Noah Newman Biography
Noah Newman is an American sports anchor/reporter at WAND. He started in June 2010 as a Champaign Bureau reporter; he switched to sports just a couple months later. Prior to joining WAND Noah worked as a sports/news reporter for Miller Media Group in Taylorville with Springfield Bureau Chief Ed Cross.
Noah Newman Age
His age and birthday are still under review.
Noah Newman Wife
Noah’s wife is not known to the public.
Noah Newman Education
He attended the University of Dayton, where he graduated with a degree in electronic media. While in college Noah covered the Cleveland Indians as a sports intern with WEWS Channel 5 in Cleveland, Ohio. Noah’s broadcast career began in high school when he hosted a talk show on 88.7 WJCU- John Carroll University Radio.
Prior coming to WAND Noah worked as a sports/news reporter for Miller Media Group in Taylorville with Springfield Bureau Chief Ed Cross. Noah did play by play for Shelbyville basketball, Taylorville baseball, and Central A&M football. Noah’s an avid sports fan.
While in college Noah covered the Cleveland Indians as a sports intern with WEWS Channel 5 in Cleveland, Ohio. Noah’s broadcast career began in high school when he hosted a talk show on 88.7 WJCU- John Carroll University Radio. Noah describes the show as a mix between Howard Stern, Oprah Winfrey, and Sportscenter.
On March 29, 2019, he left WAND and took the role of Sports Director for WJTV-TV, the CBS station in Jackson, Mississippi.
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WJTV) — On May 1st Southern Miss capped off a nine-game winning streak wit ha 5-3 win over SEC power Ole Miss.
It felt like the Golden Eagles had really hit their stride. But since then, it’s been a different story. They’ve lost three straight series, including one to Rice – the team they’ll face in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
WJTV 12’s Jesse Finver checks in from Hattiesburg with a preview of the big game – click the video above to watch!
Vicksburg native De’Arius
VICKSBURG, Miss. (WJTV) — Just because you didn’t get drafted doesn’t mean you aren’t going to make it.
Just ask Tony Romo. Or Kurt Warner. Or Antonio Gates.
Former Warren Central standout De’Arius Christmas is trying to follow in their footsteps, as he waits for the life-changing call from an NFL team.
Christmas’ tape speaks for itself. He was the SWAC defensive player of the year for Grambling State.
He led East Mississippi Community College in tackles in 2015.
Christmas stopped by the WJTV studio to talk about the draft process, and what’s going through his mind as he gets ready for the next step. Click the video above to watch!
With nine courses around Fort Collins, there is no better way to get out, exercise, and toss some discs with disc golf. Much like the traditional sports golf, disc golf requires a multitude of different tools to get closer to the hole. The hole is a big metal basket placed a certain distance from the throwing pad. The “clubs” in disc golf are a putter, driver, and approach discs.
Disc golf is very easy to get into and can become a great hobby because you only need one disc to play and most courses are free to play. With the already large and growing community, the disc golf sport is also a great way to meet people. The wonderful part about disc golf is no matter what your skill level is, you can join in and be as competitive as you’d like.
Many disc golf enthusiasts use the sport as a park hobby, but on the other side of the spectrum, there are many professional competitors who travel around the world to show off their skills. The Professional Disc Golf Association is the competitive governing body with over 100,000 members worldwide. With 23 regional tournaments and a National Championship, collegiate disc golf is a growing competitive network with their own governing body. Colorado State University has been very successful in the National championship, winning in 2012 and taking second the next year along with many other top 10 finishes.