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!
Orlando City is looking past their win over Inter Miami on Wednesday and looking ahead to the next match with New York City FC on Tuesday.
So far, so good for the Orlando Magic inside the NBA bubble. The team held its third practice since arriving at Disney earlier this week.
Major League Soccer returns on Wednesday as Orlando City will take on in-state rival Inter Miami. It is the first time the Lions have played a competitive match in four months.
Major League Soccer has not been spared the coronavirus as many teams have been impacted. Orlando City is expected to play on Wednesday night.
A player with the Orlando Magic has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the team's president. The team arrived at Disney on Tuesday for the upcoming NBA season.
Orlando City will be playing a few night games in the upcoming MLS short season The club began night training this week.
The Denver Nuggets shut down its practice facility ahead of a planned visit to Orlando.
The first Orlando City match in the MLS return season is July 8. The Lions were one of the first teams to arrive at Disney for training and they are also one of the first clubs to get acclimated.
The Orlando Magic will soon play ball at Walt Disney World. The team is forced to take extreme safety measures to prevent spread or exposure to the coronavirus.
Three University of Central Florida football players have tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced Tuesday.