Top 10 Hottest ESPN Reporters: Glamour on the Field

Like every other profession, women are proving to be a tough competition for men in journalism also. The sports profession is very much a man’s world in today’s world also but the same cannot be said about the journalism world specially while talking about the sports journalism.

ESPN the greatest channel of sports journalism has many attractive female anchors, analysts, contributors and reporters. It is always said that the sports reporters are valued more for their beauty more than their talents. But many reporters have managed to prove a perfect combination of beauty with brains. Below are the top 10 most beautiful, hottest and famous ESPN reporters in 2022.

Before we talk about hottest reporters, have you ever wondered who are the 10 most handsome men in the whole world?

10. Nicole Briscoe

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Nicole Briscoe was born on July 2, 1980 in Wausau, Wisconsin, USA. Nicole is an American sportscaster who is working with ESPN right now. Nicole was employed initially for covering auto racing for ESPN. She even worked as the host of NASCAR countdown and NASCAR now. Nicole entered the world of sports center anchoring in the year 2015.

The beautiful and attractive reporter got married to the Indycar series driver Ryan Briscoe in Hawaii in the year 2009. In the early years of her career, Nicole worked as a general assignment reporter for WANE TV IN Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Nicole then worked in WISH TV and covered many major events like Indiana polis 500, the United States Grand Prix, the NBA’s Indiana Pacers and the NFL’s Indianapolis colts.

9. Cassidy Hubbarth

Cassidy Hubbarth was born on September 19 in the year 1984 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Cassidy pursued her education at the University of Illinois. Cassidy is an American ESPN anchor and host. Cassidy hosts NBA Tonight that is aired on ESPN and is also the anchor of the show; sports center which is also a part of ESPN. Cassidy also worked as a reporter for Big Ten Network and Fox Sports South.

Cassidy was felicitated with the Emmy award for her outstanding interactivity on SEC Gridiron Live. Right after her graduation, Cassidy also worked as a traffic reporter for Navteq and a producer for WMAQ NBC5 Network in Chicago. Cassidy joined ESPN as a studio anchor, host for college football and host for college basketball and NBA for ESPN3 in August 2010. Cassidy started working as a full time reporter for ESPN in March 2013.

8. Britt Mchenry


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Brittany May Britt Mchenry was born on May 28 in the year 1986. Britt was born in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey, USA. Britt is an American sports reporter for ESPN. Britt is known for spellbound beauty and her intellect. Britt is currently working as a Washington, DC based reporter. Britt started working for WJLA TV and at News Channel 8 as a sports reporter and a fill-in anchor.

Britt joined ESPN in March, 2014 as a Washington, DC based bureau reporter. She worked for various shows at ESPN like; sports center, outside the lines, NFL Live and Basketball Tonight. Britt got caught in a verbal abuse controversy.

A video was leaked on April 16, 2015 in which Britt was seen making outraging remarks and disrespecting other employees for which she later apologized. Britt was laid off by ESPN on April 26, 2017.

7. Maria Taylor

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Maria Taylor was born on 12 May, 1987. Maria Taylor is an American an analyst and a host and is working for ESPN and the SEC network currently. Maria attended the Centennial High School and was felicitated with many awards in her four year career. Maria was awarded with an athletic scholarship to the University of Georgia. Maria joined SEC networks in the year 2014.

Maria worked as the sideline reporter for ESPN in the year 2013. Maria covers college football, college volleyball and college men’s and women’s basketball. Maria is also the cofounder of Winning edge which aims to educate the people and women belonging to ethnic minorities.

6. Antonietta Collins

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Antonietta Gonzales Collins was born on 22 November in the year 1985. Antonietta was born in Mexico City, Mexico. Antonietta is the daughter of a very famous television reporter Maria Antonieta Collins. Antonietta is working as an anchor for Sportscenter for ESPN. Antonietta pursued her degree of communication in the University of Mount Union.

Antonietta worked at local TV stations in Florida at the start of her career. Antoniettajoined ESPN in the year 2013. Antonietta made it to success in a very short time due to her dedication, hard-work, beauty and intellect.

5. Elle Duncan


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Lauren Elle Duncan was born in Atlanta; GA. Elle is an American anchor, host, reporter, actress, writer and a television personality. Elle began with her career as an intern with the two live stews which is an American sports talk radio show. Elle after a year was hired to host a show by Ryan Cameron. She worked there as a traffic reporter. Elle joined NESN in the year 2014 as an anchor, reporter and host.

