Nick Canepa Biography
Nick Canepa is a preeminent American journalist presently serving at the San Diego Union-Tribune as the senior sports columnist since 1971. While serving at San Diego Union-Tribune, he has reported on the Chargers, the Clippers, SDSU athletics, and high schools. Nick and his team were recognized with the Pulitzer Prize in 1978 for covering the PSA plane crash.
Nick Canepa Age
Nick Canepa was born in San Diego, California, in the United States of America. However, Nick has managed to keep details with regard to his exact date and year of birth under the radar.
Nick is a man of standard stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.72)
Nick Canepa Family
Nick was born and brought up in San Diego in the United States of America by his hardworking and dedicated parents whose names remain unavailable. Whether Nick has any siblings is now under review and shall be updated as soon as he discloses the details to the public.
Nick Canepa Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his beautiful and caring wife named Teresa. The pair have been living together for more than three decades. Whether the duo share any children remains unknown at the moment.
Nick Canepa Education
He attended and graduated from a local High School in San Diego. Later, enrolled at the San Diego State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism.
Nick Canepa Salary
He receives an ample salary of $99,860 annually. This is in accordance with San Diego Union-Tribune sports columnists’ salaries.
Nick Canepa Net Worth
Nick Canepa managed to stockpile a decent wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Nick Canepa Career
At this present moment, Nick works at the San Diego Union-Tribune as the senior sports columnist since joining the sports department in the year 1974. Nevertheless, Nick officially joined the station as a reporter in 1971 and was later named the station’s general sports columnist in 1984.
During Nick’s earlier days at the station, he covered the Chargers, the Clippers, SDSU athletics, and high schools and also wrote a TV – radio column. Besides covering major sporting events, he also covered the Republican convention in San Diego in 1996 and the Democratic and Republican national conventions in 1988. Nick and his team were recognized with the Pulitzer Prize in 1978 for covering the PSA plane crash.