Bridget Condon - sports anchor at ABC11 WTVD
Bridget joins us from CBS19 in Charlottesville, Virginia and is excited to dive deeper into covering the ACC. She is also excited to continue finding unique stories that emphasize how much sports influence lives.

She was born and raised outside of Boston, Massachusetts where her two older sisters, Mom, Dad and puppy Huxley still live. Bridget has always been and will always be one of those wild Boston sports fans, from reversing the curse to deflating the football she will never betray the beloved Boston Sports Army.

She is a graduate from James Madison University, where she studied both journalism and Spanish. Bridget studied abroad during the spring semester of her junior year in Sevilla, Spain and has had the travel bug ever since.

Bridget has always loved telling stories to her family and friends, and is excited to now be able to tell stories to the rest of the world. She has a creative and unique perspective and loves mastering new techniques.

During her free time, Bridget enjoys being outside doing activities such as hiking, biking, running or just kicking around a ball. Growing up near Cape Cod, Bridget is a huge fan of the beach and water activities.

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Bridget's Stories
Campbell Camels hope to benefit from playing FBS opponents
The Campbell football team was one of the few FCS teams to play in the fall of 2020 and the only to play against all FBS teams.
Saint Augustine's football team, new coach eager for season
First-year head coach David Bowser was hired after the season ended in 2019 and had to wait almost two years to make his official appearance on the sidelines.
Fayetteville State football taking the field for the first time since 2019
The Broncos are getting ready for their first game since the fall of 2019 after not being able to play last season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Tell Lee Corso not so fast my friend': NC Central stuns Alcorn State in first game since 2019
The Eagles shocked not only Alcorn State but the entire cast of College GameDay who unanimously picked the Braves to win.
Carolina Hurricanes agree to 8-year deal with Svechnikov
The Carolina Hurricanes have agreed to terms with star forward Andrei Svechnikov on an eight-year contract, which is set to keep the No. 2 overall draft pick from 2018 with the franchise through the 2028-29 season.
Shaw football eager to go after last season sacked by COVID-19
After a year off, the Shaw Bears are back on the gridiron and ready to surprise opponents and doubters.
Green Hope Unified Track team selected to represent NC at Special Olympics USA
Congratulations to these amazing athletes and best of luck in this competition!
LeVelle Moton, PJ Tucker team to host 12th annual Back to School Community Day
More than 1,000 youngsters waited in line to fill up their backpacks with brand new school supplies at the 12th annual LeVelle Moton and PJ Tucker Back to School Community Day.
PJ Tucker celebrates NBA championship at Chavis Park, where he played his first basketball game
PJ Tucker, a Raleigh native and Enloe grad, finally accomplished his childhood dream as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Phoenix Suns to become NBA champions.
Chapman and Ingram to be inducted into NCCU Hall of Fame
Eagles basketball standouts Emanuel (Poobie) Chapman and Jeremy Ingram will be inducted into the North Carolina Central University Alex M. Rivera Athletics Hall of Fame.