Sarah Barshop Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Career, Nationality

Sarah Barshop is well-known as ESPN’s NFL Nation’s Houston Texans reporter. She has also contributed to ESPN properties such as, NFL Live, ESPN the Magazine, SportsCenter, and ESPN Radio.

Sarah Barshop’s personal life has received a lot of attention in addition to her professional career. She and her husband have been living a happy married life and setting relationship goals.

Professional Career and Short Wiki-Bio

Sarah, a New York native whose age is unknown, graduated from Marquette University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast and Electronic Communications.

She started her career by interning at 540 ESPN Milwaukee, ESPN, the Milwaukee Bucks, 620 WTMJ, and Marquette student media, where she discovered her passion for writing, directing, and editing video and photographs.

Her first experiences on Marquette’s campus taught her about her desire to constantly improve, and her positive attitude assisted in motivating others, as well as her ability to lead and take charge of a situation.

She spent nearly four years covering Wisconsin sports teams, including the Packers, Brewers, Bucks, Marquette, Badgers, and Admirals.

Sarah worked for Sports Illustrated as a writer and editor, as well as a member of the SI Wire team, before joining ESPN in 2016. From 2012 to 2014, she covered the Green Bay Packers for ESPN Milwaukee, where she covered the NFL Draft, training camp, home games, and media availability.

She worked as the Client Production Director from May 2012 to December 2013, 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.

Sarah earns a good salary from her job as an anchor and reporter for ESPN. However, the specifics of her net worth have yet to be revealed. ESPN reporters earn $85,000 per year, or $41 per hour, which is 76% more than the national average for all Reporters, which is $38,000 per year, and 33% more than the national salary average for all working Americans.

Relationship Status: Single?

Sarah married her husband Matthew Trebby, who works as an Editorial Producer at MLB Advanced Media, on May 14, 2016 in Milwaukee, WI. However, there is no information available about their wedding ceremony.

The news of her wedding broke when one of her friends, Isabella Khurshudyan, tweeted that she and Sarah were both interns at ESPN and that she has grown up and is getting married.

The Texan reporter also expresses her love for her family on her social media accounts. Sarah mentioned her father in a tweet she sent on November 4, 2016.

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