Marc Davis

Marc Davis

Sports Director

Marc Davis is the sports anchor for NBC12. Marc hails from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and received his bachelor's degree in Communications/Journalism from Shippensburg University.

He started his career out as a photojournalist in Harrisburg and began his on-air career in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he worked his way up to Sports Director. Marc has covered the College World Series, several college football bowl games and the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Marc lives in Midlothian. He has two daughters, Ella and Preslie.


  • Shippensburg University

Recent Articles by Marc

  Henrico trainer using Zoom to keep athletes going

Redskins eliminate Richmond’s annual training camp fee

  NASCAR keeps drivers, fans going with iRacing

  NCAA ruling to allow extra year of eligibility impacts local schools

  Past, future Flying Squirrels to benefit from updated minor league pay allowance

  Despite isolation, Sportable keeping athletes active

  Hopewell’s Henderson heads to Ohio State having ‘always wanted to be a Buckeye’

  Local personal trainer offers workout tips

  High school seniors see academic, athletic careers come to an end

  Virtual happy hour fundraiser held to support Richmond’s servers

Walker named AP First Team All-American

  Richmond-area sports bars enduring ‘March Sadness’

Spiders receive votes in final AP Top 25 to cap off unfinished season

Red Cross urges blood donations amidst severe shortage

Councilman hopes to spread word on free school meals, RPS to deliver

Spring race weekend at Richmond Raceway postponed

  Pharmacies see customer flow increase

  Atlantic 10 Tournament has been canceled

  High School Basketball Tournament Central

Virginia Union women, Virginia State men headed to NCAA Tournament

Monacan grad Walker named AAC Player of the Year

Thomas Dale’s turnaround season finds Knights in state quarterfinals

  Chester 9-year old sprinting to success in track and field

Spiders use late sprint to top Davidson, clinch top four spot in A-10 Tournament

VCU sees lead slip away, falls to Duquesne on Senior Night

Flying Squirrels release 2020 promotional calendar

Richmond bounces back, holds off George Washington

Shorthanded VCU tripped up by UMass; losing streak reaches five

Henderson takes No. 1 ranking among 2021 running backs

  Trinity’s Dabney climbing the fencing ranks