We examined the never ending pool of hot sports reporters, and after an exhausting search, we’ve come to a very HOT conclusion. Here’s our list of the top 25…
#25 – Lauren Gardner
Lauren Gardner joined CBS Sports Network in 2012 as a sideline reporter for college football games. She began reporting Minor League Baseball for the network starting in 2014. She has also served as a correspondent during Super Bowl week for CBSSports.com and That Other Pregame Show.
As a former cheerleader for the University of Oregon, Amanda Pflugrad currently serves as a sideline reporter for ESPN/SEC Network, covering women’s gymnastics. She also continues her duties as an analyst/host for PAC-12 Networks. For the 2013-2014 NFL season, Pflugrad joined the New York Jets as their team reporter and insider.
Samantha Ponder is a reporter/host for ESPN college football and a basketball sideline reporter. She is best known as the replacement for Erin Andrews on College GameDay and appears on other shows on ESPN.
Inés Sainz is a Mexican journalist hosting the Spanish-language sports interview program DxTips. She is also a journalist for Azteca Deportes. Sainz works in the English language as a boxing match hostess.
Kristina Fitzpatrick covers the Washington Nationals on MASN in Washington and serves as a contributor to the local show Nats Xtra. She got her start working for the New England Patriots’ in-house production company, reporting for news shows and updates.
Formerly a reporter for ESPN, Jenn Brown’s experience spans from the Super Bowl, the Monaco Grand Prix, the World Series of Poker, and the summer and winter X Games. She is currently a host for NFL Network.
A former accomplished college golfer, Holly Sonders became one of golf’s most recognizable television personalities. You may find her on one of the network’s programs or perhaps been impressed with her play in a PGA Tour pro-am. She is currently a reporter for Fox Sports 1.
Britt McHenry temporarily worked for Fox Sports San Diego as a dugout reporter and later worked for ABC 7 in the Washington D.C. area. Recently, she left ABC 7 to join ESPN to cover various sports and events.
Molly McGrath made her debut as a sideline reporter for FOX, picking up assignments for NFL, college football and college basketball games. She eventually was chosen as FOX’s lead sideline reporter for the 2014 college football season.
Erin Andrews is one of the world’s most famous sports reporters. She currently hosts FOX College Football for Fox Sports. She was previously a co-host of College GameDay on ESPN. She’s appeared as on-air presence at many major sporting events, including the Super Bowl and the World Series.
Alex Curry first started working for Fuel TV, before moving on to a sideline reporting position for NBC Sports Network. She currently hosts Angels Weekly and reports for the Los Angeles Kings for Fox Sports West.
From Chicago, Meghan Kluth quickly established herself as one of the industry’s rising stars when she got her start covering the Blackhawks in the 2013 Stanley Cup Final. She is a reporter and host for Comcast Network and nationally found on MLB.com.
A former beauty queen who represented her native Mexico at the 2003 Miss Universe pageant, Marisol Gonzalez works occasionally as an actress or model, but is a full-time sports reporter for the television network Televisa Deportes.
As a former Playboy’s Playmate of the Month, Lisa Dergen’s big break in sports came in 2001 when she was hired to work a weekend sports show in Los Angeles. She joined FOX Sports Net in 2002. She has interviewed athletes such as Tiger Woods, John Elway, and Chuck Liddell, and has reported from such events as the Super Bowl, the Kentucky Derby, and the U.S. Open golf tournament.
#4 – Cari Champion
Cari Champion has worked as an anchor and reporter for the Tennis Channel and is currently the host of ESPN2’s First Take.
Melanie Collins is a sports host, anchor and reporter. She is currently the face of Yahoo! Sports and co-host of Big Break on Golf Channel. Collins also reports from the Olympics, World Cup, Super Bowl and World Series.