Robert Skorochocki

Robert Skorochocki


My name is Rob, I'm 24 and I'm a recent graduate of Penn State University. Grew up in Trenton, NJ and I currently reside in Hamilton, NJ. I was introduced to sports at a young age when I learned my father played professional baseball with the Milwaukee Brewers.

My favorite sports in order are:
1. Hockey
2. Baseball
3. Football
4. Basketball

I graduated from Penn State with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in May 2009. I love both aspects of journalism, both print and broadcast.

My favorite teams are the Philadelphia Flyers, Penn State Nittany Lions, Chicago White Sox and Miami Dolphins, however I live and die Flyers. (But I am objective)

At Penn State, I worked with the school hockey team in broadcasting their home games and writing game stories.

I have interned at NBC Universal for Late Night w/ Conan O' Brien in New York City and with ESPN Radio 1450 in State College.

Any questions? Just ask!

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  • Patrick Cwiklinski posted 3361 days ago

    Patrick Cwiklinski

    Are sports heroes really dead? Find out in my latest article whenever you get a moment. Thanks.


  • Ronnybrook posted 3550 days ago


    Ronnybrook pontificates on the donnybrook.

  • Chris DiFrancesco posted 3567 days ago

    Chris DiFrancesco

    I know Alan, but im always with the team through radio. I have more access than he does, but he does get through sometimes also. I go to every game and I travelto away games.

  • Chris DiFrancesco posted 3567 days ago

    Chris DiFrancesco

    Well remember, Im with the Flyers everyday, If you ever want a guest to call in and talk about whats going with the team, let me know, ill be happy to help you out.

  • Chris DiFrancesco posted 3568 days ago

    Chris DiFrancesco

    I like your game previews, they are on point. Good Work.

  • Eddie Bruce aka GeorgiaDawg posted 3581 days ago

    Eddie Bruce aka GeorgiaDawg

    If you get a minute:

  • Ronnybrook posted 3601 days ago


    It's all fun and games until someone loses a...hand.