Gary Cohen

Gary Cohen

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.

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Chicago Preview: Syracuse faces Virginia for Final Four berth

27 March 2016 Comments are off for this post.
CHICAGO, IL – As the lone double-digit seed left in the tournament, it’s tempting to call Syracuse a Cinderella team, but that wouldn’t give credit to the type of program Jim Boeheim has built over the years. Standing in the way of the Orange will be a fellow ACC foe…
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Sweet Sixteen Highlights: Scrappy Syracuse makes clutch plays late to eke out win over ‘Zags

26 March 2016 Comments are off for this post.
CHICAGO, IL – Despite getting out-played most of the game, tenth-seeded Syracuse somehow managed to hang around and eventually make a enough clutch plays down the stretch to outlast eleventh-seeded Gonzaga 63-60. Michael Gbinije led the Orange with twenety points, while Trevor Cooney chipped-in fifteen of his own. The Bulldogs were paced by…
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Chicago Preview: UVa, Iowa St., ‘Cuse and Zags in Midwest Regional Semis

25 March 2016 Comments are off for this post.
CHICAGO – Top-seeded Virginia meets No. 4-seed Iowa State in the opening game of Friday’s regional semis in Chicago, tipping off at 7:15 p.m. Judging by tournament seeds, the Cavaliers and Cyclones belong in the Sweet Sixteen. The nightcap, though, features No. 11-seed Gonzaga against No. 10-seed Syracuse, two clubs…
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