Andrew Keesee

Andrew Keesee

Sports reporter

Andrew Keesee is a multimedia sports reporter for the FOX 13 Sports team. He joined FOX 13 in January of 2020.

Andrew's TV news career began as a morning show producer for KWES in Midland, Texas before realizing his real calling was telling sports stories. He eventually moved into the sports department, and in front of the camera as KWES' weekend sports anchor and reporter.

A native Texan, Andrew lived in Florida for almost three years before moving to Tampa. He was a sports anchor and reporter at WINK News in Fort Myers. While at WINK, Andrew traveled all over the state, covering everything from minor league hockey, MLB Spring Training, NCAA basketball, football at all levels, and the Daytona 500.

Before Florida, Andrew left his weekend sports anchor position in Midland, Texas to become the sports director for WEVV in Evansville, Indiana. There, he helped re-establish a news broadcast that had been off the WEVV airways for 14 years.

In his free time, Andrew enjoys hanging out with his dog, Dwyer, rollerblading (often at the same time), and watching his favorite sport, hockey. Since moving to Florida, he has become a fond of the beach and kayaking.

If you or an athlete you know has an interesting story, Andrew wants to tell it. You can e-mail him at, contact him through Facebook, or follow him on Twitter at @Andrew_FOX13.

The latest from Andrew Keesee


Tampa Bay Cannons love competing despite disadvantages

Ultimate frisbee, while largely considered an underground sport, has been around for a while. There are professional teams across the country, including the Bay area's Tampa Bay Cannons. Playing for the Cannons is an exercise in "for the love of the game."


USF ready for first Super Regional

The 2021 Bulls have come a long way: The chance to face an opponent like that on a stage is quite the opportunity for a team picked to finish last in their conference.


Bay Area sprinter breaks record set by Usain Bolt

With a time of 20.11 seconds in the 200-meter race, Hillsborough High sprinter Erriyon Knighton bested a U18 record previously set by Olympic gold medalist, Usain Bolt. Knighting didn't set out to break a record set by arguably the greatest sprinter of all time, but he knew he would do something special that day.


Jefferson High baseball: A family affair

Coaching side-by-side is a dream scenario for the Nunez brothers, but there was supposed to be a third Nunez on the staff. Casey and Spencer's father Pasquale was going to be an assistant as well, but he passed away from renal failure in December.


Calvin Baisley, a Land O' Lakes legend

Calvin Baisley Field is home to the Land O' Lakes High Gators baseball program. The field is named after the legendary coach, Calvin Baisley. Such commemorations are typically done after a legend is gone, but Baisley is still very much the head coach.