Tyler joined the team in September of 2018, coming from northern California's KIEM-TV.
After spending time amongst the Redwoods in northern California, Tyler Stricker has moved east to cover sports on the Western Slope.
Tyler joined KKCO/KJCT in September of 2018 after he spent two years in Humboldt County, California as the Weekend Sports anchor at KIEM-TV. In his time on the North Coast, he covered everything in sports from high school athletics to drag racing, rodeos and even some bocce!
In 2016, Tyler earned his degree in Radio/TV/Film from The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where he was actively involved in several award-winning sports productions including basketball, football, soccer, and volleyball.
Born and raised in south central Wisconsin, he has a passion for local sports. His favorite sport is football. Tyler is happiest running up and down the sidelines covering all the action on a Friday night.
While not at work, Tyler enjoys watching movies, hitting the gym, finding new places to explore, or reading the latest news involving Wisconsin sports. His favorite teams include the Badgers, Packers, Brewers, and Bucks. He can’t wait to get out and hit the ski slopes here in Colorado.
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