Jordan Strack

Jordan Strack is the sports director at WTOL. He joined the station in November of 2008. Jordan has always wanted to be a sports broadcaster -- when he was 6 his dad took him to Toledo Storm games and he called the play-by-play from the stands. One of his favorite memories is getting to interview the legendary voice of Detroit Tigers baseball, Ernie Harwell. Jordan knows Northwest Ohio sports. He grew up here. He played four seasons of hockey for Maumee High School, and he graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in journalism. Now he coaches Little League Baseball in Maumee and spends time with his family and friends. If he's not creating a sports broadcast, he's probably watching the Falcons, the Wolverines, the Tigers, the Red Wings, the Bulls or the Bills.

Recent Articles by Jordan

  Local man breaks Guiness world record of three-pointers in one minute

  Otsego Swimmer overcomes the odds

  Former WTOL Anchor Jerry Anderson still heavily involved in the community even after retirement

Athlete of the Week: Roby Fairchild

  Athlete of the Week: Aeron Evans

  UT Rockets fall to Florida International University 35-32 in Bahamas

  Rockets get down to business in paradise

Mic’d up: Anthony Wayne head coach gives behind-the-scenes look during regional semifinal game

6-year-old with cerebral palsy gets Halloween surprise from Walleye defenseman

  Waite High School football team is the biggest fan of their biggest fan

  Scott High School’s Mark Weaver is more than a coach to players

  Former Toledo Goaldigger, Brian Kinsella, passes away at 64

  Ottawa Hills golfer going to State

Rossford athlete finds safe haven in football

  Rossford athlete finds safe haven in football

  Rossford High School prepares to open temporary school facility at Owens Community College

Whiteford Bobcats looking to repeat as state champions

Bedford Kicking Mules have high hopes for upcoming football season

  Start Spartans return more than 30 seniors this season

  Liberty-Benton has high expectations with a young team