A country girl at heart, I was born and raised a farm girl in NEPA (Northeastern Pennsylvania). I graduated from Western Wayne High School as the class athlete and found my passion for sports journalism. I am an avid sports lover and proud to cover all of Central Pennsylvania.

I joined FOX43, December of 2016, as a video journalist. From covering Penn State football, to local stories and filling in for our sports guy, you can say I do it all.

Before starting at FOX43, I was a student-athlete at Shippensburg University. I competed on the SHIP Track and Field team, #PrideTeamTradition, was an All-PSAC jumper and a hurdler. When I wasn’t competing or studying, I was a Sports Anchor and Sideline Reporter for the university television station, SUTV. Not like I wasn’t busy enough, I also worked in the sports information office, covering all of SHIP’s 20-sports teams.

Before graduating from SHIP, I was a sports intern at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania. I had the honor of interviewing some pronounced professional athletes from NASCAR’s Mark Martin, to Major League Baseball’s Chase Utley and Ryan Howard.

I graduated Shippensburg University in 2013 with a Bachelors of Arts in Communication/Journalism, with an emphasis in electronic media and a minor in Coaching. I loved SHIP so much, continuing into my graduate degree and graduated in 2015 with a Masters degree in Communication Studies, concentrating on digital media and strategic public relations.

I am a recent PAB award-winner with FOX43. My most memorable moment, so far, at FOX43, was traveling to Charolette Motor Speedway to feature a Millersburg High School student, taking his foundation around the track, raising awareness for his rare brain cancer and being an advocate for children.

In my spare time, you can catch me spending time with friends and family, walking my husky Kona, enjoying the great outdoors, working out and watching my favorite sports teams. Yes, I have an array of teams! (Penn State Football, Duke Basketball, N.Y. Giants, Boston Red Sox)

My bucket list is to attend every NASCAR track, NFL and MLB stadium and attend a Final Four.

Have a story idea? Email me at lbarna@fox43.com or hit me up on Facebook @lyndsaybarnaTV, Twitter @lyndsay_barna and Instagram @lyndsay.barnatv.

I’m always looking for a great BBQ or tailgate, let me know where yours is at. See you at the next Penn State game!


Recent Articles
  • Lawmakers push for less distracted driving

      LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, Dauphin County — It’s as simple as hitting the don’t disturb or downloading an app on your phone that disables incoming calls, texts or emails while driving. “Until Alicia died, I did not know the severity of the consequences of what could happen with any form of a distraction and unfortunately it took losing my daughter to realize,” said Jodi Bales, mother of daughter killed by distracted driver. Just over three years, Jodi Bales of Enola, […]

  • Red Lion hosts Unified Track and Field meet

    RED LION, PA– Some York county students with special needs competing alongside their school’s track and field athletes. Red Lion High School hosts teams from Dallastown and York County School of Technology for a unified track meet. The teams combine students with special needs and track and field athletes to promote friendships and understanding between the students. “There’s a couple that you kind just get close to and just to see the smiles on their faces, it’s a wonderful thing,” […]

  • Genesis Golf hosts ladies night

    STEWARTSTOWN, P.A. — The Masters kicked off earlier this week and what better way to get more women involved in the sport then having a ladies night. “It kind of takes the pressure off. It’s just us ladies. We can kind of chill, relax and chat about golf,” Jennifer Ickes, New Freedom. That’s just what ladies night at Genesis Golf in Stewartstown. “You get to meet other women that are in the same boat that want to learn golf that […]

  • Harrisburg Senators challenging fans to give back ahead of Opening Night

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — The Harrisburg Senators are challenging fans to give back ahead of Opening Night at FNB Field on City Island. Every Thursday — starting tonight — fans can park for free if they donate a grocery bag of clothes, which benefits Community Aid. “They are a great community partner, as well, they do a lot for the community and what they do stays in the community and that was important to us,” said Terry Byrom, director of […]

  • Local runner raising money for charity to run in London Marathon

    MANCHESTER, York County — With the start of spring, starts the marathon season. In less than a month, one local runner takes a trip overseas to the U.K., to compete in the London Marathon. Claudine Godfrey of Windsor,  has a goal to run six of the worlds most renown marathons, called the “big six.” Already crossing off Boston and the New York City Marathon, off her bucket list. Godfrey is raising money and will run for the Get Kids Going […]

  • Big changes to BAPS Motor Speedway

    NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP, York County– More than six decades of racing at BAPS Motor Speedway and ahead of its 65th season, BAPS took advantage of the off-season and made some much needed improvements. “We’ve always been pushing pretty hard for safety and renovations and the facility was kind of behind the times,” said Kolten Gouse, BAPS Motor Speedway General Manager. Renovations span over three months and it didn’t come cheap. Well over a six figure improvement to install a 950 foot […]

  • Beto O’Rourke makes presidential campaign stop in State College

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Centre County — Beto O’Rourke met with Penn State students at the Lion Shrine early Tuesday morning, before making numerous stops around campus. The biggest talker, college tuition. O’Rourke  had a warm welcome from Penn State’s Democratic Chapter for the 2020 Presidential Candidate, but one of the hardest questions on the mind of a student from Chambersburg, student debt. “I want to make sure opportunities are spread across everyone. Those who want to attend a great four year […]

  • Former Warwick track and field star looks to repeat at NCAAs

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Centre County — Many factors play a role in the perfect throw, but during competition, it only takes one to win it all. “I was on top of my game, feeling like a million bucks. Stars really aligned that day,” said David Lucas, Penn State (Warwick) That day just happened to be at the 2018 Division I Indoor National Championships at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. That’s where Penn State’s David Lucas, won the weight throw title […]

  • Local ballers help excel Spartans season

    SPRING GARDEN TOWNSHIP, York College — For two Spartan basketball players, wanting to stay close to home. York College gave them the perfect shot. “It was an easy transition for me to go from a local school and go here and kind of having the same community backing me. Also, coaches and players that are around here and know me pretty well. It was just an easy transition,” said Darin Gordon, Spartans Forward (Spring Grove). But also, having the opportunity […]

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