Adam Shadoff

Adam Shadoff

Sports Anchor

Adam Shadoff is a Sports Anchor and Reporter at FOX 35. He started in June of 2015. Adam has worked at TV stations across the United States including stops in Sarasota, Fla., Albuquerque, New Mexico, Richmond, Virginia, El Paso, Texas, and Utica, New York.

In 2002, Adam earned his Masters Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Miami (Fla.). Before that, he earned his Bachelors Degree in Communications from Syracuse University.

Adam lives in Lake Nona and in his spare time gets crushed on the golf course by his wife Jodi, an LPGA Tour player. He also enjoys basketball, soccer, snow skiing (though not in Florida), the beach, watching sports, playing with his two dogs, and writing about himself in the third person.

He grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico and his favorite teams are the Denver Broncos, Detroit Tigers, UNM Lobos and of course, the mighty Syracuse Orange!

The latest from Adam Shadoff

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Jamahl Mosley introduced as new head coach of Orlando Magic

Jamahl Mosley was officially introduced as the new head coach of the Orlando Magic on Monday. President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman made the announcement during a remote news conference. Mosley becomes the 15th head coach in franchise history.

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Youth baseball teams required to be vaccinated to play

Pfizer is the only vaccine approved for people 16 and up, but that company is still for authorization to deploy the vaccine to kids ages 12 to 15. That could impact some local youth baseball teams. They want to play in a major tournament, but they were told that they have to get vaccinated first.

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Jacob Harris training for NFL

Former UCF receiver Jacob Harris was initially predicted to be an undrafted free agent after next week's NFL draft. But his draft stock has soared. Some experts think he could be a middle round pick. At this point, he's talked with the Rams and the Patriots, among other teams.

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Youth baseball teams required to be vaccinated to play

Pfizer is the only vaccine approved for people 16 and up, but that company is still for authorization to deploy the vaccine to kids ages 12 to 15. That could impact some local youth baseball teams. They want to play in a major tournament, but they were told that they have to get vaccinated first.

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Haley hits a homerun

Haley Amlong, a Boone High School student with Down syndrome, was cheered on by her teammates after hitting a homerun during a softball game between Boone and Apopka High School. The coaches and teams made sure Haley had her moment to shine.