Our Staff

Editorial Staff 

Jacob Lintner

Director | Ice Hockey Beat Reporter | Broadcaster

Jacob is a junior from St. Charles, Missouri, studying journalism and sociology. He covers men’s and women’s ice hockey for WTBU Sports, and he broadcasts hockey, softball, soccer and basketball. He is one-third of Fair or Foul, a WTBU Sports podcast centered around professional baseball. When he’s not cranking out content for our staff, Jacob is a sports hawk for The Boston Globe, a broadcast producer and anchor for BUTV10 Productions and a producer for the show Terrier Nation on BUTV10. Jacob is a fan of all things St. Louis, especially the sports and the food. He spends his free time enjoying jazz and trying to root the Blues back to the Stanley Cup Final. Follow Jacob on Twitter @TheJacobLintner, or check out some of his other work at jacoblintner.com.

Ethan Fuller

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Co-Director | Men’s and Women’s Basketball Editor | Beat Reporter | Broadcaster

Ethan is a sophomore studying journalism and statistics at Boston University. He is the lead editor and reporter for WTBU’s basketball coverage as well as a radio and television broadcaster. Hailing from Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Ethan is a fan of all Boston sports teams and a basketball analyst on a local and national level. He writes about the Celtics and Minnesota Timberwolves for The Lead Sports Media and still believes in the potential of Andrew Wiggins. Check out his portfolio here, and follow him on Twitter @ethman43.

Patrick Donnelly


Hockey Editor | Podcast Co-Host | Broadcaster | Columnist

Patrick is a sophomore studying journalism at Boston University’s College of Communication. Patrick is both the Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey editor for WTBU Sports, writing, broadcasting, and overseeing articles about each team. He aims to cover the NHL and the Boston Bruins for a living and to become a hockey insider. From Lynn, Massachusetts, Patrick is a graduate of Malden Catholic High School (’18) and is a huge Boston sports fan, avid golfer, and hockey fanatic. His favorite teams and athletes include, the Bruins, the New England Patriots, Tiger Woods, and Mark Scheifele. Co-host of the podcast, The Duck Boat Report, at WTBU Sports, writer for the Boston Hockey Blog, and writer for Black ‘N Gold Hockey. He writes columns on the PGA, Bruins, and NHL for WTBU Sports. Patrick is also a Francis Ouimet Scholar. Find his author page at WTBU Sports here, follow him on Twitter @PatDonn12, and check out his portfolio here.

Brady Gardner


Podcast Manager | Co-Host of The Duck Boat Report | Freelance Reporter

Brady is a journalism and public relations double-major at Boston University’s College of Communication, Class of 2022. Brady oversees all WTBU Sports podcasts, co-hosts The Duck Boat Report podcast, and contributes columns and other articles. He also directs the Boston Hockey Blog, broadcasts for Patriot League Network, plays with the BU Pep Band, and serves as a COM Ambassador. Originally from Foxborough, Massachusetts, Brady is a huge Boston sports fan, and can often be spotted patrolling the grandstands of Fenway Park as a gameday photographer. Follow Brady on Twitter, @BradyDGardner.

Daniel Multz


Daniel is a sophomore from Long Island, New York, studying journalism. He is the director of our radio show that is on from 6:00-8:00 P.M. on Mondays and Fridays. He covers women’s hockey for WTBU Sports. He broadcasts soccer, hockey, basketball and softball. He is the host of Fair or Foul, a podcast at WTBU Sports dedicated to Major League Baseball. When he’s not working on content for WTBU Sports, Daniel is also an analyst on Offsides and a contributor to Terrier Nation with BUTV10. Daniel loves anything sports and anything theater, always rooting for his New York teams (even in Boston) and acting in shows with BU Stage Troupe and BU On Broadway. Follow Daniel on Twitter @DanielMultz or check out some of his other work for WTBU Sports.

