Matt Leon

leon matt Matt LeonComing on board at KYW was a homecoming for Matt Leon. Born and raised in southern New Jersey, Matt is a radio veteran who moved away from the Delaware Valley for several years before returning to join the Newsradio team.

A 1992 graduate of Clayton High School in Gloucester County, NJ, Matt attended York College of Pennsylvaniawhere he majored in mass communications with an emphasis in radio and TV. He earned his degree in 1996.

Matt’s first radio job was as the afternoon DJ for WHVR radio in Hanover, Pa. He then joined the Radio Pennsylvania Network as their weekend sports anchor. He complemented his radio background by doing some TV work as a fill-in sports anchor at the York, Pa. Fox affiliate, WPMT.

After three years in the greater York area, Matt moved on to State College, where he served as sports director for WRSC, WQWK, and WNCL. There he hosted the market’s top-rated talk show and covered Penn State football and basketball.

Following a two-year stint in Happy Valley, Matt moved to the midwest, spending a year as the sports director for Missourinet, the state network for Missouri, based in Jefferson City.

In addition to his work at KYW, Matt also serves as a play-by-play voice for University of Pennsylvania football and basketball and Philadelphia University basketball.

In 2010, Matt had a book published. Under Your Nose: Great Philadelphia Sports Stories You’ve Never Heard featured many of the stories he has covered during his time at KYW.

Matt, his wife Susie and kids Haileigh and Spencer live in Clayton, NJ.

Connect with Matt Leon on Twitter: @MattLeonKYW

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Brandon Graham On Tom Brady: ‘Got To Get After Him’

The 29-year-old Michigan product led the Eagles with 9.5 sacks.

KYW Newsradio 1060–01/23/2018


No. 1 Villanova Looks To Keep On Rolling Saturday At UConn

The Wildcats are 17-1 on the season (5-1 in the Big East) and riding a four-game winning streak.



Tyheim Monroe Rewriting The Record Book At Cabrini

The 6’6″ forward from Philadelphia is AVERAGING 22.5 points and 16.5 rebounds a game for the 13-2 Cavaliers.


Drexel Coach Zach Spiker

Drexel Travels To Towson For CAA Match-Up

The Dragons have lost three straight to fall to 7-12 on the season (1-5 CAA).


Temple Welcomes Tulsa To Town Wednesday Night

Temple has had more than its fair share of tough losses in conference play this season.

KYW Newsradio 1060–01/16/2018

Delaware County Colleges Hold Annual ‘Hoops From The Heart’ Basketball Clinics

The clinics will be held for boys and girls in grades one through eight at Haverford, Neumann, Cabrini, and Widener.


Phil Martelli

St. Joe’s Looks To Bounce Back Sunday At UMass

The St. Joseph’s University men’s basketball team will return to action on Sunday when the Hawks visit UMass up in Amherst in an Atlantic 10 match-up.


Penn Women's Hoops Ready For Ivy Visits From Cornell, Columbia

Penn Women’s Hoops Ready For Ivy Visits From Cornell, Columbia

The University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team will be home this weekend for a pair of Ivy League match-ups at the Palestra.


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La Salle Battles UMass In A-10 Tussle

The Explorers are 7-9 (1-2 A-10) and coming off an 80-74 loss to VCU on Saturday.



Drexel Women’s Hoops Visits William & Mary

Drexel has enjoyed a strong season so far. The Dragons are 10-5 overall and 2-1 in the CAA.


Robert Covington

Sixers Look To Stay Hot Against The Pistons

The 76ers will try to make it four wins in a row tonight as they welcome the Detroit Pistons to the Center.


Zach Quattro

Zach Quattro The ‘Ultimate Shot Maker’ For Ursinus

Quattro, a Hatboro-Horsham High School product, started his college career at Division II Le Moyne.


Jalil Myers Feels Right At Home At Rosemont

The 6-6 forward leads the Ravens in both scoring (14.8 ppg) and rebounding (8.8 rpg).


Shizz Alston Jr.

Temple Looks To Get On Track Against #19 Cincinnati

The Owls are 7-6 and mired in a three-game losing streak.


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USciences Women’s Hoops Rolling Once Again

The Division II Devils advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history.


Wayne Simmonds

Flyers Return To Home Ice Against Penguins Tonight

The Orange and Black have been idle since Friday night when they won on the road against Tampa Bay, 5-3.

KYW Newsradio 1060–01/02/2018

Local Nonprofit Looks To Help Puerto Rican Little Leagues

“Pitch In For Baseball” is a nonprofit based out in Harleysville, Montgomery County that provides new and gently used baseball and softball equipment to boys & girls around the world.



Jefferson Women’s Hoops Set To Roll Into 2018

Jefferson is off to an 11-1 start this season.



Penn Returns To Action Wednesday To Host Delaware State

Penn is 8-4 on the season with eight wins in their last ten games.


Gwynedd Mercy University Hoops Rolling At 8-1

Gwynedd Mercy, located in Montgomery County, won its seventh in a row Wednesday night, improving to 8-1 on the season with a 96-81 road win over Lebanon Valley.


New Book Helps Student-Athletes Find Their ‘Zone’

Joe Dowling is a psychologist who specializes in sports and peak performance and works with the University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team.



St. Joe’s Avery Marz Savoring Return To The Court

The story starts in August of 2014 as Avery was moving into her dorm as a freshman.


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No. 20 West Chester University Basketball Off To 9-0 Start

The West Chester University men’s basketball team is off and running this season.


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Flyers Go For Fifth Straight Vs. Sabres

Buffalo is 8-17-6. They have the second fewest points in all of the NHL (22) and sit in last place in the Atlantic Division.



Drexel Readies For Visit To Temple On Saturday

Overall this season, the Dragons are 5-5 under second-year head coach Zach Spiker after going 9-23 a season ago.


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Flyers Go For 4th Straight, As They Begin 5-Game Home Stand

This surge has improved the Flyers record to 11-11-7 and with 29 points they are tied for seventh in the Metropolitan Division.


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New Book Celebrates Daily News Legend Phil Jasner

Phil Jasner passed away in 2010 at the age of 68.


St. Joe’s Readies For Big 5 Battle With No. 4 Villanova

The Hawks are 4-3 on the young season and coming off an 83-70 win over Bucknell on Hawk Hill.


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Lou Nolan, Sam Carchidi Discuss New Book ‘If These Walls Could Talk’

Among the highlights of the book, Nolan provides his all-time Flyers teams for the first 50 years of the organization.


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DelVal Gets Brockport In NCAA Quarterfinals

This past Saturday, the Aggies hammered Husson University in the second round, 37-15.




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