Joe O’Neill is a native New Mexican who has spent the last 20 years in the radio business. He got his start as the Director of Sports Marketing at 770 KKOB-AM where he was an Account Executive specializing in creating and selling sports programming. Joe also had the privilege of being the color commentator for Lobo Men’s Basketball for 8 years working with the “Voice of the Lobos” Mike Roberts. Click here for full Bio
VP / General Manager
David Dominguez is the Vice President and General Manager for ESPN Radio 101.7 The TEAM. He is also the host of On Point with David Dominguez on Saturday mornings. David began his career in broadcast in 1996 at KDAZ-AM and KCHF-TV, where he served as the Operations Manager. Click here for full Bio
Sal is the Operations Manager for ESPN Radio 101.7 The TEAM.
Sam is the producer and Co-Host of TEAM Talk, which airs weekdays from 4-7 p.m. He is also co-host of Between The Lines Sunday mornings from 9 to 11 a.m.
He shares the same name as a basketball player. They look nothing alike, but a security guard once confused the two. He graduated from the University of North Florida in 2014 with a degree in Multimedia Journalism (Go Ospreys!).
On-Air Personality/Play-by-play/Webmaster & Social Media Director
Voice of the New Mexico Lobos from 2008 to 2013 covering UNM Basketball, Football, and Baseball games, Scott is the play-by-play voice of APS athletics on ESPN Radio 101.7 The TEAM. Click here for full Bio
On-Air Personality/Producer, NM Motorsports Report
Ronald Lees Jr. (RJ) is a producer/videographer for the New Mexico Motorsports Report, as well as a co-host for Between The Lines live at the Isleta Sportsbook and Casino.
RJ started as a volunteer for the New Mexico Motorsports Report in 2018 working on their weekly event calendar before working on many shows in his tenure for ESPN Radio 101.7 The Team.
RJ graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2019 with a double major in Communications and Marketing.
RJ enjoys following professional sports but specializes in the NFL and NBA, with a goal to visit every stadium.
In his off time, he enjoys traveling, camping, coaching, and spending time with his family and friends.
Producer, NM Motorsports Report
Daniel Watkins has been the producer of the New Mexico Motorsports Report since he moved to Albuquerque in the Fall of 2021.
After graduating from Appalachian State in 2020, Daniel moved here to work in the renewable energy world.
Daniel’s day job is now with Border States Electric Supply.
In his spare time, Daniel can be found cheering on his Tennessee Vols or playing with his German Shepherd Roxy.
David Swope is an Account Executive and Radio Personality at ESPN Radio 101.7FM The TEAM. David brings 30 years of Marketing experience from a diverse background in public relations, promotions and sales management. His background includes ownership and operations of a retail business, a Financial Planner and General Manager of a multipurpose motorsports facility. Fundraising and public service background include Leadership Albuquerque, American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, UNM Alumni Association and the Rotary Club of Albuquerque.
As a lifelong resident of Albuquerque and graduate of UNM, David has developed an extensive and diverse network of contacts. The opportunity to connect with other likeminded professionals is essential in his continued growth and commitment to the community.
David had the opportunity to join the TEAM at ESPN Radio Albuquerque KQTM in November of 2012. The New Mexico Motorsports Report started its broadcast in February of 2013 on 101.7FM. David’s background as both an Account Executive and a Host of a weekly radio gives him insight into how to leverage the radio format.
“As an Account Executive, I become part of your Marketing TEAM. My experience as both a business owner and buyer of radio gives me a unique insight into how to effectively deliver your message to the audience of ESPN Radio Albuquerque 101.7 FM The TEAM. Before I joined the TEAM, I bought the TEAM. Let me show you how to get the BEST value on radio!”