Kevin was born and raised in Pasadena, Maryland. In 2007 he left for the Navy where he served five years onboard the U.S.S. Nimitz in San Diego and Seattle.
Since returning home in 2012, he has covered sports from the high school level to the Major Leagues.
Sports writer- Eyeonannapolis.net
The University of Maryland baseball team will hold walk-on tryouts at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium on Monday, Sept. 19 at 3 p.m. All University of Maryland students who are interested in trying out must complete the tryout student packet, and bring all… Read More ›
Navy Women’s Soccer Matched Moved Up
Due to the threat of impending weather in the Mid-Atlantic region Saturday’s women’s soccer game between Navy and Holy Cross in Annapolis has been moved up to Thursday afternoon at 1 p.m. Agreed upon by both teams in an effort to… Read More ›
Florence Cancels Navy Men’s Soccer
The matchup between Navy men’s soccer and Campbell on Saturday has been canceled due to Hurricane Florence’s forecasted landfall in the Carolinas later this week. The contest between Navy and Campbell was originally scheduled for this coming Saturday at 3… Read More ›
Navy Scores Late to Draw Charleston
The Navy men’s soccer team played to a 1-1 draw against College of Charleston on Sunday night at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility. Jacob Williams (Fr., Millersville, Md.) scored his first collegiate goal in the 71st minute for the Midshipmen (0-3-1)… Read More ›
Maryland-Virginia Showdown Tonight!
The Maryland men’s soccer team will face off with Virginia Monday night at DC United’s Audi Field in Washington D.C. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. Storylines Maryland is 42-29-9 against Virginia all-time. The teams last played in 2015, with the… Read More ›
Weather Forces Navy-Western Carolina to Draw
Mother Nature was the only winner on Sunday afternoon in Cullowhee, N.C. as a lengthy lightning delay eventually called an early end to the Navy-Western Carolina women’s soccer contest with the score knotted at 0-0. An even match throughout, the… Read More ›
No.4 Maryland Stays Unbeaten Against Old ACC Foe
The fourth-ranked Maryland field hockey team (5-0) held off a second-half push by No. 3 Duke (3-1) Sunday for a 4-3 victory in the B1G/ACC Cup at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex. With the win, the Terrapins are off… Read More ›
Maryland Captures Akron Invitational Title
Sophomore outside hitter Erika Pritchard recorded two double-doubles in a career day, posting a combined 41 kills and 25 digs as the Maryland volleyball team won a pair of matches over Stony Brook and Canisius on Saturday to win the Akron Invitational…. Read More ›
Navy’s Slow Start Sinks Opener in Hawaii
Cole McDonald threw for 428 yards and six touchdowns on 30-of-41 passing and Hawaii used a quick start en route to a 59-41 win over Navy on Saturday night. If you’re on the east coast and you’re awake right now…you’re… Read More ›
Terp’s Beat Texas in Emotional Return to Football
Maryland emerged from a trying offseason with an emotionally charged 34-29 upset of No. 23 Texas on Saturday, shaking off a lengthy weather delay to provide Matt Canada a satisfying victory in his debut at the Terrapins’ interim coach. After blowing a… Read More ›