Quint Kessenich (Quint Elroy Kessenich) is a popular American sportscaster nowadays serving for both ABC and ESPN where he provided coverage for horse racing, lacrosse, wrestling, basketball, hockey, and football since 1993.
He is an active member of “First Stick”, a non-profit that presents urban athletes and schools to the game of lacrosse, a member of the Long Island Chapter, the Baltimore Chapter of the USA Lacrosse Hall of Fame, and Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame. He started Lacrosse Podcast at ESPNU in 2010 which finally became the industry head for lacrosse news.
Quint Kessenich Age
Quint Kessenich was born in Lynbrook, New York, in the United States of America on November 22, 1967, he is 54 years of age.
Quint Kessenich Height
Kessenich stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in (approx. 1.72 m).
Quint Kessenich Family
He was born and brought up by his protective parents in Lynbrook, New York, in the United States of America. He keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not revealed any information regarding his siblings and parents hence their existence and professions are not known.
Quint Kessenich Wife
He prefers a private life when it comes to his love affairs hence he has not shared any details concerning his previous and current relationships.
Quint Kessenich Education
He studied at Lynbrook High School and thereafter joined John Hopkins University, where after three years he graduated with a degree.
Quint Kessenich Salary
Quint receives an annual average salary of $92,670 and this is according to ESPN lacrosse analysts’/college sports reporters’ salaries.
Quint Kessenich Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career as a college sports reporter and lacrosse analyst at ESPN is the primary source of his income.
Quint Kessenich Career
He presently works at ESPN, where he serves as a college sports reporter and lacrosse analyst where he especially provides coverage for wrestling and football. Quint as well donates to Inside Lacrosse Magazine.
His roles developed into several NCAA championships, high school football, and men’s college basketball since he came to the station. He as well worked for ESPNU.com as a frequent contributor.
He provided coverage for Preakness, Belmont Stakes, and Kentucky Derby while still serving at the station. He also provides coverage for the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship and college football besides his reporting responsibilities. His journalism career started at The Saratoga Special, a horse racing newspaper where he was employed to work as a sports writer.