15 Sexy Female Sports Broadcasters
Any man can appreciated a beautiful woman who enjoys and knows sports. The sports networks realized that and hired gorgeous, sports savvy women to report the latest sports news. From college sports to professional sports, there are some very hot women sharing detailed play-by-play action. Whether they are standing on the sidelines or sitting in the anchor position these women make watching sports programs that much more interesting. Here are some of the sexiest female sports broadcasters.
Lisa Dergan Posednik Lisa Dergna Posednik began her career as a model. She was Playboy’s Playmate of the Month for July 1998. She was even a Bond girl in the 1999 007 film, Midsummer Night’s Doom. In 2001 she got her big break and was hired to work a weekend sports show alongside Jim Hill at KCBS in Los Angeles. A year later she joined Fox Sports Network where she was able to interview Tiger Woods, John Elway, and Chuck Lidell.
Jenn Sterger Jenn Streger was first noticed when she and a group of girls would wear skimpy clothes and cowboy hats to FSU football games. She went on to become a model and has appeared in Maxim and Playboy magazines. During that time she was contributing to Sports Illustrated writing for a column called Scorecard Daily. Soon after establishing her self as a journalist for SI, Sterger was hired to be the “Game Day” host for New York Jets home games. She launched her own web video series for Sports Illustrated called the Jenn-X Road Show. Sterger has returned to modeling and we don’t mind that at all.
Carrie Milbank Carrie Milbank was a Houston Texans cheerleader before she began a career as a sports reporter. She was first discovered when she was seen with Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist in Extra Mustard’s weekly “Did You See That?” gallery. She currently specializes in covering hockey and host her own show on NHL.com. Though hockey is her sport she has been seen at the Super Bowl as a reporter and on the red carpet at movie premieres.
Jillian Barberie Jillian Barberie is currently a co-host on the Mid-Day LA, a talk radio show on 790 KABC. Before hosting, Berberie was an actress and a very hot one. She has played roles in television shows such as Clueless, V.I.P and Melrose Place. In 2000, she was hired to present the national weather segment of Fox Sports Fox NFL Sunday pregame show, working opposite Curt Menefee, Howie Long and Terry Bradshaw. She made every man become interested in the weather.
Jill Arrington Jill Arrington has always been in the broadcasting business. She graduated from the University of Miami with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Her career began as a producer for 5 years for a nationally syndicated entertainment show called Main Floor. She then moved on to the sports world becoming a sideline reporter for Fox sports covering tennis and football. She was also the co-host of FOX Sports NFL Under the Helmet for one season. When you look as gorgeous as Jill, finding a job in front of a camera is not hard.
Ines Sainz Ines Sainz host the show Dx Tips, a Spanish language sports programming. She is also a journalist for Azteca Deportes. Sainz latest gig in as a boxing match hostess in the English language. You can find some of Sainz works in Men’s Health, Sports Illustrated and the Bleacher Report. She has interviewed big sports names like Roger Federer, Kobe Bryant and Derek Jeter.
Danyelle Sargent Danyelle Sargent is a graduate of Florida State University and began her television career at WGXA, in Macon, GA. Prior to joining ESPN, she had previously worked as a sports reporter and anchor for Metro Sports, a local Time Warner Cable sports channel in Kansas City from 2002 until 2004. She served as sideline reporter for the Kansas City Chiefs during the 2004 pre-season. In the same year she was hired by ESPN and contributed to Cold Pizza and ESPN First Take, two popular shows on the network. She left ESPN after she dropped a F-bomb on air.
Jamie Little Jamie Little is a pit reporter for NASCAR covering the sport for Fox. She used to cover the Indy Racing League for ESPN/ABC. Outside of the race track, Little has covered the Winter and Summer X Games for ESPN. She has bounced back and fourth between Fox and ESPN, but is currently is covering Sprint Cup Series and Xfinity races for Fox.
Sarah Kustok Kustok began her television career as an analyst and sideline reporter for ESPN, covering college football, basketball, and high school football. She also worked as a TV sideline reporter for the Chicago Bulls, Blackhawks, Cubs, White Sox and Fire for Comcast Sports Net Chicago and was a substitute anchor for the network and filled in as sports anchor for WMAQ-TV. Currently Kustok is a sideline reporter with the Brooklyn Nets and contributes to Nets magazine.
Samantha Ponder Samantha Ponder is a native of Phoenix, Arizona, but her career and a sports broadcaster began in New York. She attended The King’s College in New York and landed a hostess job at ESPN Zone where she met Ben Keeperman a college football researcher and manager with ABC Sports Radio. That acquaintance led to an internship at the network which in turn led to a researcher-assistant job with ABC-TV on the college football studio show. Ponder replaced Erin Andrews on the College Game Day show.
Sage Steele Sage Steele hosts the Friday and Sunday editions of NBA Countdown on ESPN and ABC. For 5-years prior to the NBA assignment, Steele was a full-time co-host of Sports Center, ESPN’s flagship show, and has previously contributed to ESPN First Take, Mike & Mike in the Morning, and Sports Nation. Steele’s first television sports reporting job was at WSBT-TV, the CBS affiliate in South Bend, Indiana, as a news producer and reporter from 1995 to 1997. She has been sexy ever since.
Rachel Nichols Rachel Nichols graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. After receiving her degree, she worked for the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel and Washington Post, where she covered the NHL’s Capitals. She was then picked up by ESPN and was a regular part of Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown. Sports Illustrated has called Nichols “the country’s most impactful and prominent female sports journalist.” In 2005, Nichols was named one of Esquire’s “Women We Love.” She is currently a sports correspondent for CNN and Turner Sports.
Molly Qerim Absolutely stunning, Molly Qerim is by far one of the most attractive female sports reporters. She received her masters from Quinnipiac University in broadcast journalism after getting her bachelors from the University of Conneticut. Qerim served as an anchor and reporter for CBS Sports Network, where she covered college football, National Signing Day, the NCAA Tournament and the U.S. Open. She is also widely regarded as a female pioneer in covering the UFC from her time with ESPN.
Heidi Watney Heidi Watney was an athlete in high school participating in hurdles, diving, gymnastics and cheerleading. She went to the University of San Diego and where she graduated with honors in 2003 and was the runner-up in the 2002 Miss California pageant. After college she became a sports talk radio host for ESPN Radio 1430 KFIG, and a weekend sports anchor for KMPH-TV, in Fresno. In 2011 she was hired by Time Warner Cable Sports Net in LA, but left a year later to join the MLB Network where she hosted the the Quick Pitch show and is now a sideline reporter for the Boston Red Sox.
Erin Andrews Erin Andrews is probably the most known female sports broadcaster for her knowledge of sports and her looks. She was the co-host for the College Game Day show before being replaced by Samantha Ponder. She is now the host for Fox College Football. Andrews has been the go to reporter for year covering major sporting events including the Super Bowl and the World Series.