Chris has been covering sports in the Capital Region since 2010 and joins 104.5 The Team in addition to his work as a sports anchor/reporter at Newschannel 13. A native of Glen Rock, NJ, Chris studied broadcast journalism at Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communications. His childhood love of the Atlanta Braves and Green Bay Packers lives on today, but basketball is his sport of choice to play and has always been going back to the days in the driveway.
Zach Bye: NFL Free Agency & an Impassioned Message for His Alma Mater
Always with eyes and ears on the Capital Region sports scene, Zach reflected on another successful season for his alma mater, Saint Rose and delivered an impassioned message to the Golden Knights' administration.
Syracuse’s ‘First Four’ Primer w/Mike Waters
Is this the same type of team though that surprised the field before bowing out to North Carolina? Mike Waters from Syracuse.com and the Post-Standard helps us break down the matchup with Arizona State
La Salle Institute Lax Has a Familiar Face as its New Head Coach
Shane Hendry won a sectional championship as a lacrosse player at La Salle and now the 2006 graduate will try to bring the Cadets back to those heights as the program's new head coach.
Jay Bilas & Jimmy Patsos Team Up to Break Down the Bracket
Find out who both Jay and Jimmy like in the Final Four, the National Championship and what lower seeds have the ability to surprise some people in the next 48+ hours.
Syracuse is In, What Does Jim Boeheim Think of the Matchup?
Syracuse celebrated its selection into the NCAA Tournament like a team that knew it was on the most-fragile of bubbles. And its head coach was right in the middle of it all. Even after 42 seasons.
NCAA Tournament Guide: Matchups, Networks, Times, Broadcast Teams
All you need to know for watching the most exciting stretch of college basketball. All of the matchups, game times, where to find them and who's calling the games.
Hockey Community Rallies Around RPI Assistant Coach
As RPI assistant coach Nolan Graham recovers from serious injuries at Albany Medical Center's ICU, the hockey community is rallying around the former Engineers' player and his family.
NewsChannel 13 Undergoes Studio Facelift (more pictures here)
This is an exciting time at NewsChannel 13 as the top station in the market works to improve the viewing experience. On Saturday morning, the renovation of WNYT's studio started with a new set expected to be in place for the start of May sweeps.
I Still Miss the Old Big East
I know all of that is in the past and we shouldn't cry because it's over, but instead smile because it happened and all that blah blah blah, but I still miss the old Big East. Don't you?
Is Tonight a ‘Win & You’re In’ for Syracuse?
As I’m riding the train to New York City, I’m finding ways to believe Syracuse just might get the win it needs tonight to bolster its resume ahead of Selection Sunday. Did you see them play last night? Granted it was against Wake Forest, but Jim Boeheim’s team looked impressive …
College Hoops, Yanks-Sox Rivalry & Golden Statues
On the verge of being part of The Oscars: All-Access again, Adnan Virk joined Big Board Sports to break down this year's nominees for the golden statue and he weighs in on the state of college basketball and the rivalry between the Yankees and Red Sox which is heating up again:
NCAA Dilemma in Light of FBI Investigation & Big Dance Favorites
When it comes to holding the NCAA and its coaches and players accountable, don't expect ESPN college basketball analyst Dan Dakich to pull any punches. The former Indiana star and head coach doesn't do it for ratings. He doesn't do it simply to be polarizing.