Lisa Kerney Wiki
Lisa Kerney born Lisa Diane Gangel Kerney is an American sportscaster, Kerney worked for ESPN until April 2018. She is is a native of Leawood, Kansas.
Lisa Kerney Biography
In the summer of 2003, Lisa Kerney began her career as an intern at Metro Sports in Kansas City, Missouri. Kerney worked at KXLF-TV in Butte, Montana, as a sports producer/reporter and anchor the following year. She was awarded the Montana Standard People’s Choice Awards in the Best Sports Reporter and Best TV Personality category in 2005. Kerney worked at KING-TV in Seattle as a weekend sports anchor and Northwest Sports Tonight host from 2005-2010. She joined the MBL network as a sports reporter from October 2010 until December 2011 after leaving KING-TV.
Kerney joined ESPN since 2012 and worked as a sports anchor for CBS 2 News This Morning on WCBS-TV in New York. She worked as a sportscaster for the huge channel ESPN until 2018 and this is a dream of any journalist or media personality. Together with Jemele Hill, Elle Duncan, and Sage Steele, Kerney also worked on the show called Sportscenter which was one of the best sports shows ever. In her past, she has worked for other channels like WCBS. She left the network on April 27, 2018.
Lisa Kerney Age
Lisa was born on July 8, 1981, Kansas City, MO.
Lisa Kerney Family
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Lisa Kerney Husband
The personal life of Lisa Kerney is just as perfect as her career. After many years of dating, Kerney married her boyfriend Patrick Kerney. The couple first met in 2007 when Kerney covered a press conference in the Seahawks that introduced her husband as a new Seahawks player.
In the year 2010, the couple tied the knot and their relationship was running without scratch until now. Lisa Kerney was considered one of the few perfect celebrity couples with her husband Patrick Kerney. Kerney and her spouse Patrick, who has been in a relationship for over a decade and has been married for over eight years, rarely make their way to the media because of their controversial news, so it is less likely that couples will ever end their divorce relationship.
Her husband is an ex-professional NFL player who played with Atlanta Falcons for nearly 8 seasons and the Seattle Seahawks for three seasons. The couple welcomed four children at an interval of six years of their marriage. The family currently resides in the Connecticut of Northeastern United States.
Lisa Kerney Children
The couple has four children.
Lisa Kerney Height
The former ESPN reporter, Lisa Kerney stands at a height of 6 feet.
Lisa Kerney Salary
Her net worth is estimated to be between $10k to $50k.
Lisa Kerney Net Worth
Lisa Kerney has an estimated $1 million worth of net worth. According to some sources, ESPN reporter’s average salary is $85k, while ESPN reporter’s average salary ranges from $60,303 to $85,439. Kerney’s husband, Patrick Kerney, has an estimated net worth of about $14.8 million per net worth of celebrities. He also sold the home in October 2013 for $2 million. Originally, the house was built in 1950 in Bellevue, Washington. The mansion of 3,200 square feet has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a large deck with a fireplace of stone.
Lisa Kerney Leaving Espn
SportsCenter anchor Lisa Kerney has left ESPN after four years on the network. Kerney announced her departure Friday on Twitter, writing that she and ESPN had “agreed to part ways.”
“I’m incredibly proud of the work we accomplished together & grateful for the amazing friends I’ve made along the way,” she wrote
Kerney joined ESPN in February 2014, after a stint as a sports anchor for CBS 2 in New York City. She regularly hosted the 11 p.m. SportsCenter, as well as other studio shows including Fantasy Football Now.
ESPN fantasy sports columnist Matthew Berry, who worked alongside Kerney on Fantasy Football Now, tweeted Friday that he was “bummed” by her departure, calling her a “great anchor, better person.”
ESPN has been shedding SportsCenter anchors steadily over the past year, beginning with the company’s mass layoffs last April and continuing with further departures since. Though Kerney does not seem to have been laid off, we don’t know what forces compelled her to leave. For example, Lindsay Czarniak exited ESPN somewhat abruptly last summer and only later revealed that she had left after the network asked her to take on a lesser role and less pay upon her return from maternity leave. It’s possible that Kerney was a bit lost in the shuffle as ESPN has reorganized its lineup.
Regardless, we wish Lisa Kerney the best wherever she lands next.
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