As a Seattle Native, I’m thrilled to be back in the Northwest, working at Q13 FOX News. I knew at a very young age that I wanted to be a Sportscaster. That passion only grew while at the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, at Washington State University.

During college I interned for Root Sports and Sony while reporting for ESPNU Campus Connections. After graduating I headed to Idaho Falls, Idaho where I honed my skills as a Sports Anchor/Reporter.

I am a die hard Seahawks, Sounders and Mariners fan and proud to be covering the teams I grew up watching!

What keeps me going….
The love of the game and sharing that with Northwest Sports Fans.

I give back to my community by….
Mentoring students interested in careers in sports broadcasting. I’ve served as a guest lecturer in college and high school classrooms. I enjoy inspiring the next generation to find and pursue their passion.

My greatest TV moment….
Playing basketball with the Harlem Globetrotters… they even helped me slam dunk!

TV moment I would like to forget….
When the NFL Lockout ended, I was so overcome with joy I burst into song and dance “Are You Ready For Some Football” on live television…

If I had free time, I would….
Travel, anywhere and everywhere! Spend time with my family and friends, take a yoga class and participate in any activity that gets me moving and outdoors.


Recent Articles
  • ‘I’m the crew chief, she’s the driver’: Kennewick racing champ gets her skills from dad

    KENNEWICK, Wash. — Most nights of the week, you can find Mike Zamora in his garage alongside his stepfather and best friend Larry. “We work hard,” Mike says. “We kind of do everything,” says Larry. It’s a group effort rooted in the same passion: racing and the 52 car. “There’s just something about the competition, combined with the speed and maybe the danger,” Mike says. “There’s nothing like it.” Mike raced for 20 years, and although he doesn’t anymore, the […]

  • Meet a women breaking down barriers and helping grow women’s hockey in Washington

    SEATTLE — She’s just 12 years old, but Megumi Whisman loves the speed, the work and challenge of sports. “It was love at first sight,” she said. “It’s not called the fastest game on earth for nothing. You always have to be on your toes.” Which sport? Hockey. “It’s the ultimate team game,” she explained. “You have to work together with your teammates, and you build special bonds with your teammates through hockey.” But most of all she loves to […]

  • Team Up Washington program works to inspire student-athletes to become leaders

    SEATTLE — Team Up Washington is a brand-new program hoping to help student-athletes become role models and leaders in their communities. The program serves both boys and girls, and Rebecca Milliman with the program says a big part of their mission is ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Coaching Boys Into Men is a program that teaches boys how to better deal with the pressures of being an athlete and the responsibilities they have as leaders at their schools. Milliman […]

  • Redmond twins breaking down barriers for girls who want to play baseball

    REDMOND, Wash. — “A League of Their Own” was released in 1992 and depicted a group of women who broke barriers playing baseball during WWII. Nearly 30 years later, there are two sisters who may have been too young for the movie but are living their own version of the story. In theory, baseball and softball are two very similar games – nine players, four bases, a ball and a bat. It’s traditionally divided up between boys and girls, but […]

  • ZGirls connects girls with female athletes to instill confidence

    SEATTLE — ZGirls is a mentorship program founded by Olympic and NCAA athletes, and they’ve helped over 2,500 girls across the country build the confidence they need to live without limitations. The nonprofit’s cofounder Jilyne Higgins is a former athlete and explains it’s important to instill confidence and leadership skills in young girls to prepare them for the future. Higgins says what’s special about this program is that you have ambassadors for the program that are professional athletes like Sue […]

  • ‘Girls On The Run’ program inspires young women

    Q13's Michelle Ludtka spoke with Becky Walliman, executive director of Girls On The Run, about how the group is making a difference in our community.

  • Reign FC: Leading the charge in women’s soccer

    For almost 60 years, fans have flocked to Cheney Stadium to take in America's past time. But this year there is more to cheer for than just baseball.

  • Reign Academy inspires next generation of women’s soccer players

    Teresa Predmore, president of Reign Academy, spoke with Q13's Michelle Ludtka about a very special opportunity for girls to get a feel for playing soccer at the most elite level.

  • Washington women breaking down barriers in horse racing

    Women are few and far between in horse racing, but some locals are working to break down barriers in the sport.

  • With off-season challenges mounting, champion Seattle Storm look to return to the postseason

    It's been one thing after another for the Seattle Storm this off-season. 

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