Sarah Spain Biography
Sarah Colby Spain is an American sports reporter. Spain works as an espnW.com columnist, Radio host, television personality, and SportsCenter reporter for ESPN. Previously, she worked at WGN-TV show alongside Ted Brunson and Brittney Payton as the co-host of the show.
Spain was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and raised in Lake Forest, Illinois. She went to school at lake Forest High School, where she was the captain of her track and field, field hockey, and basketball teams. Later on, Sarah attended Cornell University, where she majored in English. Sarah was also a heptathlete for the field team and Cornell Big Red track.
Sarah started her journalism career by working on various stations like MouthpieceSports.com, Fox Sports Net, and ChicagoNow.com. She also worked as a sideline reporter for the Big Ten Network and hosted the Coors Light Fantasy Players Minute. Spain also appeared on the WGN-TV show alongside Ted Brunson and Brittney Payton as the co-host of the show. She joined ESPN 1000 in Chicago in 2010. She was hired as a writer for espn.W.com the same year.
ESPN announced on January 2015, that they were launching a radio show which would be called Spain & Prim which includes Spain and anchor Prim Siripipat as co-hosts. Afterward, Spain together with Kate Fagan and Jane McManus began a radio program called ‘The Trifecta’.In addition, she began her own ESPN podcast, That’s What She Said, which was launched the following year.
Moreover, Spain also appeared on a variety of ESPN television shows like His & Hers, Olbermann, Mike & Mike, The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz, First Take, The Sports Reporters, and Outside The Lines. Sarah made her first appearance on ESPN’s Around the Horn in February 2016. After some months, she signed in a new multi-year deal with ESPN and launched a national ESPN Radio show, Izzy & Spain, with co-host Israel Gutierrez. In the following year, she hosted Fantasy Football Island with Mike Golic Jr.
Additionally, Spain also launched the national radio show Spain & Fitz together with co-host Jason Fitz. In 2019 Jason left and joined the morning show which was renamed Spain & Company. However, after a year he returned to the Spain & Fitz show which was remodified to its early name as the co-host of the evening broadcast. Most recently, Spain joined the women’s soccer team’s ownership group.
Sarah Spain Age
Sarah is 42 years old as of 2023. She was born on August 18, 1980, in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. In addition, she celebrates her birthday on August 18 every year.
Sarah Spain Height/ Weight
Spain stands at a height of 5 feet and 11 inches tall. She has a weight of 68 kilograms.
Sarah Spain Husband
Sarah is married to Brad Zibung. The couple exchanged vows on May 29, 2016, in front of their family and friends. Her husband is a successful real estate investor. The couple started dating in 2009 and have been together ever since then. She is a proud mother of two children.
Sarah Spain Family
Sarah is the daughter of Rick Spain, and her mother Nancy Spain. However, there is no information regarding her parents. Likewise, she has a sister named Katie Spain.
Sarah Spain’s Net Worth
Spain has an estimated net worth of between $ 900,000 to $ 1 million dollars. She has been able to amass this kind of wealth from her career as a journalist.
Sarah Spain Salary
Sarah earns an annual salary of $ 150,000 dollars per year.