Warriors Radio Announcer Tim Roye Inducted Into Utica College Hall Of Fame
Alumni And Former Sports Director Honored For Lifetime Achievements

Warriors broadcaster Tim Roye has been inducted into the Utica College Pioneer Athletic Hall of Fame.
Golden State Warriors radio play-by-play announcer Tim Roye has been inducted into the Utica College Pioneer Athletic Hall of Fame, it was announced during a special ceremony on Tuesday in Utica, New York, for his lifetime achievements in sports. Roye, an alumni of Utica College (1977-81), spent eight years (1978-86) as the sports director at Utica’s WIBX/WNYZ radio station.

Roye is currently in his 18th season of handling the play-by-play duties for all Warriors radio broadcasts on KNBR (680 AM & 1050 AM), the club’s flagship station. Roye also continues to host a weekly one-hour program on KNBR, "Warriors Weekly Roundtable," throughout the basketball season as well as the Warriors’ pregame and postgame shows.

Utica College’s Pioneer Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 2008 to celebrate the dedicated student-athletes, coaches, administrators, and benefactors whose extraordinary achievements express the values of Utica College in the spirit of competition within a lifelong learning environment. The 2013 induction class included the Roye, along with late 90's Utica College softball standouts: Dena Frydman '98 and Bobby McMail Simon '98, one of the most prolific shooters in the history of the UC men's basketball program: Justin Cichon '06, and the most decorated swimmer in program-history: Penny Armstrong Acree '83.

For more information on the Utica College Pioneer Athletic Hall of Fame, visit http://www.ucpioneers.com/hof.aspx

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