The hottest female sports reporters cover everything from pro sports like NFL football and major league baseball to college games. Many of the women on this list got their start on the sidelines in college. Their hotness, combined with a great knowledge of sports helped them soar in the business and today, they grace our televisions often, helping us better understand the games. From Erin Andrews and Jenn Brown of ESPN to Jennifer Hale and Lindsay Soto of the NFL Network, this list includes some of the most talented female reporters
in sports today. Be sure to vote for your favorite sports reporter hottie, and, if you have a favorite who isn't listed, add her!
Being a female sports reporter is no doubt challenging at times. Looking super hot helps. Many of these women work in male-dominated sports, including football and yes, even NASCAR. Nevertheless, they've managed to excel in the field by using their brains. Beauty and brains? Yes, it is possible to have both, and the lovely ladies on this list prove that time after time. Whether they're reporting from the sidelines or in-studio, these female sports correspondents sizzle!
Occasionally, female sports reporters find themselves embroiled in controversy. Some of the women on this list have been involved in discrimination cases. In September of 2010, TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz's claims that she was treated improperly while in the New York Jets' locker room started a firestorm of controversy. In 2008, ESPN's Erin Andrews was videotaped through a peephole in her hotel room, and that video later surfaced on the web. The man behind the video, Michael David Barrett, received a prison sentence in 2010 for the incident. Fortunately, for all of us, both of these women continue to work in the world of sports – and they're still insanely hot.
Enjoy this eye-poppingly beautiful list of gorgeous sports reporters, and don't forget to vote for the hottest!
This list includes ESPN female anchors (ESPN women anchors
) NFL network anchors, ESPN hotties, and ESPN female personalities
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