Matt Randall

Matt Randall

Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter
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Matt Randall joined the ABC-7 and FOX Bangor news team in August 2015 as Weekend Sports Anchor and Reporter. A proud Midwesterner, he was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN and is excited to begin his career right here in Maine!

Matt graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Journalism in 2015, and his love for sports broadcasting grew through the several media outlets on campus. He hosted a sports talk show on WIUX, served as Sports Director and Anchor at IU NewsNet, and worked as a sideline reporter for IU Athletics through the Big Ten Network StudentU program in addition to multiple TV internships.

Matt's passion for sports is well-known among friends and family. Growing up in Indiana means basketball is king, but he also enjoys football, baseball and soccer. His favorite teams include the Pacers, his beloved Indiana Hoosiers, and yes, the Indianapolis Colts.

Matt is thrilled to be here in the Northeast, and looks forward to learning the sports that matter here in Maine! If you have suggestions for stories, things for Matt to enjoy in Maine, or just want to talk sports, feel free to contact him either by email at [email protected] or on Twitter at @mattrandall_

ORONO - One of the names synonymous with Maine women's basketball's recent success will receive a chance to play professionally, and she'll be headed closer to home in order to do so.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 22:14

Inside look at Speedway 95 preparations

HERMON - With the summer season well underway, Speedway 95 once again held its weekly Wacky Wednesday. Before the drivers hit the track and the fans hit the stands, we took a look at what it takes to make each raceday happen.

ORONO - One of the most important pieces to the Maine men's hockey 1992-93 NCAA Championship team was chosen to be inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. However, it's possible Paul Kariya wouldn't have come to Orono at all had it not been for Grant Standbrook. Now, the latter is being honored by their university.

WATERVILLE - Tuesday saw the official end of high school softball, as the Maine all-star team met New Hampshire for a double-header at Colby College. The second game was cancelled due to a storm, but they did get in some action before the rain began.

WATERVILLE - After a national search for a new leader of its athletics department, Colby College landed on its choice.

WATERVILLE - While champions were crowned in high school baseball last weekend, some of the best outgoing players took the diamond for the final time in the annual Maine All-Star games.

WATERVILLE - Less than a week after ending his high school career with a state championship, Orono baseball standout Jackson Coutts continued to go out on a high note by winning the Dr. John Winkin Award that recognizes the annual selection of Mr. Maine Baseball.

BANGOR - Husson University was the site once again for former New England Patriots players to hold their annual youth camp.

OLD TOWN - The Old Town Coyotes repeated as champions in Class B over the weekend. However, because of all the competition in the class this spring, head coach Jennifer Plourde said they never fully expected to reach these heights this time around.

CASTINE - Earlier this spring, Maine Maritime Academy found itself searching for a new coach after David Muchnick resigned as the leader of the men's basketball program. Now, the Mariners have found their guy.

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