Taylor Verrico is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Bethany College in 2014, where she played four years of basketball while earning her BA in Communications.
After graduating, she moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, to attend The Carolina School of Broadcasting. While in school, she completed internships with the WBTV Sports Team, the Charlotte Hornets, Davidson College and The Charlotte Vibe, a local YouTube channel covering The Carolina Panthers.
After obtaining her graduate certificate in Digital Media Technology, she landed a position with WBTV in Charlotte as a news content specialist. She continued to work closely with the WBTV Sports Team.
Taylor loves spending time with her family, friends and new little kitten, Rex.
Her true passion is sports and she's looking forward to covering all of the sports Lake Charles has to offer. If you see her around, be sure to say hi!
Have a fun, exciting or inspirational sports story? Shoot her an email or contact her on Facebook. She's always up for great stories!
Zion Williamson’s insertion as the future of New Orleans sports continues on the heels of Drew Brees symbolically passing the torch with the NBA’s top draft pick telling Complex Magazine that “My Intentions Are to Stay With the Pelicans My Whole Career.”
The hardest part each year is replacing the talent you lost the year before and with such success this year, that just means a harder off-season for the Cowboys. McNeese loses 11 seniors total heading into the summer, including 4 to the MLB draft.
The McNeese Cowboys will be back at home Tuesday to host the Alcorn State Braves in Joe Miller Ballpark. The Cowboys are looking to bounce back after dropping three-straight on the weekend in the Lake Area Classic.