Top 10 Hottest Women Sports Reporters
10 Jade McCarthy
Jade McCarthy is an American NBC Sports Boston sportscaster who was a longtime anchor at ESPN’s SportsCenter and a longtime NESN Regular host on NESN.
McCarthy began her career in Springfield , Massachusetts, on WGGB-TV. She then switched to WAFF, the Huntsville, Alabama-based NBC affiliate. At WCAU in Philadelphia she was a sports anchor where she received several Sports Emmy Awards. At the beginning of 2010 McCarthy joined NESN; she was a host and reporter for SportsDesk at part time. She became the host of the network’s new show NESN Daily after SportsDesk was canceled.
McCarthy left NESN in August 2011, after getting a job in Philadelphia with her friend, Gordon Stead. In September 2012, McCarthy returned to television joining ESPN as a SportsCenter anchor.
9 Lindsay Czarniak
Lindsay Ann Czarniak, is an anchor and reporter of American sports. She currently serves as a studio host for NASCAR coverage for Fox Sports and as a sideline reporter for NFL games. Czarniak joined ESPN as SportsCenter anchor in August 2011 and left ESPN in 2017 after spending six years with WRC-TV, the NBC owned-and – operated station in Washington , D.C.
Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on 7 November 1977, Lindsay Czarniak moved with her family to Northern Virginia when she was five. Her father, Chet Czarniak, had spent 17 years in the sports department of a local newspaper. Growing up as a sports fan at Centreville High School she played lacrosse and field hockey. She graduated with a Major in online journalism from James Madison University in 2000. She was a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority.
8 Charissa Thompson
Charissa Jean Thompson works for Fox Sports as an American television host and sportscaster. Thompson previously worked for ESPN, Versus and for GSN and the Big Ten Network. She was SportsNation’s co-host alongside Marcellus Wiley until her June 2013 departure from ESPN for Fox Sports. When it debuted on 17 August 2013, she became the host of Fox Sports Live on the new Fox Sports 1 network. She was one of Ultimate Beastmaster ‘s American hosts, as well. Thompson was a co-host at the syndicated entertainment news show Extra from 2014 through 2017.
Thompson was born in Seattle , Washington, and raised there. She knew she wanted to be a broadcaster from an early age, the youngest of three kids. She was in Kenmore, Washington, attending Inglemoor High School. Thompson moved to California to attend community college, gaining residency in California. She was later transferred to Santa Barbara University of California where she graduated with a B.A. In Law and Company 2004.
7 Sarah Spain
Sarah Colby Spain is a sports reporter for the USA. She works as a columnist for espnW.com, host for ESPN Radio, personality for ESPN TV and occasionally reporter for ESPN SportsCenter. Spain was born in Cleveland, Ohio, Illinois, and raised in Lake Forest. In 1998 Spain was the MVP and captain of her track and field, field hockey and basketball teams as a senior at Lake Forest High School. Spain attended Cornell University, where she completed her Masters in English. She was a heptathlete on the track and field team at Cornell Big Red, for which she was co-captain of her senior year.
6 Katherine Webb
Katherine Webb is an American model, a queen of beauty and a personality of television. Among the hottest women sports reporters, she holds th 6th place. She was 2012 Miss Alabama USA and is perhaps best known for her performance during the 2013 BCS National Championship Game broadcast.
5 Marisol Gonzalez
Marisol González Casas is a Mexican television personality, actress, and beauty pageant titleholder who competed on the 2003 Miss Universe pageant, held on June 3, 2003 in Panama City, Panama. González has competed in Miss Universe 2003 after winning the title of Nuestra Belleza México 2002. She is a sports reporter for Televisa Deportes and made her debut with Danna Paola in 2005 as an actress on the telenovela Contra viento y marea.
4 Renee Paquette
Renee Jane Paquette is a sports broadcaster from across Canada. She is currently signed with WWE where she appears on Friday Night SmackDown as a special contributor under the name Renee Young, and on WWE Backstage as a co-host. She is a former sportscaster for Sportsnet 360.Paquette started to work on the program called Right After Wrestling for The Score Television Network in the later months of 2009, later renamed Aftermath, where she presented alongside Arda Ocal, Mauro Ranallo and former WWE referee Jimmy Korderas.
3 Sara Carbonero
When she was from the Complutense University of Madrid in the 3rd year of Bachelor’s in Journalism, she entered Radio Marca as an intern and was hired six months later. She signed on as editor and sports presenter for Telecinco in April 2009.
In 2015 she created a clothing brand called Slow Love with two friends selling online clothing , accessories and beauty products.
She was introduced as a host of a Telecinco fashion TV show called “Quiero Ser” in July 2016.
2 Michelle Beadle
Michelle Denise Beadle is a sports reporter and host, who has worked for ESPN most recently. Formerly she was the morning sports show co-host Get Up! Together with Jalen Rose and Mike Greenberg, SportsNation’s co-host on ESPN2, and Marcellus Wiley, former host of Winners Bracket on ABC.
1 Erin Andrews
Erin Jill Andrews is an American sports and TV personality. She hosts ABC’s Dancing with the Stars and is a Fox NFL sideline reporter.
Andrews was a co-host of ESPN ‘s College GameDay and a contributor on the ABC network for Good Morning America. At many major sporting events, including the Super Bowl and the World Series, she has an on-air presence.