Kevin Nathan is an anchor at NBC Connecticut. He can be seen weeknights at 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. alongside co-anchor Kerri-Lee Mayland.
Since joining NBC Connecticut in 1996, Kevin has won 10 New England Emmys, including 3 in 2016, and he has received 35 Emmy nominations. He has also been voted the Connecticut Sportscaster of the Year by his peers 7 times.
In the summer of 2016 in Rio, Kevin covered his fourth Olympics. He has also reported on five Super Bowls, seven World Series and many of the UConn men's and women's basketball National Championship teams and bowl teams.
In past years, Kevin was the sideline reporter for the UConn Football Radio Network, hosted "Sports Talk" on WTIC Newstalk 1080 and filled in as a sports anchor for WNBC in New York.
Kevin graduated from Dickinson College in 1990 where he was named a Division III All-American safety. As a senior, he set a school record with 10 interceptions on the Red Devils 1989 undefeated team. He also captained his college baseball team for three years. In high school at Phillips Andover in Massachusetts, Kevin was an all-league pitcher and nominated for the U.S. Olympic baseball team as an outfielder.
Kevin spends much of his free time giving back in the community. He has served as a board member for a number of local charities and has volunteered as an emcee and host for hundreds of events across the state.
Kevin and his wife Kristine have three children: Ryan, Brynn and Katie.