carolina 103-100 in Las Vegas. Gary… Read More »
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Top-seeded North Carolina shot 54 percent from the floor and buried 8-of-17 3-pointers in the first half to shoot its way past No. 4-seed Butler, 92-80, in regional final action from Memphis. Joel Barry scored 26 points and Justin Jackson had 24 to pace the Tar Heels… Read More »
MEMPHIS, TN – With rumors and speculation about the future of Steve Alford buzzing around this week, the UCLA head coach is doing his best to ignore all of the distractions and instead focus on his third-seeded Bruins’ challenge at-hand: a huge Sweet Sixteen matchup with second-seeded Kentucky. Above everything else, Alford… Read More »