NCAA Tournament Announcers

Final Four — Saturday/Monday — Houston, TX — NRG Stadium

Clark Kellogg
Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Clark Kellogg & John Thompson (analysts)

Bill Walton (halftime/postgame analyst), Jim Gray (courtside reporter), Jason Horowitz (host)


First Four — Dayton, OH — University of Dayton Arena
Brandon Gaudin
Craig Way & Kevin Grevey


2nd/3rd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Des Moines, IA — Wells Fargo Arena

Brandon GaudinMike Montgomery
Brandon Gaudin & Mike Montgomery


2nd/3rd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Raleigh, NC — PNC Arena


John Sadak & John Thompson


2nd/3rd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Providence, RI — Dunkin’ Donuts Center

Donny Marshall
Scott Graham & Donny Marshall


2nd/3rd Round — Thursday/Saturday — Denver, CO — Pepsi Center

Jim Jackson
Kevin Kugler & Jim Jackson


2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Brooklyn, NY — Barclays Center

Chris Carrino
Chris Carrino & Kelly Tripucka


2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — St. Louis, MO — ScottTrade Center


Wayne Larrivee & Will Perdue


2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Oklahoma City, OK — Chesapeake Energy Arena

Tom McCarthyPJ Carlesimo
Tom McCarthy & P.J. Carlesimo


2nd/3rd Round — Friday/Sunday — Spokane, WA — Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena

Kevin CalabroDan Dickau
Kevin Calabro & Dan Dickau


South Regional — Thursday/Saturday — Louisville, KY — KFC Yum! Center

PJ Carlesimo
Ian Eagle & P.J. Carlesimo


West Regional — Thursday/Saturday — Anaheim, CA — Honda Center

Donny Marshall
Kevin Kugler & Donny Marshall


East Regional — Friday/Sunday — Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center

Tom McCarthy
Tom McCarthy & John Thompson


Midwest Regional — Friday/Sunday — Chicago, IL — United Center

Gary CohenJim Jackson
Gary Cohen & Jim Jackson


Studio Hosts

Brad Heller
Jason Horowitz (National) & Brad Heller (SiriusXM, streaming)


Division II Championship — Saturday, March 26th — Frisco, TX — Dr. Pepper Arena

Ted EmrichKyle Macy
Ted Emrich & Kyle Macy


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