Our Staff

Editorial Staff 


David Souza

Sports Director | Men’s Hockey Writer | Broadcaster

A senior journalism student who has covered basketball, hockey, soccer, and softball at BU, Dave has been with WTBU Sports since 2015. He’s covered baseball and hockey while interning with the Chatham Anglers and The Boston Globe and will be apart of the Men’s Ice Hockey beat for the 2017-2018 season. Apart from writing and broadcasting, Dave is an avid Boston sports fan and is a life-long resident of Massachusetts.

Jarett Leonard

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Associate Editor | Men’s Hockey Writer | Broadcaster

Jarett is a senior and broadcast journalism major from Taunton, MA. He began covering the BU men’s hockey team during his freshman year and called the National Championship game on WTBU. Jarett has also covered the BU women’s hockey and softball teams. While he enjoys broadcasting hockey games, Jarett also hopes to start a career in the golf industry after BU.

Eric Getzoff

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Multimedia Editor

A Graduate student studying Journalism, Eric broadcasts Men’s and Women’s basketball games and hosts a weekly talk show on WTBU. He graduated Temple University in May 2014 and is a Mets, Knicks and Giants fan, staying close to his NY roots.  Eric hopes to secure a job in either sports radio or sports television post-graduation.

General Staff


Matt Doherty

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Men’s Soccer & Men’s Basketball Writer | Broadcaster

Matt is a junior journalism major from Wakefield, Massachusetts who has covered men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s basketball, and softball for WTBU. He also broadcasts men’s basketball games and hosts a weekly radio show. Matt currently works at the Boston Globe and has done public address announcing for Boston University.  Last summer, he was the journalism intern for the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Baseball League. Matt is an avid Boston sports fan and loves to spend time with friends and family as well as golf and eat great food.

Greg Levinsky

Men’s Basketball Writer | Broadcaster

Greg Levinsky is a sophomore in the College of Communication who’s first love was basketball. After stopping growth in the 7th grade he realized his aspirations would be cut short and then turned to another avenue in sports. Greg writes and broadcasts for WTBU, with his main sports being field hockey, basketball and softball. Greg is interning at WEEI this fall and is also on staff at Boston University, Boston College and Harvard as a Public Address Announcer. The Portland, Maine native has already punched his ticket for the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament for the round of 64 in 2020.

Andrew Mason

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Field Hockey & Women’s Basketball Writer | Broadcaster

Andrew Mason is a junior from Newbury Park, California studying broadcast journalism at BU. He has previously written and reported for UC Irvine and Moorpark College. The Lakers and Chargers are his favorite sports teams, and he aims to one day be announcing NBA games on live television.

Ty Oringer

Women’s Ice Hockey Writer

Akshai Wadhwani

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Men’s Soccer & Women’s Ice Hockey Writer | Broadcaster

Akshai is a freshman at Boston University this year. He is very excited to be writing for WTBU, having never engaged in any sort of journalism in his life before. He hopes beginners’ luck stays with him throughout his coverage of the BU men’s soccer team. Akshai has been a soccer fan since he knew what sports were, and enjoys catching what English Premier League he can on weekends. He is praying that the beauty of streaming TV, along with his father’s willingness to pay for cable, will allow him to continue this hobby throughout college.

Max Wolpoff

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Broadcaster

Max is a junior studying broadcast journalism, hailing from the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. On top of his duties with the Game Managers on Monday nights and the Scarlet and White podcast, he broadcasts play-by-play of the Boston Blades home games. He will work a BU game whenever he gets the chance. His previous teams include BU Women’s hockey, softball, and the Bethesda Big Train.

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