Tracy Wolfson Biography & Net Worth
|Popular Name:||Tracy Wolfson|
|Birth Date:||March 17, 1975|
|Profession:||Sportscaster, Sport Reporter|
|Net Worth:||$5 Million|
Tracy Wolfson was born on March 17, 1975, in New York, United States. She is famous for being a talented sportscaster who currently works at CBS Sports. In a male dominated field, this lady has been a striking force since the start of her career, and she has been up the ranks with her competitors as one of the best sportscasters her country has ever had.
Tracy Wolfson’s Biography & career
Wolfson was raised in Congers, New York. She and attended Clarkstown High School North in Rockland County. For her higher education, Tracy attended the University of Michigan and graduated with a degree in communications.
She started her on-air career as a sports anchor at WZBN in Trenton, New Jersey. She then made appearances as a reporter for a local Long Island college-run news station, Long Island News Tonight (LI News Tonight). Furthermore, she worked for MSG Network as a reporter and anchor, and also covered golf, Arena Football, and college football for ESPN from 2002 to 2003.
Since 2004, Wolfson has been a significant member of the CBS family where her sports broadcasting skills and creativity have been put into usefulness. At the moment, she is the lead field/floor correspondent for all live CBS Sports basketball and football broadcasts. She also works with the lead on-air talent panel in each of the sport events she covers. Since joining the network in 2004, she has been the CBS college football sideline reporter and has performed nearly perfectly, leading her to be considered to be a part of one of the top college football coverage teams in the United States. As a sideline reporter, her main role is to interview coaches at the end of each half and also give updates on player injuries and other situations.
Additionally, Tracy is an anchor on CBS Sportsdesk and also a reporter for gymnastics, tennis, auto racing, skiing, college basketball, ice skating, track and field and rodeo. Starting from 2004, this brilliant sportscaster has covered all the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four and the U.S. Opens. She did postseason sideline coverage for the National Basketball Association on TNT from the 2011-2016 league Playoffs and contributes to the National Football League on CBS by reporting on the Super Bowl and sideline covering for preseason games with Dan Dierdorf and Greg Gumbel or Phil Simms and Ian Eagle, such as the Seahawks vs Packers preseason game in 2013.
On May 22, 2014, it was revealed that Tracy would be joining Phil Simms and Jim Nantz as a National Football League sideline reporter every Thursday night and also on some Sunday afternoon games starting from the 2014 season.
Tracy Wolfson was the floor reporter for NCAA men’s basketball championship games on TBS in 2016 and on CBS in 2017. Her voice is also heard during sideline reports in “NCAA College Hoops 2K8” on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game consoles.
Awards & Achievements
Tracy was invited to join Mississippi State University’s College Sports Speaker series in 2005, and she has been an M.C. and spokeswoman for several Foundation for Diabetes Research events. She was named by USA Today as one of the “Best New Faces” of the NCAA tournament in 2004. With several years left in her career judging by her age, it is expected that she will bag an Emmy Award and several more as the years go by.
Personal Life & Family
Together with her husband, David Reichel, and their sons, Tracy resides in Tenafly, New Jersey. Since December 2002 she has been married to her longtime lover, David Reichel. They were both students in the same college but became close and started their affair after graduating. The couple are blessed with three children, Dylan, Ari, and Evan.
This incredible lady has been involved in several charity programs and endorsement deals. She has been a notable spokeswoman for several foundations on diabetes and research gatherings since 2005. She was a College Sports Speaker of the Mississippi University series in 2005, and is a brand ambassador for Nike Sports. The American journalist is a member of the board of Jewish Community Centre in Tenafly, New Jersey participates in the Golf Classic committee, called Play For The Kids. A philanthropist by nature, the generous anchor raised funds and presented occasions together with the March of Dimes, Ryan Foundations, and Englewood Hospital to fight cancer. To end childhood cancer, she signed up for the St. Jude Run/Walk, and has also been fully involved in several aspects of charity.
Tracy Wolfson Net Worth
It is estimated that this gorgeous American journalist gets a fat paycheck of between $30,144 to $181,825 from CBS network. It is believed that she bags more than $600,000 every year from the station; hence it is speculated that she is currently worth about $5 million, a fortune that has all been earned from sports broadcasting and sideline reporting.
Brilliant, confident, and beautiful, Tracy Wolfson is a go-getter regardless of working in the midst of giants in the industry. She has positioned herself as a dedicated woman who can be all round by balancing her family and career, and continues to show that nothing on this earth will stop her from accomplishing a task.