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
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
SAM IS THE PRODUCER AND CO-HOST OF THE JIM VILLANUCCI SHOW, WHICH AIRS WEEKDAYS FROM 4-7 P.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!)
A native New Mexican and a graduate of UNM’s Anderson School of Management, Andy has worked as the TEAM’s webmaster and Lobo Beat writer since 2013. In addition to his duties as webmaster and writer, Andy spent two seasons as the on-air fantasy football expert for Bob Brown in the Locker Room. Click here for full Bio
Saturday Morning Producer
Kelly Watson is a producer for the Saturday morning shows, including The New Mexico Motorsports Report, FM Sports Saturday, The Team High School Show, and The Henry T Show. Kelly started as intern for ESPN Radio in 2013 before taking the lead producer position for the Saturday shows in 2016. Click here for full Bio
On-Air Personality/Color Commentator
Brian became the head coach at Cibola in 1992 and led Cibola to the New Mexico State Tournament five times, O’Neill compiled a record of 94-63. During the three-year span from 1995 to 1998 Cibola averaged 20 wins per season and advanced to the state semi-finals each of the last two seasons. In 1993, O’Neill was named the New Mexico Coach of the Year. Click here for full Bio
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/Prep Sports Statistician
Austin passed away in December 2019 from complications from a tumor. Although afflicted with numerous health issues that required countless surgeries in his 18 years on the planet, Austin lived with energy and passion. The sideline reporting he provided to our high school sports coverage was second to none, and his writing for our website was enjoyed by people all over the country.
He was and will always be a vital part of our TEAM.