Sean McDonough is a popular American sportscaster who presently serves for WEEI Red Sox Radio and ESPN. He served for CBS Sports prior to joining ESPN. Sean has broadcasted golf such as college basketball including 10 NCAA tournaments, college football including the prestigious Orange Bowl game, the College World Series, the NFL, US Open tennis, 3 Winter Olympics, and 4 Masters and PGA Championships.
Sean Mcdonough Age
Sean Mcdonough was born in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America, on May 13, 1962, and he’s 60 years of age.
Sean Mcdonough Height
Mcdonough stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx. 1.7 m).
Sean Mcdonough Family
Sean was born and brought up in Boston, Massachusetts, the United States of America by Wilma McDonough her supportive mother, and William McDonough his loving father who worked as an on-air football reporter and as a sportswriter for The Boston Globe for NBC and CBS. He has two adorable brothers named Terry and Erin as well he has two awesome step-brothers Cara and Ryan.
Sean Mcdonough Wife
Sean prefers a private life where he has not revealed any details regarding his marital status hence it’s not publicly known if she’s married, single, dating, or has any kids.
Sean Mcdonough Education
Sean joined the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications of Syracuse University and graduated in 1984 with a degree in broadcast journalism. He served Syracuse football coach Dick MacPherson while still at the University.
Sean Mcdonough Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $116,937 and this is according to WEEI Red Sox Radio Network and ESPN contributors’ salaries.
Sean Mcdonough Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars and his career as a contributor is the primary source of his wealth.
Sean Mcdonough Career
He announced baseball for ESPN/ABC, college basketball, college football, NBA, NHL, and NCAA hockey since 2000. He as well serves at ESPN as a contributor where he covers the U.S. Open as well as British Open golf tournaments. Together with Quint Kessenich, he called the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship Final Four.
Before joining ESPN he served for CBS Sports. Sean has broadcasted golf such as college basketball including 10 NCAA tournaments, college football including the prestigious Orange Bowl game, the College World Series, the NFL, US Open tennis, 3 Winter Olympics, and 4 Masters and PGA Championships.
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