My name is Cody Chrusciel and I would like to welcome you to my website, which offers up-to-date samples of my work. My passion lies in sports media, and I have extensive experience in broadcasting, writing, media relations, video production, graphic design, and photography.

I am currently the Director of Broadcasting at the University of Massachusetts, overseeing the broadcasting and multimedia departments for UMass Athletics while handling play-by-play for UMass women's basketball and men's lacrosse and serving as sideline reporter for Minutemen football on the UMass Sports Network.

My baseball broadcasting and media relations experience includes five seasons with the Tennesse Smokies (Chicago Cubs Double-A affiliate) and New Jersey Jackals (independent Can-Am League). Additionally, I have served as Coordinator of Multi-Media and Broadcasting for Army Athletics in West Point, N.Y.

I graduated from Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J. in May 2009 with dual degrees in radio/television/film and broadcast journalism before completing my master’s degree in sport management at the University of Massachusetts.

I encourage you to look around the site. If my work sparks your interest, I can be reached through email at


Play-by-Play Highlights (4:58) - 2012 Tennessee Smokies
Play-by-Play Inning (11:00) - Tennessee vs. Jackson - July 15, 2012
Play-by-Play Inning (10:43) - Tennessee at Pensacola - August 31, 2012
Play-by-Play Inning (13:37) - Tennessee vs. Chattanooga - July 9, 2012

Pregame Show - Tennessee Smokies at Montgomery Biscuits - June 3, 2012
In-Game Scoreboard - Southern League scoreboard (middle 7th inning)

Interview - Bobby Magallanes - Birmingham Barons manager
Interview - Jim Riggleman - Pensacola Blue Wahoos manager
Interview - Bryan Sabatella - New Jersey Jackals outfielder

Media Guide - 2011 New Jersey Jackals
Game Notes - 2012 Tennessee Smokies
Program and Yearbook - 2011 New Jersey Jackals
Press Release
Game Recap

Print Graphics Portfolio
Web Graphics Portfolio
Baseball Photography





Where I've Worked