Pittsburg State University Athletics have a new radio home. The university signed a three-year agreement with Pittsburg-based My Town Media (MTM). MTM owns and/or operates 16 radio stations throughout Kansas and Missouri including ESPN 100.7 in Pittsburg.

The agreement will allow the university to create the Gorilla Sports Network. This multi-station network will provide radio coverage throughout the four-state region and beyond.

“MTM provides us with the perfect mix of traditional and online channels,” said Jim Johnson, director of intercollegiate athletics. “Whether you’re listening on your radio or on your smartphone, you can expect great Gorilla coverage.”

While the radio station may be different, the voice behind the mic will remain the same. Eddie Lomshek, who has served as the “Voice of the Gorillas” for the past 13 years, will continue this role with longtime color commentator B.J. Harris at his side.

“Eddie and B.J. bring an energy to the broadcast that is unmatched in our conference,” Johnson said. “Fans are going to like what they hear this fall.”

Gorilla fans throughout the world can listen to Gorilla games online at espn100.7.com or by downloading the Gorilla Experience on Apple’s App Store or on Google Play.