Six years of bringing sound, credibility, and passion into the broadcast booth.
Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana
Alma Mater: Indiana University
Sam Neidermann is a 22-year old sports broadcaster from Indianapolis, Indiana. His six-year broadcasting adventure calling some of the country's premier amateur sports has explored the Hoosier State, back roads of the US southeast, and Cape Cod.
Neidermann is the former voice of Indiana University Softball and the Cape League's Cotuit Kettleers. In 2019, he described Cotuit's championship season and called the Cape League All-Star Game on NPR-affiliate, WCAI.
For two years, Sam called high school sports as a part of the 46-year old radio tradition at Alexander Broadcasting in historic Selma, Alabama. At age 19, he worked with hall of fame play-by-player Eli Gold, anchoring studio intermission coverage for the Birmingham Bulls in their return to pro hockey in 2017-2018.
A yogi, avid Cracker Barrel fan (with visits to over 30 different locations), and proud Hoosier, Sam graduated with a B.A. in Media from Indiana University.