Delaware Sports Zone

Sean Greene

Sean Greene joined WDEL in 2006 and has served as WDEL’s Sports Director since January 2013. Sean is also WDEL’s lead sports reporter, regularly covering high school sporting events for highlight packages seen on WDEL.com.

The Newark native has been the Play-by-Play voice of Wesley College Football since 2009.

Sean originally served as a member of WDEL’s award-winning TrafficWatch team, while still covering sporting events when not on the road.

Before joining WDEL, Sean worked for Traffax of Delmarva as a traffic reporter, and covered University of Delaware sports for WVUD while in college. Sean was part of the broadcast team that announced the Blue Hens’ I-AA National Football Championship in 2003.

In his spare time, Sean has completed three half-marathons, and can be found playing volleyball, preparing for another Special Olympics Polar Bear Plunge, or researching restaurants for the “Wesley College Football Great BBQ Tour of the South.”


 

Don Voltz

Forty year radio veteran with stops in Athens, Ohio, Elkhart, Indiana and Wilmington. Broadcast Ohio University and Notre Dame basketball before arriving in Wilmington where he was the voice of the Blue Hens from 1989 to 1999. He broadcast four NCAA men’s basketball tournament games with Delaware, covered the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, three World Series’ and two All-Star games and Phillies spring training for more than a dozen years. Former Chesapeake AP President, and has been Delaware state representative for the Heisman Trophy and the Wooden award for 15 years.


 

Delaware Sports Zone is privately owned and operated by Delmarva Broadcasting Company, which owns 9 radio stations in the region. Delmarva is part of Steinman Communications, an innovative multi-channel communications group that delivers high quality information and entertainment to diverse audiences through advertising, digital marketing services, printing and database marketing. Other Steinman Communications companies include:

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