Ethan Schmidt

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School: Austin Peay State University
Hometown: Clarksville, TN

Ethan graduated from Austin Peay State University in 2013 with my Bachelors of Science in Broadcast Media and then again in 2015 with his Masters in Corporate Communication. He was a five year member of the news team at Austin Peay as a sports anchor/reporter with a show airing to the Clarksville and middle Tennessee community also parts of Western Kentucky.

Ethan considers Clarksville, Tennessee his home town since he graduated High School and College from there.

He is a true sports fan as who played football from grade school to high school and also ran track. He continued his love for sports by becoming a play-by-play radio and television personality for several radio stations in Clarksville and on the OVC (Ohio Valley Conference) Digital Network in college. He has actually been doing play-by-play work for nearly ten years, as he started calling Junior Pro Football games when he was 15.

Ethan is a Packers fan, so moving here will make watching games easier. He's always actively trying to play sports like football, basketball, slow-pitch softball, and whatever else he can play.

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