Adam Kilgore

Washington, D.C.

Reporter covering national sports

Education: Syracuse University, attended

Adam Kilgore attended Syracuse University and made his first stop at The Washington Post immediately after college, serving a two-year internship and primarily covering college sports, mostly Virginia and Virginia Tech. He was part of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team that covered the 2007 shooting at Virginia Tech. He moved to Boston in fall 2008 to cover the Red Sox for the Boston Globe and returned to The Post in February 2010 to cover the Washington Nationals.
Latest from Adam Kilgore

Hoot and holler: Florida Atlantic beats Kansas State to reach Final Four

The Owls' dream season continues into a fantasy as they earn a trip to Houston next weekend.

March 25, 2023

March Madness highlights: FAU, U-Conn. men reach Final Four; U-Conn. women fall in Sweet 16

The women's Sweet 16 concluded and two men's teams punched their tickets to the Final Four on a busy Saturday of March Madness action.

March 25, 2023

Dusty May, student of Bob Knight, has FAU on cusp of the Final Four

“All I ever wanted to do was be a high school basketball coach in Indiana,” May said. The Owls will play in the Elite Eight on Saturday.

March 25, 2023

Florida Atlantic stifles Tennessee, crashes the Elite Eight

The Owls — just say 'Hoo!' — have rolled into the tournament's penultimate weekend with 34 wins and nothing but momentum after a 62-55 win over the Vols.

March 24, 2023

March Madness highlights: Gonzaga rallies to oust UCLA; Kansas State survives in overtime

Kansas State, Connecticut, Florida Atlantic and Gonzaga advanced to the Elite Eight after a dramatic slate of Sweet 16 matchups Thursday.

March 24, 2023

Markquis Nowell has his New York moment as Kansas State tops Michigan State

The Wildcats guard from Harlem sets the NCAA tournament assist record with 19 in a thrilling overtime win in the Sweet 16.

March 23, 2023

At 5-foot-8, Kansas State’s Markquis Nowell stands atop the Sweet 16

No player has made a bigger impact on the NCAA tournament than the undersized point guard who returns home to New York City and Madison Square Garden.

March 23, 2023

Has the Big 12 underperformed in March Madness? Your questions, answered.

Barry Svrluga and Adam Kilgore answered your questions about the men's and women's NCAA basketball tournaments.

March 21, 2023

Texas players make it clear with words and play: They want Rodney Terry

After allegations against its coach rocked Texas's season, Rodney Terry led the Longhorns to their first Sweet 16 in 15 years. Now, about that interim tag.

March 21, 2023

Arkansas is the king slayer again, dumping Kansas for a Sweet 16 trip

The defending national champion, which did not have Bill Self on the sideline, is out on the first weekend, and shirtless Eric Musselman is moving on.

March 18, 2023