Jamie Watson, Sports Broadcaster
Jamie Watson has been a host on Sports Talk in Maryland since 1998. Her weekend show on Q1370 developed a loyal following. People on their way to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Ravens Stadium or puttering around the house tuned in to hear the latest Ravens, Orioles, and Terps news. Jamie is a passionate, knowledgeable sports fan and believes the best live theater in the world is sports!
Jamie is the first Color Analyst for Loyola University of Maryland’s DI Men’s & Women’s Soccer programs. She has Play by Play soccer experience at Loyola & Stevenson University. Jamie is currently Color Analyst for Loyola’s Women’s Basketball program. All games are broadcast on the Patriot League Network. Jamie currently serves as Play by Play announcer for the Mt. St. Mary’s Men’s & Women’s Lacrosse Teams. Jamie has over 650 hours of live sports talk radio broadcasts under her belt and the reputation of being one of the best all-round sports interviewers within her field. She hosted and interviewed players at Orioles FanFest for MASN. Jamie has enjoyed frequent visits to Ernie Brown’s show on America’s Radio News Network to talk NFL Football.
Jamie has covered all sports including the NFL, MLB, Fantasy Football, Golf, Tennis, World Cup, NBA, NCAA Basketball, Lacrosse, Soccer and Field Hockey. Jamie has completed three GALvanize sports broadcasting bootcamps led by Fox Sports reporter, Laura Okmin. In these bootcamps, Jamie has worked with the NFL San Diego Chargers, WNBA LA Sparks, and Olympic gold medalist, Picabo Street. She has interviewed professional athletes and sports celebrities including Oriole players Chris Davis, Adam Jones, Zach Britton, former Oriole Jim Palmer, Hall of Fame golfers Tom Watson, Gary Player, and Annika Sorenstam.
“My life in sports has prepared me to be a broadcaster including playing six different varsity sports in High School, 3 NCAA DI Final Fours in soccer at UMASS Amherst, five years as DI soccer head coach at UMBC, ten years hosting a live sports talk radio show and twenty years as a golf teaching professional (5 in the LPGA T&CP).”