Alicia Daddario is a sports anchor/news multimedia journalist for WKTV. She anchors sports on the weekend and reports during the week.
Alicia started working for WKTV in May 2016. Before working for WKTV, Alicia worked as a production assistant as ESPN. She worked on shows such as SportsCenter, First Take, and Sport Science.
Alicia graduated cum laude from SUNY Oswego with a bachelor's degree in broadcasting and mass communication.
She spent four years covering Oswego sports for the school's television station, WTOP. She also won a CPI Award for best promo for the sports show she hosted, The Playing Field.
While at Oswego, Alicia interned at Time Warner Cable Syracuse, CNY Central, covering a lot of SU basketball, and ESPN during her senior year. She also studied abroad in Florence, Italy for a semester.
Alicia's favorite sport is basketball, growing up a huge SU fan. In addition to the Orange, she is a big NBA fan, roots for the Knicks, loves the Yankees, and on football Sundays cheers for the Patriots.
The NightHawks host the Charlotte Colonials Saturday night at Waterville high school. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.
Hundreds of fans filled the stands at the Utica-Rome Speedway to see that number 14 car as former NASCAR star Tony Stewart made his return to the Mohawk Valley.
WKTV’s Alicia Daddario talked to Sitrin STARS Director Marc DePerno about the ins and outs of the Boilermaker Wheelchair Challenge.
The Utica Blue Sox defeat the Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs 6-2 at home to even the season series between the cross-town rivals. Top-seeded Utica Post continues to stay hot as they beat Adrean Post.
The United States won its record fourth Women's World Cup title and second in a row, beating the Netherlands 2-0 Sunday night.
The Utica Blue Sox defeat the top-ranked Amsterdam Mohawks 12-4 at Murnane Field in PGCBL action.
The Utica Comets were honored on Thursday evening during the American Hockey League Awards Gala with the Eastern Conference Community Service Excellence Award for the 2018-19 season.
The Syracuse Mets defeat the Buffalo Bison 7-5 in front of 12,063 fans, 12th largest crowd in franchise history, on Independence Day.
Cooperstown falls to Ticonderoga 7-3 in the NYS Class C final at Binghamton University. The Oneida Indians dominated Eden in the NYS Class C semis to advance to the championship where the Indians come up short against Ardsley.
Those who served to protect this country say Friday is a reminder of what the red, white, and blue stands for.