Beth Mowins is a veteran news personality, who came into the limelight for her work as a play-by-play broadcaster with ESPN. Throughout her career, she has covered a variety of games in which her favorite is men's and women's college sports. Moreover, she has also called at some higher levels of sports, which include games of NCAA Championships and Women's College World Series.
Other than that, Beth covered the 2011 Women's World Cup in Germany as a part of the ESPN team.
Short-Bio Plus Age
Hailing from Syracuse, New York, Beth Mowins was born on 26th May 1967 as Elizabeth A. Mowins. Her birth sign is Gemini.
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For her education, she first studied at North Syracuse High School. Afterward, she attended Lafayette College–passed out in 1989. Later, she enrolled at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School and graduated with a master's degree in Communications in 1990.
Beth Mowins' Married Life, Husband
Beth Mowins is married to Alan Arrollado. Alan is a board president of the San Diego City Employees' Retirement System (SDCERS)—appointed for the second time on 10th July 2015.
Beth Mowins with her husband, Alan Arrollado and her friend, Holly Rowe on her wedding day (Photo: Holly Rowe's Twitter)
Beth and Alan shared the wedding vows on 30th June 2019. Only close friends and family members were invited to witness the ceremony. Their wedding was officiated by Beth's close friend, Holly Rowe.
As of now, the married pair resides in San Diego, California.
Career At ESPN
Beth Mowins joined the ESPN team in 1994. After she joined ESPN, she immediately started to showcase her talent.
Seeing her talents and skills, she constantly got promoted. In 2005, she got the chance to cover college football. Later, she joined the ESPN and ABC Saturday games alongside Anthony Becht and Rocky Boiman.
In 2015, she became the play-by-play voice for Oakland Raiders' preseason games and worked with some NFL legends like Tim Brown and Matt Millen. Following that, she began to work at ESPN's regular-season men's and women's basketball schedules.
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Along with that, she also joined hands with CBS Sports in 2017 and called for four NFL games during the 2017 NFL season.
As of now, Beth is still working with ESPN and has never missed any chance to showcase her talent.
Some Interesting Facts About Beth Mowins
Beth Mowins has garnered a total of more than 30 thousand followers in her Twitter account only.
She received a Doctor of Letters from Lafayette College, on 20th May 2018, on her late mother’s birthday.
During her college days, she used to captain the varsity basketball team. She is a 1,000-point scorer, three-time all-conference selection, and all-time assists leader–has 715 assists.
She is one of the members of the Lafayette College Maroon Club Hall of Fame.
In 2009, she was inducted into the Greater Syracuse Hall of Fame.
In 2014, she won the CoSIDA Jake Wade Award for her outstanding contributions in covering collegiate athletics.
She got rewarded with the Marty Glickman Award for leadership in sports media in 2015.
In 2017, Beth became the first-ever female in over 30 years to call a National Football League game—she called the game between Los Angeles Chargers and Denver Broncos.