Megan Mawicke, a Chicago area native, serves as weekend sports anchor for CBS 2 Chicago. She is a sports reporter for the station during the week.
Mawicke joined CBS 2 Chicago in 2004 from WMAQ-TV where she had served as a freelance sports anchor and reporter since 2002. Before that Mawicke worked at Fox Sports Net (2000-2002), serving three regions: Chicago, Bay Area and Ohio. In that position she anchored several 30-minute shows per day. Mawicke also hosted the pre and post game shows for the Cubs, White Sox, Bulls and Blackhawks and served as a correspondent for the Bears.
Previously, Mawicke worked as a sports anchor and reporter at WBAY-TV in Green Bay, Wisc. (1998-2000). She also served as co-host for a one-hour live Green Bay Packer Monday Night kick-off show. Before that she served as a production assistant at WMAQ-TV (1998).
Mawicke began her television career with ABC News as a freelance producer during the Democratic National Convention and Presidential Inauguration (1996-1997). She later worked for Medill News Service in Washington, D.C., as a reporter for WKYT-TV in Lexington, Ky., WIFR-TV in Rockford, Ill., and WHO-AM in Des Moines, Iowa.
Mawicke is a four-time Big Ten Women’s Tennis Team champion and a two-time Illinois State Tennis champion. She competed on the WTA professional tour and in four NCAA tournaments. She received her B.A. in Journalism from Indiana University in 1995 and her M.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University in 1997.
In 2007 Mawicke won a Peter Lisagor Award for her story on the Bear’s long snapper. She has won three local Emmy Awards for her work on CBS 2 Chicago′s broadcasts of the LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon (2004, 2005, 2006).
Mawicke is a marathon runner and is involved with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
As CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports, Sam Kerr is one of the Chicago Red Stars who will be shining even brighter on the big stage.
“I’m putting everything on the line, my reputation, everything that I’ve worked for. And I’m anxious to see how I deal with a new set of pressures.”
White Sox Reliever Danny Farquhar visited Guaranteed Rate Stadium Tuesday for the first time since suffering a brain aneurysm three weeks ago.
Matt Nagy’s new offense might lead to some eye-popping numbers for one of their most dynamic playmakers.
Another round of major changes for the Bears was ramped up Tuesday with the start of a three-day mini-camp, under the direction of newly hired head coach Matt Nagy.
NFL dreams will come true for hundreds of college football players starting a week from Thursday. Downers Grove native Vontae Diggs has been hard at work to make sure his name is called during the 2018 Draft.
Sister Jean also provides a scouting report on their opponents during prayer before every game.
Loyola is dancing for the first time in 33 years.
A secret weapon with a soft touch, the 97-year-old not only prays with the team but also sends scouting reports.
“I don’t have any words too big for even me to understand,” he joked about his latest book, “Go Cubs Go.”
Kipnis grew up on the same Northbrook street as the much-maligned Cubs fan, CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports.
Cubs players said they won the National League pennant for the fans.
Boyette was sexually abused as a child and lived in the shadow of her athlete mother. CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports the story.
Mission Hockey has become one of nation’s premier girls’ hockey programs.
Fred Hoiberg has become the new face of the Bulls after taking over the head coaching reigns from Tom Thibodeau, but as CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke explains, someone else on Hoiberg’s staff — who you’ve probably never seen — is having quite the impact on the players.
A year ago, we were captivated by the incredible comeback story of Phillips Academy, both on the football field and in the classroom. The Wildcats are back at it now.
One hundred at-risk middle school boys from the North Lawndale and Evanston areas are tackling Northwestern for a two-week camp, reports CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke. Football is the hook, but the primary goal is academics and teaching life skills.
The Lewis University women’s basketball team is in the midst of a history-making season.
The Wildcats have a chance to get downstate and make Chicago Public League football history. As CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports, these young men are already winning in the game of life.
One Wildcat reserve pulled double-duty this past summer.