Courtney Lyle Biography

Courtney Lyle is a beautiful and successful American play-by-play sports commentator. Courtney gained fame for her exclusive coverage of college sports in NCAA games across the country. Before that, Courtney also interned for Titans Radio.

Early Life

Courtney Lyle was born on 26th February 1990 in Nashville her parents whose names remain a secret. She has never mentioned their professions or any other information. However, in an interview, she mentioned that her parents have been very supportive and played a major role in her dreams being fulfilled.

Lyle as a student attended a local high school where she was one of the members of her school’s broadcasting team. After her high school graduation, she enrolled for the University of Tennessee from where she graduated in 2012 and received her degree of Bachelors in the field of Journalism and Electronic Media.

Courtney Lyle Career

Courtney started her career as a journalist as soon as she graduated from the University. She started her career by working as a weekend sports anchor and a reporter for WBIR located in Knoxville, Tennessee after which she had the same job at 13 WMAZ in Macon. Later, she decided to join ESPN and SEC Network where she joined as a play-by-play commentator for sports including volleyball, basketball, and even softball.

She took a break of 2 years from ESPN, returned in 2011, and still works for ESPN and SEC Network. Over the course of the past decade, Lyle’s career continued its upward trajectory. In the eventful year of 2019, she covered an impressive 93 events across the nation, spanning various sports such as basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, and softball.

A crowning achievement during this period was her role as a broadcaster for the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. She had the privilege of working alongside the esteemed WNBA legend and Lady Vol basketball great, Tamika Catchings (’00, ’05), providing play-by-play commentary for the opening games. Courtney was one of the 17 sports reporters’ new voices who debuted with the NBC Olympics in the summer of 2021 at the world’s largest stage of sports which will make her dream come true

Courtney Lyle Biography

Real Name Courtney Lyle
Birth Date February 26, 1990
Age (as of 2023) 33 Years
Birth Place Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Nationality American
Profession Sports Commentator
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Pisces

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 8” – in Centimeters – 173 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 58 kg  –  in Pounds –  127 lbs
Shoe Size 7 (U.S.)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Black
Body Type Slim




School Brentwood High School
College University of Tennessee

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair No
Who is her Husband? Brett Jackson

Personal Life

Courtney tied the knot with her husband Brett Jackson. They started dating in 2019 probably and exchanged wedding vows in June 2023. 

Courtney Lyle Net Worth

Lyle is a hard-working and passionate woman who gives her best and is dedicated to her work. As a result, she earns an estimated net worth of $1 million mainly from her job as a play-by-play commentator. As an ESPN employee, she is expected to earn more after she gains more experience. 


  • Lyle was nominated for the Mid-South Emmy Award for her work in 2016.
  • She lost her father in 2017 due to cancer.
  • Her father helped her during the interviews and used to stay up late at night while Lyle used to work.
  • She was sure about her broadcasting career since she was in middle school.

3 thoughts on “Courtney Lyle Biography”

  1. Courtney is broadcasting the UK-Akron game tonight. I really enjoy her delivery. Very professional. She will go far, if there is such a thing at ESPN.


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