Marquette University 2009 Commencement Address

Dick Enberg speaks to the Class of 2009

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Dick Enberg is an award-winning sports journalist who has covered nearly every major sporting event since his debut on NBC in 1975.

Enberg is the only person to win an Emmy as a sportscaster, writer and producer, having received 14 Emmys, including a Lifetime Achievement Emmy. He was inducted into the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame in 1995

Enberg began his broadcast career while a student at Indiana University, doing play by play for football and basketball games while earning his master’s and doctoral degrees in health sciences.


Enberg presented the Commencement address to Marquette University's graduating Class of 2009 on May 17, 2009.

He spoke to an audience of more than 2000 graduating students, their family and friends, and members of the Marquette community.

The event took place at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.

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