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Ashley Brewer (born 13 December 1991) is an American female television reporter and sports anchor, and a former college female swimmer.
Early Life[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]
Brewer was born in Phoenix, Arizona. Her father was a business consultant and her mother was a homemaker. She has 3 brothers and a sister.
Swimming History[edit | hide | edit source]
Brewer was a competitive swimmer throughout high school, and she said it was her swimming ability that secure her place at the University of Southern California, where she went on to star in their Varsity Swimming team, "The Trojans", in the Backstroke. She competed on a national level on multiple occasions. Under the instruction of USC coaches, Brewer went on to compete in the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, in backstroke. Unfortunately, she was unsuccessful. In 2014, she retired from her swimming pursuits, by graduating from USC, focusing on her broadcast career.
TV Broadcasting Career (2014-Present)[edit | hide | edit source]
During her time in college, Brewer landed her first job as an intern at the ABC Sports Department. In May 2014, after graduating from USC, Brewer had her first real broadcasting job, which was a sideline reporter for College Football on Cox 7 in Arizona. Then in October of 2014, she became the weekend sports anchor at KGUN-TV, an ABC affiliate station in Tucson, Arizona. In 2016, Brewer left Tucson and KGUN-TV, and returned to South California, and joined KABC-TV, an ABC affiliate station in Los Angeles as the weekend sports anchor, and as of 2017, she has become the lead sports anchor and reporter.