Akshai Wadhwani

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Akshai is a rising senior from Oakland, California. He has previously been a staff writer and editor for men’s and women’s soccer, and has also written for women’s hockey. Additionally, Akshai has worked play-by-play and color commentary for both WTBU and the Patriot League Network, with games in men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s ice hockey, women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, and softball under his belt. He currently continues to broadcast for both WTBU and the PLN, and hopes to re-assume a staff writing and/or editing role in future semesters.

Josh Rothstein


Josh Rothstein is a senior studying Journalism at Boston University. Specifically interested in sports, he has written for Axcess Baseball on Long Island as well as the Anton Media Group covering not just sports for the media outlet that serves all of Nassau County.

Josh is an associate sports editor for The Daily Free Press, Boston University’s independent student newspaper. He also appears on sports talk-shows on WTBU, Boston University’s radio station as well as discussing sports on Offsides, Boston University’s sports talk show airing on BUTV10. Josh announces Boston University sports games for WTBU on the radio and for the Patriot League Network on Stadium.

Growing up in Jericho, New York, Josh initially attended Tulane University but transferred beginning in the Fall of 2017 with the hope of becoming a sports broadcaster or journalist.

J. Housman

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J. (Jared) Housman is a junior studying broadcasting at the COM school. He is a self-taught sportscaster whose greatest hero is Jim Nantz. J broadcasts soccer and basketball for WTBU Sports and is part of the Offsides crew for BUTV10. J has a great memory for football and basketball and loves to play trivia relating to pro and college coaches and teams. His favorite teams are the Florida Gators (college) and Packers (Pro). Basketball favorites are the Kansas Jayhawks and Miami Heat. When not pouring over sports game statistics and trivia, he enjoys chatting about music, playing Xbox or Smash with friends and exploring local ethnic restaurants. His greatest wish would be to see the Terriers go to a final four and go to the Super Bowl.

Paige Mautner

Paige is a junior from Greenwich, CT majoring in journalism and broadcasting. Paige is also a student-athlete on the Varsity field hockey team at BU. She is on the panel for the WTBU Sports Show on WTBU. She is also on the Daily Free Press sports staff where she writes for the Boston Hockey Blog, and is on the Boston Hockey Blog game podcasts. In addition, she is the NESN Color Commentator for the  men’s and women’s lacrosse games, and is on the BUTV10 show, Offsides. Paige is also the co-creator, host, and sports correspondent for Keep Up, an original national news show on IGTV. In her free time, Paige enjoys going to NHL games, exploring Boston, and trying new restaurants. Check out more of Paige’s work on https://pmautner.wixsite.com/portfolio.

Rusty Gorelick

Rusty is a sophomore from Yardley (“almost Philadelphia”), Pennsylvania, studying journalism at Boston University. He is the soccer editor for WTBU Sports and broadcasts and covers basketball and lacrosse. Rusty also writes for BU Today, the University’s news site, and works on Offsides, BUTV10’s professional sports talk show. In the past, he has served as editor-in-chief of his high school’s newspaper, spent time as an editor for soccer analysis website The Goalmouth Scramble, and written about sports for a handful of other websites. As devoted Philadelphia sports and Arsenal FC fan, Rusty lives in a constant state of slight pain. He enjoys hip-hop music, reading, yerba mate, and trying to be funny on Twitter, where you can follow him @rustygorelick.

Alexander Cohen

Alexander Cohen is a sophomore studying film and television at Boston University. Hailing from New York City, he has been cursed with being a New York sports fan and is a diehard one for the Knicks. Alexander is obsessed with basketball and is a contributor for the Knicks’ SB Nation blog, Posting and Toasting, and will be working on the basketball beat for WTBU Sports. He has also launched a podcast — Per 36 — which focuses on his two favorite parts of basketball: the Knicks and under-appreciated bench players. He also appears on the WTBU sports radio show and BUTV10’s sports talk show, Offsides. You can follow him on Twitter @DaRealBootum.

