And while he’s always working to improve and deliver the best of his favorite national broadcasters like Dan Shulman and Ian Eagle, Wengert is “a lot himself,” Robertson said – right down to the natural timbre of his voice. , something that most broadcasters need to develop. .
“[That’s] probably what makes him good, ”Robertson added of Wengert’s ability to stay real on the shows.
In addition to his on-air duties, Wengert also directs several interns and students who are behind the streams and other content for the Lynchburg Hornets Sports Network.
In addition, Wengert and LHSN staff members also produce video content for social media, post-game interviews, a weekly recap of events between the teams and a monthly ‘Top Plays’ segment, as well as two podcasts. focused on current and former athletes and coaches.
Wengert also said he will be doing online radio shows over the next two weeks when UL teams are on the road, so fans can tune in to the Hornets and commentary when home video broadcasts aren’t. not available.
“Says a lot about him,” Robertson said of Wengert’s desire to add work to his already long list of responsibilities.
A few months later, athletic director Jon Waters said Wengert had done a good job learning how the department aims to center the experience and history of student-athletes. With the help of graduate assistant Sam Rice, Wengert has “done a tremendous job in laying a really good foundation for the year,” Waters added.