|ECU Baseball on the Pirate-IMG Radio Network
Pirate-IMG Radio Network
East Carolina's complete baseball schedule, including every potential postseason contest, can be heard in the Greenville area and online via the Pirate IMG Radio Network. Corey Gloor will call the play-by-play action, while former ECU Head Coach and Hall of Famer Dr. Gary Overton will provide expert analysis for all home games and selected road contests.
To listen to ECU baseball games, Pirate fans can tune in to WNCT 1070 AM or listen via the TuneIn App. Within the app, search for WNCT (Beach Boogie & Blues).
ECU Talent Bios
Corey Gloor is in his first year as radio broadcaster for East Carolina University baseball and the Pirate IMG Sports Network.
In addition to his role with ECU baseball, Gloor works as a coordinating producer and studio host with IMG College in Winston-Salem, NC. Since joining IMG College in August of 2014, Gloor has been the studio host and producer for Texas Christian University football and basketball broadcasts. He became host for Appalachian State University basketball in 2015. Furthermore, Gloor creates audio content for use in sports broadcasts for the Southwest Region of IMG College.
Prior to accepting his position with IMG College, Gloor was the assistant program director for the now-defunct WTJK 1380-AM, an ESPN Radio affiliate located in Janesville, WI. Beginning in January 2011, Gloor managed the day-to-day operations of the station, provided hourly sports updates, and co-hosted a daily sports talk show, `Jock Talk'.
In 2012, Gloor became the play-by-play voice of the Beloit Snappers (A), the Midwest League affiliate for the Oakland A's. He also spent time as play-by-play broadcaster and color analyst for high school football and basketball broadcasts on the station.
Gloor is a native of Rockton, IL, and obtained a bachelor's degree in business administration in December 2010 from Northern Illinois University.
Gary Overton, whose association with East Carolina University spans nearly five decades, is in his 11th year as Assistant Athletics Director for Game Operations-Facilities.
A 2004 ECU Hall of Fame Inductee and color analyst on ECU baseball radio broadcasts, Overton served as the Pirates' head baseball coach for 13 years from 1985-97 and departed from the bench as the school's all-time winningest coach with 427 victories. During his tenure in the dugout, he guided East Carolina to five NCAA Championship appearances, five Colonial Athletic Association Tournament titles and a pair of CAA regular season championships.
In addition, Overton completed an assignment on the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee in 2012 that began in 2008. He also continues to enjoy a long-standing tenure on the NCAA Division I Baseball Rules Committee and has handled annual regional tournament director duties for the organization since 2006.
From East Carolina, he earned his bachelor's degree in 1973, his master's degree the following year, and his doctorate in higher education administration in 2001.
Overton and his wife, Candace, have one daughter, Charlotte.