Suzy Stark comes to Tampa Bay from the New York City market, where she could be seen on News 12 Networks and MSG’s high school sports network as a sports anchor/reporter, sideline reporter and show host. She also worked as a news reporter, covering the tragic Newtown school shootings as well as Hurricane Sandy and Tropical Storm Irene.
While in Manhattan, Suzy was a national sports anchor for SiriusXM Radio. Her updates could be heard on SiriusXM NFL Radio, MLB Network Radio, SiriusXM College Sports Nation, SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio and Mad Dog Radio in addition to other channels.
Suzy previously was a sports reporter for Time Warner Cable News in North Carolina, covering everything from Duke, North Carolina, NC State and Wake Forest athletics, ACC championships and bowl games to NASCAR, NHL, PGA, NFL, MiLB and the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Her career also has taken her to several FOX affiliates in the Midwest and the headquarters of Rivals.com. In addition, Suzy has spent time working behind the camera: in video production, newspaper writing and in public relations.
Suzy received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in sports broadcasting from the University of Nebraska. There she worked for HuskerVision, the University’s premiere sports video production facility for games, coaches’ shows and content for FOX Sports Midwest. Born and raised in Omaha, NE, she grew up on the sidelines of Cornhusker football and basketball games while her father worked for the athletic program for 25 years.
Giving back to the community is very important to Suzy. She has volunteered for Special Olympics, Make-A-Wish, Best Buddies, Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the American Cancer Society and various mentoring programs.
Rich Herrera, Suzy Stark and Jeff Pantridge talk about some of the craziest jobs they had back in the day.
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