Watch: Popular ESPN personality announces engagement

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – FEBRUARY 05: A view of the logo during ESPN The Party on February 5, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images for ESPN)

One of ESPN and the SEC Network’s most popular personalities officially declared himself banned today.

On Friday, ESPN’s Alyssa Lang announced her engagement to boyfriend Trevor Sikkema. She posted a photo showing her engagement ring with Sikkema standing next to her.

“We’re in Endgame now,” Lang said, adding a blinking face emoji.

Sikkema took to Twitter and announced that he and Lang were going on vacation for a while.

“We are about to start a very long journey so I may not be able to respond, but just know that I love each and every one of you,” Sikkema tweeted.

Alyssa Lang joined ESPN in 2018 and quickly rose through the ranks before signing a contract extension in 2019. The former broadcast journalism major from South Carolina is now the host of her own show – Out of Pocket with Alyssa Lang – in the same way Thinking out loud.

Lang also hosts DRY nowand co-hosts the NFL radio show Prime time alongside Field Yates during the NFL season.

Prior to joining ESPN, Lang was a sportscaster and newscaster in Jacksonville for several years. She previously worked for WLTX in South Carolina, covering South Carolina, Clemson and the Carolina Panthers, among other teams.

The sky is the limit of what Alyssa Lang can accomplish at ESPN. Maybe she will also invite some of her colleagues to the wedding.

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