5 of the top female sportscasters working today


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Hey Guys, if you think that sports are the man’s world, then you are wrong. Ladies are going to steal your heart in the sports arena also. Yes, beware. Women are into the fashion of turning into sizzling sportscasters just like you.

Female broadcasters are now setting their mark in the field of various sports.
Females have been into sports broadcasting since the days of Phyllis George and Jayne Kennedy, these two were the first to find their individual roles in sports broadcasting.
Let me introduce the top 5 female sportscasters on your favorite sports channels.


Rachel Nichols
She is an ESPN reporter and hosts two shows Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown. She is also a regular sportscaster for the NBA and a correspondent for E: 60. She is known for her thorough reporting. She gets more air time than LeBron James.
She has been working with ESPN for the past 8 years and enjoys a repute as a noteworthy journalist.

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Lisa Salters
A renowned journalist and former women’s collegiate basketball player, she’s been a popular newscaster for ESPN and ESPN on ABC since the year 2000. Mostly she is popular as a sideline reporter and on “Outside the Lines” and “E: 60”. She covers NBA, college basketball, college football and ESPN’s Monday Night Football in place of Suzy Kolber.

Andrea Kremer
She is a notable television sports journalist, and presently she is the Chief of Player Health and Safety Issues for the NFL Network and at the same time featured on HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel”. Until some period in 2011, she enjoyed the position of a sideline sportscaster for NBC and did the coverage of Sunday Night Football. She blazed a trail for Suzy Kolber, Rachel Nichols and many more.

Her life as a sportscaster has been very remarkable– she has covered more than 20 Super Bowls, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Playoffs, NCCA’s Men Basketball Finals, PGA Championships and many more.

Robin Roberts
Oh! How could I forget her, though she rarely does sports anymore because of her poor health, but it was her early days in ESPN that gave her fame. She was popular when she went along with Sportscenter, and earned fame for the slogan “Go on with your bad self”.
She is included in the Women’s Basketball Hall of fame for her long contributions to the game of women’s basketball through her reporting.


Doris Burke
Another sideline reporter, whom you can watch on NBA on ABC and NBA on ESPN. She is also the color analyst for the college basketball season. She is able to handle the news coverage of both men’s and women’s basketball at the college and pro level. Formerly an analyst on Big East Game and WNBA games on MSG. She was the first among the women to call a New York Knicks games on radio and television.

These are just a few among the huge crowd. There are some local favorites slowly climbing the stairs of fame. Therefore, Men, it’s time to take a look, as women are giving a tough neck-to-neck fight even in sports arena.

Author’s Bio: Bertha Young, is a sports buff and a former college basketball player. She enjoys the NBA of both, men and women on TV and writes review on them in her blogs. She asks her readers to check out the attractive deals from their dish network retailers to watch their favorite sports channel.

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