Molly McGrath Biography – Wiki
This is what you need to know about Molly McGrath, an American sportscaster, and studio host. She is currently the reporter for ESPN’s college football and college basketball telecasts.
Molly McGrath Age
McGrath was born on June 6, 1989, in San Francisco, California, U.S. She is 31 years old as of 2020.
Molly McGrath Height
McGrath stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m).
Molly McGrath Family
McGrath is a wife to Max Dorsch and was born to Deborah and Michael McGrath. Her father is of Irish ancestry and her mother is of Mexican-Spanish descent. She has an older brother, Patrick, who played football at Princeton University.
Molly McGrath Husband
McGrath is happily married to her husband Max Dorsch. Max is a commercial real estate investments professional, and rescue dogs, Stewart and Matthew.
Molly McGrath Baby
McGrath is blessed with a baby however there is no information about the baby.
Molly McGrath Salary
McGrath receives an annual average salary of $ 200k – $ 400k. This is according to NBC 5 News anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Molly McGrath Net Worth
McGrath has an estimated Net Worth of $ 100k – $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a reporter is her primary source of income.
Molly McGrath Education
McGrath attended St. Ignatius College Preparatory and graduated in 2007. She then attended Boston College and graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and Broadcast Journalism.
Molly McGrath Career
After her education, she interned at NESN and WHDH-TV. After graduating, McGrath worked at ESPN as a production assistant, where she logged play-by-plays, produced highlights, and other support tasks for various ESPN shows.
In 2014, she joined Mike Hill as a co-host and anchor on the daily sports highlight show, America’s Pregame. In addition, McGrath also was the lead sideline reporter for Fox College Football and Fox College Basketball. She also covered games for the Fox NFL.
She joined ESPN’s coverage of the XFL (2020) on week 2 of the season. She also covers two college football games per week: ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime with Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, and Pat McAfee, and ESPN/ABC Saturday games with Steve Levy, Brian Griese, and Todd McShay.