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Tricia began her career as a sports broadcaster when she was a student at Indiana University. She was raised in Bloomington and fell in love with college basketball in the state of Indiana. She got her start covering Indiana Basketball and the Indiana Pacers as an intern doing web reporting. She graduated in 2012 from Indiana with a degree in communication.

Tricia’s first job out of college was at ABC in Green Bay Wisconsin covering the Green Bay Packers. She started at WTTV in December of 2014 and is so excited to be covering sports in a state she grew up loving.

When Tricia is not reporting she loves spending time with her family who still live in Bloomington. She is a lover of coffee and musical theater. You can always hear her humming in the office, as music and singing have been a passion ever since she was a young girl singing into her hairbrush in the mirror.

Hair styled by Pure Concepts Salon


Recent Articles
  • Greenwood Christian Academy grad needs 26,000 retweets for 1-day contract with the Indians

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Gerrit Huizinga was sitting in the car on a long road trip to North Carolina when he thought of the idea. Signing a one-day contract with the Indians? No problem. The Greenwood Christian Academy grad had seen others do it with professional teams, so why not him? Huizinga direct messaged the Indians last week and asked what it would take to get him a 1-day contract with the Tribe. Their response? 26,000 retweets. Done. “It would just be […]

  • IU Women, ready for NIT title game

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – On Friday, the Indiana women saw the largest crowd they’ve had at a game in nearly 15 years, file into Assembly Hall to watch them beat TCU and keep their title hopes alive. “For the first time, the other night we were in a situation where they could hardly hear our play calling from the side line,” head coach Teri Moren said ahead of their match up with Virginia Tech on Saturday. “That was new territory for […]

  • Butler falls to Purdue in 2nd round of NCAA tournament

    DETROIT Mich- The Bulldogs started the game strong, leading by as many as 9 points, but in the 2nd half Purdue just couldn’t miss and in the end Dakota Mathis delivered the dagger three pointer to give the Boilers a 5 point lead they would never relinquish. “Everything was open and they were making them,” Paul Jorgensen said in the lockeroom following the loss. “It was their day. they got some favorable calls as well.” With 1.8 seconds left, Kamar […]

  • Joey Brunk tours the zoo, shares why animals are his unique passion

    INDIANAPOLIS Ind. – Butler sophomore Joey Brunk has been to the Indianapolis zoo over 500 times. The Bulldog forward loves basketball, but when he’s not on the hardwood you can find him at the zoo. Every time Butler plays in a tournament, Joey makes it a point to go to the cities zoo. Brunk took a tour of the Indianapolis zoo with us this past week, to explain why the zoo has been his passion since he was young.  

  • Butler practices in Detroit for round one of NCAA Tournament

    DETROIT, Mich. – Thursday afternoon Butler wrapped up their first practice at Little Caesars arena before playing in their first round game against the Arkansas Razorbacks. The dawgs and Razorbacks had a similar season in terms of record, however Butler is the lower seed in the match up, but that doesn’t bother the dawgs, in fact they’re used to it. “Every game we come out we try to have a chip on our shoulder,” senior Tyler Wideman said before practice. “It’s […]

  • Butler Arrives in Detroit for 1st round of NCAA Tournament

    DETROIT, Mich. – On Wednesday afternoon, the Butler Bulldogs arrived in Detroit for the 1st round of the NCAA tournament. The dawgs will face the 7 seeded Arkansas Razorbacks. As the Bulldogs got off the bus, head coach Lavall Jordan spoke one-on-one with Indy Sports Central to discuss the match up and the excitement of the big dance. 🏀“Getting off the bus in Detroit, that makes it real. The juices start flowing. We’ll be ready.”🏀 1-on-1 with @ButlerMBB head coach […]

  • Purdue beats No. 25 Michigan to win 16th straight

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – In the midst of a deafening and sold out crowd at Mackey arena, the Boilermakers pulled out a gritty win. It was a back and forth contest that saw 24 lead changes but ultimately Purdue kept the lead and extended their win streak to 16, tying the longest winning streak in school history. “You wanna keep the lead but basketball is a game of runs and you never know what’s going to happen,” senior Vince Edwards said […]

  • IU basketball big man De’Ron Davis out for season after Achilles surgery

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind- Just five days after Indiana basketball announced De’Ron Davis would be out indefinitely after suffering an injury to his lower right leg in practice last Thursday, IU announced today that the sophomore center would be out for the season. Davis underwent surgery to repair a torn Achilles in his right leg. Before the injury Davis was shooting 61.5 percent and was fourth in the Big Ten in field goal percentage. He averaged 9.6 points and 4.3 rebounds per […]

  • Archie Miller, Hoosiers host IU basketball media day

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind.- Six months after being hired as the head coach of the Indiana men’s basketball team, Archie Miller held his first media day as the man in charge of the fate of the program. Friday afternoon, the Hoosiers will hold their first practice and coach Miller is as optimistic as a new head coach can be, as they embark on a new season. “In general I am very pleased as we enter practice. The leadership on our team is […]

  • VIDEO: Hartman proposes on Senior Night

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The highlight of Indiana’s Senior Night wasn’t Devonte Green’s buzzer-beater at halftime to cap off the Hoosiers’ 22-0 run. Nor was it Thomas Bryant’s dunk while being fouled.  Then nearly missing the free throw before seeing the ball bounce back in to give Indiana the lead. It wasn’t Greensburg’s Bryant McIntosh’s last shot for Northwestern hitting the rim and bouncing out, sealing the win for the Hoosiers. No, it wasn’t any of those pivotal moments. Instead, it was a […]