Randy McIlvoy joined KPRC 2 as Sports Director and anchor in 2004 and is a native Houstonian.
Randy graduated from Bellaire High School in 1985, and then went on to Sam Houston State University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree four years later.
McIlvoy's career began in 1989 with stops in Port Arthur, Beaumont and Dallas before arriving at KPRC.
He moved back to Houston from Dallas, where he spent six years covering the Big 12 Conference, high school sports and every professional team in the region as a lead anchor for Fox Sports Net's Southwest Sports Report.
Randy is a three-time Emmy Award winner for top sportscaster in Texas in 2003, 2004 and 2010. Overall, he's been an Emmy Award nominee seven times, including in 2006 for his work on Sports Sunday. He has also received the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters award for Best Sportscast four times.
In his current role, you can see him on KPRC 2 Sports at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m., along with Sports Sunday. Each fall, Randy serves as host of the popular Friday Football Frenzy. Randy has also appeared on NBC's Football Night in America each fall.
In his spare time, Randy also serves as a play-by-play announcer for Comcast and FSN college and high school telecasts, and is also on the radio airwaves in Houston where he hosts a high school/ college football recruiting show, Houston Football Hour, on Clear Channel's Sportstalk 790. He is also involved with Houston's VYPE HS Sports Magazine.
Randy and his wife, Tammy, have two daughters, Courtney and Keely. In his free time, he is an avid golfer and saltwater fisherman and loves to travel.
Randy and his family are active members of Sugar Creek Baptist Church in Sugar Land. You'll often see him out and about often speaking to local youth and men's business groups.
Randy and his wife also serve on the school board for Logos Prep Academy in Sugar Land.