Vincent Nguyen

Vincent Nguyen

per diem, News Producer

KCRW Staff/Producer

Vincent Nguyen was a sports reporter for The Times Community News/North – the Burbank Leader, Glendale News-Press and the La Canada Valley Sun. 

He currently covers high school sports for the Southern California News Group in the San Gabriel Valley — going on five years now. 

He graduated from Cal State Northridge and was the sports editor for the school’s student publication, the Sundial. 

A proud Pasadena native, Nguyen says he bathes in gallons of coffee and swims in a pool of Yerba mate on a daily basis.

Vincent Nguyen on KCRW

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