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
  • 1-on-1 with head coach Tom Allen before the Foster Farms Bowl

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The preparation is in the books, the pep rallys have concluded and now kick off awaits for the Hoosiers in their second bowl game in a row. Last year Indiana came up short in the Pinstripe Bowl, losing to Duke, but this year IU hopes to win their first bowl game since 1991. The Hoosiers’ newly named head coach Tom Allen, chat with us 1-on-1 in Santa Clara about the big game and what it would […]

  • Hoosiers hold pep rally for bowl game in San Francisco

    SAN FRANCISCO, Cali.- The Hoosiers had their final practice Tuesday morning before their bowl game on Wednesday. After the practice, the team head to Union Square for a pep rally with fans, cheerleaders and the Indiana marching band. Alumni came from all the across the country to watch IU in their bowl game. Sean Herstein, a 1999 graduate of Indiana came down to the bay area from LA where he lives, to support his Hoosiers. “Having enough wins to get […]

  • Hoosiers hit the field for practice in Oakland

    OAKLAND, Calif. – On Wednesday, the Hoosiers have a chance to win their first bowl game since 1991. Tom Allen has the opportunity in his first game as the head coach–to prove that he’s the man for the job. Pressure? Yes. But the good kind of pressure. The Hoosiers wrapped up their second practice in Oakland Sunday as they prepare for the Fosters Farm Bowl and all eyes are on coach Allen and the head coaching transition. “The kids have […]

  • IU announces resignation of head football coach Kevin Wilson; defensive coach Tom Allen to take over

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind.– Kevin Wilson is out as Indiana University’s head football coach, confirmed Indiana University athletic director Fred Glass. During the press conference held Thursday night, Glass said Wilson resigned. Earlier reports indicated Wilson was dismissed by officials. Glass cited “philosophical differences” between he and the head coach, saying he did not agree with Wilson’s leadership approach. “What might be okay at other places and what might be okay in an industry, isn’t necessarily okay here.” Glass told the media Thursday […]

  • CBS4 driver analyst James Hinchcliffe captures pole position for 100th running of Indy 500

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. – A year ago James Hinchcliffe nearly lost his life in a bad accident in practice before the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500. Now he’s fully recovered and as of Sunday afternoon, he is the pole winner for the 100th running of the Indy 500. This was Hinchcliffe’s first Indy 500 pole win. He bested leader Josef Newgarden with a speed of 230.760 miles per hour. Newgarden came in 2nd and Ryan Hunter-Reay 3rd. BREAKING: @CBS4Indy Driver Analyst James Hinchcliffe wins […]

  • PHOTOS: Reggie Wayne throughout the years

    After 14 seasons with the organization, the Indianapolis Colts announced Friday that they will not re-sign Reggie Wayne. Take a look at some of his most memorable moments with the team. Photos courtesy of IndyStar. Full article here.

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