Sean Coffey

Sean Coffey is a sports reporter/anchor for Newscenter25.

A Westchester County, New York native, Sean attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia, receiving a degree in English and Marketing in 2017. He reported on W&M athletics for four years and provided play-by-play commentary for Tribe baseball, as well as men’s and women’s soccer.

Prior to moving to the Crossroads, Sean worked in the newsroom at both Spectrum News NY1 and SportsNet New York (SNY), the flagship station of the New York Mets. He is excited to continue his career in Victoria and call Texas his new home.

Outside the studio, Sean’s biggest passions are golf, traveling, and his hometown New York Yankees. You can catch him at Whataburger or Raising Cane’s, and at the gym trying to burn it all off. If you see him out and about don’t hesitate to say hi!

Please e-mail Sean any story ideas.


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Car crashes into Palm Harbor Homes

Protesters gather to defend Confederate monument in Deleon Plaza

Gathering featured 30-40 protesters, many armed

Victoria County reports 101 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths

Active case count up to 1,220 in Victoria County

Bobcats to receive state championship rings Saturday

Refugio football will hold ring ceremony Saturday morning

Generals still adjusting to TCL changes halfway through season

Second half of 2020 TCL season begins Friday night

Local baseball facility helps kids make college inroads

Vendetta Baseball has seen five athletes sign since the outbreak of COVID-19

Victoria Open set to tee off Wednesday

Tournament is being held for 25th consecutive year

Food Bank of the Golden Crescent receives $2 million donation from Formosa

Gantt named new VISD Athletic Director

Royal Cleaners donating mask proceeds to food bank

Business is selling masks for $10 each

Local VFW post hosting open house

Proceeds from food will go to at-need veterans

College student launches company amid pandemic

Victoria County reports 54 new coronavirus cases, 4 recoveries

County up to 238 active cases

Victoria Chamber of Commerce calls for mask policies

DeWitt County reports four new positive cases

County currently has 25 active cases

West powerlifter signs with college

Noah Martinez signs with Midland University in Nebraska

Victoria County reports 24 new cases of COVID-19

Local leaders address dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases, issue disaster declaration

Victoria County up to 150 active cases as of Monday evening

Generals cancel two preseason events due to COVID-19 concerns

Team still plans to play exhibitions this weekend

Specially called city council meeting called on Monday

Victoria City Council met Monday

STJ hires Duprie as new athletic director

Arrest warrant issued in homicide investigation near Inez

Arrest warrant issued in homicide investigation

Bobby Jack Wright stepping down as VISD athletic director

Generals play intrasquad game at Riverside

Generals head coach discusses changes to upcoming season

Victoria OEM addresses uptick in local COVID-19 cases

Refugio’s Kelley selected 47th overall by White Sox

Complete 360 expanding despite pandemic

Refugio football holds first in-person workout since pandemic outbreak

VISD in-person graduation concludes with Liberty Academy commencement

Governor Abbott, HHSC announce extension of emergency SNAP benefits during pandemic

Part one of East High School graduation takes place Wednesday

Part one of West High School graduation takes place Monday

Manning Gymnastics reopens for first time in over two months

STJ athletics director, head basketball coach both stepping down

Vela Farms moves to new location on Main Street

Local boutique adapting to pandemic landscape

Local coronavirus hotline changed

Lavaca County ends COVID-19 disaster declaration