About Pat Doney
Pat Doney has been a sports anchor/reporter at NBC 5 in Dallas / Fort Worth since 2013. He has earned five Emmy and three Edward R. Murrow awards in his career, including the Emmy for "best sports reporter" in 2023. Known for his inspirational storytelling, Pat has reported at some of the top sporting events in the world. His assignments have included covering the Super Bowl, Olympics, Final Four, World Series and Kentucky Derby. He is the host of NBC 5's weekly Big Game Friday and Inside High School Sports shows, and provides pre-and-postgame coverage at Dallas Cowboys games on NBC 5's Emmy award-winning Big Game Sunday. Pat and his wife Sheleena have two children -- Barlow and Hudson -- and he has thoroughly enjoyed mentoring future broadcasters throughout his twenty years of on-air experience in Texas, Kentucky, Arkansas, South Carolina, Virginia and California. He can't wait to work with students at his annual sportscaster camp at TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication -- with 2024 camp registration opening soon!
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"Pat Doney is an extraordinary talent. He combines a wonderful work ethic with a magnificent personal touch. Working side by side with him at the 2014 Sochi Olympics gave me a bird's eye view into the character of the man. His passion for mentoring was evident and now he will be able to display his love for teaching at his Sportscaster Camp. There is no doubt in my mind that this exciting, interactive program will be the rage of the Metroplex!"
-- Bruce Beck, NBC New York sports anchor
"It is so inspiring watching Pat develop from my intern twenty years ago into an elite reporter and anchor whose storytelling is second to none in the industry."
-- Curt Sandoval, ABC Los Angeles sports anchor/reporter