The American sportscaster Jenny Taft is a former US athlete who gained fame as a host on America’s Pregame and a moderator Undisputed LIVE on Fox Sports 1. Also, she is the winner of the NSLA player of the year for her performance in Lacrosse in 2005.
Jenny Taft was born on September 5, 1987, in Edina, MN. As of 2019, she is at the age of 31 with the birth sign of Virgo which defines her personality as intelligence.
Traft is the daughter of John Taft (father) and Mary Taft (mother) in Minnesota, U.S.A and raised up with them in a friendly and sporty environment. Her father was the hockey player and won the NCAA title as a member, and her mother was a speed skater. She grew up with her sibling, younger brother Charlie.
Talking about Traft’s educational background, she enrolled at Edina High School and was captain of the hockey team. Also, she attended Boston University majored in Journalism in the year 2010.
Jenny Taft is married to her long-term boyfriend turned husband Matt Gilroy in June 2016. The pair got married privately in Santa Barbara, California. She enjoys a romantic love affair with her long-term boyfriend Matt and spends romantic vacations with him.
As of now, it has been over two years since the couple tied the knot and is living happily in Minnesota, U.S.A without no rumors of separation and divorce issues.
The American sportscaster Jenny Taft’s net worth is reported to be around $2 million. She has earned a decent amount of money from her career as a host and journalist with the Fox News. According to some sources, an average annual salary of a Fox News reporter is $45,676-$85,914 and that ranges from $41,658 to $108,310 a year.
Similarly, her husband Gilroy has a net worth of $2 million from his career as he is an American professional ice hockey player who plays for the SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers.
Jenny Taft was a good player of hockey, lacrosse, and tennis. He has won 2005 NSLA lacrosse player of the year. Also, she was engaged to the 2006 MSHSL AII-State Team and 2005 MSHSL/NSLA AII-Star Team. In 2008, she appeared 11 games and able to score three goals and two assists.
Currently, Taft is working for FOX Sport 1 in a variety of roles. She worked as a sideline reporter for the network’s coverage of college football as well as a field reporter for sometimes.