Sage Steele Biography
Sage Steele is a popular American sports journalist serving at ESPN Sports. Network alongside Matt Barrie as the co-anchor for the noon ET SportsCenter currently. Steele also serves for SportsCenter on the Road as the lead host.
Her role as host of Sportscentre includes day-long and on-site coverage for the biggest sports events of the year. Including the Super Bowl, the NBA Finals, the College Football National Championship, the Masters, and the World Series.
Sage Steele Age
Sage Steele was born in Panama Canal Zone on 28th November 1972. She is 49 years old.
Sage Steele Height
Steele stands at an average height of 5 feet 11 inches (Approx. 1.81m).
Sage Steele Family
Steele was born in Panama Canal Zone to her lovely and amazing parents Mona Steele and Gary Steele. Her mother is of Irish and Italian descent. Steele dad has also been inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame due. To his exceptional career in the Black Knights football. She was raised alongside her two brothers, Chad Steele and Courtney Steele.
Sage Steele Education
Steele enrolled at Thomas B. Doherty High School in Colorado Springs for her high school diploma. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in sports communication from the University of Indiana Bloomington in 1995 later on.
Sage Steele Husband
Steele is a divorced woman. She was married to her husband Jonathan Bailey who was a personal trainer previously. The pair got married in 1999, but in 2009 separated. They shared three children called; Quinn, Nicholas, and Evan Bailey together.
Sage Steele Salary
Steele receives an average salary of $78,645 per year, according to ESPN anchors’ /reporters’ salaries.
Sage Steele Net Worth
She earns an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million.
Sage Steele Career
Steele is an American sports journalist serving as the co-anchor at ESPN Sports network presently. Also, she serves for SportsCenter on the Road as the lead host. Steele’s role as host of Sportscentre includes day-long and on-site coverage.
For the biggest sports events of the year, including the Super Bowl, the NBA Finals. The College Football National Championship, the Masters, and the World Series. She has also served as the Indiana Pacers at WISH-TV and as a beat reporter for the Indianapolis Colts.
Also, Steele serves for WFTS-TV based in Tampa as a news reporter, host, and anchor. She previously served for ABC’s telecast of the Miss America pageant as the co-host aside from her work at ESPN. Steele was also profiled by Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, and Vibe.