1077_flames_hockey_sidebarBrandon Scalea ’18

A native of Newtown, PA Andrew is a Communications Studies major at Rider University. He has a true passion and love for sports. In fact, he’s a fan of almost every sport including the four majors: the NFL, NHL, NBA and Major League Baseball. In his free time Andrew loves to play baseball basketball, golf and soccer. His guilty pleasures are The Golden Girls and and Chrisley Knows Best.

That said, Andrew is not a big fan of art, drawing, heights, snakes and people who hate America. He has his own radio show on 107.7 The Bronc and is now the play-by-play announcer for Lawrence Flames youth hockey.

Alan Helimsky ’18:

A huge Capitals fan, yes Capitals fan, who has only been to Washington, D.C. to visit, Alan lives and breathes hockey. His favorite player in the NHL is Alex Ovechkin, Right wing for who else? The Washington Capitals. Because of his passion for the Caps, Alan really, really, really dislikes when Flyers, Rangers and Devils fans bash his team. He gets just a little defensive.

Alan spends his free time streaming Netflix and watching and listening to as much sports he can. He likes to hang out with friends, play Xbox, and listen to music. Now he’s the color analyst for the Lawrence Flames on The Bronc.

Andrew Zayicek ’18:

Andrew Zayicek is a Radio, Television and Film major who first semester announced color commentating for the Rider University Mens Ice Hockey team. He had the opportunity to interview the ice hockey team between periods and the coach before each game. He is also involved with RUN TV where he works on a show called Rider Sports Spot.Andrew works for Bronc Vision where he films Sports games in the Alumni Gym. He is the co-host on his radio show called Football Talk which is on The Bronc every Tuesday at 7:30pm. Andrew also has a new radio show called Sunday Mass which airs every Sunday at 8p.m. He enjoys all sports especially hockey, soccer and baseball and hopes to get a well paying job so he can travel the around the world after he gets his degree in 2018.