Van Earl Wright joined Fox Sports Net as an anchor for the "Southern California Sports Report" in August 2002 and served as the host of the Los Angeles Kings pre-game show, "Break the Ice." Prior to Fox, Wright was a sport anchor in Los Angeles.
He also spent three years (1993-96) as a sports director for NBC affiliate WDIV-TV in Detroit (where he was named "Sportscaster of the Year" in 1993) and four years at CNN (1989-93), dividing his time between CNN Headline News and CNN Sports. In addition, Wright has served as a host for The National Sports Report, Fox Sports News and the "Rock N' Jock" specials for MTV Sports.
Andrew Siciliano, co-host of Fox Sports Radio's Morning XTRAvaganza, grew up in Reston, VA, graduating from South Lakes High School in 1992. While attending Syracuse University, Andrew started his radio career, getting his feet wet at WAER and WSYR. Siciliano graduated from Syracuse in 1996, and landed an anchor/reporter position at all-news WMAQ-AM in Chicago immediately following graduation. When WMAQ secured the broadcast rights for the Chicago Bears in 1999, Siciliano was enlisted to host the post-game talk show. He remained at the station until 2000, when he moved to Los Angeles to work for Fox Sports Radio.
In addition to his co-hosting duties, he serves as the radio play-by-play voice of the Arena Football League's Las Vegas Gladiators and during the NFL season, he hosts a fantasy football television show for Fox Sports Net.
Born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley, Krystal Fernandez, the youngest of six kids had to tough it out early with four brothers and one sister (four brothers - that's why Krystal's a natural with sports). She joined Fox Sports Radio in March 2004 as the morning update anchor and also serves as a sports/feature reporter for KTTV/Fox 11 TV in Los Angeles. Prior to joining Fox, she was a sports reporter and anchor for a number of radio stations in Southern California. Krystal is single and resides in Los Angeles.