Mary Strong

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Mary Strong

Mary Strong (born 1973) is an American sports journalist. She graduated from Loyola Marymount University, where she was a full scholarship athlete on the women’s Division I volleyball team, and later spent time on the AVP pro-beach volleyball circuit. Strong began her career as a news journalist for NBC and CNN, eventually earning an Edward R. Murrow Award for breaking news coverage. She parlayed her love for sports and broadcasting into a career on the sidelines for Fox Sports Network, covering AVP pro-beach volleyball, PAC-10 football, and Poker. She also helped launch the Sports Mix Channels for DirecTV.

Strong worked as a sideline reporter for GSN's Extreme Dodgeball as well as Fox Sports Net's Poker Superstars III, NBC's Poker Championships and the International Pool Tour in the U.S. and Europe.

In September 2006, Strong began reporting for NFL Network, covering breaking news on “NFL Network Now" and "NFL Total Access." She is also the Founder of The Green Yogi, an eco-conscious power yoga studio, with locations in Manhattan Beach and Berkeley, California.

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