Sean Grande joined ABC Sports in August 2000 to provide play-by-play for regional college football telecasts.
Grande is in his third year as the television voice of the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves. When he started at the age of 28, he was the youngest announcer in the NBA. He came to Minneapolis from Boston where he served as the radio voice of Boston College, the college hockey voice of Fox Sports New England, and the Sports Director at Sportsradio WEEI, then the country's top-rated sports radio station. Prior to his arrival at BC, he called Boston University Hockey, Basketball and Football from 1989-96.
In addition to his work at Boston College in 1999, Grande worked in a variety of broadcasting positions, including Hockey East play-by-play announcer for Fox Sports Net, as a member of the NCAA Hockey Selection Show on ESPN2, and on MFS Pro Tennis and MLS Soccer.
He also served for three years as the studio host of NHL Radio's coverage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This past August, he completed his second year as the only voice the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx have ever known.
Sean, a New York native and Boston University alum, and his wife Lori, co-host of WLTE-FM's morning show, now reside in Minneapolis.