Molly McGrath Bio | Wiki
Molly McGrath is a famous American sportscaster and studio host. Currently, Molly serves as a sideline reporter and host at ESPN’s college football and college basketball telecasts.
Previously Molly was hired as a web reporter and in-arena host for the Boston Celtics in 2011. Molly hosted, produced, and edited daily updates, exclusive interviews, and other packages for the Celtics’ team website. Moreover, Molly also hosted the show Celtics Now for Comcast SportsNet New England and worked as a sideline reporter for CSNNE’s regional broadcasts.
Molly McGrath Age
Molly was born on June 6, 1989, in San Francisco, California, in the United States. She is 33 years old.
Molly McGrath Height
She is a woman of average stature. Molly stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in (Approx 1.65 m).
Molly McGrath Family
She was born in San Francisco, California, and raised in Burlingame, California. by her parents. Molly is a proud daughter to Michael McGrath and Deborah McGrath. Her dad is of Irish ancestry while her mum is of Mexican-Spanish descent. Molly has an older brother named Patrick, who played football at Princeton Campus.
Molly McGrath Husband | Married
She happily married her lovely husband Max Dorsch. Max is a commercial real estate investment professional in Los Angeles. The two began dating shortly later. Molly announced their engagement in June 2017 via an Instagram post. The pair got married in 2018. Currently, they reside in Seattle with their baby boy Ray and rescue dogs, Stewart and Matthew.
Molly McGrath Boston College
She studied at St. Ignatius College Preparatory and in 2007 she graduated. Later on, Molly attended Boston College and graduated in 2011 earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Communication and Broadcast Journalism. At BC, Molly was captain of the cheerleading team and received the athletic director’s award due to her academic excellence all four years.
While studying at Boston College, where Molly was a cheerleading captain, Molly pitched the athletic director to let her interview athletes and coaches for the college’s website, BCEagles.com. The interviews supported Molly put together a reel which Molly used to help secure her first on-air work. Being at Boston College, Molly also interned at both NESN and WHDH-TV.
Molly McGrath Espn
She came back to ESPN in the summer of 2016, as a college sports sideline reporter and co-host of College Football Live. Molly served the sidelines of ESPN College Football Friday Primetime games, along with Mack Brown and Adam Amin for the 2016 college football season.
In addition, Molly also covered the sidelines for ESPN’s College Basketball telecasts. During the 2017 college football season, she proceeded her tenure on the sidelines of ESPN College Football Friday Primetime games, hosted different halftime shows and episodes of College Football Live, and reported a number of bowl games including the Orange Bowl, Outback Bowl, Texas Bowl, and Las Vegas Bowl.
During the 2018 football season, Molly covered Saturday ESPN College Football games on ESPN or ABC alongside Mark Jones and Dusty Dvoracek. She covered the weekly Big Ten Super Tuesday college basketball match-up in 2018 and 2019 along with Dave Flemming and Dan Dakich.
During the 2019 football season, Molly covers two college football games per week: ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime along with Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, and Pat McAfee, and ESPN/ABC Saturday games together with Steve Levy, Brian Griese, and Todd McShay. Molly joined ESPN’s coverage of the XFL (2020) on week 2 of the season.
Molly’s Colleagues at ESPN include:
Doug Kezirian -sports anchor
Suzy Kolber -reporter
Alyssa Lang -host/ anchor/reporter
Steve Levy – sportscaster
Karl Ravech -host
Kenny Mayne -host
Kelsey Riggs– host/ reporter
Jen Lada – reporter/host
Molly McGrath Fox Sports |Battlebots
When she was working for the Celtics, an executive at Fox Sports found clips of Molly’s work on YouTube and contacted her through Facebook about a potential job opportunity with the network. Molly was among many initial hires by Los Angeles-based Fox Sports 1 in the summer of 2013.
Previously employed as an update anchor, Molly quickly rose through the ranks. Molly joined Mike Hill as a co-host and anchor on the daily sports highlight show, America’s Pregame in 2014. Additionally, Molly also was the lead sideline reporter for Fox College Football and Fox College Basketball. Molly also covered games for the Fox NFL. She hosted the return of the revived show Battlebots on ABC, for its sixth season in 2015.
Molly McGrath Tennessee
On Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019, at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama Molly reported one Tennessee player said No. 1 Alabama doesn’t look like a title contender. On Saturday night, prior to the Alabama-Tennessee game in Tuscaloosa, Molly attributed the comment to Tennessee receiver Jauan Jennings.
“They are not intimidated by the No. 1 team in the country, saying this isn’t the same Alabama team from years past that can easily just win a championship,” Molly reported Jennings telling her earlier this week. “He then stopped himself and said, ‘I don’t want to say too much, but our receivers are confident heading into this match against their defense.’
Molly McGrath Salary
She earns a satisfying amount from his work as a College Sports sideline reporter and host at ESPN. Molly’s average salary is $ 78,231 per year.
Molly McGrath Net Worth
Molly gets her wealth from her work as a College Sports sideline reporter and host at ESPN. Therefore, Molly has accumulated a decent fortune over the years she has worked. Molly’s estimated net worth is $731,355.
Who Is Molly McGrath Married To
She happily married her lovely husband Max Dorsch. Max is a commercial real estate investment professional in Los Angeles. The two began dating shortly later. Molly announced their engagement in June 2017 via an Instagram post.
How Old Is Molly McGrath
Molly is a 33-year-old who was born on June 6, 1989, in San Francisco, California in the United States.
Who Is Molly McGrath
Molly serves as a sideline reporter and host at ESPN’s college football and college basketball telecasts. Previously Molly was hired as a web reporter and in-arena host for the Boston Celtics in 2011. Molly hosted, produced, and edited daily updates, exclusive interviews, and other packages for the Celtics’ team website.
How Tall Is Molly McGrath
Molly is a woman of average stature who stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in (Approx 1.65 m)