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Is Announcer Beth Mowins Married? Know about her boyfriend

Updated On 12 Sep, 2017 Published On 14 Dec, 2016
Is Announcer Beth Mowins Married? Know about her boyfriend

Beth Mowins (born May 26, 1967) is a play-by-play announcer and sports journalist for ESPN and CBS. She typically calls women's college sports, and became only the second woman to call nationally televised college football games for ESPN in 2005.

Extraordinarily talented, enthusiastic and lively Beth Mowins would sure make you jump off your seats while watching football games on ESPN. 

The fiery woman currently works as a play-by-play announcer and sports journalist for ESPN and CBS and has successfully managed to become the second woman to call nationally televised college football games since 2005.

Beth has won the hearts of millions of her fans with her excellent skills of reporting live games and college sports and while watching her all pumped up on the screens, everyone wonders what she's like behind the cameras and how she handles her family and husband.is she married or still single?

So, today in this digest we'll talk all about the personal life of this zealous woman and clear out the mystery.

Is Announcer Beth Mowins Married or Single?

Beth, at the age of 49 is still single and has not tied the knots with any man so far. For someone whose entire life revolves around television and media, Beth has managed so perfectly to keep her personal life low profiled and away from the shrewing eyes of media and paparazzi.

Announcer Beth Mowins, Source: AmericanSportscaster.com

According to the sources, Beth currently lives in Saginaw, Michigan in her house alone and further details of her relating with an affiar or dating someone is not available anywhere on the web. Also, there was a scandal regarding her style of commentary as one of her viewers tweeted:

"How a Man would bear a woman with such a stupid voice"?

The statement grabbed a lot of attention and rumors of Beth being a married woman swirled up so fast on the internet. She was even linked up with different men and the false news was written about them.

As these rumors were completely baseless and false, they vanished sooner. Also, Beth did not react to any of the rumors and did not clarify anything about her private life to the public.

It seems, Beth really does not like to share anything about her past and present and does not want any media intrusion in her life. She's happy being single and is passionate only about her work.

Beth Mowins, Source: ESPN

She probably has not found the right man yet or her schedules are so jammed up that she does not even have time to go on a date! But who knows, what's the real reason behind this.

Beth was also rumored of being a Lesbian!

We all know that sports and games are all categorized as many things or something that only men do, but Beth has crossed all these boundaries and has made an incredible breakthrough establishing her name in the world of games.

Beth Mowins reporting live, Source: MoneyCNN.com

There were also some critics, who criticized her style of commentary every now and then.

However, they even spread a false rumor of Beth being secretively a lesbian! How rude is that?

It's true that she's never been linked with a man and she's never been married but calling her lesbian on the basis of this was completely uncalled for. 

In fact, there is no plausible evidence to prove this false rumor so we can be sure that it's not true.

Beth has also seen actively posting on her social media pages like Twitter and almost all her posts are related to her work.

Career and Achievements

Beth Mowins joined ESPN in 1994 as a play-by-play commentator. She currently calls NCAA Championships in basketball, softball, soccer, and volleyball, in addition to regular-season games for college football and men’s and women’s basketball.

Beth Mowins with co-host Kara Lawson at ESPN Game, Source: ESPN

Mowins began calling college football games on ESPNU in 2005, and currently calls an ESPN or ABC College Football Saturday game with Anthony Becht and Rocky Boiman.

A 1989 graduate of Lafayette College, Mowins captained the varsity basketball team. She was a three-time all-conference selection, 1,000-point scorer and is still the school’s all-time assists leader.

Mowins earned her master’s degree in communications from Syracuse University in 1990. A Syracuse, N.Y., native, Mowins is a member of the Lafayette College Maroon Club Hall of Fame and the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame.

Here's a video of current ESPN announcer Beth Mowins reporting the Lafayette Sports Network as a special halftime guest.


Quick Facts about Beth Mowins

  • Born and raised in Syracuse, New York, Beth Mowins is a popular sports Journalist for ESPN and CBS.
  • Attended North Syracuse High School where she was a basketball, softball and soccer player.
  • Graduated from Lafayette College with a BA and did her masters from Syracuse University.
  • Began her reporting career since 1991, reporting for a WXHC-FM Radio in Homer, New York.
  • Her career took a major turning when she joined ESPN and CBS reporting the live games.
  • In May 2017, she was chosen as play-by-play announcer on ESPN's Monday Night Football.
  • She became the first woman to call a Nationally-televised NFL Game, making her only the second female play-by-play announcer for the NFL regular season.
  • Her net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.


As for now, all we can do is wish that she keep on doing what she does the best and also finds time to give love a chance and settle down soon with a perfect family.

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