Mary Rominger

Mary Rominger

Multi-Media Journalist

Mary Rominger graduated from Iowa State University in 2019 with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Journalism/Mass Communications with minors in Women's & Gender Studies, Sports and Recreation, and Leadership.

Mary also played club lacrosse at Iowa State and has a passion for all sports.

-- Hometown?

Seal Beach, California

-- Alma Mater?

Iowa State University

-- What's your favorite part of your job?

I enjoy the purity and passion in every individual I get to connect with for stories. Although, my overall favorite part of my job are the moments I get to talk, analyze and/or report on sports.

-- What's your dream story?

I’d go back in time and tell the story of the Dodgers 1988 World Series upset.

-- What did you want to be when you were growing up?

Since 6th grade I wanted to be a sports broadcast journalist.

-- What got you interested in (news, sports)?

I was privileged enough to spend my free time going to sporting events with my Dad in Los Angeles, California, growing up. We had season tickets to all kinds of sports, from the Los Angeles Kings to USC football and volleyball. Through those experiences, I developed a deep passion for sports and their culture. Now getting to convey that to an audience with a similar passion to mine is all the more rewarding.

-- What person do you most admire?

It is comfortable for me to always have individuals to admire. I admire the methodology of Colin Cowherd, the storytelling of Vin Scully, the voice of Bob Miller, the spirit of John Wooden, the talent of Anze Kopitar, the selflessness of my family, and many more.

-- What's your favorite band?

I’m a die-hard Weezer fan. I also listen to a lot of Los Angeles based rappers and Eric Church.

-- What's your favorite sport to watch?

Hockey because I have a deeper understanding of the game itself relative to other professional sports. Although – baseball, football, golf, volleyball, lacrosse, and all Olympic sports give me equivalent joy.

-- What's your proudest moment?

Obtaining my first full-time job here at KEYC-TV. After four years of grinding through college to develop myself as a sportscaster, it all paid off when I accepted this job offer.


  • Iowa State University

Recent Articles by Mary

  Mural rebrands room in the New Ulm Medical Center

  Local youth guide nursing home residents on a sunset walk

  Mankato West to honor teacher during football game at TCO Performance Center

  Minnesota State-Mankato completes emergency preparedness training

  One of southern Minnesota’s biggest pumpkin raisers set for Fall season

  Mavericks soccer upsets two top-5 teams

MVL hosts New Ulm Cathedral in defensive showcase

  New Ulm holds on for home victory

  Pow Wow preparations continue with bleacher assembly at Land of Memories Park

  Mankato man deployed with American Red Cross in hurricane relief efforts

  HYPE hosts business networking seminar

  S.S. Boutique seeks community help with risk of closing

  Follow-up with VINE Faith in Action diabetes prevention participant

  Special guests visit SCC to inform on the hiring of non-citizens into the workforce

  Gaylord GPL hosts milestone 100th Anniversary Pow Wow

  13th annual Mankato Rock ’N Roll up Your Sleeve Blood Drive set to start Tuesday

  Lincoln Park hosts ceremony to commemorate descendants of Civil War veterans

  Mankato Pridefest commemorates a special life while bringing out record numbers

  BEA defeats NRHEG in section matchup

  Dominant start to the season continues for Waseca

  Merely Players seeks talent for opening show

  Construction for Le Sueur County sewer project set to begin

  SERVPRO provides emergency fires bags to area fire departments

River’s Edge Hospital serves large veteran population as St. Peter’s only urgent care authorized VA provider

  City and community members plan to transform a historic downtown St. James building

  USWNT Victory Tour stops in St. Paul, inspiring many

  Community gets the chance to canoe in the Swan Lake Paddle

  The Minneopa Golf Club is celebrating its 90th anniversary

  Volunteers repair the mountain bike trails at Kiwanis Park

  JWP handily shuts out Cotter to open the season