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    Dave Eanet
    Dave Eanet

    Pioneer Era:
    2004 Inductee


    WGN Radio, Northwestern Agree to Three-Year Broadcast Extension

    Deal keeps WGN as flagship station for NU football, men's basketball through 2015-16


    Northwestern Coaches' Caravan Coming to Harry Caray's July 23!

    Join Jim Phillips and five NU coaches for a night in downtown Chicago


    Wildcat Insider Airs Sunday Afternoon on WGN Radio

    This week's edition features Chicago Tribune columnist David Haugh


    Wildcat Insider Airs Friday Night on WGN Radio

    This week's special guest is recent 2012 NU Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, Brad Traviolia


    Special Live Wildcat Insider Airs Sunday Night

    Women's soccer head coach Michael Moynihan will join Dave Eanet following the NU men's basketball game

    The "Voice of the Wildcats," Eanet has become one of the most respected radio play-by-play personalities in college athletics. He performs his duties with a great deal of passion and brings exceptional enthusiasm to the radio booth.

    Eanet, sports director at WGN, has been the play-by-play voice of Northwestern football since 1990. Since 1996, Eanet has been the voice of Wildcat basketball. The graduate of NU's Medill School of Journalism has been honored for sports reporting and play-by-play coverage from many organizations, including the Associated Press, United Press International, Illinois Broadcasters Association and the Chicago Headline Club.

    He has received numerous accolades throughout his career, including the Silver Dome Award for "Best Play-by-Play in Sports." The award is given by the Illinois Broadcasters Association.

    Eanet was honored by the Northwestern Gridiron Network (NGN) in 2000 for his efforts on behalf of Northwestern football, and he was made an honorary member of Northwestern's N Club in 2002. He also has handled pre- and post-game broadcasts for the Chicago Bears and Cubs, is the voice of Big Ten Women's Basketball for Big Ten broadcasts, and is frequently seen as sports anchor on WGN-TV.