NCAA Tournament Announcers

Final Four — Saturday April 6th/Monday April 8th– Minneapolis, MN

Clark Kellogg
Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Clark Kellogg & John Thompson (analysts)

Bill Walton (halftime/postgame analyst), Jim Gray (courtside reporter), Jason Horowitz (host)

First Four — Tuesday/Wednesday — Dayton, OH

Ted Emrich & Austin Croshere

1st/2nd Round Sites — Thursday/Saturday

Hartford: Scott Graham & Donny Marshall

Jacksonville: Tom McCarthy & Jon Crispin

Des Moines: Kevin Kugler & Robbie Hummel

Salt Lake City: John Sadak & Dan Dickau

1st/2nd Round Sites — Friday/Sunday

Columbia: Brandon Gaudin & John Thompson

Columbus: Craig Way & Will Perdue

Tulsa: Ryan Radtke & P.J. Carlesimo

San Jose: Chris Carrino & Mike Montgomery

Sweet 16/Elite 8 — Thursday/Saturday

South Regional – Louisville – Brandon Gaudin & Will Perdue

West Regional – Anaheim – Ryan Radtke & Jim Jackson

Sweet 16/Elite 8 — Friday/Sunday

East Regional – Washington, D.C. – Kevin Kugler & John Thompson

Midwest Regional – Kansas City – Scott Graham & P.J. Carlesimo

Studio Hosts

Jason Horowitz (National) & Brad Heller (SiriusXM, streaming)

Division II Championship — Saturday, March 30th — Evansville, IN

Ted Emrich & Dan Dickau

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