Baseball Operations Interns
General Manager Interns
Gabe Gross is a rising Junior at Bucknell University from Avon, Connecticut where he graduated from Avon Old Farms School. He is a Markets, Innovation, and Design major and is a member of the club baseball team on campus. Additionally, he serves as the Intern of Operations and Marketing for Bucknell Athletics, responsible for coordinating game-day logistics, scheduling, and staffing. Gabe has previously worked for the Hartford Wolf Pack, the AHL affiliate of the New York Rangers and the Hartford Athletic in the USL.
Mike is returning for his eighth year with the Commodores. He was a batboy for four years before taking on the role of Clubhouse Intern two years ago. He and his family enjoy hosting players. Mike is currently a rising Sophomore at Assumption University. During his high school years at Xaverian Brothers in Westwood, Massachusetts, he managed the varsity baseball team. He enjoys playing baseball, hockey, and golf, and works as a hockey referee.
Rebekah is a rising Junior at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts. She is majoring in Economics and double minoring in Business Administration and Latin. She is also an infielder for the Wheaton softball team. She volunteers as a hitting coach for a local club softball team and helps to run softball clinics around her community. Rebekah is a graduate of Taunton High School and grew up spending her summers in Falmouth, where her father grew up and her grandmother currently resides. She aspires to work in baseball operations for a MLB team.
Administrative/ Event Management Intern
Jack Gordon is a rising Senior at Louisiana State University majoring in Sports Administration and Commerce. He is originally from Haverhill, Massachusetts but moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida at a young age. Last summer he worked as an intern in Bismarck, ND for a summer collegiate baseball team in the Northwoods League. Jack’s friends refer to him as Jackie G or JG and he is a die-hard New England sports fan. He likes to be active, around nature, and travel. This is his first summer with the Commodores and he is excited to be a part of such great history and tradition.
Colleen Goonan is a rising junior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, majoring in Sport Management at the Isenberg School of Management. She is from Boston and has lived in Falmouth for the past 2 summers waitressing at Shipwrecked (Previously BBC). At UMass, Colleen is a member of the club softball team, McCormack Student Leaders, and Women in Sport Management. She is so excited to start her first summer with the Commodores!
Broadcast & Media Interns
Sean Oldread is a rising Senior at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst from Wilbraham, MA. He is a double major in Communications and Political Science. Sean covers UMass Football and Men’s Basketball for 91.1 WMUA and has experience doing PxP, Color, as well as producing and engineering radio broadcasts and shows. Sean is a huge baseball fan, who grew up attending games on the Cape. His interests outside of baseball consist of movies, music and hanging out at the beach. This will be Sean’s second summer with the Commodores and is excited to get back to the Guv. Go ‘Dores!
Video Graphics / Audio Technician
Connor McDonald is a Sophomore at Endicott College and a native of Quincy, Massachusetts. He is majoring in Marketing, has a minor in graphic design, and also a pitcher on the Endicott College baseball team. He graduated from Boston College High School. His family recently purchased a summer home in Falmouth. Connor enjoys watching all Boston sports and also plays golf in his free time. This will be Connor’s first year as an intern and is very excited to spend the summer in Falmouth and gain new skills.
Trey Redfield is a junior at Syracuse University, coming from Holly Springs, North Carolina. At SU, Trey is always out and about, serving as a sports and news anchor at CitrusTV, along with being in the broadcasting booth for ACC Network Extra, 89.1 WJPZ-FM Syracuse, 88.3 WAER-FM Syracuse, CNY Stream and Colgate Athletics. Last summer, Trey was the broadcast and media relations assistant for the Coastal Plain League’s Morehead City Marlins, doing play-by-play and color commentary. In his free time, Trey enjoys working out, going to the beach, spending time with friends and family and watching the Boston Red Sox — especially when he’s in New England. Broadcasting on the Cape has always been a dream of Trey’s, and he is more than excited to open the ‘dore to the Falmouth faithful this summer!
