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About Indiana Sports Radio Network


We are pleased to bring you some of the best radio personalities
who are teamed up with exciting new up-and-coming
sports announcers in central Indiana.

Keith Meyers, Sports Director
Keith Meyers
VP of Operations
      Keith Meyers is the Vice President of Operations of Indiana Sports Radio Network and has been an athletic director and coach for 20 years at local Christian schools. He is the founder of the Indiana Christian State Tournament and just finished as the Central Indiana Athletic Conference chairman. Keith's vision for Indiana SRN is to bring quality sports events as well as family friendly programming to the internet air waves. Keith has been happily married to Debbie for 11 years and has five grown children and eight grandchildren.

     Previously, Keith was the Morning Host and Station Manager of 91.3 THE WALK, Founded the Horizon Christian Sports Network, began the Indiana Christian State Tournament, is a former AD at Eastlawn Christian, North Eastwood Christian, and Horizon Christian Schools. Keith officiated college and high school football and basketball for many years.


     Shawn Crull has been with the team for nearly eight years and was the Sports Director at 91.3 The Walk. He teaches business classes at Fishers High School with Sports Marketing as his favorite class. He believes his passion for sports come through on his broadcasts and is thankful for the day he met Keith Meyers at the grocery store.


     Getting into broadcast sports radio is a dream come true for Shawn, who hopes that it may evolve into a full-time job sometime in the future. Shawn is married to Rebecca and has two sons, Brannon and Alex.

Shawn Crull
Shawn Crull
Sports Director



Connor Barthel
Connor Barthel
Sports Announcer

     Connor Barthel is a 2011 graduate of Cathedral High School where he played basketball, baseball, track & field, and football. After earning all-state honors as a senior in football, Connor went on to start for three years for the University of Indianapolis. Connor was an all-conference quarterback for three years and earned undergraduate degrees in Sports Management and Business Administration. He recently graduated with a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Indianapolis.

     Connor is excited about the opportunity to express his love for the game of football with Indiana Sports Radio Network.



      Charles Benberryjust graduated college from the University of Indianapolis this past May. He currently works for Fox 59/CBS4 as a production assistant. Charles has been a sports broadcaster since 2009 when he first started as a junior at Cathedral High School. Charles has been involved with radio since high school and television since his junior year of college. Charles hopes to one day be the play-by-play announcer for the Indiana Pacers or the Indianapolis Colts. You can follow him on social media: @swaggberry23

CJ Benberry
C J Benberry
Sports Announcer


Trevor Brooks
Trevor Brooks
Sports Announcer

     Trevor Brooks is 2010 graduate of Fishers High School and a former student of SRN's Sports Director -- Shawn Crull and played offensive line for the football team. Trevor is currently finishing a Sports Management degree at IUPUI that includes Business and Sports Marketing minors. He currently works for an event management company handling housing for travel sports tournaments all around the country that includes a summertime job around the 4th of July every year of setting off fireworks shows for Geist Reservoir and the city of Zionsville. Trevor is entering into his second year of coaching the football program at Holy Spirit at Geist that won the CYO city championship for 2015.

     Trevor is a diehard Cubs, Panthers, and Indiana Basketball fan. This will be his second year with Indiana SRN after doing statistics for all Westfield football games last year as well as all of the State championship games.



     Craig Collins began his sports broadcasting career in the fall of 2005 as the public address announcer for basketball, softball, and baseball at Cowan High School. Upon graduation Craig enrolled at Ball State and joined the campus radio station and hosted auto-racing shows and broadcast BSU football contests while filming and editing packages that aired on NewsLink, Ball State's student-run TV newscasts. Craig also interned at 1070 The Fan, ESPN Radio in Indianapolis and collected stats for 1070's high school football broadcasts. After graduating, Craig broadcast for the Class A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians and later was on the Video Production Crew for the Indianapolis Indians.

      Along with working for Indiana SRN, Collins is currently a producer for Indiana Sports Talk and the American Standard Football Review hosted by Bob Lovell. Collins also operates the board for local shows and ESPN national broadcasts. Craig is excited to join the Indiana SRN team and is looking forward to a fun and successful 2015-2016 campaign.

Craig Collins
Craig Collins
Sports Announcer



Tony Donohue
Tony Donohue
Sports Announcer

     Tony Donohue is an '07 graduate of Portage High School and an '09 graduate of Vincennes University. He was a journalism major and served as editor-in-chief of the school newspaper. Currently, he works at ESPN 1070 The Fan in downtown Indianapolis where he has broadcast for five years. You can catch him daily on The Ride with JMV.

