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Temple University Student Makes Debut In Professional Sports As Sideline Reporter For Philadelphia Wings During Tonight’s Broadcast On Nbc Sports Philadelphia+

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY STUDENT MAKES DEBUT IN PROFESSIONAL SPORTS AS SIDELINE REPORTER FOR PHILADELPHIA WINGS DURING TONIGHT’S BROADCAST ON NBC SPORTS PHILADELPHIA+

 

Springfield, PA’s Brooklyn Vaughan Gets Opportunity of a Lifetime to Join Wings Broadcast Team During College Night

 

Philadelphia, PA – The Philadelphia Wings Professional Lacrosse Team will see a new face join its broadcast team tonight on NBC Sports Philadelphia+. Temple University journalism major Brooklyn Vaughan will hit the turf as the team’s sideline reporter when the Wings face off against the Georgia Swarm during College Night on Friday, January 31 at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Philadelphia+. Vaughan joins Brian Smith (play by play) and Scott Gabrielsen (analysis) on tonight’s broadcast.

 

“We couldn’t imagine a better way to celebrate College Night than to provide the opportunity for a local student to immerse herself in the sports and entertainment industry by joining our broadcast team during this game,” said Lindsey Masciangelo, Chief Operating Officer, Philadelphia Wings. “In partnership with Temple University, we selected Brooklyn Vaughan, who is emerging as a rising star in the industry and will bring the right amount of energy and enthusiasm to this role.”

 

A junior at Temple University in the Klein College of Media and Communication, Brooklyn is the American Athletic Conference Campus Connect Reporter, covering all of Temple’s varsity sports. She is an anchor for OwlSports Update, Temple’s student-run, award-winning, live sports production show, which airs on TUTV — Temple’s public access channel. Last fall, Vaughan became the first female host for the station’s hour-long football show, Inside the Nest. Vaughan serves as the President of the Sports Media Society for Women at Temple, an organization that she and three others established to advance the network of like-minded women in the industry and emphasize the importance of women in the sports industry.

 

Vaughan hails from Springfield, PA and graduated from Springfield High School, where her passion for broadcast journalism developed. She hopes to pursue a long and successful career in the sports broadcasting industry after she graduates from Temple University in May 2021.

 

Tonight, the Philadelphia Wings host the Georgia Swarm in their eighth game of the season and fourth at home. The Wings are 5-2 on the season and 3-0 at the Wells Fargo Center after a 14-6 win over the New York Riptide last Friday night. Tonight marks the final game in a three-game home stand for the Wings, their fourth and final home game in the month of January, and their sixth game in the span of 27 days dating back to January 4. The team looks to join Halifax as the only teams with six wins and a 4-0 home record at this point in the season.

 

Single-game tickets are on sale now online through WingsLax.com or by phone at 215-952-LAX1. Fans can also follow the team @NLLWings to receive behind the scenes information as the team continues its home season at the Wells Fargo Center.

 

Comcast Spectacor is part of Comcast Corporation, a global media and technology company that operates Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal. Headquartered in Philadelphia, Comcast Spectacor owns and operates the Wells Fargo Center arena and complex, as well as a portfolio of professional sports teams that includes the National Hockey League’s Philadelphia Flyers, the Overwatch League’s Philadelphia Fusion, the National Lacrosse League’s Philadelphia Wings and the Maine Mariners of the ECHL. Visit us at ComcastSpectacor.com for more information.

 

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