Tracy Wolfson Biography, Age, Height, Super Bowl, Hot, Cbs, Nfl, Email

Tracy Wolfson Biography

Tracy Wolfson is an American sportscaster for CBS Sports born in 1975 in United States of America. She graduate from University of Michigan with a degree in communications.

She previously worked for MSG Network as an anchor and reporter as well as covering golf, college football and Arena Football for ESPN from 2002–2003.

Wolfson’s on-air career began at WZBN in Trenton, New Jersey, as a sports anchor. She also appeared as a reporter for Long Island News Tonight (LI News Tonight), a local Long Island college-run news station.

Tracy Wolfson Cbs Sports

Wolfson is the lead field/floor reporter for all live CBS Sports football and basketball broadcasts, where she works with the lead on-air talent team in each of the sports she covers.

Wolfson has been the CBS college football sideline reporter since 2004, and is considered to be part of one of the best college football broadcast teams in the country.

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As a sideline reporter, Wolfson primarily interviews coaches at the end of each half and also gives updates on player injuries. Additionally, she is an anchor on the CBS Sportsdesk as well as a reporter for college basketball, ice skating, tennis,skiing, gymnastics, auto racing, track and field and rodeo.

Wolfson has covered all the U.S. Opens and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four since 2004. She does postseason sideline reporting for the NBA on TNT and is a contributor to the NFL on CBS by filing reports on the Super Bowl and sideline reporting for preseason games with Dan Dierdorf and Greg Gumbel or Ian Eagle and Phil Simms, such as the Seahawks-Packers preseason game in 2013.

Her voice is also featured during sideline reports in NCAA College Hoops 2K8 on the Xbox 360 & PlayStation 3 game consoles.

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On May 22, 2014 it was announced that Wolfson would be joining Phil Simms and Jim Nantz as an NFL sideline reporter on Thursday night and some Sunday afternoon games starting in the 2014 season. She was the floor reporter for the NCAA men’s basketball championship games in 2016 on TBS and 2017 on CBS.

Tracy Wolfson Accolades

In 2005, Wolfson was asked to be a part of Mississippi State University’s College Sports Speaker series and has been a spokeswoman and M.C. for several Foundation for Diabetes Research events since 2005.

In 2004, Wolfson was named one of the “Best New Faces” of the NCAA tournament in USA Today.

Tracy Wolfson Age | How Old Is Tracy Wolfson?

She was born on March 17, 1975 in United States of America. She is 43 years old as of 2018.

Tracy Wolfson Height | How Tall Is Tracy Wolfson?

She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inch (1.68m) and has a body weight of 57 kg.

Tracy Wolfson Husband | Is Tracy Wolfson Married?

She is married to David Reichel a professional NCAA basketball player, and they reside in Tenafly, New Jersey with their three sons. The two met back in their University years but started dating after their graduation.The couple tied the knot on 31 December 2002.

Tracy Wolfson Kids\Children

Wolfson is a mother of three sons Evan (born in 2005), Ari (born in 2009) and Dylan (born in 2011).


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Tracy Wolfson Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $4 million dollars, which she has earned from her  journalism profession.

Tracy Wolfson Jewish

Tracy Wolfson is Jewish.

Tracy Wolfson Bikini

Tracy Wolfson has never been seen or shared her photos in a bikini.

Tracy Wolfson Measurements

Height: 5’ 6” (168 cm)
Weight: 118 pounds (54 kg)
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 34-24-35 inches (86-61-89 cm)
Dress size: 2
Shoe/Feet: 9
Bra size: 34A
Cup size: A

Tracy Wolfson Email

Her personal email address has not been disclosed to the public, but you can contact her through her social media accounts.

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Ready for Super Bowl LIII!!! Big thank you to @madeleinegeorgeboutique for helping out with my Game Day outfit!! #superbowl

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Tracy Wolfson fought way to Tom Brady, was real star of CBS’ Super Bowl

CBS’ Super Bowl broadcast was supposed to be about Jim Nantz and Tony Romo, but the best moment belonged to sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson.

In what probably was the most interesting part of the whole telecast, Nantz threw it down to Wolfson following the final whistle as she tried to corral Tom Brady amid a sea of photographers.

For three minutes, Wolfson stood by as Brady hugged everyone from coach Bill Belichick to owner Bob Kraft. Finally, Brady stopped to speak with her.

She did not waste any time on the scene, instead congratulating Brady and then asking a reasonably good question about how satisfying the victory was for him. With her second question, she tried to go further, inquiring about the importance before going for the money shot, trying to see if she could see if Brady might consider retirement.

“It was awesome,” Wolfson told The Post. “It was definitely a struggle. I joked that the game was an offensive struggle, so it was only appropriate that the winning interview was a struggle, too. That’s kind of why you do this job. I embrace it and I love it.”

After the final whistle, Wolfson darted toward Brady to find her position.

“The circle forms around you,” said Wolfson, who grew up in Rockland County’s New City. “I’m small and I just kind of held onto Tom and the microphone and just sort of waited and waited patiently.”

Her patience was rewarded, as she stood out in a very dull game.




Tracy Wolfson Was the Real MVP of Super Bowl LIII, Says Twitter

Super Bowl LIII proved to be quite the slugfest between the Patriots and Rams. But perhaps no one put on as gritty of a performance as CBS’ Tracy Wolfson.

Following New England’s victory, Wolfson–along with a cascade of media members–crowded around Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. But it took a few minutes before Wolfson, who appeared to attempt starting her interview a few times, was able to reach Brady.

Try as she might, Wolfson was able to get to Brady. Observers and peers across the nation took to Twitter to express concern for Wolfson’s well-being, as well as commend her hard-fought effort.




People are praising Tracy Wolfson for her Super Bowl performance after post-game media scrum turned into a chaotic mosh pit

The New England Patriots continued their reign as the greatest dynasty in NFL history on Sunday, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII.

As soon as the final whistle blew, Patriots players stormed the field to celebrate, with the media following in force. The moment made for a chaotic scene, with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady serving as the focal point of the attention.

In the middle of it all was CBS on-field reporter Tracy Wolfson, who was charged with conducting the postgame interview with Brady.

Unfortunately for Wolfson, the scrum was so packed with media attempting to get pictures of Brady, and Brady attempting to celebrate with his teammates that the interview couldn’t take place when the CBS broadcast crew threw to her on the field.

However, Wolfson would hang tough and find her moment, keeping close to Brady and, once he had concluded a few moments with teammates and coaches, conducted a pitch-perfect interview in the midst of a still-raucous crown.

On Twitter, journalists praised Wolfson for her performance in the chaos.

Brady will undoubtedly go down as the greatest of all time, but Wolfson might have finished Sunday with the performance of the night.


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