16 Facts About Allie LaForce


Alexandra Leigh LaForce was born on December 11,1988 and is an American journalist, model, and beauty pageant titleholder.


Allie LaForce was previously the lead reporter for SEC college football games, a courtside reporter for college basketball games, and the host of We Need to Talk on the CBS Sports Network.


Allie LaForce worked as a broadcast sports anchor and reporter for the Cleveland, Ohio, FOX affiliate WJW.


Allie LaForce won a 2011 Emmy award for anchoring FOX 8's Friday Night Touchdown high school football show.


Allie LaForce was Miss Teen USA in 2005, and played college basketball at Ohio University.


Allie LaForce attended Ohio University and played five games her freshman year under head coach Semeka Randall as a guard on the Bobcats' women's basketball team.


Allie LaForce began her career in pageantry after winning the Miss Ohio Teen USA 2005 title in September 2004, in her first attempt at the title.


Allie LaForce went on to represent Ohio in the Miss Teen USA 2005 pageant held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on August 8,2005.


Allie LaForce competed in the evening gown, swimsuit and final interview competitions, and was crowned Miss Teen USA 2005 by her predecessor Shelley Hennig, Miss Teen USA 2004 from Louisiana.


Allie LaForce's winnings included a one-year modeling contract with Trump Modeling Management and a scholarship to the School for Film and Television in New York City.


Allie LaForce earned a guest appearance in the NBC soap opera Passions.


Allie LaForce made appearances throughout the United States, promoting causes such as drug and alcohol awareness, as well as continuing to attend high school in Ohio.


Allie LaForce worked as a sideline reporter for Sportstime Ohio during the 2010 Mid-American Conference's football season, the 2011 MAC men's basketball tournament, and the 2011 OHSAA basketball championships.


Allie LaForce worked as a sideline reporter for NBA TV during the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.


In June 2018, it was reported that Allie LaForce would be leaving CBS Sports after the two sides could not come to terms on a new deal.


Allie LaForce later signed a deal with Turner Sports to continue her role as a sideline reporter for the NBA on TNT and the NCAA Tournament.