The Sports Report - Matt Guercio

The Sports Report - Matt Guercio

NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER, 9, 2020/THOMAS BRICE/-- The Sports Report New York's #1 sports show is proud to announce as a guest this week to open the show the Athletic Director of Five Towns College Matt Guercio.

Matt Guercio was named Athletic Director at Five Towns College on September 26, 2018. In less than two years at Five Towns College, Guercio has made a significant impact on the department. He added men's and women's soccer, women's volleyball, and Esports, hired new coaches, and upgraded the natural grass game and practice soccer fields.

Prior to arriving at Five Towns College, Guercio was the Assistant Director of Athletic Operations at Molloy College from 2013-2015 where he was responsible for athletic game day operations, scheduling, facility supervision, purchasing, team travel, and work study supervision.

Matt Guercio began his intercollegiate athletics career at Long Island University, formally LIU Post, where he served as the Coordinator of Athletic Operations and Special Events from 2006-2013. In his seven-plus years with the Pioneers, Guercio oversaw the game day operations of the school's NCAA Division II sports programs and served as tournament director for the 19 NCAA championship events hosted by the university.

"Matt Guercio's leadership at Five Towns College speaks for itself as in such a short amount of time he has made Five Towns College the most exciting athletic department in the state with added amenities and brand new athletic programs including the recent edition of Esports. I am honored to have Matt Guercio on the Sports Report this week not only to share his story but to share the many exciting things Five Towns College and the athletic department are doing. I am honored to have the opportunity to cover the Five Towns College athletic department solely due to Matt's leadership. I want to thank Matt Guercio for coming on the Sports Report this week, and I look forward to continuing to talk the many exciting things from Five Towns College and its athletic department on the Sports Report thanks to Matt Guercio's leadership."--Thomas J. Brice, founder, host, producer, engineer of The Sports Report New York's #1 Sports show.

To listen to this week's episode of the Sports Report featuring the athletic director of Five Towns College Matt Guercio click on the link below as Matt Guercio comes on the Sports Report at the 3 minute and 10 second mark.

Catching Up With Matt Guercio by The Sports Report

The Sports Report New York's #1 sports show is hosted, produced, and engineered by Thomas Brice, and features weekly analysis from Ernest Dove an accredited member of the media covering the New York Mets minor league affiliate the St. Lucie Mets. Rob Morosca, and Brad Weiss 4 year Starting Forward/Center with the St. Joseph's Golden Eagles men's basketball team who's 25th all time in school history in rebounds and near the top of the list in school history in blocked shots. 

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