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Kaylee Hartung ’07: Live From the College World Series

If you’ve been watching the College World Series on ESPN, you might have spotted Kaylee Hartung, who graduated from Washington and Lee University in 2007 with a double major in politics and journalism. This week she’s in Omaha, Nebraska, reporting on the 2015 Division I baseball championships. If you missed her on ESPN, you can check out her photos from the event on her Instagram account or follow her on Twitter.

Sports fans might recognize Kaylee from her earlier reporting gigs. Before she joined ESPN’s SEC Network as a studio and field reporter, Kaylee was an anchor and reporter for ESPN’s The Longhorn Network, a sideline reporter for CBS Sports Network and a correspondent for CBSNews.com.

As well as hosting The Longhorn Network’s flagship program, “Longhorn Extra,” she covered the 2013 College World Series and the 2012-13 college football and college basketball seasons. During her career at CBS Sports, she covered CBS and Turner Sports’ online NCAA Men’s basketball tournament and CBSSports.com’s PGA Championship and tennis’ U.S. Open. She also contributed to NCAA.com and SI.com’s College World Series and BCS National Championship coverage.

Along with her duties at CBS Sports, Kaylee also worked in the CBS News Washington Bureau as a reporter on the daily “Washington Unplugged” program and was a featured correspondent for “Unplugged Under 40.” Kaylee first joined CBS News as Bob Schieffer’s assistant and quickly advanced to associate producer of the Sunday public affairs program “Face the Nation.”

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