Born and raised in Hamilton, Ohio, Brooke Weisbrod is an American sportscaster. She is popular for being the college basketball analyst for ESPN and the Big Ten Network. Likewise, she even won the NCAA Woman of the year award in 2001.
Brooke was born on 24th September 1979 in Hamilton, Ohio under the birth sign Libra. She grew up alongside her two older sisters with her parents. Sadly, Brooke’s parents got divorced during her childhood. Likewise, Weisbrod holds American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
As for her education, she went to Purcell Marian High School later transferring to Ursula Academy and graduated in 1997. She then enrolled at Coastal Carolina University located in Conway, South Carolina. In 2001, she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor degree in Marketing.
During her college days, she was active in sports like tennis, softball, and basketball. Moreover, she won several awards and honors like the Big South Conference’s Player of the Year, NCAA Woman of the Year, and more.
The 40-year-old beautiful sportscaster seems single at the moment. She is of very secretive nature and prefers to keep her private life very low-key.
Brooke might be married or dating someone, however, due to lack of confirmed news her truth remains under wraps.
She rarely talks about her relationship status to the public and may be waiting for the man of her dreams. Hopefully, she will let her well-wisher know more about her life.
Moving unto her fortunes, Brooke surely has a net worth in seven digits. Although she has not revealed her exact salary she surely earns in six digits. Besides, she even collects a nice sum of money from her sponsorships, endorsements deals, and advertisements she appears on.
According to payscale, the average salary of a sportscaster ranges around $31,000 to $211,236 annually. Similarly, the highest paid sports announcers take up to $5 million based on their experience. Brooke surely earns around the range.
Initially, Brooke worked for Germany’s Malburg Marlin before retiring due to her back injury. She also worked for GSD&M as an assistant media buyer. She joined ESPN Regional in 2003 as a women’s college basketball analyst.
Similarly, she has worked for many sports channel like WGN, NBC Sports, CBS Sports, FOX Sports, WNBA, Sporting News, and more. Weisbrod also worked as an on-air personality for the Kap and Haugh Show on WGN-FM from 2014 to 2015.
As of now, Brooke travels across the United States as a motivational speaker appearing at universities and seminars. Furthermore, she even hosted for big brands like Dick’s Sporting Goods and Nike.