Will Selva

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Veteran sports anchor, Will Selva can currently be seen anchoring on the NFL Network and Fox Sports1 based in Los Angeles.

Selva joined ESPN in August 2007. During his time with the Sports Network he has anchored a number of the network's premiere shows including SportsCenter, SportsCenter America, NBA FastBreak, College Football Live, ESPN News and ESPN 2's First Take. Selva also anchored coverage of UEFA Euro 2008 on ESPN2.

Prior to working at ESPN Selva served as a sports anchor and reporter for CNN in Atlanta, where he could be seen every weekday morning on Morning Express with Robin Meade (formerly Robin & Company). He also traveled to cover major sporting events including the World Series, Kentucky Derby and Super Bowl for CNN and its affiliate stations.

Prior to his work at CNN, Selva was the sports director for KXTV in Sacramento, California, and a sports anchor/reporter for KRON-TV Bay Area.

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Selva was raised in San Francisco, where he graduated from St. Ignatius College Preparatory. He obtained a degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Telecommunications at Arizona State University.

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