Randy Scott

Randy Scott

Randy Scott joined ESPN in June 2012 as a SportsCenter anchor, responsible for writing content, providing interviews, and voicing highlights for ESPN’s flagship news and information program. Prior to joining ESPN, Scott served as anchor/reporter for NESN in Boston (2010-12) and WINK-TV in Fort Meyers, Fla. (2006-10). Previously, he was Sports Director at WNEG-TV in Toccoa, Ga. (2005-06) and anchor/reporter at KSWO-TV in Lawton, Okla. (2004-05). Scott earned Florida’s Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ, a national organization dedicated to the perpetuation of a free press) “Best Sports Feature” awards in 2008 for “Deaf Softball Star,” described by SPJ: This feature is both interesting and inspirational without being heavy-handed. Use of sign language like the pitcher and her teammates use was a good touch. He also received 2005 “Best Sports Promotion” honors from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. The Vienna, Va. native is a 2004 graduate of Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism.
Randy Scott looks forward to anchoring SportsCenter’s “pro day” coverage from road
Behind The Scenes

Randy Scott looks forward to anchoring SportsCenter’s “pro day” coverage from road

SportsCenter hits the road for coverage of "pro days" for NFL prospects at various college campuses this month. Anchor Randy…
Back to top button
Close