Kevin Bolinger Biography
Kevin Bolinger is an American journalist working as a sports director as well as a reporter for FOX 5 News. He joined the team in 2005. He is a Sacramento native.
Kevin and his significant other, Jodi, live in Summerlin with little girls, Brooke and Brenna, and nosey games adoring Basset Hound named Wrigley.
Kevin Bolinger Age
He is from Sacramento, USA. Information about his age will be updated soon.
Kevin Bolinger Wife
He is married to Jodi and the couple has two kids; Brooke and Brenna.
Kevin Bolinger FOX 5 News
Sports Director/Reporter Kevin Bolinger joined FOX5 in 2005 and manages the station’s games inclusion including UNLV, Raiders and Golden Knights. He is additionally the host of RebZone, the authority UNLV Coaches Show.
Kevin started his telecom profession in 1993 in the wake of moving on from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. The Sacramento local has additionally worked in Monterey, CA; Yakima, WA; and Boise, ID mooring sports and news, just as covering legislative issues.
Kevin has secured almost every major game from Super Bowl and World Series to the Olympics and NASCAR. He’s seen and announced the development of games in Southern Nevada to where it is today, an NFL and NHL town. Kevin has gotten four Emmy® Awards for his work.
RebZone Sports Show – Nov. 12, 2017
Article by Bolinger
Runnin’ Rebels fall to San Diego State in Mountain West tournament, likely ending season
Jalen McDaniels had 25 points and 14 rebounds as San Diego State topped UNLV 63-55 in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Conference Tournament on Thursday.
Devin Watson had 19 points for San Diego State (20-12). Nathan Mensah added seven rebounds.
Kris Clyburn had 19 points for the Runnin’ Rebels (17-14). Amauri Hardy added 11 points and seven assists. Joel Ntambwe had 10 points and eight rebounds.
SDSU shot a UNLV-opponent season-low of 29.8 percent, but still topped the Runnin’ Rebels, who shot a season-low 32.3 percent.
San Diego State advances to the tournament’s semi-finals versus the University of Nevada-Reno, Friday at 6 p.m. PT.
The Runnin’ Rebels’ season is likely over unless they’re invited and accept a bid in a postseason tournament. The team loses seniors Kris Clyburn and Noah Robotham to graduation.