After marrying in a low-key manner, she divorced her former radio personality husband in the same way. Holly Sanders is a former collegiate golfer is now famous as a sports journalist.
Holly is associated with the FOX News Network and has reported many of United States Golf Association USGA sports events. Holly is also infamous of her howler while she was covering U.S. Open sectional qualifying coverage on 4 June 2018.
Reveals About Divorce, Used To Wish Birthday To Ex-Husband!
Holly Sonder on her Twitter post on 22 August 2017 revealed that she and her husband, Erik Kuselias had filed for a divorce in 2016 and are not together.
Holly enjoying with her then-husband Erik in Vegas on 27 Jul 2014 (Photo: Twitter)
The pair was reportedly dating for some years before she and radio personality Erik got engaged in 2012. They got married within some years but always remained low-key on their marital life and separation.
The couple has a son named Troy Kuselias born in 2006, and Erik shared a Twitter birthday post for her only child on 4 October 2015. In the tweet, he mentioned that his son would like to have new followers.
Holly used to post birthday messages for her now ex-husband. She wished Erick on his birthday on 6 November 2014 and revealed that they were heading to Packers for the weekend.
(Photo: Holly's Twitter)
Despite being a married man, her husband had a bad reputation for being in a relationship with another female employee. Holly even hired a private investigator to find out about her husband’s alleged extramarital affairs.
However, Holly does not have any boyfriend for now, and she is not thinking of dating any guy after being in a relationship with Erick. But she is such a sport that she promised to go on a prom date with a 16-year-old man named Andrew Orischak to cheer him up as he lost the U.S. Junior final in July 2015.
What Is Holly Sonder’s Net Worth?
The 31-year-old news anchor summons the majority of her elevating net worth from her professional Journalism assignment since 2009.
She also gathered fortunes as a former golfer. Holly adds a significant salary working with the FOX Broadcast, hosting many United States Golf Association USGA and National Football Leagues NFL since 2014. An average salary of a Fox News Correspondent is reportedly $65000 a year and Holly’s four years of association with the channel surely makes her earnings to increase.
Talking about her game, Holly received a remunerative paycheck after winning the 2001 American Junior Golf Association Championship. She also gathered some extra earnings after claiming the UCT National Championship title in the same following year.
Holly also faced a backlash from the Fox Network after the debacle of her first-year coverage of the U.S. Open in 2015. During her live interview session, Holly had asked only two question to the 2015 Championship winner, Jordan Spieth. One of her inquiry was, did Jordan packed another set of clothes for a potential Monday playoff.
However, the Fox cut the ties with the TV host for a year and later resigned her in 2016. Pennlive reporter Aaron Kasinitz revealed that the reassignment of the reporter is up for discussion, as long as the reporter is a Fox correspondent.
Holly recently made an appearance on a live show, Speak For Yourself with Cowherd and Whitlock on 13 August 2018 to discuss Tiger Wood’s finishing second at the 2018 PGA Championship. Similarly, she also interviewed another female golfer, Kristen Gillman for the Fox after she won the 2018 US Women’s Amateur. Both her interviews and analyst work further made her receive a reasonable sum of money.
Holly also gathered some portion of her salary working with WBNS-10TV in Columbus as her first job back in 2009.
Her former husband, Erick also accumulates his net worth from his professional news reporting work since 2007. The radio host elevates a prime portion of his earnings working on Sports Talk 1040 Orlando. An average salary of a Radio Show is $43,702, and Erik’s working experience as a Radio Host draws above average salary.
Holly Sonders found herself in an unwanted territory on 4 June 2018. She was reporting for U.S. Open sectional qualifying coverage when she made a blunder. She said,
"Head to www.usopen.com, Everything will be there. The entire days of sexual qualifying."
Being a sport, she admitted her mistake and joked about it. She tweeted on 5 June 2018 and said that there are no such things as sexual qualifying and they have time to joke about the slip of the tongue as they had to go off air after 60 seconds.
The former golfer was born on 3 March 1987 in Marysville, Ohio as per wiki. She stands at the height of 1.72 m (5’ 8”) and belongs to a white ethnic group.
Her parents' name is Dan and Sandy Niederkohr. Her father, Dan is a professional doctor, and she had even posted an Instagram video of her dad checking her on 25 June 2018, checking her eyesight.
She has an athletic body physique and weighs around 65 kgs with body measurements of 36-24-35 inches. The anchorwoman had a minor knee plastic surgery but has not revealed anything relevant about her plastic surgery procedures. Holly also sets the record to be featured on Golf.com lost as the most beautiful woman for three consecutive years back in 2016.
Holly went to Marysville High School and later completed her education, obtaining a Journalism degree from the Michigan State University back in 2009.