Bio

Lee W. Mowen, preparing to broadcast a Dayton Demonz hockey game.

Lee W. Mowen, preparing to broadcast a Dayton Demonz hockey game.

About Lee
Lee W. Mowen (pronounced Mal-win) is a broadcaster, public address announcer, podcaster, and sports writer originating from West Alexandria, Ohio. Mowen graduated from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, receiving his Bachelor of Art degree in Mass Communication in November 2010.

Currently, Lee is the Play-by-Play Voice of Centerville and Springboro High School Hockey, the Champion City Kings, and the Public Address Announcer for the University of Dayton Flyers Men’s Soccer and Baseball teams and Wright State University Raiders Soccer, Softball, and Baseball teams. Lee is also the host, creator, and producer of “The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast.”

As a kid, Lee always aspired to become a broadcaster from watching the local evening news. Since 2006, Lee has built up an impressive resume and covered a lot of sports in the Dayton, Ohio area. From becoming a Sports Director and building up a college Sports Radio brand, to expanding his sports coverage and becoming the voice to several teams, Lee has done a lot to prove he belongs as a broadcaster.

Mowen, filling in for the regular P.A. Announcer for a Dayton Dynamo match.

Mowen, filling in for the regular P.A. Announcer for a Dayton Dynamo match.

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  1. Steve Mlsna

    Lee,
    Your play-by-play at the Findlay vs Springboro hockey game today was impressive. Our son plays on the Findlay team and viewing the game from the stands there is not ideal but your broadcast was outstanding and more than made up for that. I wish Findlay had a similar broadcast. Keep up the great work.
    Steve

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