John Sadak makes the move from college football to Sunday NFL broadcasts for Westwood One in 2015. Sadak spent three seasons calling college games for the network from 2012 – 2014, and also serves as a play-by-play announcer for NCAA basketball.
The 2013 national Broadcaster of the Year per Ballpark Digest also serves as the radio and TV play-by-play voice of the New York Yankees’ Triple-A baseball team in Scranton, Pennsylvania and calls a variety of sports on national television for CBS Sports Network.
The New York City native’s announcing background includes college football, men’s basketball and other sports on TV for the ESPN and FOX families of networks along with multiple Final Fours and national championships of various Division I sports for the NCAA. The two-time Delaware Sportscaster of the Year according to the National Sportscasters & Sportswriters Association has called college soccer, baseball, softball, ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, volleyball and water polo.
A graduate of Rowan University, Sadak’s work has been honored by the Delaware Press Association, Philadelphia Press Association, New Jersey Associated Press Broadcasters Association, Communicator Awards, Society of Professional Journalists and College Broadcasters Incorporated. He was an inaugural member of the WGLS-FM Hall of Fame at his alma mater.
John Sadak's Posts
DALLAS, TX – Mississippi State may have won the game of the tournament when they knocked off Connecticut in overtime in the semifinals, but even a win like that doesn’t guarantee the fairy tale ending. The Bulldogs… Read More »
DALLAS, TX – For the first time ever, the SEC will crown a Women’s National Champion that is not the Tennessee Volunteers, as conference rivals–top-seeded South Carolina and second-seeded Mississippi State–will square off for the third and final time this season. The Gamecocks won the first two contests between the pair–which included… Read More »
DALLAS, TX – It’s been 111 games since the UConn women’s basketball team lost, and if you want to be technical, they actually made it 111 games and four quarters. But in overtime, Mississippi State’s Morgan William hit a floater at the buzzer to knock off the powerhouse Huskies 66-64… Read More »
DALLAS, TX – The South Carolina women beat their men’s squad in advancing to the school’s first NCAA basketball national championship game by beating Stanford 62-53. Allisha Gray scored 18 points to lead the way for the Gamecocks, who will face the winner of UConn-Mississippi State in the championship game… Read More »
DALLAS, TX – UCONN has not lost a game since November 17th,… 2014. Coming into Dallas as the perennial favorite–seeking an unprecedented fifth-straight and twelfth-overall national championship–Geno Auriemma’s Huskies will have a huge target on their back. Getting through the Women’s Final Four gauntlet won’t be an easy task, as three… Read More »
DALLAS, TX – Dawn Staley took South Carolina to a Final Four two years ago, where the Gamecocks missed out on advancing to the national championship game by the slimmest of margins. This season, though, she has her team focused and prepared for any potential late-game situation in which the… Read More »
DALLAS, TX – Before the season started, the 2016-’17 campaign looked like it would be a rebuilding effort for defending champion Connecticut. But if there ever was any doubt that UConn does not rebuild, but instead “reloads,” Geno Auriemma’s Huskies completely erased it, as they come into the Women’s Final… Read More »
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – Behind 28 points from Napheesa Collier, and 25 points from Gabby Williams, top-seeded UConn defeated 10th-seeded Oregon 90-52 on Monday night in the Bridgeport Regional Final of the NCAA Tournament. With the win the Huskies reach the Final Four for the 10th consecutive year, and stay unbeaten… Read More »