Joe Gorchow

Joe Gorchow

Depending on the sports story of the day, you may just find Joe in all of our shows.  Joe's competitive nature and passion for sports blend perfectly into the role he has at WIS.  Striving to provide the coverage our viewers deserve, on the teams they love.

His path to Columbia started in the northeast.  Joe spent most of his life in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, which is roughly 15 minutes outside of Philadelphia.   He obtained a broadcast journalism degree from Syracuse University, as a 2009 graduate, from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.

During his time in school, he took advantage of multiple internships, which led to some on-air opportunities to be a host for Comcast Newsmakers.  A sports guy interviewing local politicians… it just sounds right.

In the fall of 2009, he took a job at KNDU to be a sports anchor & reporter in Kennewick, WA.  He wore many hats while working in Washington State, including producing and anchoring a Friday night sports special, which took third place in the SPJ Northwest Excellence in Journalism Awards in Sports Reporting in 2010. 

When 2011 rolled around Joe searched to join another award-winning group. He found a home at WIS working alongside Rick Henry. 

In Joe's free time he enjoys spending time with family & friends, working out, playing golf, and reminiscing about his glory days as a high school pitcher.  

Recent Articles by Joe

Carolina’s destiny rests in Destanni’s hands

  No quit in winless Bulldogs

Satterfield promises ‘exciting brand of football’ as Gamecocks’ new offensive coordinator

Beamer calls Bobo’s departure a ‘unique situation’

Former Pelion standout Stepp returns home to work at dream school as Carolina assistant

  ‘We’re not going to shut up and dribble’: Staley condemns Capitol riot

Clemson’s confidence starts with big dreams

Clemson OC Elliott: ‘My purpose is to be here at Clemson right now’

  Dutch Fork’s Will Taylor ‘a great fit’ for Clemson

  Dreams come true for Bengals trio on National Signing Day

Sumter High sees 3 players sign to play football at the next level

  Former Va. Tech coach Beamer filled with pride seeing son land ‘dream job’ with Gamecocks

Martin, Gamecocks excited for home opener vs. Wofford

Martin balances basketball with players’ mental health

  Beamer returns home to take ‘dream job’ at USC

  Shane Beamer says he’s ready to win after learning from his dad and Steve Spurrier

  Shades of Spurrier: Beamer refers to Clemson as ‘that team in the Upstate’

Carolina’s offense re-ignites to spark a road victory

  Falcons fly to first-ever state title with win over North Myrtle Beach

  ONE FOR THE THUMB: Dutch Fork seizes 5th straight football state championship

Clemson’s Rencher named 2020 Disney Spirit Award winner

Lawrence may be in running for Heisman, but Tigers eye ‘team trophy’

Top-ranked Carolina women clutch in crunch time

Carolina bounces back to upend Tulsa

Clemson’s senior class looks to make historic mark at Death Valley

Swinney takes final shot at FSU before moving on to prepare for Pitt

Swinney voices displeasure, believes FSU used COVID as an ‘excuse’ to cancel

  A look at potential candidates to fill South Carolina’s football coaching vacancy

  Gamecocks fire Will Muschamp; Bobo named interim head coach

Carolina picked apart in lopsided loss to Aggies