Reischea Canidate (born August 26, 1975) is an American journalist. She formerly worked for ESPN and ESPNews. Canidate attended college at the University of Southern California. Along the way, she has worked in different markets such as Fresno and San Diego. In college, she received B.S. in exercise science (Physiology).
She received her big shot in the broadcasting world in 1998 when she was asked to cover the Fresno State women's softball team in Oklahoma City. In addition to reporting sports, she was also an active part in it. She served as a high jumper for the USC Trojans.
In 2006, Canidate participated in an on-air sky diving event.
She has also been the guest MC for Harlem RBI's "Bids For Kids" Gala, a non-profit organization servicing youth in East Harlem, New York City.
Reischea is currently married to Alex Kapasouris. On September 10, 2010, Canidate announced live on ESPN First Take that she was pregnant. Canidate's baby was born February 7, 2011.
On Friday, July 29, 2011 she retired from ESPN First Take to start working on ESPN's Sportscenter.