Alex Strouf.

Alex Strouf is an award-winning American sports broadcaster, currently studying Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Strouf is from Green Bay, Wisconsin and has covered multiple high school, college, semi-professional, and professional competitions. Strouf has interviewed over 750 athletes, coaches, journalists, or other individuals that hold relevance to the certain situation. He has won five first-place awards from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, including three straight for collegiate sports radio programming (’17, ’18, ’19).

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Strouf seen working on a promotional package at 90FM in September of 2018. (Photo by Theresa Yonash)

Alex is currently the station manager of 90FM at UW-Stevens Point. In his role, he helps develop fellow students on-air personalities, comfortability, and arguments, while helping shape the overall success of the largest student-run radio station in the Midwest. Strouf hosts several programs, including The Alex Strouf Podcast, Packers pre- and post-game shows on Game On WI, and collaborates with sports media personalities around the world regularly. Additionally, Strouf hosts ‘Sports Beat’ each Wednesday night, 6-7 p.m. CST, which can be heard on 90fm.org.

Previously, Strouf has written for SB Nation, Fansided, Welcome to Loud City, Dairyland Express, Sack The Point Guard, The Brillion News, Wisconsin Baseball Central, All Wisconsin Athletics and The Denmark News.

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Strouf, then 16, interviews Cincinnati Reds second baseman Scooter Gennett during his time with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2015.

Alex is currently the voice of the Green Bay Blizzard of the Indoor Football League.

Strouf began working for The Denmark News in 2014, serving as an intern, while occasionally writing game stories and conducting interviews with local athletes. In fall of 2015, Strouf was brought on as a paid employee and served as the publication’s sports editor through the fall of 2017. Strouf still often contributes to The Denmark News.

In early 2014, as a high school freshman, Alex founded All Wisconsin Athletics, which was an online sports website serving the greater Wisconsin area with insight on all college, semi-professional, and professional sports teams in the state. The website included photos, videos, podcasts, articles, and interviews. In July of 2015, the company’s operation came to a close after over 700 articles.

The truth is, the love I have for sports is enough to drive me. When you combine my passion for broadcast, you get my absolute best effort.

~Alex Strouf, October 2016