Alison Mastrangelo joined the WSB sports team in April of 2019.
She was born in Philadelphia and raised on the South Jersey coast. Alison always had a passion for sports, and in high school, she was on the surf and basketball teams. She graduated from Rowan University with a degree in journalism and a minor in health and physical education.
Alison started her career in Colorado Springs working for FOX21/KXRM as a general assignment reporter and within a few months was promoted to the sports director/anchor. While she was there, she covered Super Bowls 50 and 51 and helped develop the sports department.
From there, she moved up to Denver7/KMGH and covered the Broncos, Rockies, Avalanche, Nuggets and the local college teams. Some of her highlights include covering the Rockies and Avalanche playoff runs and interviewing Colorado native and Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin.
Alison is an Emmy-nominated sports anchor and won a Colorado Broadcasters Association Award in 2016 for best sportscaster in the non-metro market.
She is excited to cover all of the Georgia professional, college and high school sports teams.
Outside of sports, you'll find Alison exploring the Beltline with her dog, Rocky, trying different fitness and yoga classes, running and exploring all Atlanta has to offer.
Feel free to send Alison sports story ideas, features or any cool sports/fitness activities you think she should cover or try.
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It’s getting closer to a spooky season but Channel 2′s Alison Mastrangelo doesn’t think Bulldogs fans liked being scared by the University of Georgia’s slow start, all the way until the fourth quarter.
Former Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennet has accomplished nearly everything you can in college: Two championships and a Heisman Trophy finalist recognition. Now, he’s once again facing an uphill battle to hear his name called in the NFL Draft.