Hey my name is Anthony Carragher, I’m the host of behind the barricade and goal line stand. I’m a huge Yankees and Giants fan as well as professional wrestling. I feel in love with radio after I joined a club in college, after that i knew this was something i love to do. I hosted a sports show called Unsportsmanlike Conduct for WQKE for 4 years and it became one of the best shows my college station had! I love being able to interact with all our listeners! They are the heart and soul of the station.
Hello I’m Rodney B Harris, co-host of Goal Line Stand And Behind The Barricade on Sportsonthego1.com. Also play by play/ color commentator for i95sportnetwork.com I Currently calls games for St. John’s University men’s and woman’s basketball. Also currently the play by play voice for the WABA’s (Woman’s American Basketball Association) Long Island Storm. I am a lover of sports, and was blessed with the gift of communication. Radio means the world to me. Sharing my voice with the world is exactly, what I am born to do.
I am a New York native and I grew up in Sayville, Long Island. I am an avid Sports fan and love watching the Yankees, Giants, Knicks and Islanders. I played baseball, football, and wrestled, in high school and I am very much into golf now. I studied marketing and communications at the University of Pittsburgh, and I am branding and marketing expert. I came on to Sports On The Go 1 as the Chief Marketing Officer to help bring brand awareness to the show. It was an exciting opportunity for me to get back to my roots in Long Island and work in the world of sports which is my biggest passion outside of my two amazing children. I am here at Sports On The Go 1 for the long haul.
The man behind the mic, a Long Island native who’s fun is talking about sports with fellow fans & listeners. A dream turning into reality on Sports On The Go1.
Nothing has prepared me more to do sports talk radio then my degree in Musical Theater, oh and I’ve been watching sports since Jesus was a boy. Yankees, Giants, Knicks, Arsenal so unlike Craig I only suffer from winning, if you take the Knicks out of it.
Danny Radical wears a few hats at SportsOnTheGo1. He’s an occasional on air talent and mercurial blog writer. When not in character, he helps with the complicated behinds the scenes work of the administrative team to make sure that the hosts can have their shows run smoothly.
Host of, “The Home Stretch,” Monday-Friday 8:00-10:00 PM. A Suffolk County Community College and Connecticut School of Broadcasting graduate who lives and breathes sports. Grew up on the North Shore of Long Island. Mike was a writer/reporter for aXcess Baseball on Long Island covering local high school and college baseball. He is also the former NBA Draft Lead Writer for OTG Basketball. A die hard New York Yankees, Dallas Cowboys, and Cleveland Cavaliers fan. Was the given the name, “Beef Patty,” by Errol Marks shortly after joining the network.
I’ve been a Long Island kid my entire life thru thick and thin. I’ve been a sports fanatic since I can remember following sports and playing sports such as baseball, soccer, football and basketball.. Been a Knick, Giant, Yankee and Carolina basketball fan since my childhood. I take being fans of these organizations to a new level that would not be able to be explained especially Carolina 😉 My path to this studio started with me working at Stony Brook University Athletics and being a great personality as an EmCee for a prestigious entertainment company for 10 years. A friend of mine who also works for Sports On The Go told me to call in and show them my knowledge of all sports and before you know it I was asked to be on further shows and here I am.. Glad to be here on Long Island’s own sports radio network.
As a Jets, Mets, Nets and Islanders fan, craig has experienced many championship games, but very few championships. Regardless of how mediocre his teams are, he’ll always bleed green and white or blue and orange. I graduated from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting Westbury Campus in 2012 where he met his Polar pposite Matt Stevens and a friendship as well as a podcast was born one yearlater. After graduating from CSB-Westbury, I received an internship with CBS Sports Radio which eventually led to a position as an Audio Editor as well as a call screener. Many of the highlights I edited appeared on hourly news updates and Craig has edited daily CBS Sports Minutes for boomer Esiason, Brandon Tierney and John Feinstein. Craig moved on from CBS Sports Radio to focus more time on making the Polar Opposites Sports Show successful. We’ve been heard on many different patforms from podbean.com to iTunes, but feel we’ve finally found a home on Sports on the Go 1 radio.
Gerald Filardi has ignited youth football on Long Island in a major way. He is the Founder of the Long Island Spartans, and leading proponent to raise the level of football in the region. He is a frequent speaker at local and national events, and sits on the board of numerous football organizations. Filardi was one of Penn State’s all-time leading tacklers, played in the NCAA National Championship, and later played for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Born and raised in Glen Cove, New York. A die-hard Jets, Mets, Islanders, Nets, Ronda Rousey, Notre Dame Football, Syracuse Basketball, and a WWE Fanatic. I’ve played football, lacrosse, and wrestled for 16 years. I am currently a student at LIU Post. I work in our on-campus radio station 88.1 FM WCWP where I am the play-by-play and color commentator for the football and lacrosse teams and the co-host of two different sports shows at LIU Post. I have a strong passion for sports radio and look forward to growing with Sportsonthego1.
Benjamin Carey is the torchbearer for youth football in Long Island. You would be hard pressed to find an organization or event he is not involved with. His exhaustive efforts to raise the level of football in the region and increase opportunities for young football players has created an exciting new movement. Carey’s programs model all the right principles, organizational policies, and safety practices, and have received many awards. In 2013 Carey’s NPYFC was chosen to film an NFL USA Football Television Commercial that aired during the Super Bowl.
Adult by day, unreasonably passionate sports fan by night. I bleed Rangers blue and wear Pinstripe socks to work. Baruch College graduate out here trying to show that it’s never too late to chase a dream. I’m a Content Writer for SOTG1, and you can also catch me as an occasional guest on one of the many great shows that we have. Interacting with readers/listeners is what gives bloggers and radio hosts like us life; so check out the writing, stay for the live content, and let us know what you think. P.S.- Kirk Cousins will be a top 5 QB this year. Don’t @ me. Just kidding: @RealJoeSouza
I’ve been around sports my entire life. Whether as an avid fan in the seats or a competitor on the field, I knew one way or another I wanted my career to revolve around sports. As a young boy, I used to turn commentary off on all sports video games just to call the game myself. I pursued my degree in media and communications as Adelphi University and SUNY College at Old Westbury, i also played on the NCAA baseball team at both schools. At Old Westbury I am the sports director at OWWR (Old Westbury Web Radio.) where my responsibilities range from writing scripts, producing segment and promos, and doing play by play and color commentary for sporting events.
I joined Sports on the Go Radio this past July as an intern for the Asman and Budick Show and look forward to giving my spin and opinion on everything in sports.
I’m from a small town in Long Island. Growing up I was a very competitive and very into sports. I followed teams like the Yankees, Jets, Knicks and the Islanders. I always had a love for sports and my whole life I had dreams to become a professional athlete. This was however short lived due to a knee injury. After many years of trying to figure out of what I wanted to do with my career, I found my true passion for radio. After college, I took part in a mentoringship at CBS Sports Radio where I also had the opportunity to help produce with my mentor Dan Schwartzman host of “Going Deep” on NBC Sports Radio.
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