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Lexi

Lexi has invested in the world of sports from the start, quite literally. Born in Chicago, her dad brought her to all of the Windy City’s professional games, and even attended the ’96 & ’97 Bulls Championship parades. Moving to Upstate New York as a kid, she grew up playing field hockey, basketball and softball year-round. Lexi earned multiple league & club honors in her Varsity career, and was captain of the Johnstown Field Hockey Sectional Championship team in 2011. As the years passed her passion grew, as early as middle school she knew she wanted to pursue a career in sports media. Upon graduating from Johnstown High School, Lexi crossed state lines to attend Monmouth University in New Jersey.

While she was studying, Lexi also worked in the Athletics department along with Monmouth Digital Network, and interned for the New York Jets as well as CBS Sports in their NYC Broadcast Center. With CBS, she was able to learn from and work with her heroes like Jim Nance and Tracey Wolfson during March Madness and at the Final Four in Houston, Texas (You remember when Villanova won at the buzzer over UNC? Yeah, that one). She also worked for Rooftop2 Productions, producing activations at New York Mets, Yankees, NYCFC, Rangers & New Jersey Devils games, as well as at Coney Island’s Ford Amphitheater.

After earning her degree in Communication, concentrating in Radio & TV along with a certificate in Sports Communication, Lexi started working on the Young Athletes department at Bleacher Report in their NYC offices, working on “The Commitment” series for the nations top football and basketball prospects like Deandre Swift, Jedrick Wills Jr. and Troy Brown Jr. She also worked on their Facebook Live production team, interacting with the audience during live shows and communicating with show talent to provide more commentary in real-time.

After a year and a half in NYC, Lexi packed up and moved to Fort Lauderdale to join CBS Sports Interactive as part of the group to launch CBS Sports HQ. She produced and edited for “Writer’s Block” with national sports columnist Bill Writer, creating packages to highlight events like the Super Bowl, March Madness, as well as work on interviews of the biggest names in sports for the show. She was also a reporter for the NASCAR team, working at the 2017 season finale at Holmstead-Miami Speedway, as well as covering Danica Patrick’s final Daytona 500.

Lexi moved to Hampton Roads in August of 2019, and shortly started traveling to Washington DC, working at Washington Wizards games as a Game Day producer. On game days, she produced fan cam shots, facilitated on-court activations, and perfected the fold for a t-shirt toss.

Lexi has also competed through the Miss America Organization, and held four titles through two states in her journey through the sports industry as well. In her time competing through the Miss America Organization, Lexi earned over $10,000 in scholarships, helping pay for her college education. She’s also been invited as the guest speaker for multiple sports awards banquets in Upstate NY.

Lexi enjoys growing the amount of local content on SportsRadio965, and looks forward to blending with the nationally syndicated shows to make the station a one-stop place to get your sports news, locally to world-wide for the Hampton Roads community.

Justin

Justin Lee, born and raised in Hampton Roads, was a Great Bridge Highschool baseball standout. He earned first-team All-District, All-Region, All-Tidewater and All-State his Senior year, being named the Tidewater Player of the Year by The Virginian-Pilot in 2011. He helped lead Great Bridge High School to their second State Title under Coach Wiley Lee. He continued his athletic career at Norfolk State University under Coach Claudell Clark and Coach Wiley Lee, while earning his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He enjoys throwing darts, fishing with his family (Wiley, Jill, Ashley), playing video games, and of course…. WATCHING AS MUCH SPORTS AS POSSIBLE! He loves his Yankees, Lakers, and Cowboys, though he’s more of a realistic fan.Justin Lee, born and raised in Hampton Roads, was a Great Bridge Highschool baseball standout. He earned first-team All-District, All-Region, All-Tidewater and All-State his Senior year, being named the Tidewater Player of the Year by The Virginian-Pilot in 2011. He helped lead Great Bridge High School to their second State Title under Coach Wiley Lee. He continued his athletic career at Norfolk State University under Coach Claudell Clark and Coach Wiley Lee, while earning his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He enjoys throwing darts, fishing with his family (Wiley, Jill, Ashley), playing video games, and of course…. WATCHING AS MUCH SPORTS AS POSSIBLE! He loves his Yankees, Lakers, and Cowboys, though he’s more of a realistic fan.