Lindsay Liquori, Reporter
Lindsay works out of our Tampa Bay studio as a reporter and anchor, as well as a sideline reporter for the Game of the Week.
Lindsay was nominated for a Suncoast Emmy award in 2014 for her story, "Striving for the Paralympics."
Prior to joining BHSN, Lindsay was at WSYR-TV Channel 9 in Syracuse, N.Y., where she covered everything from the Syracuse Orange and NBA Draft, to the New York Jets training camp.
She covered the Orange men’s basketball team during its 2013 run to the NCAA Final Four. Her department won a Syracuse Press Club Award for Best Sports Show – ‘900: A Coaching Milestone’, which looks back at the illustrious career of SU head coach Jim Boeheim.
Born and raised in New York, Lindsay is thrilled to be part of two of the most exciting sports markets in the nation. Trading in the snow for sand is an added bonus!
Lindsay graduated magna cum laude from the Lowell Thomas Communications Center at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y, earning a B.A. in Sports Communication in 2006. She began her career that fall in the Hudson Valley as the Sports Director at Cable 6/YNN. That provided her the opportunity to sideline report at Marist College basketball games. She covered the Marist women on their run to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in 2007.
Lindsay also worked as a freelance sideline reporter for America One and Fox College Sports, covering collegiate hockey and arena football games. She traveled to such diverse locations as Allen, Texas; La Crosse, Wisconsin; Grand Island, Nebraska and Wheeling, West Virginia.
After four years, Lindsay joined News 12 Westchester in Yonkers. One of her favorite career moments came during this stint. She was in the Yankees locker room after they beat Minnesota for the 2010 ALDS Championship. A champagne-soaked Lindsay interviewed the likes of Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada.
A New Yorker at heart, Lindsay can’t wait to explore all the Sunshine State has to offer, including its sports venues. Her hobbies include kickboxing and softball. Lindsay also tries to expand her recipe book every chance she gets, and she is an avid animal-lover.
Lindsay and her husband Matt, who also hails from upstate New York, are soaking up as much sun as possible, residing together in St. Petersburg.
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