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Alex Curry

Leading into the 2023 football season, FOX Sports personality Alex Curry partnered with FOX Sports Radio Anchor Monse Bolaños to launch a new program on the network - FOX Sports Saturday with Alex Curry and Monse Bolaños. Joining FSR’s industry-leading weekend roster in the 4 - 6 p.m. ET/1 - 3 p.m. PT timeslot, the duo delivers their unique combination of opinions and instant analysis on the games in play, breaking news and the biggest stories in sports, in addition to conversations with insiders and experts. The program airs on more than 400 stations nationwide, in addition to FOX Sports Radio’s channel on iHeartRadio, which is available via iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio app. 

Curry is also a host and reporter for FOX Sports, and regularly fills in on FS1 studio shows, including The Herd with Colin Cowherd. Plus, she co-hosts the “Flippin’ Bats” podcast with Ben Verlander.

Previously, Curry hosted FOX Bet Live, covered college football and the U.S. National Soccer Teams on FOX, and was embedded with the U.S. Women’s National Team during the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France™. From 2012 to 2021, Curry was a reporter for the Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Kings on Bally Sports West, formerly FOX Sports West. Curry also served as the co-host of “American Ninja Warrior: Ninja vs. Ninja” on USA Network.

In 2011, Curry spent a month in China covering the World University Games for FOX College Sports. A year later, she covered the Pro Beach Volleyball Series on NBC Sports and traveled the world covering the Red Bull Signature series for NBC. She also hosted Tailgate 48 on Big Ten Network and was the sideline reporter for the CIF-SS football game of the week on FOX Sports West and FS1. Plus, she covered the Celebrity Beach Bowl for Direct TV at Super Bowl XLVIII in New York City.

Curry joined FOX Sports West in 2012 as the host of Angels Weekly and Kings Weekly. In 2014, Curry expanded her role, becoming the reporter for both the Angels and Kings telecasts and was part of the broadcast team that covered the Kings 2014 Stanley Cup championship. To date, Curry has won three Telly awards for her work on the Angels and Kings broadcast crews.

‍Curry graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism media studies and a minor in marketing. While playing soccer at SDSU in 2006, she and her team won the NIRSA National Championship.

‍For more information, please visit https://www.alexcurry.com/ or follow @Alex_Curry on X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram.