Beth Mowins Biography
Beth Mowins is an ESPN, CBS, and Marquee Sports Network play-by-play announcer and sports journalist. She usually calls women’s college sports, and in 2005, she became ESPN’s second female announcer for nationally televised college football games.
Beth Mowins Age
She was born on 26 May 1967, Syracuse, New York, United States.
Beth Mowins Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall
Beth Mowins Education
Mowins graduated from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a master’s degree in communications in 1990. She received the Marty Glickman Award for leadership in sports journalism from Syracuse in 2015, joining the ranks of Bob Costas, Marv Albert, and Sean McDonough.
She joined previous awardees Robin Roberts and Christine Brennan in accepting the CoSIDA Jake Wade Award for outstanding media contributions to collegiate athletics in 2014. Mowins was honored in the Greater Syracuse Hall of Fame in 2009. He is a native of North Syracuse, New York.
Beth Mowins Parents
She is a loving daughter of Len Mowins(father), however, her mothers’ name is still unknown.
Beth Mowins Husband
She has been happily married to Alan Arrallado. The couple wedded on 30 June 2019 in San Diego.
Beth Mowins Kids
She has no children yet. However, she is a stepmother to his son, Matt.
Beth Mowins ESPN
Mowins is an ESPN veteran and pioneering play-by-play announcer who has covered a wide range of sports. Her principal responsibilities include men’s and women’s collegiate sports. She was the first female broadcaster to call a nationally televised game. She was also the first female broadcaster to call an NFL game since Gayle Sierens did a regional telecast for NBC in 1987.
Additionally, in 2005, Mowins began calling college football on ESPN. During the fall, she works with Anthony Becht and Rocky Boiman on ESPN and ABC Saturday games. She’s also a frequent on ESPN’s men’s and women’s basketball schedules during the regular season. Mowins has called NCAA Championships in basketball, softball, soccer, and volleyball since joining ESPN in 1994, and has been the voice of the Women’s College World Series for almost 20 years.
Moreover, she was also a member of ESPN’s reporting of Germany’s 2011 Women’s World Cup. During the 2017 NFL season. Mowins worked four NFL games for CBS Sports, and she has been the play-by-play voice for Oakland Raiders preseason games since 2015, working with NFL legends Tim Brown and Matt Millen. She is still the school’s all-time help leader with 715, despite being a three-time all-conference pick and 1,000-point scorer. She is also a member of Lafayette College’s Maroon Club Hall of Fame. Along with fellow veteran and ESPN analyst Doris Burke, Mowins and Salters make up ESPN’s first all-women NBA broadcast.
Beth Mowins NBA
Mowins became the “first” female broadcaster to call a nationally televised game during ESPN’s season-opening Monday Night Football doubleheader. She was the “first” woman to call play-by-play for an NBA regular-season national game on ESPN earlier this season.
Beth Mowins Salary
She earns a salary of approximately $72000 annually.
Beth Mowins Networth
Her net worth is approximately $1 million dollars