Mark Neely Biography
Mark Neely is a renowned American Journalist and sportscaster currently working for ESPN College Football, College Basketball on ESPN, and NBA on ESPN as a play-by-play announcer since 2010. Before joining ESPN, Mark worked for San Diego Padres baseball as a TV Play-By-Play announcer for two years.
Mark Neely Age
Mark Neely was born in St. Louis, Missouri in the United States of America. He is around 58 years old although details with reference to his date and year of birth remain unavailable.
Mark Neely Height
Mark is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Mark Neely Family
Mark Neely was born to his hardworking and caring parents and raised in St. Louis, Missouri in the United States of America. Nevertheless, details with reference to his parents and children remain away from the public.
Mark Neely Wife
He is happily married to his stunning wife called Christine Neely. The pair is blessed with a lovely son named Trevor who was born in 2002.
Mark Neely Education
Mark attended and graduated from Parkway West High School. The school as well produced some broadcasters like Stone Phillips and Chip Caray. Later on, he matriculated at the University of Missouri, Columbia in 1983 and graduated with Delta Sigma Phi in 1985. Moreover, he enrolled at Kansas University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1987.
Mark Neely Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $80,654 annually. This is in accordance with the ESPN play-by-play announcers’ salaries.
Mark Neely Net Worth
Mark Neely has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Mark Neely Career
At the moment, Mark works for ESPN College Football, NBA on ESPN, and College Basketball on ESPN as a play-by-play announcer since 2010. Before joining ESPN, Mark worked for San Diego Padres baseball as a TV Play-By-Play announcer for two years.
His early career kicked off at the Minor League teams where he served as a radio and television play-by-play voice for several stations including Louisville Redbirds, Salem Avalanche, Tulsa Drillers, Springfield (IL) Cardinals, and Boise Hawks.
Furthermore, he joined the ESPN station in 2001 where he served as TV Play-By-Play Announcer for a period of six years. He covered the Major League Baseball as well as College Football-Basketball-Baseball. Mark also worked for the NCAA women’s Swimming & Diving National & men’s Championships as the play-by-play announcer in 2006 and 2007.
After his contract termination with the station, Mark joined Big Ten Network in the year 2007 and covered the College Football, Baseball, and Basketball games for the station as TV Play-By-Play Announcer for a period of three years.