Jeremy Bolker is a radio professional and GVSN team member. He can be heard on The Ric Wesley Radio Show and as the public address announcer and Laker home basketball games.
Kent Fisher, who earned his bachelor’s degree from Grand Valley State in 1991, is entering his 17th year as a radio voice for Laker athletics. He is one of the longest-tenured basketball broadcasters in the GLIAC, having began his on-air career in 1994. Fisher played basketball at GVSU in 1964-65 and then spent more than 21 years as a United States Coast Guard officer. After spending 15 years working in the Grand Valley State Alumni Relations office, Fisher retired in 2006, but remains an active part of the Grand Valley Sports Network.
DJ Foster is the Assistant Sports Information Director at GVSU. In addition to his duties in media relations, Foster is also the play-by-play announcer for all Laker men’s basketball games. Can be heard on: Men’s basketball game broadcasts, The Ric Wesley Weekly Radio Show, Video host on GVSULakers.com
Steve Lloyd-Jones has been a huge part of building GVSN’s broadcasting presence at Grand Valley State University. He has handled announcing duties for the Grand Rapids Hoops of the CBA, Cornerstone University’s men’s basketball, the West Michigan Whitecaps of the Midwest League (Detroit Tigers affiliate), and Grand Valley State. In addition to his duties with GVSU, Lloyd-Jones currently works for Sports Spectrum.
Dick Nelson is known as the longtime, “Voice of the Lakers.” Can be heard on: Football game broadcasts, GVSU Football Weekly Report
Rob Rubick, a former Grand Valley State football player, is back in the GVSU radio booth after spending the past 12 seasons as the radio color analyst for Eastern Michigan football. Rubick was a walk-on at Grand Valley State, playing from 1978-81, and was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the 12th round of the 1982 draft as a tight end. He played with the Lions from 1982-89 and after working as a radio color analyst at GVSU football games (1996-98), he became an analyst for the Lions and the NFL from 2000-08. A health and physical education teacher in Lapeer for the past 13 years, Rubick graduated from Grand Valley State with a bachelor’s degree before earning master’s degrees from both Eastern Michigan and Marygrove.