Ian Eagle is an on-air commentator for Tennis Channel's French Open and US Open teams.
Eagle served as studio host for U.S. Open Late Night Highlight Show
during the 2004 and 2005 US Open Tennis Championships. He joined CBS Sports in March 1998 as a play-by-play announcer for the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship. He also has called play-by-play for the network's coverage of the National Football League since 1998. In addition, Eagle called CBS's 2001 AFC Divisional Playoffs and 2000 AFC Championship Game, as well as the Army-Navy football game from 2002-05, and the NCAA Track and Field Championships from 2004-06.
The Emmy Award-winning sportscaster has called play by play for the NFL and NBA lending his voice to the NFL’s New York Jets and the NBA’s New Jersey Nets, as well as hosting the NBA show "Full Court Press" on Sirius Radio. He has also worked the NBA playoffs and was the voice of "NBA ‘07" for Sony PSP's video game. Eagle was also the blow-by-blow commentator for CBS Sports' coverage of the Showtime Championship Boxing series in 2000. He joined WFAN Radio in New York in 1990 as a producer and debuted as host of his own show in 1992.
A 1990 graduate of Syracuse University, Eagle was the play-by-play voice of the Orangemen for football, basketball and lacrosse, and was awarded the "Bob Costas Award" for Outstanding Sportscasting. He lives in Essex Fells, N.J., with his wife, Alisa, and two children.