Career highlights of former Interns

Occasionally parents, friends, or previous Commodore interns share highlights of their sports-​related careers with us …

~Updates Submitted 2018~

Gabrielle Lucivero worked as the play-​by-​play/​color commentator for the Falmouth Commodores during the 2013 season and returned as the first ever Commodores Field Reporter in 2014. She now works as a sports multimedia journalist and anchor for NBC Connecticut in West Hartford, covering New York to Boston pro teams as well as high school athletics, all as a one-​woman-​band. That’s right, she carries all that gear, and uses it too! One big bonus is that Gabrielle gets to see some familiar CCBL names passing through Dunkin Donuts Park with the Hartford Yard Goats. Go ‘Dores!

Joss Hess, our 2016 Play by Play Intern broadcaster, is currently providing play-​by-​play for all 70 home and select road games on the radio and assisting with media relations (i.e. writing press releases, games notes and serving as a liaison between the media and players among other duties) as the Broadcast and Media Relations Assistant at Dayton Dragons Professional Baseball. The Dragons hold the record for the most consecutive sellouts in American pro sports at over 1,200 games and counting, making this a very exciting and electric atmosphere for baseball! (Submitted by Deb Brocklebank, January 2018)


Brittany Gray was a 2015 Field Intern and is now an Account Executive with the El Paso Chihuahuas, the Triple-​A team for the San Diego Padres. The Chihuahuas have been the PCL Champs for 2 years running and Division Champs for 3 years.


Ryan Delaney, a 2015 Scouting Intern, is currently an assistant in the player development department for the San Diego Padres. He previously worked in the Houston Astros organization as a minor league video apprentice at Triple-​A Fresno during the Astros WS Championship 2017 season.

~Updates Submitted 2017~

Chris Picher, a former 2016 broadcast intern for the Commodores, has accepted a job to work for the Stockton Heat in minor league hockey on the west coast. He will be announcing and directing the team’s broadcasting and new media content in the AHL. (Submitted by Deb Brocklebank, September 2017)



David Lauterbach, a 2013 & 2014 broadcasting intern with the Falmouth Commodores, now holds the position of Broadcasting Associate — Assignment Desk with MLB/​NHL Network. His tasks include research and content for various MLB and NHL network shows as well as working with the talent and attending production meetings for the network.

Destini Dulin, former 2017 Field Day Ops Intern, is currently employed with the University of Arkansas Razorbacks in their Student-​Athlete Development Department. Her primary responsibility is to assist athletes in preparing for life after college in the areas of personal development, career development and community outreach. (Submitted by Destini Dulin, October 2017)

Chris Curtis, a 2011 Intern for the Falmouth Commodores, is currently the scouting video coordinator for the Toronto Blue Jays. Chris has also work in the Yankees, Red Sox and Giants organizations and was a host brother to major league player Chad Bettis and Nate Karns.



Brynn Foley, Commodores 2015 on field reporter, works for the MLB network.


Erin Cronin, a 2015 Field Intern and 2016 Lead Intern, is currently working with the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference as an administrative fellow. She works closely with the Championships staff assisting in the operations of 17 MAAC Championships and special events, as well as MAAC community outreach programs, and day to day administrative tasks. (Submitted by Erin Cronin, September 2017)

Mike Couzens got his start in play by play with the Falmouth Commodores as a broadcast intern during the 2008 and 2009 seasons. He is currently a Play-​by-​Play Broadcaster for ESPN, for college football, men’s & women’s college basketball, AAU/​High school basket ball on ESP, ESPN2, ESPNU, the SEC Network and ESPN3.  Mike returned to Falmouth this summer to participate in the Pat’s Loftus dedication. (Submitted by Deb Brocklebank 9/​2017)

Taylor Snow, a former 2012 videographer intern, is currently the digital production coordinator and lead in-​house reporter for the Boston Celtics. He travels with the team and produces daily content features for Taylor also had two years of writing experience with the Boston Globe. (Submitted by Taylor, September 2017)