Born and raised in Orange County, this Southern California girl is happy to be back in the Pacific Northwest!
A graduate from the University of Oregon, she excelled as a Scholar Athlete with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Digital Arts and Multimedia. Bridget also received her Master's Degree in Communications from the Annenberg School of Journalism at the University of Southern California.
After spending time as an intern and then in production, Bridget got her start as a sports reporter with KMIR News, the NBC affiliate in Palm Springs. She covered everything from Friday Night Lights football to big sports happenings in the Coachella Valley like the PGA Tour and BNP Paribas Open. She even covered Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco. Bridget also worked as a multimedia host and producer for World Team Tennis before making the move to KEPR.
Bridget always knew her future was in sports growing up in a game crazed household. Her passion for football lives through reporting and beyond. She was an Oregon Cheerleader for four seasons during the Oregon football reign and Game Captain her senior year. She cheered in three BCS Bowl Games, including the Rose Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and the BCS National Championship Game. Bridget pursued her dream of dancing at the professional level and was an NFL Cheerleader with the San Diego Chargers.
Bridget enjoys working with Guide Dogs for the Blind, a charitable effort she fell in love with in college, and working with children with disabilities. In her spare time, Bridget takes her dog Stella Luna out for trail runs and hikes. She enjoys being one with nature and leading a healthy lifestyle.
If you catch Bridget out on the field, make sure to say hi or throw up an Oregon O! Go Ducks.