Beginning his 18th season as the “Voice of Spartan Hockey”, Scott Moore is the Spartan Network's "Jack of all Trades" having worked both on and behind the scenes on Football, Mens and Womens Basketball, Baseball and Softball games in addition to calling MSU Hockey games since the 1997-98 season. With the Hockey team he's been to the NCAA Tournament 10 times, including 2007 when the Spartans won the National Championship. During the 2014-15 season, he will broadcast his 700th career Spartan Hockey game.
An original member of the Spartan Sports Network, Scott first served as the broadcast host for football and men’s basketball broadcasts starting in 1992. Then in 1997 he added the play-by-play duties for MSU Hockey. In addition to Hockey game broadcasts, he also hosts the weekly Tom Anastos Show.
As part of the Spartan Network family, Scott has helped broadcast some of the highest profile athletic events in MSU history, including two outdoor hockey games, “The Cold War” and "The Big Chill at the Big House" against Michigan and “The Basket Bowl” men's basketball game versus Kentucky from Ford Field. All three set world records for attendance. In 2013 Scott and his broadcast partner, Rob Woodward, won the Michigan Association of Broadcasters "Best In Category" award for their Play by Play of Spartan Hockey.Scott has broadcast a wide variety of sports at the amateur, high school, collegiate and professional levels on both television and radio. Between 2000 and 2002 he was the radio voice of the Lansing Lugnuts minor league baseball team.