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Beth Mowins

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Date of Birth: 1967 , May-26
Birth Nation: United States
Name Beth Mowins
Birth Name Beth Mowins
Nick Name Beth
Father John Walsh
Mother Marc K. Wallack
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Syracuse, New York
Ethnicity White
Profession Announcer
Net Worth Unknown
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Body Measurements 36-26-36
Breast Size 34B
Waist size 26
Hip Size 36
Shoe Size 9.5
Weight in KG Unknown
Famous for Journalist
Married Unknown
Married to Erik Stevens
Children N/A
Divorce N/A
Working For Television
Face Color White
Education Lafayette College, Syracuse University
Online Presence Wiki, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
TV Show ESPN and CBS
Siblings Kelly Newman
Salary N/A
Awards Not Yet
Religion Christian
Boyfriend Erik Stevens

Quick Timeline of Beth Mowins

1967 Born in Syracuse, New York
1989 Graduated from Lafayette College
1991 Joined WXHC-FM Radio
2011 Appeared in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup
2009 Was introduced into the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame

Detail Timeline of Beth Mowins

May 26 , 1967

Born in Syracuse, New York

Talented and gorgeous lady, Beth was born as Beth Mowins in Syracuse, New York, United States of America to American parents. She is an American and is of white ethnicity. She is of average height and weight. 

1989

Graduated from Lafayette College

As a child, Beth was more interested in sports than her study. She was active as basketball, softball and soccer player when she was in Cicero-North Syracuse High School. After the completion of her high school graduation, she joined Lafayette College. She finally earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1989

1991

Joined WXHC-FM Radio

In 1991, she earned her master's degree from Syracuse University. She has been active as a journalist since 1991. That year, she joined WXHC-FM Radio and worked as a news and sports director. She worked there for several years.

2011

Appeared in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup

After spending several years at WXHC-FM Radio, she joined ESPN as a sports journalist. She is popular in the world for being a play-by-play announcer and sports journalist for ESPN. In 2011, she appeared in the FIFA Women's World Cup as the ESPN's tertiary broadcast team.

2009

Was introduced into the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame

Cute and lovely, Beth is one of the talented sports journalists in the world. She has also been honored with several prestigious awards in her life. In 2009, she was inducted into the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame.

Content

Beth is about to touch her 50s within few years but it seems like she has not been married yet, Information relate to her love affairs and married life is also unknown in the media. It seems like she is still living her single life.

As a child, Beth was more interested in sports than her study. She was active as basketball, softball and soccer player when she was in Cicero-North Syracuse High School. After the completion of her high school graduation, she joined Lafayette College. There she also served as a captain of the basketball team for about two years. She finally earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1989 and received her master's degree from Syracuse University. She has been active as a journalist since 1991. That year, she joined WXHC-FM Radio and worked as a news and sports director. After spending several years there, she joined ESPN as a sports journalist. In 2009, she was inducted into the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame.