Greg Brzozowski

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Sports Reporter

Greg Brzozowski is an eight-time AP award-winning Sports Anchor and Reporter who joined the ABC Columbia team in August 2016, just before Will Muschamp’s first season with the Gamecocks and Clemson’s run towards their second National Championship. He is very excited to be the Weekend Sports Anchor here at Main and Gervais.
Before moving to the Midlands, Greg grew up in New Jersey and first arrived in the Carolinas as a 2013 graduate of Elon University.
He began his career as the Weekend Sports Anchor/Multi-Media Journalist at WJHG in Panama City Beach, FL. Since then, he’s covered and reported from events across the NCAA, NFL, and collegiate conference championships, to high school state titles, IRONMAN triathlons, and local sports.
In his free time, Greg’s still watching the next game or filling up his phone’s memory talking about the latest news across athletics in group chats with family and friends. Either that, or he’s out and around the area practicing still photography or looking for an open road.

Articles

Jubb Delivers First Tennis National Championship

 South Carolina junior Paul Jubb capped off his brilliant run through the NCAA Singles Championship with a 6-3, 7-6 (2) win over the top player in the country to deliver the Gamecocks’ first national championship in men’s tennis.

Wofford moves on to SoCon championship game

On Saturday afternoon, the Wofford College baseball team used a 5-2 win over Samford in the 2019 Southern Conference Baseball Championship presented by Holston Gases at Fluor Field to advance to the title game.

D’Angelo Named to Canada’s World Cup Roster

South Carolina women’s soccer will see its first alumna on a FIFA Women’s World Cup roster as 2015 graduate Sabrina D’Angelo earned a spot on Canada’s 2019 squad. The tournament is set to begin on June 7, in France.

Clemson Tied for 10th after First Round of NCAA National Tournament

Underclassmen Colby Patton, Kyle Cottam and Jacob Bridgeman continued their fine play in the NCAA Tournament on Friday, leading Clemson to a 10th place standing with a 302 team score after the first round of the NCAA National Tournament at The Blessings Golf Course  in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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