Sean was born in Evanston, Illinois in 1967 and grew up in a small farm town about 15 miles south of the Wisconsin border. He attended an all-boys Catholic Military Academy in Aurora Illinois, and joined the Illinois Army national Guard in 1984 (infantry). Sean started college at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, but left early to attend and graduate from Broadcast Center in St. Louis in 1993.
Sean worked several small town radio jobs as a DJ/Sportscaster in southern Illinois, and moved to Denver in 1997. He has worked various jobs since moving to Denver, before getting a job at the Comcast Media Center in Centennial in 2006. His current job title at Comcast is "Live Sports Operator". He has worked as master control for NBA,MLB, NHL, MSL, and various other college and pro sports leagues.
Sean helped launch the Versus channel (now NBC Sports) which included taking the Tour de France feeds from satellite and taking it to air. His current clients are the NHL Network, and Comcast
Sports Southeast, a regional sports network out of Atlanta.
Last summer, Sean was asked to announce the Colorado High School Cycling League race series. Being an avid mountain biker since 1999, it was a no-brainer to take the role and combine his love of mountain biking with his passion for announcing. Sean also announced the recent Bailey Hundo.
Related show links:
Colorado High School Cycling League - http://www.coloradomtb.org/
National Interscholastic Cycling Association - http://www.nationalmtb.org/
Bailey Hundo - http://www.bailey100.com/