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Chris McKendry (born February 18, 1968 in Philadelphia, PA) has been a journalist for ESPN since 1996. Currently, she primarily serves as co-anchor of the 12-3pm ET weekday block of live SportsCenter shows, alongside John Buccigross, which she started doing on August 11, 2008.

Biography

Prior to joining ESPN, McKendry had been at WJLA-TV, ABC affiliate in Washington D.C, where she was a sports reporter, as well as the first woman to work as a television sports news anchor in the market (1994–1996).

Previously, she worked as a sports anchor/reporter at All-News Channel/Conus in Minneapolis(1993–1994), an update anchor for USA Network(1993–1994) and Newsport(1994) and as a producer for Fox News Service in Washington D.C (1992–1993).

She is currently married and is the mother of two sons.

College life

Born in Philadelphia, McKendry graduated from Drexel University in 1990 with a bachelor's degree in humanities. A dean's list scholar for three years, McKendry attended Drexel on a tennis scholarship.

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