Bio

Carter became passionate about sports broadcasting his freshman year at Bethany Lutheran College when he was chosen as Color Commentator for College Hockey Weekend–the official broadcast of Minnesota State, Mankato Men's Hockey. In addition to calling games with a viewership between 5 and 12 Million, he produced, wrote, and edited packages for the intermission show, and wrote and recorded pre-game teases.

College Hockey Weekend received a Student EMMY from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Midwest Chapter for the best Live Sports Event.

Since transferring to Baylor University, he has endeavored to learn through interviews with several national play-by-play and television hosts.

Since the fall of 2014, Carter has been an intern at Sic 'Em Sports Productions within Baylor Athletics. He is the Lead for the News Team and his duties include: shooting, editing, creating story ideas, and assisting subordinate news interns. In his time with Baylor he has worked multiple National Championships, Big 12 Championships, and the Inaugural "New Years Six" Cotton Bowl Classic.

In addition to sports reporting and broadcasting, Carter can often be found at his desk working on graphic design projects; or with a camera in hand, taking photos or videos for freelance and personal projects.

He is currently in the fourth year of production on "The Road To The Show" a documentary that follows an elite hockey player on his journey from Minnesota high school hockey to the NHL. Click here to learn more about the documentary.

ESPN asked Baylor students to explain why Baylor should make the CFB Playoff over TCU. 

ESPN asked Baylor students to explain why Baylor should make the CFB Playoff over TCU. 

Carter with The College Football Playoff National Championship trophy. He thinks 2017 is the year Baylor will take home its first national title.

Carter with The College Football Playoff National Championship trophy. He thinks 2017 is the year Baylor will take home its first national title.

Awards & Honors

  • Student EMMY (National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Midwest Chapter) Best Sports Live Event 2012

  • Dean's Academic Honor List, Baylor University Spring & Fall 2014

  • Photographs Accepted in Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts Competition 2003 and 2013

  • Eagle Scout #297 Troop 33, Minneapolis, MN

  • Foot In The Door 2000, Minneapolis Institute of Arts