Sarah Barshop is well-known as the Houston Texans reporter for ESPN’s NFL Nation. She has also contributed to various ESPN platforms including ESPN.com, NFL Live, ESPN the Magazine, SportsCenter and ESPN Radio.
Apart from her professional career, Sarah Barshop’s personal life has also grabbed significant attention. She has been living a blissful married life with her husband and setting relationship goals.
Sarah’s Short Wiki-Bio, Professional Career
The New York native Sarah, whose age is still a mystery, is a graduate of Marquette University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast and Electronic Communications from 2010 to 2014.
She began her career by joining internships at 540 ESPN Milwaukee, ESPN, the Milwaukee Bucks, 620 WTMJ and with Marquette student media where she discovered the passion of writing, directing and editing both video and photographs.
Her first experiences since she stepped onto Marquette's campus taught her about her desire to improve continuously, and her positive attitude helped in motivating others, and her ability to lead and take charge of a situation.
She spent almost four years covering Wisconsin sports Packers, Brewers, Bucks, Marquette, Badgers and Admirals.
Before joining ESPN in the year 2016, Sarah worked for Sports Illustrated as a writer and editor and a part of the SI Wire team. She also covered the Green Bay Packers for ESPN Milwaukee from 2012 to 2014, where she covered the NFL Draft, Packers’ training camp, home games, and media availability.
From May 2012 to December 2013, she served as the Client Production Director where she worked with on and off-campus clients to produce the shoot, and edit sound and video as needed for special events, such as lectures, commercials, and promotional videos
Being an anchor and reporter of ESPN, Sarah earns a good amount of salary from her career. However, the exact details of her net worth have not revealed yet. While talking about the salary of ESPN reporters, they earn $85,000 annually, or $41 per hour, which is 76% higher than the national average for all Reporters at $38,000 annually and 33% higher than the national salary average for all working Americans.
Sarah’s Blissful Married Life!
Currently, Sarah is happily married to her husband Matthew Trebby, who happens to be the Editorial Producer at MLB Advanced media on 14 May 2016 in Milwaukee, WI. However, there is no any detailed information about their wedding ceremony.
The news of her wedding came to the public when one of her friend named Isabella Khurshudyan shared a tweet where she wrote she and Sarah were both interns at ESPN, and now she has grown up and getting married.
(Photo: Isabella Khurshudyan's Twitter)
The Texan reporter also shares the love for her family, which she made visible on her social account. Sarah shared a tweet back on 4 November 2016 mentioning about her father.