Neil Everett Morfitt, known professionally as Neil Everett (born 1962), is a sportscaster for ESPN. He is best known for being the co-anchor of the West Coast edition of SportsCenter alongside Stan Verrett. Born in Portland, Oregon, and raised in Spokane, Washington, Everett attended Willamette University but graduated from the University of Oregon. He was initiated as a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity at Willamette and transferred that membership to the University of Oregon. He started out in broadcasting at a radio station in Florence, Oregon. However he left the media field and moved to Hawaii, where he worked 15 years as an athletic administrator at Hawaii Pacific University. He returned to broadcasting as a sports director and reporter for KGMB, Honolulu's CBS affiliate.
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