Sept. 3, 2010
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Maryland has announced long-time `Voice of D.C. United' Tony Limarzi and former Terp assistant coach Jeff Rohrman will comprise the crew for TerpsTV live webcasts of home games this fall.
Rohrman was an assistant for the Terps from 1995-2002 before heading to the University of Wisconsin, where he served as head coach from 2002-2008. Rohrman, who will provide color analysis, is currently the technical director of the Potomac Soccer Association.
Limarzi began his broadcasting career in 2000, working Maryland head coach Sasho Cirovski on internet broadcasts of the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament and has been the `Voice of D.C. United' since 2003. Limarzi has worked as radio and television play-by-play announcer, while also being a major contributor to the video production of the United's website.
"We are thrilled to announce Jeff and Tony as our crew for live webcasting this fall," Cirovski said. "We believe our fans will thoroughly enjoy watching the Terps and benefit from the in-depth knowledge of both of these accomplished soccer insiders."
Fans will be able to watch every Maryland men's soccer regular season home game live from their computer this season with a subscription to TerpsTV on umterps.com. Premium TerpsTV programming requires a subscription which ranges from $9.95 monthly to $79.95 annually for all content. To sign up, log on to www.umterps.com/allaccess/.