- Welcome to the official website for sportscaster Matt Martucci. Matt has been calling games for 16 years at the high school, collegiate, and pro levels. His primary focuses are college basketball and football as the radio voice of Saint Joseph's University Men's Basketball and a freelance TV announcer for the ESPN family of networks.
Martucci has spent the last 13 seasons as the primary play-by-play announcer for the Saint Joseph's Sports Network, taking over for Philadelphia Phillies TV play-by-play man Tom McCarthy in 2009 and working with color analyst ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi on more than 300 radio broadcasts. He recently finished his third year of broadcasting select college basketball games for the ESPN family of networks and also spent six years with the newly rebranded Stadium, calling a package of Atlantic 10 hoops and both Patriot League football and basketball telecasts. This past summer also marked his sixth on the announce crew for TBT, a single-elimination, winner-take-all $1 million dollar tournament broadcast on the worldwide leader. TBT brought live basketball back to the United States for the first time in the Covid-19 pandemic back in July 2020 and aired in more than 197 countries across the world. He is also in year four of calling combat sports and has fight credits on CBS Sports Network and UFC Fight Pass across several different promotions.
- A magna cum laude graduate of Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Martucci earned his MBA from Saint Joseph's University in 2011. Matt is a native of Brodheadsville, Pennsylvania (a village in the Pocono Mountains) and a lifelong four-for-four Philadelphia sports fan. One of his biggest thrills came back in February 2018 when his beloved Eagles (yes it did actually happen) won the Super Bowl. 18 days later that was quickly topped as he and his wife Stephanie celebrated the birth of their first child. Now a family of four, they reside in New Jersey.