Kane O'Neill

KTVM Sports

POSTED: 9:42 AM Jun 07 2013   UPDATED: 1:26 PM May 14 2014

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Kane O’Neill joins NBC Montana as the Sports Anchor at KTVM.  Kane was born and raised in Windsor, Vermont. He attended Windsor High school, playing baseball, basketball and soccer for four years there.

Kane attended Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. He received the Undergraduate Award in Broadcast and Streaming Media twice and the award for Outstanding Senior in Broadcast and Streaming Media. He also received the 2012 Vermont Association of Broadcasters Award.

While in college Kane studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland, and enjoyed traveling to Rome, Paris and London.

When he’s not working you can find Kane at the gym, outside playing some type of athletics or spending time with friends. His favorite sports are baseball and football and he’s an all-around New England fan (Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins!)

Please email Kane with any questions, comments or story ideas. You can also find him on Twitter.

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UM's Molly Klinker transferring to Western

Former Fairfield star Molly Klinker will transfer to Montana Western this spring and be eligible to play for the Bulldogs in the fall.

Bobcats fall in shootout to Cowboys, 61-51

Montana State ends non-conference play with a heart breaking loss to Wyoming on Tuesday night, falling 61-51

Bobcats' Kalli Durham out 2-3 weeks after emergency appendectomy

Montana State senior Kalli Durham had emergency surgery Sunday night to remove her appendix and is expected to miss 2-3 weeks.

Durham, Hommes help Bobcats sting Yellowjackets, 76-57

Jasmine Hommes' 16 points and Kalli Durham's double-double help Bobcats to big win over MSU-Billings, 76-57

Michael Dison

Relocated by Hurricane Katrina, Michael Dison finding his way with Bobcats

After being relocated to Houston, Texas following Hurricane Katrina, Michael Dison has found his way at Montana State

Jasmine Hommes

Bobcats' Jasmine Hommes receives Co-Big Sky honors

After securing her second career double-double Saturday, Montana State junior Jasmine Hommes brings home Co-Big Sky Player of the Week honors.

Quinn McQueary

Bobcats' Quinn McQueary transferring to Montana Tech

Former Manhattan quarterback Quinn McQueary has decided to transfer from Montana State to Montana Tech, saying he didn't feel he got his rightful opportunity to play for the Bobcats.

Jennie Bender

BSF's Jennie Bender looks to remain top American in Nordic SuperTour Series

Bridger Ski Foundation nordic racer Jennie Bender looks to hang on to the top spot for American woman at this weekend's SuperTour series at Bohart ranch.

Singleton, Flowers earn All-America honors

Montana State's Alex Singleton and Deonte Flowers earn Third Team All-America honors Thursday.

Bobcats claw past Great Falls, 87-71

Montana State wins back-to-back games for the first time this season, taking down Great Falls 87-71.

Montana State basketball

Bobcats dig out win over S.D. School of Mines, 79-41

Michael Dison would once again lead the Bobcats in scoring with 24 points, pushing the Bobcats past the Hardrockers on Wednesday, 79-41.

Odin Coe

Bobcats' Odin Coe foregoing senior season to join Navy

Montana State defensive end Odin Coe will forgo his senior season to join the Navy.

Montana State

Rob Ash looks back at highs and lows of 2014 season

After finishing 8-5 in 2014, Montana State coach Rob Ash says he's excited about the future, but there are things MSU must get corrected before the 2015 season.

Michael Dison

Bobcats' Michael Dison named Big Sky Player of the Week

Montana State senior guard Michael Dison receives his first ever Big Sky Men's Basketball Player of the Week honors.

Dalton Daum

Butte High's Dalton Daum commits to Bobcats

Butte's record setting wide receiver, Dalton Daum, verbally commits to Montana State.