Kathryn Tappen is a famous American sportscaster who currently serves on NBC Sports Group’s coverage of the NHL, the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, Football Night in America, and Notre Dame Football among others. Kathryn relocated to England Sports Network and then in 2011, she went to NHL Network where she hosted NHL Tonight and went to NBC in the summer of 2014 consequently.
Kathryn Tappen Age
Kathryn Tappen was born on April 9, 1981, in Morristown, New Jersey, in the United States. She is 41 years of age.
Kathryn Tappen Height
Tappen stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.7m).
Kathryn Tappen Family
Kathryn was born and brought up by her loving and supportive parents in Morristown, New Jersey. She used to play youth basketball and baseball on boys’ teams because where she lived there were no girls’ teams. As well she played tennis, and golf and also ran across the country. She prefers private life hence there is no information found regarding her parents and siblings.
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Kathryn Tappen Education
Kathryn studied at Villa Walsh High School where she worked hard and received athletic and academic scholarships to join Rutgers University. While in the university, she became a member of track teams and cross country until she graduated in 2003.
Kathryn Tappen Salary
Kathryn receives an annual salary of $69,919 and this is according to NBC sportscasters’ salaries.
Kathryn Tappen’s Net Worth
Kathryn has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars and her career as a sportscaster is the source of her wealth.
Kathryn Tappen Career
After Kathryn served in College Sports Television, she went to WJAR in Providence, R.I., where she served as a weekday sports reporter and weekend anchor. Afterward, she went to New England Sports Network, then in 2011, Kathryn went to NHL Network where she hosted NKL Tonight, and went to NBC in the summer of 2014 subsequently.
In 2014, Kathryn won the “Woman of Inspiration” prize which was presented by the Boston Chapter of Women in Sports and Events. She has been appointed for two New England Emmy Awards because of her sports reporting and in 2006 she won an Associated Press prize because of her feature Swim Meet.