Elle started co-hosting NESN live with Sarah Davis. Elle also worked as the sideline reporter for the Red Sox and hosted the coverage of super Bowl XLIX. Elle became a part of ESPN on April 27, 2016 as an anchor of sports center. Elle also made an appearance in a movie in the year 2014; Ride Along as a news reporter.

4. Jaymee Sire

Jaymee Sire was born on August 25 in the year 1980. Jaymee is a sportscaster who was working for ESPN. Jaymee worked at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area in the beginning of her career where Jaymee worked as an anchor/reporter for SportsNet Central and a reporter for Giants Pre Game Live and Giants Post Game Live. Jaymee also worked as a sideline reporter for the Golden State Warriors.

Jaymee in her successful and dedicated career produced and hosted A Day in the Life. Jaymee left CSN Bay Area in early 2013 for a job at ESPN. Jaymee made her debut on ESPN as an anchor on April 11, 2013 for Highlights express on ESPN News. Jaymee started working as the reporter for Sports Center from May 5, 2013. Jaymee was laid off by ESPN in April 2017.

3. Lindsay Czarniak

Lindsay Ann Czarniak was born on November 7, 1997 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA. Lindsay is an American sports anchor and reporter. Lindsay in early years of her career worked with WRC TV, the station that is owned and operated in the Washington, DC. Lindsay joined ESPN in August 2011 as an anchor for Sports Center.

Lindsay received her degree in online journalism from James Madison University. Lindsay even worked behind the camera for CNN. Lindsay married Craig Melvin

2. Kaylee Hartung

Kaylee Hartung was born on November 7, 1985 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Kaylee has double degrees in journalism and politics from Washington and Lee University. Kaylee due to her double degree is covering both sports and politics since her graduation. Kaylee worked as an associate producer for Face of the Nation on CBS.

Kaylee also works for ESPN’s SEC network. Kaylee succeeded Samantha Ponder on the Longhorn Network. The Louisianan beauty is a mixture of beauty with brains.

1. Olivia Harlan

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Olivia Harlan has proved that she is much more than a beautiful face. At the age of 22, Olivia had three jobs which comprised of covering the Atlanta Hawks for Fox Sports, Hosting ACC All Access, and working as a college football reporter for ESPN. Olivia completed her degree in less than 4 years and took charge of her career. Olivia won the beauty pageant; Miss Kansas Teen USA in the year 2010.

The list above will give you an insight about the 10 hottest reporters of ESPN in 2022. These ladies have succeeded tremendously in the men dominated profession. These women make us believe that dedication and hard-work can make you taste success in any profession.


What are the challenges faced by women in sports journalism?

  • Gender Bias: Women often face gender-based discrimination and stereotypes in a field traditionally dominated by men.
  • Work-Life Balance: Managing the demands of a career in sports journalism with personal life, especially for those with families.
  • Equal Pay: Addressing the pay gap between male and female sports journalists.
  • Harassment: Dealing with sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior in the workplace.

How can aspiring female sports journalists break into the industry?

  • Education and Training: Pursuing degrees in journalism, communications, or related fields.
  • Networking: Building connections with professionals in the industry.
  • Internships: Gaining practical experience through internships at sports networks, newspapers, or online media.
  • Building a Portfolio: Creating a strong portfolio of work, including writing samples, videos, and social media presence.

What impact have women had on sports journalism?

  • Diverse Perspectives: Bringing unique viewpoints and stories to sports coverage.
  • Breaking Barriers: Paving the way for future generations of women in the industry.
  • Advocacy: Raising awareness about gender issues within sports and journalism.

How can the industry support and promote women in sports journalism?

  • Mentorship Programs: Establishing mentorship opportunities for aspiring female journalists.
  • Inclusive Policies: Implementing policies that promote gender equality and diversity.
  • Recognition: Acknowledging and celebrating the achievements of women in sports journalism.

Final Words

In a field once dominated by men, these top 10 ESPN reporters exemplify the dynamic blend of talent and determination that women bring to sports journalism. In the realm of sports journalism, where the focus often leans towards the allure and expertise of female reporters, it’s intriguing to note that the world of entertainment also celebrates a similar blend of charm and talent, particularly among male celebrities who have captivated audiences worldwide. Their stories inspire and pave the way for future generations of female journalists.