Ken Kosirowski

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Ken is ecstatic to be back in his home state of Wisconsin. He grew up in southeast WI and developed a strong passion for all major Wisconsin sports. After graduating from UW-Madison in 2017 with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, he spent two years as a Weekend Sports Anchor at the CBS affiliate station in Bismarck, North Dakota. Ken loves playing tennis and going on adventures with his amazing wife Leah.

Favorite band: Hands Like Houses
Favorite movie: Inception
Family: I am married to an incredible woman named Leah.
Pizza: Pepperoni and bacon
What I like about my job: I am thrilled at the chance to lead a sports department in my home state of Wisconsin, and I can’t wait to share my passion for Wisconsin sports on the air.
Sports teams: The Milwaukee Brewers are definitely my favorite team, and as a proud UW alum, I cheer for all things Badgers.
Thing I’m bad at: Cooking
Favorite way to spend a day off?: Playing tennis with my wife, then going out for a nice meal with her.

Articles

Packers WR Lazard steps up vs. Saints with no Adams

Luther new QB Yang impresses in varsity debut

Hillsboro, Kickapoo sweep in weekend volleyball matches

News 8 Now Highlight Zone: Prairie du Chien offense emerges in second half to beat Platteville

News 8 Now Highlight Zone: Luther offense impresses in blowout at Boscobel

News 8 Now Highlight Zone: Alma Center-Lincoln Hornets lose shootout in home opener

News 8 Now Highlight Zone: Mauston runs over Viroqua

Alma Center-Lincoln football taking 2020 in stride after adversity-filled 2019

Viroqua football offense to bring more 'stuff you see on TV' in 2020

Speltz's 2 goals help Cotter girls soccer wrap up Three Rivers

Onalaska soccer offense stays hot in 8-0 win vs. Arcadia

Arcadia pausing volleyball and boys soccer as school district goes virtual Sept. 28

La Crescent cross country sweeps invite vs. St. Charles, Kingsland

FLW chooses La Crosse for premier event in 2021

9-24 News 8 Now Play of the Week Winner

Viterbo volleyball postpones this weekend's home matches

Onalaska Football to play at Tomah Sept. 25

Hillsboro Sept. 25 football game with Ithaca postponed to Nov. 13

Melrose-Mindoro Football looks to youth to step up on the line this fall

Winona Football returns to field, takes on tall task of replacing historic senior class

Several players deciding between dropping soccer or playing both

Sparta halting sports beginning Thursday, discussions taking place Thursday morning

Onalaska volleyball beats Aquinas for first time since 2017

9-22 News 8 Now Play of the Week nominees

Pokela, Neumann lead Tomah girls golf to MVC tournament title

Winona High School pivots from Friday decision, now says fall sports resume Tuesday

Comes days after school decided to indefinitely postpone fall sports

Caledonia football gives props to MSHSL board for reinstating fall season

'It's go time': Mabel-Canton volleyball seniors ecstatic for reinstated fall season

MSHSL approves 6-week football regular season this fall

MSHSL returns volleyball to 2020 fall; season starts Sept. 28

Board now discussing football

Despite season pausing next week, Holmen volleyball battles to win 5-set thriller vs. Sparta

Hillsboro volleyball wins road clash at De Soto

Onalaska, Holmen soccer earn shutout wins

Early on-field chemistry exceeding expectations for Onalaska boys soccer

Onalaska football replaces canceled West Salem game with Westby Sept. 25

Will scrimmage at West Salem Friday

West Salem, Holmen school district co-curricular activities to be virtual starting Sept. 21

MSHSL meeting Sept. 21 to discuss returning football, volleyball seasons to fall

Offensive core returns for defending Dairyland champ Blair-Taylor football

After tough year in SWAL, Luther football excited for new opportunity in hybrid schedule

Giannis named to All-NBA First Team

Breaking: Big Ten officially votes football to start Oct. 23-24

Conference says vote was unanimous