Trey Wilson is in his fourth season with the Curve and sixth overall on the airwaves in Minor League Baseball. Wilson joined the Curve prior to the 2015 season.
Prior to coming to Altoona, Wilson called games for the Lansing Lugnuts in Michigan, the Class-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, in the Midwest League during the 2015 season. He spent the previous year as the Director of Media Relations & Broadcasting with the Bluefield Blue jays, Toronto's Appalachian League affiliate in southern West Virginia.
Wilson held multiple positions in the athletic department at Bluefield College in Virginia from 2010 through 2015, spending parts of six years as the school's lead broadcaster for football, basketball, baseball and volleyball while helping launch the Rams Digital Sports Network and serving as the Assistant Director of New Media & Sports Information.
In 2011 and 2012, Wilson wrote for Fox Sports-affiliated Scout.com, covering minor league prospects in the Appalachian League. He also spent parts of those two years as an intern in the sports department at WVVA, an NBC-affiliate television station, where he covered Virginia Tech, Marshall and West Virginia University among other collegiate and high school programs. He has done freelance work voicing collegiate national championship events across the United States and high school state championship events in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
A native of Portsmouth, Va., Wilson enjoys traveling, U.S. history, photography and playing music. He earned a bachelor's degree in communication and journalism from Bluefield College.
Nate Bowen enters his sixth season with the Altoona Curve and his seventh season overall on the air in minor league baseball. He has also held broadcasting and media relations roles with the Northwest Arkansas Naturals (AA - Texas League), Durham Bulls (AAA - International League) and the Princeton Rays (Rookie - Appalachian League).
Bowen began his broadcasting career at Baldwin-Wallace University in 2005 and served as the broadcaster for the Division III School's football, basketball, and baseball teams through the 2009 season. In addition to being a play-by-play broadcaster, he co-founded The Morning Buzz, a daily morning show on the campus radio station WBWC 88.3 FM the Sting.
Following graduation, Bowen served as the lead broadcaster for AM 1330 WELW for local high school and college sports. During the offseason he broadcasts local high school football and basketball in the Altoona Area for AM 1400 WWGE, and he serves as the voice of Carnegie Mellon University basketball.
A native of Fremont, Ohio, Bowen enjoys rooting for Buffalo and Ohio sports teams, traveling, running, and meeting new and interesting people. He earned a bachelor's degree in Broadcasting/Mass Communications/Public Relations from Baldwin-Wallace University in 2009.
Garett Mansfield joins the Curve broadcast team in 2018 for his third season in Minor League Baseball. He spent the 2017 season with the Beloit Snappers, Single-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, where he called Midwest League games as the Media Relations & Marketing Manager. Mansfield also spent time in the booth with the El Paso Chihuahuas, the Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, in 2016 as their Broadcast & Media Relations Assistant. Before working in professional baseball, he spent two summers broadcasting baseball in the Alaska Baseball League for the Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks.
Between stops in baseball, he has served as a television play-by-play broadcaster for the West Ohio Sports Network, headquarted in Limo, Ohio. He has called high school football, basketball, volleyball, soccer and hockey on the regional network.
Mansfield began his broadcasting career in college at Bowling Green State University, where he joined the Bowling Green Radio Sports Organization. Over his four years at BGSU, he called numerous athletic events for the Falcons on each of the two campus radio stations. He traveled frequently with the women's basketball team while BGRSO carried their games exclusively on 88.1 WBGU-FM. Mansfield also voiced the 2014 Mid-American Conference Championship at Ford Field in Detroit between Bowling Green and Northern Illinois.
The Defiance, Ohio native cheers for the Cleveland Browns and Cavaliers as well as Notre Dame. He enjoys traveling, movies, history and being outdoors. Mansfield married his wife, Carlina, on March 17, 2018 and lives in Altoona. He earned a bachelor's degree in telecommunications from Bowling Green State University in 2015.
Curve Radio Network Affiliates
|98.5 FM WRTA||Altoona, PA||Flagship home of the Curve|
|1240 AM WRTA||Altoona, PA||All night games|
|96.1 FM WKMC||Roaring Spring, PA||All day games|
|1370 AM WKMC||Roaring Spring, PA||All day games|
|1260 AM WPHB||Phillipsburg, PA|
|1400 AM WWGE||Ebensburg, PA|
|100.7 FM WTRN||Tyrone, PA|
|1340 AM WTRN||Tyrone, PA|