October 11, 2016 07:28 AM
Breland Moore joined the News10NBC team in September of 2016. Before coming to network news, she spent two years at Service Electric, a cable television station in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania known for their Mid-Atlantic Emmy award winning sports coverage. During her time in “the Valley”, she covered Patriot League football, basketball and lacrosse. She also covered Olympic level track cycling at the world renowned Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown.
Breland could not be happier to call Rochester her new city. Born and raised in Reading, PA, she fell in love with sports at a young age. Despite her 6’1 frame, she did not play basketball or volleyball, but instead was the captain of her high school field hockey team.
When she graduated from high school, Breland then moved to the City of Brotherly Love and called Philadelphia her home during her college years. In 2014, she graduated Cum Laude from Temple University with a B.A. in Journalism and a minor in Art History. During her time at Temple, Breland interned with iHeartMedia and the Philadelphia Flyers.
All four years of her collegiate career, Breland served as Temple University’s mascot, Hooter the Owl. She was right in front of the action for every football and basketball game, and traveled with the Owls to Bowl Games, conference tournaments, and NCAA appearances. She has also appeared (both in and out of costume) in various promotional spots for ESPN, CBS Sports, and more.
Her favorite sports team is, of course, the Temple Owls. As a Pennsylvania born girl, Breland also loves to cheer on the Eagles, Flyers, Sixers, and Phillies. She is aware that these opinions might not be popular in her new city, and is rapidly developing a soft spot for the upstate New York teams.
When she’s not on the sidelines or courtside, Breland loves to cook, hang out with her friends, and watch Netflix with her cat, Winnie.
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