Kevin Kugler is the play-by-play voice of Sunday Night Football on Westwood One. 2018 marks his sixth year in that role.
Kugler is also the lead play-by-play announcer for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and has called the Final Four for the network since 2008.
Kugler has been the voice of the College World Series since 2003, and has done play-by-play for numerous other sports for Westwood One, including the Masters and college football. He has also covered five consecutive Olympic Games for the network.
Kugler also does play-by-play events for the Big Ten Network and Fox Sports 1 and is a nine-time winner of the Nebraska Sportscaster of the Year Award.
OMAHA, NE – Vanderbilt are once again the champions of college baseball. The Commodores defeated Michigan 8-2 in Game 3 of the College World Series final on Wednesday night to capture a second title in six seasons.…Read More »
OMAHA, NE – Kumar Rocker struck out 11 as Vanderbilt defeated Michigan 4-1 to force a decisive third game in the 2019 College World Series final. Kevin Kugler and Scott Graham had the call on Westwood One. Game Three is set for Wednesday. Westwood One’s coverage will begin at 6:45pm…Read More »
OMAHA, NE – Michigan is a victory away from its first national championship in baseball since 1962 after defeating Vanderbilt 7-3 in the opening game of the best-of-three final series with a 7-4 win. Kevin Kugler and Scott Graham had the call on Westwood One. Game Two is set for…Read More »
AUGUSTA, GA – It was a record-setting day for scoring on Saturday at Augusta National. Three players carded 64s including, Tony Finau who is two shots off the lead of Francesco Molinari. In all, there were 20 rounds in the 60s, matching a tournament record set in 1995. Kevin Kugler and…Read More »
AUGUSTA, GA – Five players share the lead after Day 2 at Augusta National. Tiger Woods is one shot back of Brooks Koepka, Adam Scott, Louis Oosthuizen, Francesco Molinari and Jason Day. Kevin Kugler and Brian Katrek take you through the second round on a soggy day at the 2019 Masters.Read More »
AUGUSTA, GA – Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka are your leaders after the first 18 holes at the 2019 Masters. Both carded six-under 66s on a warm, sunny day at Augusta National. Kevin Kugler and Mark Carnevale take you through the opening round.Read More »