ABOUT US

Allison BortsThe PAC Sports Network began broadcasting in Fall 2011, designed to showcase athletics in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. Over the years we have streamed numerous live championship events in the PAC, including men’s & women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, baseball and softball. In the the spring of 2015 and 2016, PACSN also streamed the NCAA D-III Baseball Mideast Regional held at Washington & Jefferson’s Ross Memorial Field.

The focal point of our broadcast coverage is the PAC Basketball Game of the Week, a weekly live stream featuring both men’s and women’s action.  Along with game action, we also produce packaged interviews with players and coaches that air at halftime.  For post-game coverage, we also interview the star player from each game that is presented on our Player of the Game page of the website.

To supplement our broadcasts, we have the PAC Sports Network blog for fans to view between our live stream of games.  The blog page contains articles and feature stories on PAC athletes, coaches and seasonal events.

The PAC Sports Network is proud to partner with the Presidents’ Athletic Conference and is excited to bring continued coverage to fans in the future.

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Owner, Award-Winning Broadcaster

Randy Gore - Wild Things Photo (2)Randy Gore is the owner and a play-by-play announcer for the PAC Sports Network. Gore started the company in the fall of 2011 and has seen the network continue to grow under his leadership.

In addition to his work with the PAC Sports Network, Gore is also “The Voice” of Saint Vincent Bearcats football and basketball and “The Voice” of the North Allegheny Tigers, covering a bevy of different high school sporting events. Gore has also spent 11 seasons as the primary broadcaster for the Washington Wild Things minor league club where he was a two-time Frontier League Broadcaster of the Year and winner of the Frontier League’s Commissioner’s Award of Excellence. Gore is an accomplished newsman, winning 12 Associated Press awards at WJPA Radio in Washington.  Of his 12 AP awards, eight have placed first in various news and sports categories.

Other voices you’ll hear on the network include Nate Regotti and Dave Floyd.  Regotti recently served as “The Voice” of the Pennsylvania Rebellion Professional Fast-Pitch Softball Team in Washington, PA and is a broadcaster for high school sports broadcasts in the Pittsburgh and Washington area. Patrick McKay is PACSN’s producer and handles all the behind the scenes and technical aspects of the broadcast. Justin Zackal is an award-winning journalist and composes articles for the PACSN blog page.

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General questions? Email us at info@pacstream.net.

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