Director of Multimedia
Hired in December 2015, Jon Weaver is responsible for the coordination and improved production of the league’s streaming efforts, including the Men’s and Women’s National Collegiate Club Championship, CWPA Championship, Men’s Division III Collegiate Club and Women’s Division III Championship. In addition, he will oversee the production of video content for the league’s website and advertising for the league’s primary sponsors, KAP7 and Turbo.
He brings experience on both the collegiate and professional levels to the organization, including past service to the league as a video production intern from January 2014 until his appointment as Director of Multimedia.
Weaver previously served as a video production intern with the Lancaster Barnstormers, an independent league baseball team located in Lancaster, Pa., during the months of May-to-June 2015. While with the Barnstormers, he produced and directed game day media from the press box control room; worked with the public address announcer, music, cameras and game day emcee to provide an energetic game day experience; organized and established content prior to home games; and edited commercials and highlight videos for in-game and online content.
A 2016 graduate of Temple University with a degree in Media Studies and Production, he served as a cameraman for live sports events at the Liacouras Center and McGonigle Hall, he serves as a cameraman and Technical Director for OwlsTV in addition to performing the duties of cameraman, Technical Director, Producer and Writer for OwlSports Update, a show covering Temple athletics.
Scott Hoopes is part of the CWPA’s Remote Announcer Team. His responsibilities include play by play announcing, producing, and running the CWPA’s live remote streams. A 2016 Connecticut School of Broadcasting graduate, Hoopes focused in the areas of Television and Radio Studio Operations, Digital Audio, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Audition, Broadcast Journalism, Promotions and Sports, during his time at CSB.
Hoopes has also been involved with the CWPA’s Multimedia Department in the position of public address announcer for the 2017 Women’s National Collegiate Club Championship tournament at the University of Pittsburgh. Hoopes is also employed at the United State Traffic Network located in Malvern, Pa where he complies, checks, and reports traffic information to CBS Radio and Television.
Hoopes is also an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America and currently resides in Downingtown, Pa.
Scott Hoopes Play-by-Play Action
Scott S.D. Weiss
Scott Samuel David Weiss is part of the CWPA’s Remote Announcer Team; he joined in Sept. 2016. His responsbilities include play-by-play announcing, producing, and running the CWPA’s live remote streams. Weiss has also been involved with CWPA’s multimedia department, which includes transferring content from CWPA’s previous website to the current collegiatewaterpolo.org, updating the men’s and women’s club databases, and serving as camera operator and public address announcer at the 2017 Division III Men’s Collegiate Club Championship tournament at Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT.
Also employed by the Colonial School District (Plymouth Meeting, Pa.), Weiss announces Plymouth Whitemarsh High School varsity sporting events for Colonial Instructional Television. Sports CITV covers: football, soccer, field hockey, volleyball, basketball, swimming, wrestling, bowling, baseball, softball, and lacrosse. Weiss graduated from PW in 2011.
He’s even called play-by-play at the 2018 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships on ECAC Network.
A Temple University 2015 journalism alumnus, Weiss has experience in announcing sporting events and narrating voice-overs, writing articles, editing audio/video, inserting content on websites, and operating video camera. He enjoys talking about sports, providing statistics and backgrounds, constantly updating the time and score, and his enthusiasm keeps the audience well-informed and interested in continuing to tune-in.
Weiss is known for his catchphrase, “BOOM SHAKA LAKA!”, after goals.
Scott S.D. Weiss Play-by-Play Action