Paul Loeffler is now Sports Director at KMJ, and feels privileged to follow in the footsteps of legends like Lon Simmons, Bill Thompson, Gus Zernial, and Bill Woodward as the "Voice of the Bulldogs.
has been handling the play-by-play for the Fresno State baseball team since 2001, and was thrilled to be behind the microphone in Omaha when the Diamond Dogs won the College World Series championship in 2008.
even written a book about that: http://wonderdogsbook.com.
A Los Banos native, Paul returned to the San Joaquin Valley after graduating from Syracuse University in 1998.
wife, Tonia, have been blessed with two darling daughters, Avery and Mallory, who have both grown fond of the red licorice in the Beiden Field press box.
Spending nearly a decade as a sports anchor and reporter at Fresno's CBS affiliate, Paul
has filled a variety of roles on television, including an annual assignment with ABC and ESPN for the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
award-winning television work with World War II veterans into radio, he
has hosted Hometown Heroes on KMJ
since October 2007.
Now airing Saturday afternoons at 1 p.m., Hometown Heroes shines a spotlight on history through the voices of those who lived it, those who fought on the frontlines of freedom.
To tell Paul
about a hero in your hometown, e-mail him at email@example.com or go to http://trueheroestv.com
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Posted by Paul Loeffler at 12:48 pm Nov 02, 2009
Chief Rising Star
explains how the Bulldogs can do it.