Erin Hartigan Biography
Erin Hartigan is a sports broadcaster currently working for Fox Sports Southwest as a Host and News Reporter. Erin Hartigan is well known for serving since Aug 2013 at Fox Sports Southwest. There, Erin Hartigan’s main role is to cover both Big 12 athletics and Texas High School football.
She serves for Fox broadcast full-time and Erin is also popular for serving at the Houston Texas and the New Orleans Pelicans pregame and postgame as a host. Erin has gained her voice, beauty, and loyal fanbase for her reporting skills. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication and Broadcasting from the University of West Texas
Erin Hartigan Age
Erin Hartigan was born in the United States of America, on December 12, 1987. He is 33 years old.
Erin Hartigan Height
Hartigan stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx 1.65 m tall.
Erin Hartigan Education
She received a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication and Broadcasting from the University of West Texas in 2009.
Erin Hartigan Family
Erin Hartigan was born in the United States of America under his caring and supportive parents Tim Hartigan and Susan Hartigan. Erin was raised along with her other amazing siblings namely Kaitlin Hartigan and Amy Hartigan Krupski.
Erin Hartigan Husband
She is married to her better half handsome husband William and has been enjoying a blissful married life.
Erin Hartigan Salary
Erin Hartigan earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,0000. This is according to Fox Sports Southwest anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Erin Hartigan’s Net worth
Hartigan has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Erin Hartigan Career
Erin currently serves for Fox Sports Southwest as a Host and Reporter. Since Aug 2013, She has been with the network. Her main role is to cover Texas Rangers, New Orleans Pelicans, Big 12, and Texas High School Football. Before that, Erin Hartigan served from Sep 2010 to Jan 2014 for FOXSports/Scout.com as a Reporter.
Erin covered Big 12 football, college football recruiting, and the Main beats. Erin also produced content for Super Bowl XLV, NFL Combine, Men’s College World Series, Big 12 Men’s Basketball Tournament, MLB Winter Meetings, U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and Senior Bowl.