Tyler Trumbauer is used to wearing many hats, but you’ll rarely see him sporting a baseball cap. Trumbauer is a native of Walnutport, Pennsylvania, who currently resides in Breinigsville, Pennsylvania, roughly 90 minutes north of Philadelphia.
Trumbauer has done a little bit of everything in the communications field, but currently serves as a Public Relations and Communications Assistant at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Breinigsville, Pennsylvania. Additionally, he dabbles in business management for the facility as well.
Also, Trumbauer attends Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pennsylvania where he majors in Communication Studies. Additionally, he is double-minoring in Public Relations as well as Digital Communication and New Media.
Before that chapter of his life began at the end of 2015, Trumbauer attended Edinboro University located in Edinboro, Pennsylvania, which is about 20 minutes south of Erie, Pennsylvania, in the northwest corner of the state. Trumbauer majored in journalism and public relations with a concentration in journalism.
At the Boro, Trumbauer passed the time as the Sports Editor for The Spectator, the student-run campus newspaper that also serves the Edinboro community and the Sports Director for Edinboro Television, the student-run campus television which also broadcasts to thousands of homes in the Edinboro community. Additionally, he was the Sports Director for WFSE 88.9-FM Fighting Scots Radio, the university’s student-run television station. Trumbauer also was a member of Edinboro University’s Sports Information Department, providing video services, such as highlight packages, video interviews, feature pieces and more.
In addition to serving as Sports Director for WFSE 88.9-FM, Trumbauer co-hosted the station’s premiere sports talk show, The Morning After, which aired weekdays, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., with a daily podcast available as well. Also, Trumbauer served as the color commentator for the entire 2014-15 season for Edinboro men’s and women’s basketball, the 2015 football season and the fall portion of the 2015-16 men’s and women’s basketball season for WFSE. Additionally, provided play-by-play for women’s soccer and women’s volleyball for the station.
Before becoming a Fighting Scot, Trumbauer graduated from Northern Lehigh High School in Slatington, Pennsylvania, where he served as Class President for all four years, anchored the Dog Dish morning news television show for two years and served as a Staff Writer for The Slate, the high school’s student newspaper for two years.
Also, Trumbauer is a Freelance Correspondent for Pencor Services’s print division, which includes the Times News in Lehighton, Pennsylvania and its various weekly papers serving different school districts in the Lehigh Valley area.
Over the years, Trumbauer has been published in the Town & Country Gazette, The Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania, examiner.com and section215.com, a sports blog on the well-known FanSided Network, about everything Philadelphia professional sports.
In his free time, Trumbauer likes to work on his golf game and fulfill his love for food.