ESPN Female Anchors & Sportscasters

Sport is the biggest phenomena of entertainment which human creates now in this modern world it goes next level because of the technology. Technology gives the sports channels way to broadcast every sports event anywhere anyplace before and after game every channel has a particular show where  they are doing analysis with export which makes the game very interesting for this they are using beautiful, hot, and sexy reporter which is most affected way for their market due to the very strong competition. Which makes the viewer to stuck in front of their tv which gives them a high rating.

So here we are presenting Top Ten ESPN Female Anchors/Sportscasters 2018, adorable, hottest and intelligent female reporters and a lot of their secret maybe you don’t know about their life and other gossips. So who are these women we have seen every time we glance at the big screen? After a long research, we have dug deep to put together and prepared a list of top ESPN female Sports reporters which you can see below.

Hottest Top Ten ESPN Female Anchors in 2018

11. Nicole Briscoe

ESPN Female Anchor Nicole Briscoe
ESPN Female Anchor Nicole Briscoe

Nicole Briscoe is an American Sportscaster who currently works for ESPN. She joined ESPN in 2008 when started the host ESPN’s Nascar Now. She mainly focused on covering auto racing network included Nascar Countdown and Nascar Now. In 2015, Briscoe became a SportsCenter anchor.

Nicole Briscoe attended Hononegah High School and graduated Northern Illinois University. She is a winner of the Miss Illinois Teen USA 1998. She is married to Ryan Briscoe who is an Australian professional racing driver.

10. Cari Champion

ESPN Female Anchor Cari Champion
ESPN Female Anchor Cari Champion

Cari Champion is an American broadcast journalist and began a career at ESPN in 2012. She has worked as the host of First Take for ESPN 2. In 2015, she became an anchor on SportsCenter. She has also appeared in ESPN’s E:60.

Champion began her broadcasting career with several local news stations. She attended the University of California, Los Angeles received a degree in English with minor in mass communication. In addition, she also wrote school newspaper, The Daily Bruin.

9. Dianna Russini

ESPN Female Anchor Dianna Russini
ESPN Female Anchor Dianna Russini

Dianna Russini is an American Sports Journalist who is currently working for ESPN. She was born The Bronx, New York City, United States. She has worked for NBC-TV in Washington D.C. She has been a reporter at CSN, NBC CT, WNBC and NBC News.

Russini has played women’s soccer at George Mason University. She has currently 18 thousand subscribers on her Instagram profile.

8. Samantha Ponder

ESPN Female Anchor Samantha Ponder
ESPN Female Anchor Samantha Ponder

Samantha Ponder is another beautiful female American Sportscaster from Phoenix, Arizona who currently works for ESPN. She is currently hosting Sunday NFL Countdown on ESPN. In addition, she has been married Christian Ponder since December 17, 2012.

Ponder attended Liberty University after Liberty’s Sr. Sports Producer, she was received a job offer by Bruce Carey as a sideline reporter for the Liberty sports television network.

7. Cassidy Hubbarth

ESPN Female Anchor Cassidy Hubbarth
ESPN Female Anchor Cassidy Hubbarth

Cassidy Hubbarth is an American television anchor who is currently employed by ESPN. She hosts ESPN’s NBA Tonight. Before joining ESPN she began reporting on athletes. She is a native of Evanston, Illinois who graduated from Evanston Township High School where she was a three-sport athlete for four years. Cassidy Hubbarth is a die-Hard Chicago Bulls fan and she has three youngest children.

6. Maria Taylor

ESPN Female Anchor Maria Taylor
ESPN Female Anchor Maria Taylor

Maria Taylor is an analyst and reporter who currently works for ESPN and the SEC Network. She mainly focused on covering college volleyball, football and men’s and women’s basketball. She graduated the University of Georgia with a degree in broadcast news and also earned her Masters Degree in Business Administration.

5. Antonietta Collins

ESPN Female Anchor Antonietta Collins
ESPN Female Anchor Antonietta Collins

Antonietta Collins is a sports reporter who is currently employed by ESPN. She is better known for being the cute daughter of Maria Antonieta Collins who is a famous Mexican journalist and television host. She graduated from the University of Mount Union.

4. Niki Noto Palmer

ESPN Female Anchor Niki Noto Palmer
ESPN Female Anchor Niki Noto Palmer

Niki Noto is a beautiful female American sideline reporter who is currently working for ESPN. She graduated from the University of Alabama. Niki Noto has also worked for FOX and SECN as a reporter and host. She is happily married to Michael Palmer and they have one child.

3. Lisa Kerney

ESPN Female Anchor Lisa Kerney
ESPN Female Anchor Lisa Kerney

Lisa Kerney is an American sportscaster who joined ESPN in February 2014. She raised in Leawood, KS where she attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School later she graduated Lynn University as a Broadcast Communications where she was a caption of the women’s basketball team.

Kerney has received many awards including The Montana Standard, Best Sports Reporter, and Best TV personality. She is happily married to Patrick Kerney who is a former American football defensive end.

2. Steffi Sorensen

ESPN Female Anchor Steffi Sorensen
ESPN Female Anchor Steffi Sorensen

Steffi Sorensen is a former German-American Basketball player at Florida. She was joined ESPN in 2011 and now a college basketball analyst and sideline reporter for SEC network. Before that, she was a fitness model and trainer, as well as was a sideline reporter for the college football games on FOX Sports

Steffi Sorensen enrolled in the University of Florida and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in telecommunications management in 2010. In addition, she played basketball where she was the captain and Most Valuable Player on the women’s basketball team in her senior year.

1. Molly Qerim

ESPN Female Anchor Molly Qerim
ESPN Female Anchor Molly Qerim

Molly Qerim is an American sports anchor and moderator for ESPN’s First Take (TV series). She was born in New Haven, Connecticut, not far away from the ESPN headquarters. She graduated with a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from the Quinnipiac University.

Molly Qerim was a reporter and anchor for CBS Sports Network and covered college football. She has been as the host of ESPN TV series First Take. Before that, she was also previously a sports anchor and reporter for NFL Network as well as was a host of College Football Live.

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