Phil Brodsky joined the SportingNewsCT.com staff in 2005. Since that time he has broadcast scholastic football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, hockey, baseball, softball, and lacrosse contests as well as American Legion baseball. He also co-hosted the SNCT live sports talk program at Buffalo Wild Wings and has broadcast high school state championship football and volleyball games on Connecticut Public Television.
In addition, he has been he has been a sports writer and columnist for the Milford Citizen and the Elm City Newspapers, covering professional and scholastic sports in the Greater New Haven area for more that 40 years. In 2002, he won a first place Excellence In Journalism Award from the Connecticut Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists for a feature article he researched and wrote about how Obsessive Compulsive Disorder had impacted on the athletic career and personal life of a local high school student. Phil also has had broadcast experience with WFIF-1500 AM and WNHC-1340 AM.
A long-time collector of stamps and art, he is also a scholastic track official, and an avid reader of historical and biographical non-fiction.
Phil is a graduate of Southern Connecticut State University with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and has earned a master’s degree with additional graduate work toward a doctoral degree in history/political science from the University of Arizona. He has many years of experience in education both as a junior and senior high school social studies teacher and a college administrator.
In his spare time Phil enjoys camping, cruising, traveling, and working in his yard as well as visiting his two children and four granddaughters. Raised in West Haven and a graduate of West Haven High School, he has lived in Milford for 41 years.