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Sam Neidermann

Sam Neidermann currently calls college football and college basketball for Westwood One. He debuted on Westwood's airwaves for the 2021 college football season and is in his second season calling games for America's leader in live radio play-by-play. Some of Sam's best Westwood assignments include Tennessee vs. Alabama in 2022, Michigan vs. Ohio State in 2021, and Sweet 16 & Elite 8 games at the 2022 NCAA Women's basketball tournament. 

In 2022, Sam made his ESPN college football debut calling select games on ESPN+, including the first two rounds of the Division I FCS Playoffs. 

Since January 2021, Neidermann has called play-by-play for multiple sports at Stony Brook University in New York. He is the voice of Stony Brook women's basketball on SNY and also serves as the voice of Stony Brook's historic baseball program.

 

In June 2022, Sam directed and produced Thirteen Hundred Miles to Omaha, a documentary about Stony Brook's 2012 College World Series baseball team. The project featured interviews with current and former major leaguers Travis Jankowski, Joe Nathan, and Doug Glanville. 

As a student at Indiana University, Neidermann spent two seasons as the voice of Indiana University softball. In addition, he called IU hoops, football, and soccer on student radio and BTN+.

Neidermann spent two summers with the Cape Cod Baseball League as the voice of the Cotuit Kettleers. In 2019, he described Cotuit's championship season and called the Cape League All-Star Game. 

For two years as a student at the University of Alabama, Sam called high school sports on local, family-owned radio in historic Selma, Alabama. At age 19, he worked with hall of fame play-by-player Eli Gold, serving as a studio anchor for Birmingham Bulls hockey broadcasts on News Radio 960 WERC. 

Sam first hit the air in December 2014 at Fishers High School (Ind.) on the Fishers Sports Network, a streaming network he helped launch with close friends and supportive faculty. 

A proud Hoosier, Sam graduated from Indiana University. 

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