Seth Wells

Weekend Sports Anchor

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Weekend Sports Anchor

School: Butler University
Hometown: Rockford, MI

Seth graduated from Butler University in May of 2017 with a major in sports media and a minor in Spanish. He started with TV6 in July of the same year working as the Weekend Sports Anchor and MMJ.

Seth’s history in sports broadcasting goes back to his high school days at Rockford High School with their TV program ‘Beyond The Rock.' That is where he first started shooting and editing video as well as doing play-by-play for the high school’s basketball and football games.

After learning the ropes at Rockford, Seth attended Butler University where he was able to get a lot of hands-on experience and learn from great professors and fellow students. He was on the call for many Butler women’s basketball games as well as men’s and women’s soccer. During his collegiate years he interned for WOODTV8 in Grand Rapids, MI and WTHR in Indianapolis, IN; both are top stations in their markets. He also spent two years as the President of Butler’s club basketball team and also played on the team in college.

Seth is an avid sports fan in general, but holds baseball nearest and dearest to his heart. He’s a big Detroit Tigers fan and is hoping to see them win a World Series in his lifetime.

In his free time Seth loves to golf, fish and play basketball. You’ll probably find him outside enjoying the beautiful Marquette scenery during the summer months.

Seth is extremely excited to join the WLUC team and can’t wait to get his career started!

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