Sky Blue Announces Broadcast Team for 2016 NWSL season

Tuesday, Feb 09, 2016

There will be one new voice to join an otherwise familiar Sky Blue FC play-by-play booth during their 2016 National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) home games.

Corey Cohen will join the Sky Blue FC broadcast team along with Dan Lauletta, who returns for his third season in the booth.

Additionally, Sky Blue FC has also renewed with its broadcast production partner, NJ Discover.

“I am incredibly excited to join the Sky Blue FC organization as the play-by-play broadcaster,” Cohen said. “Soccer has been a big part of my life since childhood, and it has been exciting to see the women’s game grow in our area. I look forward to bringing the fans access to what I am sure will be a thrilling season.”

Cohen brings versatility to Sky Blue with experience in soccer, football, basketball and baseball among other sports. The Philadelphia native has called the action with the University of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Lehigh and Franklin & Marshall. He also hosted a weekly sports talk show on 92.1 WPTS in Pittsburgh.

Lauletta returns to the booth for another season with Sky Blue FC after working with the team over the past three years. The New York native has been involved in the game of women’s soccer since the days of the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA), and he currently serves as a lead contributor for Equalizer Soccer.

“Working on the Sky Blue FC broadcasts the last two seasons has been a privilege and more fun than I could have imagined,” Lauletta said.  “I am thankful to the club for the opportunity to return for the 2016 season and look forward to bigger and better things on the webcast this season.”

Back again in 2016 will be Sky Blue FC broadcast partner NJ Discover, which is returning for a second year with the club. Founded in 2008 with a focus on New Jersey businesses and events, NJ Discover has produced programming over a wide platform of different industries. Its staff has also filmed for major national and cable television networks such as NBC, ABC, PBS, CBS, CNN and the History Channel.

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