College Sports: Ahlfeld returns to Clarkson Hockey Broadcast Booth | College Sports

MASSENA — Clarkson University hockey fan Bob Earlfeld’s radio-familiar voice is back behind the B99.3FM microphone to provide a live broadcast of Clarkson Golden Knights action this season.

Afeld, a graduate of Massena, said: “Mike Vaillancourt is a great broadcaster and has become a close friend. I have big shoes to maintain the quality of the broadcasts he has provided over the last few years.”

Having the second longest tenure on Clarkson Hockey’s broadcast after the legendary Con Elliott, Earlfeld has been a fan favorite on the air route for nearly 20 years. He announced the first game of Green and Gold on October 18, 1996 and never missed calling Clarkson’s game in his outstanding career.

“I’m excited about Bob’s coverage of WSNN’s Clarkson Hockey,” said Scott Smalling, Clarkson athletic director. “For 19 years as Clarkson Hockey’s voice, Bob did a tremendous job covering the Golden Knights.

He has a complete knowledge of the program and has a good understanding of Clarkson Hockey’s history, especially for this 100th anniversary season. “

Starting with Clarkson’s 7-4 victory over Ohio in Columbus, Earlfeld was behind Mike in the 729 Golden Knights men’s game until the 2014-15 season.

He also announced a number of Clarkson women’s games during the first 12 years of the program, including the victory of Knights’ 2014 NCAA Championship Game in Minnesota.

Ahlfeld, who won the 1999 ECAC Media Recognition Award and is famous for broadcasting booths throughout Division I Hockey, has participated in five Clarkson NCAA tournaments (1997, 1998, 1999, 2007, 2008) and five ECACs. Called action at the Hockey Tournament Championship. The game (1997, 1998, 1999, 2004, 2007). He also emphasized the play of eight Clarkson All-Americans.

After graduating from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1991, he began covering Clarkson Hockey during the 1993 ECAC Championship season on local television until 1995.

All men’s games, home and away, can be heard on B99.3 FM and on a hockey schedule[今すぐ聞く]You can click the tab to stream.

Clarkson Hockey’s ESPN + home game broadcast also includes a B99.3 broadcast feed. The family of stations, including B99.3 and 101.1, will also cover some of this season’s Clarkson Women’s Games, which will tentatively begin with the home opener for Sacred Heart on September 24th and 25th.

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