Paul Carcaterra is a popular American Sportscaster currently serving at ESPN as a sideline reporter and lacrosse game analyst since 2010. He also serves as a college football sideline reporter at ESPN. Paul as well serves for No Limit Lacrosse as a president and Inside Lacrosse Magazine contributor. Prior to that, he labored as a website contributor and analyst at CBS Sports as an analyst.
Paul Carcaterra Age
Paul Carcaterra was born in Yorktown, New York in the United States, he is around 45 years of age from his looks though he has not disclosed his year and date of birth.
Paul Carcaterra Height
Carcaterra stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.74 m).
Paul Carcaterra Family
Paul was born and brought up in Yorktown, New York in the United States by his protective parents. Despite being a popular journalist he prefers a private life where he has not shared any information due to his secretive nature regarding to his parents, and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.
Paul Carcaterra Wife
He is happily and contentedly married to his gorgeous wife though he has not disclosed his name to the public. The lovely couple is blessed with two adorable kids a daughter named Peyla, and an amazing son called Grayson. Paul and his adorable family live happily together in New York.
Paul Carcaterra Education
He joined Syracuse University where in 1997 he earned a bachelor’s degree in Political science where he played as a midfielder for the men’s lacrosse, and he directed the Orange to the national title in 1995. He was one of the New Jersey Pride where in the 1998 World Lacrosse Games and in 1997 he was named All-American.
Paul Carcaterra Salary
Paul receives an annual average salary of $79,435 and this is according to ESPN lacrosse game analysts’/ sideline reporters’ salary.
Paul Carcaterra Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars and his career as a sideline reporter and lacrosse game analyst at ESPN is the primary source of his income.
Paul Carcaterra Career
Paul Carcaterra is a popular American Sportscaster currently serving at ESPN as a sideline reporter and lacrosse game analyst since 2010. He also serves as a college football sideline reporter at ESPN together with Beth Mowins and Joey Galloway. Paul as well serves for No Limit Lacrosse as a president and Inside Lacrosse Magazine contributor.
Paul’s journalism career started at CBS College Sports previously was called CSTV in 2005 where he served for a period of four years as a website contributor and analyst. He was awarded the 2016 Doyle Smith Sports Information, Media Award.
He also serves at the US Lacrosse Magazine as a host of the Overtime with Paul’s show which is a weekly sports podcast that specifically concentrates on the best lacrosse people, coaches, and athletes. It consists of 63 episodes with the latest episode edited on May 24, 2022.