Everybody needs to work hard to excel in what they love doing. Brooke Weisbrod is an excellent example for this. She is a former professional basketball player who is currently known for analyzing college basketball for ESPN and the Big Ten Network. She is a talented sports broadcaster and on-air personality.
Brooke Weisbrod Age, Education
Born in the land of Cincinnati, Brooke belongs to white ethnicity. She was born on 24 September 1979. Now of age 39, Brooke has a total of five siblings.
Brooke received her high school education at Purcell Marian High school but was later transferred to St. Ursula Academy. After her graduation from St. Ursula, she joined Coastal Carolina University in 1997, where she pursued her love for sports and played basketball, softball, tennis at a varsity level.
Aside from mastering at athletics, Brooke was also a hardworking student. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing in 2001. Brooke was inducted into the CCU’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007 and was also the first female athlete to be named Chanticleer of the Year in 2013.
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Her Career / Salary
Brooke played professionally for Germany’s Marburg Marlins for a year before she suffered a back injury, which forced her to retire at the age of 21. She didn’t give up and ended up pursuing her career in the sports field by being a broadcaster and analyst.
Brooke reached the height of stardom after covering college football, high school basketball, men’s college basketball, college softball, and lacrosse. Brooke was the analyst for the 2013 and 2014 season for the WNBA’s Chicago Sky. She joined WGN-FM’s The Game of the Kap and Haugh show as an on-air personality. Her role with the Kap and Haugh ended in March 2015.
Brooke has worked with ESPN’s family of networks, WGN, Fox, Big Ten Network, NBC Sports, CBS Sports, and the Sporting News. She now travels for events across the countries to speak on the subjects to motivation, women in sports and media training. She has been a guest speaker for WNBA, Nike, and other brands. Brooke has also worked with the United Nation Foundation’s Girl Up campaign.
Brooke earned several awards including Big South Conference Player of the Year, Big South Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Big South Conference Rookie of the Year, NCAA Woman of the Year (South Carolina), and the Big South Conference All-Decade Team.
From her job as a sports broadcaster, Brooke earns an estimated salary of $206K.
Brooke Weisbrod Married, Husband & Lesbian
Brooke prefers to keep her personal life lowkey. She rarely talks about her romantic affairs. The only time she mentioned her possible love interest was in a tweet. In the tweet, she hypothetically mentioned her boyfriend to be Mexican food.
Brooke Weisbrod jokes about Mexican food being her boyfriend on Twitter on 24 June 2010 (Photo: Brooke Weisbrod's Twitter)
Brooke tweeted about how she would smother Mexican food if it were her boyfriend. If that wasn't enough, she also talked about how her mailman kept asking her if she was ever getting married.
However, the continuous questions about her married status and future husband don't seem to bother her. As Brooke has never been romantically involved with anyone, people have started speculating that she might be a lesbian. She supports lesbians and gays with all her heart. But, she has not addressed the rumors that suggest her to be a lesbian.