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As Director of Sales and Marketing for the Denver Outlaws, Tseng oversees business operations, marketing, ticket sales & service, creative, game entertainment, fan development and community relations for the organization. In addition to these duties, he directly handles corporate partnership sales.
Before joining the Outlaws, Tseng spent seven years with Kroenke Sports & Entertainment where he was a Senior Account Manager in Corporate Sales & Partnership Marketing. He has also held positions with the Colorado Rockies, Bloomberg LP and Lucent Technologies.
In his spare time, Ted enjoys following his alma mater (Wake Forest) and his favorite sports teams (Mets, NY Giants, and LA Kings), watching mindless reality TV and spending quality time with his family. He and his wife Heather reside in Greenwood Village with their two daughters, Violet and Stella, and their dogs, Chewie and Roxie.
Wake Forest University; B.S., Mathematical Economics
University of Denver; M.B.A., Sport Management
Where’s your hometown?
Berkeley Heights, NJ
What do you like most about lacrosse?
Everything, but especially the sense of community among those involved in the game.
What do you like most about working for the Outlaws?
The staff. Being able to work with a great group of people who are equally passionate about Outlaws Lacrosse and what we are trying to accomplish.
What is your favorite food?
What are your favorite movies?
Tommy Boy, Return of the Jedi, She’s Out of My League
Who is your all-time favorite athlete?
If you could have one superpower what would it be?
What is your favorite city to visit?
Who is your celebrity Doppelgänger?
Harold (from Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle)
What do you enjoy most about Denver?
There’s always something fun to do in and around town.
If you could have lunch with any person living or dead who would it be?
Do you have any hidden talents?
Not really, but I have really really nice penmanship.
What’s one thing most people would not know about you?
I was the Demon Deacon mascot in college and appeared in an ESPN commercial.