Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations

Nate Gatter is the “Voice of the Grizzlies” and enters his second season with the Grizzlies broadcast team in 2018. Gatter is the lead play-by-play broadcaster on the Grizzlies Media Network and also serves as the primary talent for Grizzlies TV segments and appearances.

Last May, Gatter was announced as the 2017 recipient of the Jim Nantz Award, presented annually by Sportscasters Talent Agency of America (STAA) to the nation's most outstanding collegiate sportscaster.

Gatter is also a play-by-play broadcaster for SEC Network Plus television coverage of Missouri Tigers baseball, softball, volleyball and women's soccer.

Previously, Gatter called football and men’s basketball for Lincoln University (Division II) in Jefferson City for two years. He has also broadcast Westminster College men’s basketball (Division III) and Missouri Baptist men’s lacrosse (NAIA). Prior to joining the Grizzlies, Gatter spent three seasons as a play-by-play broadcaster in summer collegiate baseball, including stops with the Northwoods League's Wisconsin Woodchucks in 2016 and the Orleans Firebirds of the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League in 2015.

The Clayton native graduated from the University of Missouri in December 2017. While at Mizzou, Gatter called Tigers football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and women’s soccer on 88.1 KCOU. He also served as the station’s assistant sports director for live content and play-by-play, charged with developing younger broadcasters. Off the air, Gatter worked for Mizzou’s student newspaper, The Maneater, and his work garnered multiple awards: National Story of the Year in Opinion/Editorial from the Associated Collegiate Press, and Best Sports Column from the Missouri College Media Association.

Fans can follow Nate on Twitter at @NateGatter.



Broadcast/Media Relations Assistant

Scott Mandziara enters his first season with the Grizzlies broadcast team in 2018. A recent graduate of Lindenwood University, Mandziara assists in day-to-day media relations duties and serves as Gateway's No. 2 broadcaster for all home games. He also contributes to content on and the Grizzlies' social media channels.

In addition to his work with the Grizzlies, Mandziara is a board operator and fill-in producer at 101ESPN (WXOS) in St. Louis. He has also worked in an on-air capacity for St. Louis-area high school football broadcasts, and called Lindenwood Lions football, men's basketball, baseball and soccer.

Follow Scott on Twitter: @Smandziara2