Carter is a rising senior at Syracuse University from Nashville, Tennessee. He is a Broadcast & Digital Journalism major at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a minor in Sport Management. Carter has play-by-play experience dating back to 2015 and is an avid baseball fan. He is a fan of the Miami Dolphins, Chicago Cubs, and Nashville Predators. This summer, Carter hopes to improve his broadcasting skills both in the booth and down on the field, all while taking in the Cape for the first time and learning in a professional setting.
Logan is a rising junior at California Lutheran University. Logan is the lead play-by-play voice for California Lutheran University’s basketball, volleyball, softball, and baseball. After serving as a public address announcer in the California Collegiate Baseball League, Logan was hired as the backup for the Ontario Reign, the AHL minor league affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings. He also had a radio show on the campus station, talking about all aspects of division three sports. This summer, Soforenko looks to better his broadcasting abilities and surround himself with some of the best talent in the nation.
Tommy Mumau is a rising senior Sports Media major at Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School of Communications. He is entering his second season as the web reporter with the Commodores. Tommy covers Ithaca Bombers athletics as a Sports Editor for the college’s newspaper, The Ithacan, and is a co-host of “On the Mound,” a baseball talk show that airs on VIC radio. He also covered baseball for two summers as an intern with the Utica Blue Sox, in his hometown of Utica, NY. Tommy is looking forward to another great summer in Falmouth.
Social Media Reporter
Charlotte Macht is studying Journalism at the University of Miami. She grew up in Massachusetts and has summered in Falmouth since she was born. For the past four summers she has worked as a Falmouth Lifeguard for the public beaches. When it comes to sports, she is a loyal Boston fan, go Red Sox!
Returning to the ‘Dores for her third season, Meghan Murphy is the lead team photographer. Elevating from her photography internships in 2019 and 2021, Meghan looks forward to collaborating with the media team to develop new and exciting visual content. Originally from Amherst, NH, Meghan graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2020 with a B.A. in English/Journalism, and a multimedia portfolio curated from the athletics, and marketing departments. Meghan lives with her family in North Falmouth, where she has built her freelance photography brand specializing in action and lifestyle work. Meghan has produced feature content for Cape Cod Life magazine, the NWHL Boston Pride, and New England Fights, as well as assisted on production for the New York Knicks and the Bolt Creative Group. She is eager to continue helping share authentic stories, and collaborate with passionate creators.
Ellie Fideli is a rising sophomore at Purdue University majoring in Film and Video Production. Outside the classroom Ellie enjoys participating in intramural athletics, sorority activities, and spending time with her friends. Originally from Hingham, MA, Ellie’s family have been long time summer residents in North Falmouth. Growing up on the Cape, she has attended countless Commodores games. Ellie is anxious to begin her professional career and is excited to get hands-on experience in the field this summer!
Brendan is a junior attending Sacred Heart University studying Sports Communication and Media with minors in Sports Management and Journalism. He is from Westchester County New York and loves all New York sports and teams. He has been a baseball fan his entire life and has been attending Cape Cod Baseball games since he was a kid. He’s excited to work for the Commodores this summer and gain more experience in the Sports Media field.
Carson Depp is a sophomore at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is currently a sports journalism major and is involved with the Daily Collegian on campus where he covers UMass athletics. His interest in sports videography was sparked in high school when he volunteered with Darien Athletic Foundation Media, helping to film and broadcast varsity sporting events. Carson is excited about the opportunity of interning for the Commodores this summer and learning more about videography.
Public Address Announcer & Scoreboard
Daniel Fox is a sophomore sports media major at Ithaca College. He lives in Maplewood,
New Jersey. He is a huge Red Sox fan and an avid Tom Brady supporter.