     Tony has a passion for Indy Car Racing as well as basketball and has covered the sidelines for the IHSAA State Finals for both basketball and football. Tony has also covered the Indy 500, Super Bowl, Pacers and Colts games, as well as Butler and IU.



     Bill Ludlow has worked for HCSNradio.com and 91.3 the walk for the past nine years. He has spent more than 20 years as a firefighter for the City Of Lawrence before retiring in 2009. Bill also works for the Lawrence Township Schools as a security guard.

     Bill, and his wife Jackie, have been married 40 years and have three children and four grandchildren. He enjoys sports, traveling, and camping and attends Horizion Christian Fellowship. His favorite sport is football and he loves the Green Bay Packers along with being a big LA Dodger fan and a fan of the Indiana Pacers.

Bill Ludlow
Bill Ludlow
Sports Announcer



Steve McClure
Steve McClure
Sports Announcer

     Steve McClure brings a vast amount of sports media experience to our organization. A graduate of Ball State University with a degree in Radio-TV & Journalism, Steve began his career in radio in Rushville and continued with sports broadcasting play-by-play positions with stops in Florida and Ohio before returning to his native home in Indianapolis. He has held sports information directors positions at Youngstown State University, the University of Cincinnati and Barry University in Miami, Fla.

     Upon his return to Indiana, he has worked for the stats crew of the Indianapolis Colts since 1985 as press box announcer; Colts Spanish Radio Network producer; in addition to announcing basketball at the Pan American Games; the FINA World Championship; been a media volunteer of the Indianapolis Final Fours; public address announcer at the University of Indianapolis and Franklin College and is currently a sports correspondent and photographer for the Johnson County Daily Journal in Franklin. Follow Steve on Twitter: @srmcclure



     Daniel McMasters was born and raised in Delphi, Indiana, and has always been involved in sports in some way. I played soccer for 16 years through the high school level. He attended Indiana Wesleyan University and majored in media communications. Daniel has previous experience in broadcasting soccer, volleyball, and basketball, and is excited to be the color commentator for Harrison Raider athletics this year.

Daniel McMasters
Daniel McMasters
Sports Announcer


Ben Polizzi
Ben Polizzi
Sports Announcer

     Ben Polizzi is a 2009 graduate of Roncalli High School in Indianapolis where he played football, basketball, and ran track for the Rebels. After earning All-State honors as a senior running back, Ben played wide receiver and was named to the GLIAC All-Conference Academic team each of his three years at the U of Indianapolis. In 2012, he transferred to Marian University and played on the 2012 NAIA National Championship team. Ben was also named to the MFSA All-Conference Academic team in 2013 and 2014. He graduated from Marian University in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in graphic design.

     Ben now works at LIDS as a Creative Services Artist, helping to develop brand identities of high school, college, and professional franchises across the country. Ben's lifetime organized athletic experience unqiuely equips him to pursue his longtime love for sports media with IndianaSRN. You can follow Ben on Twitter: @BenPolizzi.



     Brandon Scott studied Telecommunications at Ball State University, where he was a member of Ball State Sports Link. He graduated from Lawrence North High School in 2006 where he wrestled and was a member of the team that won back-to-back team state championships in 2002-03 and 2003-04. Brandon is the Assistant Wrestling Coach at Riverside Junior High in Fishers.

Brandon Scott
Brandon Scott
Sports Announcer


Alec Stephens
Alec Stephens
Sports Announcer

     Alec Stephens is a graduate of Herron High School, Butler University ( B.S. Arts Administration Theatre), and IUPUI. While at Butler, Alec was inspired by the amazing environment and joy that sports can bring and decided to dedicate his life to the sports world. After completing his MA in Sports Journalism from IUPUI, it was obvious that he wanted to incorporate his theatre training into his work in sports by becoming a broadcaster.

     During his work at IUPUI, Alec produced several videos and photos, including a video celebrating the 1955 Flying Tigers of Crispus Attucks that was attended by members of the 1955 Attucks team, including Oscar Robertson. Alec also took photographs at the 2015 NCAA Men's Final Four in Indianapolis for the National Sports Journalism Center at Indiana University.

     Alec now works as a baseball coach for Pike High School while doing many other sports related jobs. Though he wears many hats, Alec knows broadcasting is where his true passion is and his unique background allows him to provide new and interesting perspectives for IndianaSRN. You can follow Alec on Twitter @AlecJStephens.



