Jason Guerette is a sports broadcaster, currently serving as the Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations for the Southern Illinois Miners of the independent Frontier League of Professional Baseball. He also calls basketball games at Manhattan College (Division-I / MAAC), and soccer games at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (Division-I / America East), with games seen on ESPN+ among other platforms.
Influenced by play-by-play voices such as John Sterling, Chris Carrino, and Gary Cohen, Jason graduated from Seton Hall University in 2012. While there, he called Pirates Division-I baseball, basketball, and soccer games on the nationally-recognized student radio station, WSOU-FM.
A lifelong communicator and New Jersey native, Jason also called baseball games for the East Texas Pump Jacks (Texas Collegiate League) in 2012, as well as the Northwest Indiana Oilmen (Midwest Collegiate League) in 2013, handling media relations duties in addition to play-by-play. He also called basketball, soccer, and volleyball games for St. Francis College (Division-I / NEC) from 2014-2018. Additionally, Jason has served as a public address announcer at Seton Hall University (Division-I / Big East), Columbia University (Division-I / Ivy League), and New Jersey City University (Division-III / NJAC).