Lindsay Joy joined the FOX31 and Channel 2 sports team in July of 2018 as a sports reporter.

Born and raised in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, Lindsay fell in love with sports at a young age. The daughter of a Kansas Jayhawk alum, she grew up watching plenty of college basketball and soon became a fan of all sports. But her love for college basketball grew even stronger when she attended Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA.

Since graduating from Gonzaga with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Lindsay has worked as a sports reporter and anchor all over the country. From covering the Cowboys in Wyoming to the Cavaliers in Charlottesville, she has seen plenty of great (and sometimes not so great) games. Lindsay eventually moved back to Spokane, where she had the chance to cover her alma mater’s 2017 run to the national championship game. She also covered Mike Leach and the Washington State Cougars, a beat that was never boring.

Lindsay is thrilled to be in the Mile High City and is always on the lookout for great local sports stories. If you have any ideas, questions, or just want to talk about Zag basketball, you can find her on Twitter (and sometimes Facebook).

Email Lindsay at Lindsay.Joy@KDVR.com.


Recent Articles
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    One of the most decorated high school track careers in Colorado history ended in a flash. In her final race at the CHSAA state championships in May, Denver East’s Arria Minor tied the state record in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.31 seconds. “I looked at the clock and then I was just like ‘whoa,'” Minor says, laughing. “It was an unbelievable moment, like let me wait for it to change. And it didn’t change, so it felt really […]

  • Fighters with Parkinson’s disease find new hope in boxing ring

    Gregory Ritscher is a fighter. “Learning to box, throw a good combination and hear those gloves pop gives you a great sense of self worth,” he says. The opponent that he’s been fighting for years is a tough one – Parkinson’s disease. “I was 55,” he recalls of his diagnosis. “That was April 26, 2011 at about 3:25 in the afternoon. You remember hearing things like ‘you have Parkinson’s.'” Eventually, he found a way to fight back. “Boxing has been […]

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    DENVER — A group of women who have dedicated their careers to helping veterans is running the Colfax Marathon as a relay team. “There’s that whole idea that you go further together, and that’s been true for us,” says Kim Wanous, a clinical social worker at the Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program, which is run by the VA. “We are a residential treatment program for veterans with PTSD,” explains Mandy Rabenhorst, a psychologist and assistant program manager. “We have this cool opportunity […]

  • Runners ready for ‘Epic Experience’ at upcoming Colfax Marathon

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    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — Jeffrey Prager knows well that sometimes wisdom means knowing what you don’t know. At 69 years young, Jeffrey just earned his second-degree black belt in the style of karate known as Shotokan. “You’re always learning,” says Jeffrey, who trains at Colorado Budokan. “First of all, I didn’t know if I’d have the stamina to make it through the test. I have felt a couple of slow downs during the course of my career here.” He called the […]

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  • Fort Collins man celebrating 100th birthday says sports have kept him young

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  • CHSAA rolls out the mats for groundbreaking state wrestling tournament for girls

    DENVER — From take downs to rowdy crowds, Saturday’s state wrestling championships at Thornton High School were action-packed. But as heated as things get on the mats, the competitors at this tournament are a special community. “Really, we all just support each other,” says Loveland junior Audrey Bankes, who placed second in the 118-lb. weight class. “We have way more fun and are joking around with each other more than the boys do. It’s just a community of wrestlers, we all want each […]

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