Elizabeth Mowins, born on May 26, 1967, better known has Beth Mowins, is an American play-by-play announcer and sports Journalist for ESPN, CBS and Marquee Sports Network. She calls women’s college sports and she became the second woman to call nationally televised college football games for ESPN in 2005. In 2017 she began doing play-by-play for NFL games and became the first woman to call the national televised NFL game in 2021.
Beth Mowins Bio:
|Full name:||Elizabeth Mowins|
|Date of Birth:||May 26, 1967|
|Place Of Birth:||Syracuse, New York|
|Education:||Syracuse University S.I. New-house School of Public Communication|
|Career:||Sport Journalist for ESPN and CBS|
|Net Worth:||$2.5 million|
Early Life and Education
Beth Mowins was born in Syracuse, New York, her father Len Mowins was a high-school basketball coach.
She loves sport and she plays basketball, softball and football at North Syracuse High School, New York.
She Captain the varsity basketball team for two seasons at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Lafayette with a BA in 1989.
In1990 she graduated from Syracuse University S.I. New-house School of Public Communication‘s with a master’s degree in broadcast and digital journalism.
Beth Mowins started her profession in 1991 as news and sports director for WXHC-FM Radio in Homer, New York.
In 1994, she joined ESPN covering college Sports, such as basketball, football, volleyball and softball. She has been the network’s lead voice on softball coverage, including the Women’s College World Series.
During the ESPN‘s tertiary broadcast team for the telecasts of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup, she was paired with Cat Whitehill.
She became the play-by-play voice for Oakland and later Las Vegas Raiders pre-season television broadcasts in 2015.
She was the first female broadcaster to call the national televised NFL game and she was also the second female play-by-play announcer in NFL regular season history.
Mowins made her NBC Olympics debut hosting softball for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in 2021, and in the same year she starts calling the NBA games on ESPN.
Beth Mowins worked with analyst Doris Burke in calling an NBA game on ESPN in 2020 as part of ESPN‘s plan to have an all-woman broadcasting and production crew for the very first time on a national scale.
Mowins and Burke return together the following season during International women’s Day in 2023.
Beth Mowins is married to Alan Arrollado, a San Diego Fire-Rescue battalion chief. they live together in San Diego, California.
She is blessed with a child, she has a step son from her husband by name Matt. She got married to Alan on the 30th day of June 2019.
Beth Mowins Worth
Beth Mowins the popular sports journalist for ESPN and CBS has total salary of about $85,000 and a sizeable net worth of about $2.5 million, she is one of the richest female journalist in the United States.