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.
All the scores, from all the sports for Saturday, September 14, 2019.
All the scores, from all the sports! Here is the Sports Express Wrap from Friday, September 13, 2019.
Week one of the high school football season continued with a fun non-conference contest between Whitesboro and Proctor. Plus the Utica College football team with a statement win in home opener under the lights at Gaetano Stadium.
All the scores, from all the sports! Here is the Sports Express Wrap from Friday, September 6, 2019.
The numbers may be down for the New York Mills Marauders this year, but they have a lot of returners.
The Central Valley Academy Thunder have had a couple of tough years, failing to make the playoffs for the past three years. But with an experienced roster this CVA squad believes they have what it takes to qualify for the postseason.
Abdul Adams, Jarveon Howard and Moe Neal ran for touchdowns and No. 22 Syracuse spoiled a most unusual debut for Hugh Freeze as Liberty's coach with a 24-0 victory on Saturday night.
The Maroon Knights are looking to bounce back after a disappointing end to the 2018 season.
Out to Verona where Gary Oliver and the VVS Red Devils are in a rebuilding year after a solid postseason run last year.
After finishing in the middle of the pack last year, the Dolgeville Blue Devils have a nice mix of players as they try and rise to the top of the Class D East.