During her 25 year career as a reporter, anchor and producer at CBS Boston, and national networks, Alice has covered nearly every major U.S. sporting event, including 4 Super Bowls, 3 Olympic Winter Games, 2 World Series, 2 NBA Championships, the Stanley Cup Finals, US Open Golf, the Ryder Cup, and numerous NCAA Basketball Tournaments and Hockey Championships.
She was the New England Patriots weekly beat reporter from 2000-2010.
Alice (@alicemcook) has worked as a free lance reporter and host for national networks, including ESPN, WTBS and Turner Network Television. In 1998, Alice co-hosted “The Cutting Edge,” a daily figure skating show, throughout TNT’s coverage of the Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan. In 2002, Alice received the Gracie Award for a story she reported for ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” about gymnast and 9/11 victim Mary Rae Sopper.
Alice is also an Olympic figure skater. She competed in the 1976 Olympic Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria with pair partner Bill Fauver as a member of the US Figure Skating team that included teammates Dorothy Hamill, Tai Babalonia and Randy Gardner. Cook and Fauver were the 1976 US National Silver Medalists.
Alice currently is founder and president of “She’s Game Sports,” a new media company dedicated to women with a passion for sports. She also created and developed the sports website www.shesgamesports.com where she oversees content development and contributes as a feature writer.