Game Day Operations Interns
John Cowles is a rising junior at UMass Amherst from Wilbraham, Massachusetts. He is studying OIM and Sport Management and is part of the McCormack Student Leaders Club, McCormack Strategy and Analytics Club, and Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. This is his second year working with the Cape Cod Baseball League, first with the Falmouth Commodores. His interests are listening to music, playing cards, and playing pickup basketball. John also works with the Pioneer Valley Tip-Off Data Analytics team where he takes in depth stats during basketball games, analyzes the stats, and then provides feedback to the coaches at halftime on where they could improve based on the stats that he gathered. His goal when he graduates is to work on the business side of a sports team.
Maddie is a rising junior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is majoring in sport management and operations and information management at the Isenberg School of Management. Maddie is from Hudson, Massachusetts where she grew up playing sports and watching baseball. At UMass Amherst Maddie is a part of the Women in Sport Management Club. Maddie is excited to spend the summer in Falmouth with the Commodores!
Game Day Operation Interns
Luke Catoggio is from Massapequa, New York which is on the south shore of Long Island. He is currently a rising Senior at the University of Tampa, studying Sport Management and with a minor in Business Analytics. Luke has been working with the Tampa Bay Rays Game Day Operations Crew since the beginning of the 2021 MLB Season. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf, pickup basketball and football. When it comes to sports, Luke is a Jets, Mets and Knicks fan. This is his first season working with the Falmouth Commodores and Luke is excited to experience his first summer on the Cape.
Brian is a Sophomore at High Point University, majoring in Sports Management and minoring in Marketing. He is coming from Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina which is a small town just south of Raleigh. At High Point Brian is a member of the Club baseball team where he is primarily the teams Designated Hitter, but also gets called on to pitch occasionally in his unique submarine fashion. Last summer, Brian served as the Director of In-Game Entertainment and Fan Engagement for the Carolina Disco Turkeys, an independent summer league team who played a majority of their games against the Coastal Plains League. In his free time, Brian loves playing and watching sports, working out, watching Disney +, and spending time with family and friends. Brian is very ecstatic and eager to get to the Cape this summer for his first season with the Commodores.
Dario de Albergaria
Dario is a rising Junior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst studying Marketing and Sports Management. He hopes to work with sponsorship marketing for a large firm after he graduates. Dario is originally from Santa Barbara, California, where he got interested in baseball by going to Dodgers games and watching his high school team’s games. This is his first season working as a Game Day Operations intern with the Falmouth Commodores and he looks forward to providing a great experience for the fans.
Liam is a freshman at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He studies Sports Business and Hospitality while also competing with Concordia’s Men’s hockey program. He lives in Boston and spends summers in Mashpee. Liam has worked in sales for USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program and in the Marketing and Game-day departments for Boston College and Concordia University. He played baseball in high school and has a love for the sport. Liam is looking forward to his first season working with the Commodores.
From Barrington, Rhode Island, Ben Silvia is a rising senior at Wheaton College in Norton Massachusetts, studying Business and Management with a focus in Marketing. Ben previously worked with the Providence Pirates of the American Basketball Association, assisting them in game management operations, advertising, and as a camp administrator. Ben is hoping to get into analytics and the sports marketing field with a professional baseball, basketball or football team.
As a lifelong New Englander, Ben attended Cape League games with friends and family during the summers. This is his first year working with the Falmouth Commodores and he’s ecstatic to learn the business aspect of the game after being a former college athlete.
MaryKate is a rising junior at Merrimack College where she is majoring in Business Administration, with a concentration in Marketing. She is from Walpole MA, and has spent her summers on the Cape ever since she was born. Going to Cape Cod Baseball League games is one of MaryKate’s favorite activities to do during the summer. This is her first year as an intern for the Commodores, and she is beyond excited to spend her summer getting great work experience and meeting new people!
Max is a sophomore at the University of South Carolina majoring in sport and entertainment management with a minor in Spanish. While he does go to school in South Carolina, he lives in Falmouth, Massachusetts which has allowed him to be very familiar with Cape Cod Baseball. This is his first year working with the Commodores and he is looking forward to gaining valuable experience working with the team. His interests include watching and playing most sports, listening to music, and spending time with friends.
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