Tue. Dec 1st, 2020

Ryan Ruocco Named ESPN’s Lead Women’s Hoops Voice

“Ruocco has been with ESPN since 2008. He is no stranger to the women’s game. He has been a part of the network’s WNBA broadcast crew since 2013.”

Adam Amin was the voice ESPN viewers associated with the biggest games in women’s college basketball recently. That won’t be the case this year, as Amin bolted Bristol to join FOX earlier in 2020.

On Friday, ESPN announced that Ryan Ruocco would take over Amin’s spot. He will be partnered with Rebecca Lobo, who handles analyst duties, and Holly Rowe, who serves as the sideline reporter.

Ruocco has been with ESPN since 2008. He is no stranger to the women’s game. He has been a part of the network’s WNBA broadcast crew since 2013.

“Since beginning my WNBA broadcast career in 2013, I’ve had the privilege of working with these athletes in their professional careers, but have never had the opportunity to document their collegiate journey, until now,” Ruocco said in a press release. “I am elated to work alongside the legendary Rebecca Lobo and Holly Rowe, two of my longtime colleagues who have become great friends. We are excited to continue championing women’s basketball and can’t wait to share the stories behind the next generation of elite athletes.”

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