Tresa Tudrick is a multi skilled sports journalist working at KPNX-TV in Phoenix, Ariz. Tresa started working for KPNX-TV in May 2016 and by September 2016 became the first intern in TEGNA history to go from intern to on-air reporter in a top 15 market.
Tresa produces, writes, shoots, and edits all of her stories. In addition to KPNX-TV, Tresa has experience in sideline reporting for football, men and women’s basketball, soccer, and volleyball for NAU-TV, airing live on Fox Sports Arizona and Fox College Sports.
Tresa is finishing her graduate degree online in Communication from Northern Arizona University (NAU) after completing her undergraduate from NAU in three years as a first-generation college student in 2014.
Tresa is also teaching the only broadcast announcing course at NAU for undergraduate students this fall.
During her undergraduate career, Tresa was involved with NAU’s television station, NAZ-Today, as the sports director. Tresa was also the first female sports director for NAU’s radio station, K-JACK. She interned for 104.7 KVNA Yavapai broadcasting on a sports radio show, worked in production for live games for NAU-TV, and wrote for the local newspaper, the Arizona Daily Sun.
When Tresa is not working for sports, she is working out or hanging out with her dog, Slugger Brady. Tresa loves to smile and has an enthusiastic personality that shines through her work.