Laura Rutledge Biography
Laura Rutledge is a well-known American sportscaster currently working as a reporter for ESPN and also a host for numerous media outlets such as SEC Network, ESPN, as well as CNN International.
Previously, she worked as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports. Before, Laura covered Fox broadcasts of Tampa Bay Rays Games and then the San Diego Padres games. In 2014, she became part of the SEC Network and ESPN. In the same year, Laura hosted halftime programming for FSN college football games and also hosted the Coors Light PostGame show on Fox College Football.
Laura Rutledge Age
Laura Rutledge was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, in the United States of America on 2nd October 1988. She is 33 years old.
Laura Rutledge Height
She is a woman of above-average stature. Laura stands at a height of5 feet 8 inches ( Approx 1.73m).
Laura Rutledge Family
Laura was born to her supportive mother Deborah McKeeman and her devoted father Robert McKeeman on October 2, 1988, in St. Petersburg, Florida, United States of America. Nevertheless, Laura has not brought to light any information with reference to her siblings.
Laura Rutledge Education
She enrolled at Celebration High School located in Celebration, Florida, and graduated with a high school diploma. Later on, she attended the University of Florida and graduated with a degree majoring in broadcast journalism.
Laura Rutledge Husband
She is gladly married to her lovely husband called Josh Rutledge who is a former American professional baseball infielder. The pair tied the knot on December 7, 2013. Laura and Josh are proud parents to their lovely daughter named Reese Katherine Rutledge born in October 2019. Currently, the family resides in Birmingham, Josh’s hometown.
Laura Rutledge Salary
She receives a satisfactory salary of $71,542 per year. This is in accordance with ESPN anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Laura Rutledge Net Worth
Laura Rutledge has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 – $5 million.
Laura Rutledge Career
Prior to joining ESPN, she worked as a sports anchor for CNN’s Early Start as well as New Day. Laura also worked on Fox Sports as well as HLN’s Morning Express with Robin Meade. She received the 2011 Red Barber Award for her Excellence in Broadcasting at UF while still a student at the University of Florida. Moreover, Laura serves as an Ambassador for Miracle League, an organization that builds baseball fields for children living with disabilities.
Previously, she served as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports. Before, Laura covered Fox broadcasts of Tampa Bay Rays Games and then the San Diego Padres games. In 2014, she became part of the SEC Network and ESPN. In the same year, Laura hosted halftime programming for FSN college football games and also hosted the Coors Light PostGame show on Fox College Football.
Laura is a popular anchor in the sports world for her work as a journalist as well as host for SEC Network and ESPN, she shared her journey to the limelight. Laura’s story was a feature film delivered by Academy Sports + Outdoors.