Monica McNutt is an analyst on the ACC network, the ESPN network, game analyst for ACCN’s basketball coverage, an analyst for the information show ‘All ACC’ and ‘Nothing But Net’. She is also a former standout guard for the Georgetown women’s basketball team.
Monica was born on 24th October 1989, in Suitland, Maryland, to her lovely parents Kevin McNutt and Desiree McNutt. She grew up with her sister Melanie in Suitland. In the early days of Monica’s life, her father was her coach, both in life as well as when it comes to basketball. Monica McNutt played basketball for a majority of her student’s life and she was coached by her father.
When it comes to academics, she attended the Academy of the Holy Cross and got her graduation degree from the Georgetown University and post-graduation degree from the University of Maryland. Monica McNutt graduated with a BA in the English language from the Georgetown University in the year 2011. She got her master’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park in the year 2013.
Monica McNutt Career
Monica McNutt played as a standout guard on the Georgetown women’s basketball team from 2007 to 2011. She is a whopping 6 feet, 182cm tall, making her a really hard opponent to play against. She helped lead the basketball team to the NCAA Sweet 16 tournament. A successful and promising basketball career laid in front of Monica but a media and techniques class made her passionate and fall in love with journalism. She got her first internship with NBC4’s sports department.
From the year 2011 to 2013, she worked for The Washington Post, head-starting her career. She was also working for the Verizon Fios 1 News during the same time, from 2011 to 2015. She was a member of the NBC Sports Washington and Washington DC area television station (WJLA) in 2015 and the American Sports Network in the year 2017.
Monica was appointed as a lead game analyst by ESPN for their famous ‘Around the Horn’ roundtable discussion show in February 2021. After that, she has been rapidly rising in fame and popularity among all the sports enthusiasts and basketball fans around the nation.
In an interview, Monica said-
“I think as women, you’re a mom, you’re a sister, you’re a wife and it’s different from being a dad or a husband. As women, we take on so much on top of sports. I think there are some serious stories that need to be told.”
Monica McNutt Biography
|Real Name||Monica McNutt|
|Birth Date||24 October 1989|
|Birth Place||Maryland, U.S.|
|Sun sign||Not Known|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimetres – 182 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 70 kg – in Pounds – 154 lbs|
|Bra (Breast) Size||32B|
|Shoe Size||10 (U.S.)|
|School||Academy of the Holy Cross|
|College||Georgetown University, University of Maryland College Park|
|Is she a lesbian?||No|
Monica McNutt is currently unmarried and not in a relationship. She is a smart and talented lady who is interested in her career and does not want to indulge in any relationship that would hinder her work.
Monica McNutt Net Worth
Monica has a verified Twitter account (@McNuttMonica) with over more than 6 thousand followers where she shares her thoughts and everyday life being a journalist with her followers. She also has an Instagram account (@mcnuttmonica_) where she is highly active. Her Instagram account is verified and has a follower count of more than 4.5 thousand. There are no exact details available regarding her actual wealth and fortune at the moment.
- Monica McNutt used to teach cycling at L.A. Fitness in Upper Marlboro to help pay the bills.
- LaChina Robinson, a black woman in the sports journalism industry helped to link Monica to her FS1 colleagues.
- Maria Taylor and Jemele Hill, an analyst and a journalist, shared McNutt’s resume reel over twitter along with taglines referring to her as “sports broadcaster on the rise” and “definitely one to watch”.
- McNutt has been working closely with the producer Jasmine Ellis at ‘UnSeen Productions’.
- Monica is also the host of ‘Buckets, Broads and Blocks’ presented by Pure Hoops Media as well as a co-host of the ‘26 Minutes with Clinton Portis’ a podcast produced by the Washington Redskins.