Rocco DiSangro

Sports Reporter

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rocco@wtvy.com

Rocco DiSangro joined the WTVY Sports Team as a reporter in July 2016.

He grew up in Levittown, PA, a suburban area outside of Philadelphia. He attended Bucks County Community College earning his associates degree in communications, and transferred to Temple University where he graduated with his bachelor’s degree in journalism in May 2016.

During his time at Temple University, Rocco was a sports reporter and anchor for Temple Update covering the Temple Football team in the AAC Championship Game in Houston, TX and then in the 2016 Marmot Boca Raton Bowl. In March 2016, he covered Temple Basketball in Brooklyn, NY in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament. He was also a newsroom intern at Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia.

Rocco likes to play golf, and watch sports in his spare time. Email him at rocco@WTVY.com with your story ideas.


Sports Headlines

Posted: 12/09/2017 - Troy tied the Sun Belt Conference record for points in a game and set an NCAA record with 81 points in the first half throttling Montevallo, 130-50, in Trojan Arena on Saturday.

Posted: 12/07/2017 - Troy University Director of Athletics Jeremy McClain and the Troy University Sports Hall of Fame Committee announced Thursday the members of the seventh induction class into the Troy University Sports Hall of Fame. The eight new inductees will be enshrined in a special ceremony on Saturday, April 21, 2018.

Posted: 12/06/2017 - Willie Taggart was introduced as the 11th head coach in Florida State history on Wednesday as he returns to the Sunshine State after one season at Oregon.

Posted: 12/06/2017 - After leading Troy to consecutive 10-win seasons and the school’s sixth Sun Conference championship, head coach Neal Brown has been named the Sun Belt Coach of the Year, the league office announced Wednesday. Additionally, one of the most dynamic all-purpose threats in the country, true freshman Marcus Jones has been named the Sun Belt Freshman of the Year.

Posted: 12/05/2017 - Willie Taggart is returning to the Sunshine State, this time as head football coach at Florida State.