Jake Zivin

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Name: Jake Zivin
Date registered: April 16, 2012

Biography

Jake Zivin is the Sports Director of KEZI 9 News. He has been with KEZI 9 News since 2010, originally as a Sports Anchor/Reporter, before becoming the Sports Director in April 2012. Before coming to Western Oregon, Jake was the Sports Director at KECI-TV in Missoula, Montana. He spent three years with the NBC group of stations in Western Montana, starting his career in Butte, Montana, as a Sports/News Reporter for KTVM-TV. After nine months in the Mining City, he became the interim news anchor for KTVM in Bozeman before moving to Missoula to become the Sports Director of KECI and NBC Montana. Jake was born and raised in Evanston, Illinois, and graduated from Carleton College in 2007 with a degree in Mathematics. While at Carleton, he was the play-by-play voice of the Knights for four years, worked in the sports information department, and was the Editor-in-Chief of The Carletonian -- the school's student newspaper. Also during his college years, Jake interned in the broadcasting department of Major League Soccer, becoming the Clock & Score Operator for ABC/ESPN's broadcasts of MLS and the U.S. National Team. During his junior and senior years he worked on many soccer game broadcasts by ESPN, including two MLS All-Star games, an MLS Cup, and a World Cup qualifier. Jake loves covering sports in Western Oregon, and thinks it's pretty special being able to cover two Pac-12 teams at the same time. He is a die-hard Chicago sports fan, and when he's not working you can probably find him managing his fantasy MLS team.

Latest posts

  1. Web Extra: Day 2 at NCAA Championship — June 12, 2014
  2. SSE: 1-on-1 With Wayne Tinkle — June 8, 2014
  3. Web Extra: On Del Rio; Grimble on Loyd — April 11, 2014
  4. Ducks in Milwaukee: Our Game Previews — March 19, 2014
  5. Ducks Sweep Indoor National Titles — March 15, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Chip Kelly Speaks At Eugene Airport — 3 comments
  2. Web Extra: Kelly, Buckner, Hart (9/5/12) — 2 comments
  3. NCAA to Reveal UO’s Sanctions — 1 comment
  4. A Conversation With Jordan Hasay — 1 comment
  5. Mariota Likes Living Low Key — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Web Extra: Jackson, Washington

Oregon Safety Brian Jackson: Oregon Defensive End Tony Washington:

Bowlin’ Beavs: OSU Beats Cal To Go 6-1

Courtesy: Oregon State Sports Information BERKELEY, Calif. – Brandin Cooks caught 13 passes for 232 yards and Sean Mannion passed for 481 yards and four scores as the Beavers became bowl eligible with a 49-17 win over California Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. The Beavers improved to 6-1 on the year and 4-0 in Pac-12 Conference play. The win … Continue reading »

Pretty In Pink: Ducks Trounce WSU, 62-38

Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information EUGENE, Ore.  - Marcus Mariota threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another as No. 2 Oregon overcame the prolific passing of Connor Halliday for a 62-38 victory over Washington State on Saturday night. Mariota kicked things off with a 57-yard scoring dash on the first series of the game … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Helfrich On Pink Helmets

Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich on the team’s pink helmets: Oregon Defensive Lineman Taylor Hart on the team’s pink helmets:

Web Extra: Helfrich and Jackson

Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Safety Brian Jackson:

Friday Night Blitz – October 11th

On the October 11th edition of Friday Night Blitz, #6 Sheldon hosts #10 Roseburg in a game that could send one team out of the conference title hunt. Elsewhere, undefeated teams in 4A and 3A try to stay that way, and a full rundown of Midwestern and Mid-Willamette league action.

Web Extra: Banker, Langsdorf, Cavanaugh

Oregon State Defensive Coordinator Mark Banker: Oregon State Offensive Coordinator Danny Langsdorf: Oregon State Offensive Line Coach Mike Cavanaugh: Oregon State Running Back Coach Chris Brasfield:

SSE: Lindsay Schnell On Beavers

The Oregonian’s Lindsay Schnell joins Jake Zivin on KEZI 9′s Bi-Mart Presents: Sunday Sports Extra to assess Oregon State during its bye week.

Web Extra: Helfrich, Aliotti, Prevot

Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti: Linebacker Torrodney Prevot: Tight End Evan Baylis:

Web Extra: Campbell, DAT on Ankle Injury

Oregon Running Back De’Anthony Thomas: Oregon Running Backs Coach Gary Campbell: Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti: Oregon Safety Avery Patterson:

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