Danielle Slaton Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Fox Sports
November 30, 2022
Danielle Slaton Biography
Danielle Slaton is an American retired professional soccer player who currently serves at Santa Clara University as the Director of External Relations within the School of Education and Counseling Psychology.
Apart from the services at Santa Clara, Danielle is a soccer television analyst at San Jose Earthquakes, the Pac-12 Networks, NBC, and Fox Sports. Moreover, she works on the Board of Directors for both Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative and the U.S. Soccer Foundation.
Danielle Slaton Age
Danielle Slaton was born on June 10, 1980, in San Jose, California, United States of America. Slaton is 42 years of age.
Danielle Slaton Height
Slaton is a woman of average height. Slaton stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.68 meters).
Danielle Slaton Family
Slaton was born and brought up in San Jose, California by her parents Frank Slaton and Sandy. She is the elder daughter. Her dad is a high school track coach and teaches physical education. Her mum teaches middle school. Her parents got her begun in soccer at the age of five where she was the only girl on the team.
Danielle Slaton Husband
She is wedded to her husband John Albers. The duo tied the knot in 2019. Together, they have a son who lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Danielle Slaton Salary
She receives an annual salary of $99,654. This is according to Fox Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Danielle Slaton’s Net Worth
Slaton has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million US dollars.
Danielle Slaton Career
She studied at Presentation High School in San Jose, California. While still there, she directed the soccer team to three Central Coast Section Championship games. Thereafter, she matriculated at Santa Clara University and graduated in 2002 with a degree in psychology.
While there, she supervised the women’s soccer team to the 2001 NCAA National Championship. Danielle was anointed the NCAA College Cup Defensive MVP. Afterward, she coached soccer at Northwestern University, where she also obtained her Master’s Degree in Sports Administration.
She works at San Jose Earthquakes, NBC, Fox Sports, and the Pac-12 Networks as a soccer television analyst. For the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, Danielle worked as a match analyst for Fox Sports. Danielle joined the Big Ten Network as a soccer analyst in 2010. She became a sports analyst for Fox Soccer for the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship 2014.
Further, she also worked as an analyst for Fox during the 2015 Algarve Cup. In Feb 2015, she joined the broadcasting team for “Chicago Fire Weekly” on ESPN Chicago and served for the Fire on Comcast SportsNet Chicago. as the sideline analyst. In March 2016, she served as an analyst for San Jose Earthquakes and Comcast Sports Net Bay Area.
In 2005, Danielle served at Evergreen Valley High School in San Jose, California as an assistant coach. Danielle assisted and lead the team to its first county tournament win in school history. Further, she worked as an assistant and head coach for the Capital Area Soccer in Raleigh, North Carolina. She joined the coaching staff of Northwestern University as an assistant coach in 2006.