Archive for the ‘Donnie Dwyer’ category

One on One with Senior Forward Chris Gaston

January 9, 2013

The Sports Cycle and TV 6’s Donnie Dwyer has a one on one interview with Chris Gaston about the season so far, the injury, his leadership with the team, the NBA Draft in June, and his long legacy

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I am back folks, sorry for the long delay…

August 2, 2012

Hey Sports Cycle fans, I am back. I started working as the Sports Anchor/Reporter at WLUC-TV 6 in Marquette, Michigan. You can check out my stuff on YouTube or at Uppermichiganssource.com. I have a lot to display in the next coming weeks with videos and posts that will make you very happy. So I am back in action and I hope you are all ready to read. Thanks for sticking with me. I won’t disappoint…

2011-2012 Fordham Basketball Season Highlight Video

June 4, 2012

Fordham Men’s Basketball team went 10-19 overall and 3-13 during the Atlantic 10 conference season. The team was led by Chris Gaston who was averaging 17.1 ppg and 9.9 rpg. The Rams look to compete and be at the top of the Atlantic 10 next season.

CBS 58 Donnie Dwyer Live Shot at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show

April 3, 2012

CBS 58 Sports intern Donnie Dwyer does a live shot at the Sports Show in the Expo Center in West Allis. The show was over a 5 day span and it prepared outdoor sports fans for the great spring and summer ahead. Check out more on Sports Fanatics which is Sunday on CBS 58 at 10:30am

#7 Marquette beats #12 Georgetown 83-69 on Senior Day

March 4, 2012

Donnie Dwyer reports from the Bradley Center on Marquette’s Senior Day as the fans say Goodbye to Jae Crowder and Darius Johnson Odom…

I look up to Fordham’s Chris Gaston, but he can’t keep doing this…

February 23, 2012

Hey Fordham Basketball Fans! It’s a rough morning to wake up and realize that your favorite team has lost to St. Bonaventure by 26 at home. It’s time for me to rant and write about my favorite player Chris Gaston.

(AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)

The reason I love Chris Gaston is because he is a star talent who fights and wills his way into the lane for rebounds, points, and attempts to the free throw line. This year, he became an integral part to the Maroon-White zone that worked during that winning stretch over Georgia Tech and Harvard. Now, where has he gone?

This is a Chris Gaston who has been suspended for a game for throwing back punches at a URI player and violating team rules. Is Chris Gaston just sick of losing? Is he sick of doing everything Coach Pecora says because frankly, it hasn’t been working? Honestly, I don’t have the answer but what I do know is that he needs to be a leader and he cannot give up on his team like this.

Every press game conference when I interviewed Chris he said, “I want to be a leader. I wanted to communicate with everyone.” Chris, where is that communication? Where has it gone? Honestly, I think it has gone to his head and that is what has caused him to be in the trouble he has been in.

With three games left in the conference, he has to leave it all on the floor. He has to make Fordham fans and also scouts around the nation realize that he is the best player at Fordham and he can will them to wins in the Atlantic 10.

In Chris’s behalf I have to say that he has gone through a tough road with changing coaches, a 41 game losing conference streak, and never making it to the Atlantic 10 tournament in his career. But you can’t give up on the team.

I watched the feature YES network did on Chris and the whole team looks to #33 for everything. They look to him for advice, leadership, guidance, and production. Now, with three games left Chris, show your team and yourself that you can do all of that and be a First Team All-Atlantic 10 player.

I am not knocking Chris at all. I am writing this to and for Chris to realize that he has a number one fan right here in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I am a Senior who should be worrying about jobs, life, and my future but I also care about Fordham Basketball. The team and the program is part of a family to me and when someone gets down, someone needs to pull him out.

So Chris, if you read this, work your tail off and be the best leader you can be. I look up to you every single day you step out on that floor and produce a double-double. Don’t let this funk get to you. Keep working hard and remember, “Quitters never win and winners never quit.” La Salle is this Saturday, what are you going to bring to the table…

Donnie Dwyer Resume Tape

February 20, 2012

Here is my Resume Tape Sports Fans. Trying to make it in the world of television and wanted to show you my work and my progress. Tell me what you think?


My name is Donnie Dwyer. I am a graduating Senior at Marquette University 2012. I am from Hawthorne, New York. My email is Donald.Dwyer@marquette.edu. I majored in Broadcast and Electronic Communication with a focus in Marketing.