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Welcome! I'm TJ Wengert and this is my website, where you can see a variety of the different broadcast work I have been fortunate enough to do through my career. 

I'm currently a freelance broadcaster based in Richmond Virginia, working mostly with VCU, UNC-Greensboro, and Longwood University. Previously I was the Director of Digital Media at the University of Lynchburg, where as the "Voice of the Hornets" I called approximately 150 games year-round for 14 different sports: M/W soccer, M/W basketball, M/W lacrosse, M/W track, M/W swimming, equestrian, field hockey, volleyball, baseball and softball. Additionally, I maintained the staff and created content for LHSN (which is the home for Lynchburg athletics digital content) such as postgame interviews and highlights, creative/hype videos for teams, podcasts and a weekly recap show to list a few examples. 

Earlier in my career, I was given the opportunity to work with organizations, such as the Tri-City Chili Peppers, Randolph-Macon College, ESPN 3, the A-10 Conference, WMLU 91.3 FM, 92.9 FM Kickin Country, in addition to previously being the voice of the Morehead City Marlins. 

I'm a graduate of Longwood University where I studied Communication Studies with a concentration in Digital Media, and was a Military History minor.

Thank you for stopping by, feel free to reach out to me through the contact me page!



Big South Network on ESPN+

  • Assistant Director

    • 2018-Present

  • Staff

    • 2016-2018​


Longwood University

  • Communication Studies major with concentration in Digital Media

  • Military History minor

 Academic Honor Societies:

  • Communication Studies- Lambda Pi Eta

  • History- Phi Alpha Theta

Relevant Classes:

  • Digital Storytelling​​

    • Created a documentary​

  • Media Production

    • Create news packages, a promo video and a bio piece. ​

  • Comm Lab

    • Working with clients (Athletics) to create work to promote the department. ​

Morehead City Marlins

  • Broadcast and Media Relations Intern

    • Broadcast all 50 games in the season, make gamenotes, programs, run social media, write recaps, conduct player/coach interviews before each game

      • May-August 2019​

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