Tracy Wolfson is an America-based sportscaster who works for CBS Sports. She is one of the most loved personalities on the CBS network who spent almost 16 years. She covers most of the gossip around sports. Wolfson gained a huge fan following from her excellent casting in NFL games, especially the 2018, 2015, and 2013 Super Bowl.
Tracy Wolfson Bio, Age, Parents, Husband, Net Worth
Tracy Wolfson was born on 17th March 1975 and brought up in Congers, New York. She went to Clarkstown High School North and attained her education there only. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in communications. Tracy began her career at WZBN in New Jersey as a sports anchor that was further on-air.
She also presented a report on “Long Island News Tonight” which is a local Long Island news station being run by a college. Later, she worked for MSG Network as a reporter and an anchor. She covered the news related to football, arena football, college football, and golf all for ESPN from 2002 to 2003.
Tracy Wolfson Career
Tracy Wolfson is the field reporter for all types of live CBS sports football and basketball. She works as a leader with the team that supports the on-air in each category of live sports that is used to cover. She has also worked as a sideline reporter at CBS college football since 2004.
Recently, she has been designated as one of the best parts of the team that supports the broadcast of college football in the country. She worked as a sideline reporter taking the interviews of coaches and giving an update on the health or any injuries to any player on the field.
Additionally, she worked as an anchor on the CBS sports desk broadcasting college basketball, skiing, tennis, track, and field, radio, ice skating, auto racing, and gymnastics. She has also worked as a sideline reporter covering all the US Open news and NCAA Men’s Basketball of the year 2004.
Tracy contributed to her role as a sideline reporter for the NBA on TNT from 2011 to 2016. She was the contributor filling reports to the NFL on CBS on the Super Bowl and was in the lead role as a sideline reporter for preseason games in 2013. Wolfson has also featured her voice as a sideline reporter in NCAA “College Hoops 2K8”.
On 24th May 2014, it was made public that Tracy Wolfson would be joining her hands with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms while working as the sideline reporter for the NFL on Thursday nights and Sunday Afternoons in the season of 2014.
She also served as the floor reporter for the NCAA men’s basketball championship games in 2016 and 2017 on CBS. Wolfson worked as the sideline reporter for the games including Super Bowl 50, Super Bowl XLVII, Super Bowl LV, and Super Bowl LIII.
Tracy Wolfson Biography
|March 17, 1975
|Age (as of 2023)
|Congers, New York, United States
|in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm
|in Kilograms – 57 kg – in Pounds – 125 lbs
|Clarkstown North High School
|University of Michigan
|Who is her husband?
Tracy is currently residing in Tenafly, New Jersey. She married David Reichel and they have three sons together. The couple married in 2001 while Tracy has been with CBS Sports Network since 2004. Tracy Wolfson has also worked for CBS Sportsdesk while being an anchor.
Tracy seems to be slightly active on her social media platforms including Instagram. Her Instagram profile, says that the couple named Wolfson and Reichel married on 31st December 2001. Wolfson posted an Instagram post celebrating their anniversary with the caption that says”17 years today!”
She thanked her husband for being a loving husband, father, and friend on the path of her life. She said in the caption that she loved her husband and she even could not imagine a part of life without him.
The most interesting fact is that both Wolfson and Reichel have attended the University of Michigan. Wolfson often used to post pictures of her with other family members while dressing up. They together have three sons who are studying a school and are in 7th, 4th, and 2nd grade respectively.
Tracy Wolfson Net Worth
As of 2023, Tracy has a net worth of around $5 Million which she used to earn out of her sportscaster career. She has also worked on radio and it is assumed that her wealth is expected to increase as she continues to work maintain a high-profile career life.
- Tracy gained a reputation for her collaboration with the on-air talent team working with sports and making the reporting highly flexible.
- She is one of the top-notch reporters who have worked in the company.
- Tracy was earlier appointed as a sideline reporter who used to give updates on the players and the coaches involved in the fields.
- She has attained her duties progressively from being a repertoire to covering the updates for sports like track and field, ice skating, auto racing, and many more.
- She has also covered US Open updates for grand slam tennis tournaments.