Originally from Houston, Texas, Julia Morales Clark (born April 12, 1985) is a sports anchor and reporter for AT&T SportsNet Southwest, as well as a sideline reporter for the Houston Astros and a pregame and postgame talk show personality.
For the Astros and Rockets, she is on her ninth season of announcing.
She formerly worked as a reporter for Time Warner Cable News before joining AT&T SportsNet Southwest.
The Super Bowl, the NBA Finals, and the World Series were just a few of the major events she covered during her time at the network.
Morales formerly worked as a reporter for KTEN-TV in Sherman, Texas, KYTX CBS 19 in Tyler, Texas, and Your News Now in Austin, Texas, before joining AT&T SportsNet Southwest in 2015.
At the University of Texas, Morales was a part of the Pom cheerleading squad, which she graduated in 2012. During the Longhorns’ 2005 national championship win in Pasadena, she was on the sidelines to witness the victory.
Where did Julia Morales go to High School?
The name of her high school is yet to be known. Her high school education was completed in a local high school. Julia went on to the University of Texas, where she earned a bachelor’s degree with honors.
She was a part of the Pom spirit club at the university throughout her stay there. Julia was also on the sidelines when the Longhorns won the national title in Pasadena in 2005.