Aaron Levine joined Q13 FOX in March 2007 and has been sports director since January 2009. He’s the host of Seahawks Gameday, Seahawks Saturday Night, Talkin’ Huskies and Q It Up Sports, along with his nightly sportscast duties.
Prior to Seattle, Aaron worked in Bakersfield, California, for 2 ½ years at KBAK, covering minor league sports, Cal State Bakersfield athletics and high school sports across Kern County.
He was the national runner-up on ESPN’s reality show, “Dream Job,” which was the company’s search for a new SportsCenter anchor in 2004. He majored in history at Stanford University.
From the minute he arrived in the Pacific Northwest, Aaron has been blown away by the incredible fan culture around all the local teams. His favorite memories so far have been celebrating championships, from the Seahawks Super Bowl parade in 2014, to both Sounders MLS Cup parades and the Storm’s WNBA Championship celebrations in 2010 and 2018. Just like everyone else, he can’t wait for the Mariners to finally contend for a World Series title, too.
Aaron lives with his wife Shayna, their son Kaden, and their mini-labradoodle Bailey. While he’s a veteran of game shows (he was on The Price Is Right as an 18-year-old), his dream is to one day be a contestant on Jeopardy!
Nate Robinson, Emeka Udenyi, and Darrion Trammell all played for City College of San Francisco last year and are now hoping to lead Seattle U to its first NCAA Tournament in 52 years.
Carroll and Wilson have worked together for a decade now. Rather than agents leaking information like gossiping schoolchildren passing notes in home room, these two multimillionaire professionals need to get on the phone or meet in person and hash things out.
Mariners beat writer, Corey Brock of The Athletic Seattle, joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine on "Q It Up Sports" Sunday night to discuss the aftermath of a viral video of Mariners president Kevin Mather, who has apologized for comments made to the Bellevue Rotary Club. Brock also helped us preview Mariners Spring Training.
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