Nate Adams is Townsquare Media's production coordinator, which means he works with advertisers to create the ads you hear on the radio and see online. Nate also is very knowledgeable about sports and keeps our sports news updated and helps out with our high school games and reporting. When he's not working announcing high school sports, Western Michigan University Bronco hockey, Kalamazoo FC soccer and Kalamazoo Growlers games, Nate spends time with wife, Samantha, and his sons - Austin, Logan and Dylan. Nate holds three Associate degrees from Kellogg Community College in Television and Radio Broadcasting and Television and Radio Production. He also is a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota Crookston, with a Bachelor's degree in Sport and Recreation Management.
LPGA in Grand Rapids Begins Pro Golf Schedule in Michigan
Golf can be seen almost everywhere in Michigan. The professionals and top amateurs are making their way to the Great Lakes State this week to begin a long stretch of fantastic golf action this year.
Game Times for 2019 Bronco Football Announced
As the calendar turns to June, the anticipation for the upcoming college football season increase with the announcement of game times for the Western Michigan Broncos.
Kellogg Community College Heads to Nationals as 4th Seed
For the seventh time in school history, the Kellogg Community College Bruins head off for a chance at the National title in the National Junior College Athletic Association.
Bruins Play For Regional Title, National Tourney Within Reach
The Kellogg Community College Bruins continue to roll in the National Junior College Athletic Association's Region XII Tournament in Sandusky, Ohio, with three wins in mercy fashion.
Nine College Players from Michigan in the NCAA Tourney Not Playing At Home
As the NCAA Tournament begins this week, we all know that several Michigan high school standouts are playing for the Michigan State Spartans and the Michigan Wolverines. There are other high profile players from the state in the tourney as well, but among eight other schools.