Four times Emmy nominated sportscaster Tracy Wolfson is set to cover as the sideline reporter for CBS Sports during ‘March Madness.’ Just as how she covered for the ‘Super Bowl 55,’ Wolfson’s hands are going to be full while conducting social-distanced interviews with players and coaches on the sidelines.
Covering March Madness as CBS Sports’ No.1 Broadcast Team
After the end of the NFL season, Tracy moved towards covering for college basketball. The No.1 broadcast team for CBS, Wolfson, along with Jim Nantz. Grant Hill and Bill Raftery are teaming up to cover the Final Four and National Championship.
The team reported their first game on March 19th, 2021, covering for Florida vs. Virginia Tech.
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Love for Sideline Reporting
Having been working as a sideline reporter for over a decade, Tracy enjoys the uncertainty and excitement of sideline interviews. During an interview with Sports Talk Florida, Wolfson states she enjoys the in-moment interviews, as she has to be ready with anything as it either involves a big win or a huge loss. Thus, asking correct questions without being insensitive is very essential.
Tracy also adds that she gathers all the accurate and essential information to pass on for the 30-second report broadcasts during the game.
What is Tracy Wolfson's Net Worth?
Wolfson has been accumulating her net worth as a sportscaster since 2000. According to salary.com, a sports broadcaster's average salary falls between $38K to $64K. Similarly, several outlets estimated Wolfsman's net worth to be in millions over the years.
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Happily Married With Three Children
The renowned American sportscaster is happily married to David Reichel for over 19 years. The couple celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary on 31 December 2021. To mark their special day, Tracy shared an Instagram post with the caption-
I can’t believe it’s been 19 years!! To the best husband, father, and friend someone can ask for..I am so lucky! I love you so much! Happy Anniversary!
David and Tracy are blessed with three sons named Dylan, Ari, and Evan.
Tracy Wolfman was born in Michigan, the USA, on March 17, 1975, to Jeff Wolfson and Lea Colodner. She attended Clarkstown High School North and graduated with a degree in Communications from the University of Michigan. Before working for CBS Sports, Wolfman has worked for Oxygen Sports, Long Island News Tonight, News-12 Long Island, Madison Square Garden Network, and ESPN.
Renowned CBS broadcaster stands at the height of 5 feet 2 inches and holds American nationality.