Mark Rogondino enters his third season as a member of the Los Angeles Clippers’ broadcast team, serving primarily as the host for Clippers Live pre and post-game shows. In addition, Rogondino is often seen on the hardwood as sideline reporter and steps in to host Clippers Weekly.
Beyond his NBA duties, Rogondino is the host for the Anaheim Ducks on their pre and postgame shows, also airing on Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket. A triple sports threat for FSW, on Friday nights in the fall and winter Rogondino hits the gridiron as the play-by-play talent for the CIF Southern Section High School Football game of the week. Prior to joining the Fox Sports West family, the Southern California native became known as one of soccer’s most recognizable voices and has been in the booth calling the “beautiful game” for more than 14 years. Rogondino continues to lend his voice and expertise to various professional leagues and competitions from around the world of soccer for Fox Sports
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Before moving to his NBA and NHL hosting duties, Rogondino was a member of the Los Angeles Galaxy broadcast team, beginning in 2005. Affectionately called “Rogo”, the San Diego native called both the 2011 and 2012 Galaxy Championship seasons, taking the helm as the lead play-by-play announcer. In his final season with the MLS powerhouse he was joined by legendary UCLA Soccer and former Los Angeles Galaxy great, Cobi Jones.
Over the course of his broadcast career, Rogondino has lent his talents to the Pac-12 Network, CBS Sports, The Mountain Network, Time Warner Cable SportsNet and various Comcast Sports’ outlets. With a passion for football, Rogondino has called Arena Football league games and was the host for “Prep Zone” for Fox Sports West.
Rogondino’s first foray into sports broadcasting was in 2000 when he became the play-by-play voice of the San Diego Sockers, a team he grew up supporting as a youngster. On the field, Rogondino was a collegiate goalkeeper at San Diego State University.
Never too far from the pitch, Rogondino continues to play in a men’s soccer league in South Orange County where he lives with his wife Tiffany, daughter Averi and son Colton.