Kathryn Tappen Biography
Kathryn Tappen is an acclaimed American sportscaster. She works on NBC Sports Group’s coverage of the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. The NHL, Football Night in America, and Notre Dame Football among others presently.
Tappen went to New England Sports Network (NESN), then she joined the NHL Network in 2011. Where Tappen hosted NHL Tonight and subsequently went to NBC in the summer of 2014.
Kathryn Tappen Age
Kathryn Tappen was born in Morristown, New Jersey, in the United States on April 9, 1981. She is 41 years old as of 2022.
Kathryn Tappen Height
She stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Kathryn Tappen Education
She attended Villa Walsh Academy, she focused mainly on track and finally received. An academic and athletic scholarship to attend Rutgers University. Tappen majored in journalism and became a member of the cross-country.
And track teams until graduating in 2003 while at Rutgers. Kathryn also became a Big East All-Star as a Scarlet Knight and a four-time Academic All-American.
Kathryn Tappen Family
She has not shared information about his parents and siblings to the media.
Kathryn Tappen Husband
She was hitched to Jay Leach a former NHL defenseman and coach. In 2009, The duo exchanged vows but separated in 2014.
Kathryn Tappen Salary
She annually earns a salary of $69,919.
Kathryn Tappen Net Worth
She approximated net worth is $1 million.
Kathryn Tappen Career
She joined WJAR in Providence, R.I., where she served as both a weekday sports reporter and a weekend anchor after serving in College Sports Television. Tappen went on to New England Sports Network (NESN), then in 2011.
She joined the NHL Network where Kathryn hosted NHL Tonight. And subsequently, in the summer of 2014, she went to NBC later on. Tappen won the “Woman of Inspiration” award, presented by the Boston Chapter of Women in Sports and Events in 2014.
She has been nominated for two New England Emmy Awards due and won an Associated Press award. In 2006 due to her feature Swim Meet due to her sports reporting.
Tappen attended Villa Walsh Academy, she focused mainly on track and finally received. An academic and athletic scholarship to attend Rutgers University. She majored in journalism and became a member.
Of the cross-country and track teams until graduating in 2003 while at Rutgers. Tappen also became a Big East All-Star as a Scarlet Knight and a four-time Academic All-American.