Sean Golonka

Sean is a junior from Las Vegas, Nevada, studying journalism and statistics. He writes about professional and college basketball and broadcasts men’s and women’s basketball games for WTBU Sports and stars on Offsides as a part of BUTV 10. When he’s not stressing himself out over Boston Celtics and Indianapolis Colts’ games, he’s listening to hip-hop and combing through data for his three jobs. Follow Sean on Twitter @Sean_Golonka.

Allie Debe

Allie is a sophomore from Charlotte, North Carolina, studying economics and business administration, who will always clarify that she actually grew up in Minnesota. She covers Men’s Ice Hockey and Softball for WTBU Sports. She is constantly reading and watching anything related to hockey, when she isn’t working out or listening to one of her 45 Spotify playlists. Her favorite teams all hail from the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

Dylan Woods

Dylan is a sophomore from Woburn, Massachusetts studying journalism. He appears on the WTBU Sports radio show. In the past, Dylan has covered BU men’s basketball and men’s soccer and written an NBA column for the Daily Free Press. In his spare hours, he enjoys watching sports until his eyes bleed or at least until the clock strikes midnight. He also likes to eat peanut butter and fluff sandwiches with pretzels in the middle in addition to getting a crisp eight hours of sleep, but not at the same time. Dylan has never spent a single second of his free time enjoying jazz.

Hannah Yoshinaga

Hannah is a freshman studying public relations. She has covered CSUF baseball in the past, and will cover BU basketball this year while providing photography for WTBU Sports. She spent the last two summers interning and working in digital marketing for Blast Athletics, a sports media company. She also does graphic design for the 3-0 Take baseball podcast. Originally from Orange County, California, Hannah is a proud fan of the Dodgers, Lakers, and Rams. She swam and played water polo for several years, and her hobbies include going to the beach, hiking, kayaking, and going to LA sports games.

Seth Helman

Seth Helman is a freshman from small-town Kingston, New Hampshire, who is studying journalism with the intention of becoming a sports broadcaster. His passions include Bruins hockey and Mets baseball, as well as a strong interest in the NBA as a whole and the New England Patriots. If Seth isn’t watching or playing sports, you can probably find him making music on his laptop, playing his guitar, or complaining about how the Mets ownership isn’t going to pay any money to improve the team this offseason.

Joe Pohoryles

Joe is a freshman from Rockville, Maryland, studying journalism in the College of Communication. He interns for the WTBU Sports radio show and covers the men’s ice hockey team in addition to broadcasting games. He also works as a reporter for Terrier Nation at BUTV10. Joe is a major fan of Washington, D.C. sports teams, and is patiently waiting for Alex Ovechkin to surpass Wayne Gretzky for the all-time NHL goal scoring record. He aspires to be a sports journalist, and is looking to get more involved with WTBU Sports in the future.

Max Bevington

Max is a freshman from Toledo, Ohio studying journalism.  He covers basketball for WTBU and the Daily Free Press, but his true passions are college football and boxing, which is why he hosts podcasts on both.  Despite being from Ohio, Max is a massive Michigan football fan and is consistently disappointed at the end of every November when Michigan losses to Ohio State and doesn’t win the Big 10.  If you think being a Michigan football isn’t hard enough, Max is also a committed Detroit sports fan for hockey, basketball, and baseball, as well as a fan of the Cleveland Browns for football.  In his free time Max enjoys playing his saxophone, listening to music, and eating an unhealthy Midwestern diet.

Jenna VanSickle

Jenna VanSickle is a freshman from Minneapolis, Minnesota, currently undeclared in the College of Communications. She works for WTBU Sports as a photographer, primarily for men’s and women’s ice hockey. Previously, Jenna worked as a photographer and journalist for the AHL and NWHL and she’s excited to continue her passion for the sport here at BU. When she’s not taking or editing photos for WTBU Sports, you can find Jenna playing on the Women’s Club Ice Hockey team or watching her two favorite hockey teams: the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Minnesota Wild. Follow Jenna on Instagram @jenna.vansickle and Twitter @constantstateofhockey.



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