     Carl Stutsman is a 26-year-old radio veteran that has worked in multiple markets across Indiana and started his career in the Michiana area. His first role out of college was with 95.3 Michiana's News Channel (WTRC) in South Bend, where he worked his way up to Assistant Program Director. Carl also covered Notre Dame Football and other local sports for WAOR, formerly 95.7 The Fan. Most recently Carl spent time with WIBC in Indianapolis serving as an Anchor/Reporter for WIBC and Network Indiana News where he could be heard all around the state. He also co-hosted the 10 at 10 news program on WIBC.

     Carl and his wife have lived in Indianapolis for two years and welcomed their first child, a girl, in July of 2016. He is your typical Chicago sports fan---live by the Blackhawks, die by the Bears, and pray for the Cubs. Also as an Elkhart, IN native he is a graduate of Concord High School, and is a Notre Dame fanatic with little hope of recovery.

Carl Stutsman
Carl Stutsman
Sports Announcer


Thad Vandeventer
Thad Vandeventer
Sports Announcer
     Thad Vandevender is from Jasonville, IN in Greene County where he graduated from Shakamak High School. He attended Indiana University where he studied Sport Communications- Broadcast. Thad has tried to keep involved with sports as much as possible after graduation. He works at Lids Team Sports where they focus on team jersey, apparel, and equipment sales. He also is currently on staff for the Indiana Sports Talk radio show, the most listened to sports show in the history of the state of Indiana, and he is also a part-time producer for ESPN 1070-The Fan in Indianapolis and is the founder of www.IndySportsCrew.com to give him a medium to voice his opinions on the happenings in Indiana sports. He writes blogs, produces videos, and hosts a weekly podcast "Inside the Man Room."

     Thad has volunteered at numerous sporting events in Indianapolis including the 2009 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Midwest Regional, 2011 Big Ten Men's and Women's Basketball tournaments, and the 2011 Horizon League Tennis Championships. Thad has also done some broadcasting with Media Five Sports Production where he helped cover Greene County and South Knox High School basketball. Thad now lives in Greenwood with his wife Jessica and son Graham. You can follow Thad on Twitter  @thadvandeventer.


     Colin Watkins is starting his first season at Indiana SRN after recently completing a broadcasting course through Sportscasters Mentoring Group (SMG). Born and raised in Indianapolis, Colin grew up listening to Mark Boyle calling Pacer games. A few years after graduating high school in 2009, Colin started his broadcasting course and earned work as a board-op at local news station FM 93.1 WIBC and progressed into the role of daily producer of the 10 at 10 morning show.

     Colin loves sports and would like to have his own sports talk show one day; he currently pursues that dream with a weekly podcast: Co's Sports Show. Welcome aboard Colin!
Colin Watkins
Colin Watkins
Sports Announcer


Brent Young
Brent Young
Sports Announcer

      Brent Young is 25 years old and a recent graduate of Indiana University with a degree in Sports Communication with an emphasis on broadcasting. While at IU Brent ran a website called www.IUsportcom.com, and broadcasted different sporting events for www.IUHoosiers.com and for Big Ten Network Student U.

     Brent also had his own radio show on the student radio station WIUX that aired Sunday nights called the Weekend Wrap-up. Brent loves all sports and considers himself the biggest Cincinnati Bearcats sports fan and a food/restaurant buff after spending the past three years working as a waiter.





We are grateful to these former colleagues who are now furthering their broadcast careers with larger organizations.


     Scott Agness, born and raised a Hoosier, is a graduate of North Central High School and Indiana University. While a student at IU, he was actively involved in broadcasts on IUHoosiers.com, the IU Radio Network, the Big Ten Network's Student U Program, and WIUX. Agness also had a weekly radio sports talk show on WIUX. He got his start at North Central, where he called 156 games over three years, including the basketball state finals. He is just completing his first year as "the voice" of the Lady Sycamores at Indiana State Girls Basketball.

     Agness is the founder and editor of VigilantSports.com, his site that covers Indiana sports. If there is a big game going on in Central Indiana, the odds are pretty good that Agness is there. He spent the last two seasons working for Pacers.com as their beat reporter, responsible for the day-to-day coverage of the team. Follow him on Twitter, @ScottAgness.

Scott Agness
Scott Agness
Sports Announcer



Michael Estridge
Michael Estridge
Sports Announcer

     Michael Estridge is a 2010 graduate of Carmel High School and served as sports director of WHJE 91.3 his senior year. As a senior at Ball State University, Michael is studying telecommunications and journalism and is involved at the school's radio and television station talking about Cardinal sports. Last summer he interned at 1070 the Fan ESPN radio and assisted with the three main shows on the station.

     Michael recently took a great position as a sports announcer in South Dakota. Good Luck!






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