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Host/Reporter | CBC Sports
One of the newest additions to CBC Sports family, Carly Agro joined the team in 2012 as a host and reporter. Agro brings a background sports in broadcasting as well as high-level amateur sports, having played soccer in the NCAA.
Agro can most often be found on CBC at the Sports update desk filling viewers in on the latest news and highlights from the world of sports. She's covered everything from hockey to soccer, and has a genuine passion for Canadian football. After spending nearly two years in Western Canada, Agro knows her way around the rodeo and the half-mile tracks of chuckwagon racing.
She got her first taste of the broadcasting world in 2007 when she was hired on by WBAL, the local NBC affiliate. A year later, Agro returned to her hometown of Burlington, ON where she completed a one-year program in Journalism and New Media at Sheridan College. In 2009, Agro joined the Hamilton Tiger-Cats organization as host of the club's Ticats TV where she followed the team throughout the season. Later that year, Agro moved west to Lloydminster, AB/SK to work as a sports anchor and reporter covering the local sports scene, including the Bobcats of the AJHL. After a 17-month stay in Lloydminster, Agro was hired on by CTV Edmonton as a sports reporter and anchor in 2011 where she covered the Edmonton Oilers, Edmonton Eskimos as well as the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship. She joined CBC Sports in spring 2012.
Agro attended Florida International University on a soccer scholarship for two years before moving to the University of Maryland Baltimore County for two more years where she earned a degree in Political Science with minors in Women's Studies and Communications. She won the Senior Women's National Championship with her club soccer team, the Oakville Storm and an under fifteen title with the North London Shooting Stars, becoming the first female goalkeeper to win both an Ontario indoor and outdoor cup and a national title.