Gene Deckerhoff Named Florida's Top Sportscaster By The NSSA
"The Voice of the Seminoles" is a 10-time honoree by the NSSA.
March 10, 2008
Winston-Salem, NC - Florida State's Gene Deckerhoff was one of six ISP Sports play-by-play personalities have been honored as their state's top sportscaster in 2007 by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA). The organization will present both its state and national awards on May 5th in Salisbury, NC.
The ISP radio honorees include Chris Stewart (Crimson Tide Sports Network / state of Alabama), Deckerhoff (Seminole ISP Sports Network / Florida), Wes Durham (Georgia Tech ISP Sports Network / Georgia), David Jackson (Appalachian ISP Sports Network / North Carolina), Mike Morgan (Gamecock Radio Network / South Carolina) and Bill Roth (Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network / Virginia).
"We are very proud to have these talented individuals on our ISP team. This achievement is a result of the hard work they bring to each and every broadcast and publication," ISP Chairman and CEO Ben Sutton says. "These honors are also a reflection of the dedicated team we have working behind the scenes in our network studios and at our university partners. Everyone should be congratulated."
The NSSA has honored six of the ISP award-winners previously, topped by Deckerhoff, who is Florida's broadcast honoree for the 10th time. App State's Jackson, now in his eighth year as the radio voice of the Mountaineers, is the lone first-time recipient