American sportscaster Sara Walsh is known for formerly working with ESPN (from 2010 to 2017). While working there, she anchored the network's flagship SportsCenter program.
Currently, the widely known sport-news personality serves for FOX Sports as an NFL reporter as well as studio host for NASCAR coverage.
Former ESPN Sportscaster's Personal Life
Sara Walsh has been married to famous American baseball player Matt Buschmann since 18 January 2014.
Her story with her husband Matt began when they first met in 2012 and started dating each other in the same year. Following that, they managed to propel a good relationship for two years, before eventually tying knots for life-long.
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As of now, Sara and Matt are parents of twins: a son, Hutton, and a daughter, Brees. The birth date of the twins' marks on 3 February 2017—that being three years after Sara and Matt's marriage.
Sara Walsh's Struggle To Get Pregnant
Sara Walsh faced a lot of problems because of her pregnancy and miscarriages. Before giving birth to twins, Hutton and Brees, in February 2017, she had three miscarriages—one of which Sara had on live TV. Even the twins were welcomed via in-vitro fertilization.
Moreover, Sara shared her struggle story on her Instagram, posting a photo with her twins on 15 May 2017—after being a mother for three months of the twin children. She wrote that finding a good egg did not come easy for her.
Sara Walsh with her twins, Hutton and Brees, on 24 February 2020 (Photo: Sara Walsh's Instagram)
Besides that, Sara also described her happiness of raising the twins, describing them as her "good eggs."
Bio: Age, Education
Sara Walsh was born on 12 April 1978 in the United States of America. She was raised in the Tampa Bay area by her parents John Walsh (father) and Wendy Walsh (mother). She embraces North American ethnicity.
For her education, Sara attended Gulf High School in New Port Richey, Florida. After that, she went on to study at the University of North Florida, where she also played football. While playing for her school's team, she set the record for most points and goals in one game.
Career: Fox Sports
Sara Walsh started her career at Fox Sports during the 2018 NFL season. She served as the sideline reporter for several NFL games. After that, she joined Fox's NASCAR team in 2019 as a studio host for 'NASCAR RACE HUB: WEEKEND EDITION' and Thursday's 'NASCAR RACE HUB' shows.
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Previously, she worked at ESPN in between 2010 and 2017, hosting shows like SportsNation, NFL Live, and First Take, besides her primary show SportsCenter. Likewise, she also worked as the Washington Redskins beat reporter for WUSA-TV in Washington, D.C., from 2006 through 2010.
Other than that, Sara is a recipient of four regional Emmys. She won them for her work done for Nashville ABC affiliate WKRN between 2003 and 2006.