Heather Cox is an American sportscaster working for NBC. Heather Cox has previously served for ABC Sports and ESPN as a reporter. She has also been reporter and analyst for Goodwill Games in 1998 and 2001 for Turner Sports.
- Birthday: 3 June 1970 (Age 47)
- Ethnicity: White
- Nationality: American
- Profession: Sportscaster
Personal and Family Life
Heather Cox is married to Bill Cox and has two children together. They were known to each other since college days and still share the same intimacy between them.
Heather was born on 3 June 1970 in Jonesville, North Carolina, USA. Her mother was Alyson Schoeny and there is no information related to her father or siblings.
She completed her high school from the local school in her hometown. She enrolled at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Later, she graduated with a bachelor degree in communications from the university in 1992.
- Parents: Alyson Schoeny (Mother)
- Husband: Bill Cox
- Children: Allyson and Will
- Marital Status: Married
Becoming an avid volleyball player, she played for Women’s volleyball team (Division I) while in the university from 1981 to 1991. She served as a captain of the team when it was placed in top five nationwide later ended in top four. In 1990, Heather became national championship runner-up.
In 1987, she became a member of the United States National Volleyball Team and served until 1995 and also participated in the United States Olympic Festival 1990. Moreover, she played as team captain of the Sacramento Stars at the National Volleyball Association.
In 1995, Heather Cox married to Bill Cox whom she met while in college. They became closer soon as they both had the same passion for sports. She was fine volleyball player where Bill was football player too. The college sweethearts now have two children; a daughter named Allyson and a son Will. The Cox family is living happily to date and there isn’t heard any rumors of divorce of extramarital relationship yet.
Body Measurements and Lifestyle
Heather Cox’s body measurements seem like a beautiful sculpture on the canvas. Additionally, her grayish eyes and golden brown hair make her presence more admirable.
Heather Cox has body measurements of 37-26-38 inches that gives sizzling hourglass figure to her. She has ample natural chest free from any plastic surgery and wears a bra size of 34C. She stands tall at the height of 6 feet. Her well-toned figure weighs 67 kilos and requires dress size of 8.
- Height: 6 Feet (1.82m)
- Body Measurements: 37-26-38 Inches
- Plastic Surgery: N/A
- Weight: 67 KG (147 lbs.)
Talking about her interest, Heather loves sports and gets in volleyball court and golf session whenever gets free. She enjoys reuniting with old friends and family members. During holidays, she prefers to fly for the adventurous family trip. She does have a soft corner for animals and owns a pet dog named Cooper.
Heather Cox is working for NBC as a sideline reporter starting with 2016 Rio Olympics. She has served for ESPN over decades during which she also worked for ABC as a reporter.
After her graduation, she started her career with Fox Sports Net as a basketball analyst. There she covered several prominent games including professional basketball and volleyball and college football.
- 1993- Joined Fox Sports Net as a basketball analyst
- (1994-2016)- Served as reporter for ESPN and ABC Sports
- (1999-2000)- Worked on Running with the Pac magazine show as a reporter
- 2016- Joined NBC Sports as a sideline reporter
In 1994, Heather joined ESPN as a sideline reporter and in-between she also reported for ABC. She covered NBA, college football, NCAA basketball for ESPN similarly for ABC too. She has also reported the WNBA and professional volleyball.
During her start in ESPN, she contributed as an analyst for men’s and women’s NCAA Volleyball Championships as well as women’s NCAA basketball coverage for ESPN. She replaced Erin Andrews on ABC’s Saturday Night College Football Game of the Week in 2012.
She also became volleyball columnist for Pac-10 Conference in 2000. Following, she covered the NBA Playoffs and worked for Oxygen media network analyzing the WNBA coverage.
In 2003, Heather reported AVP pro beach volleyball for NBC and later covered volleyball and beach volleyball from 2004 Olympics at Athens Games. She time and again came back to NBC Sports for reporting Olympics assignments in 2008 and 2012.
Recently, she serves as a sideline reporter on NFL Network and NBC for Thursday Night Football and for Golf Channel.
Also, she contributed as a poolside reporter for NBCSN for swimming competitions at Summer Paralympics 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Heather Cox also received USA Volleyball E. Douglas Boyden Media Recognition Award in 2004.
Net Worth and Salary 2018
Heather Cox’s net worth is peaking yearly as one of the high-profile sportscasters since 90s. Working with world-class sports media like ESPN, ABC, and NBC, she has obviously gained gigantic fortunes and stardom as a gorgeous and hard working sports reporter.
Heather Cox has a net worth of anticipated $10 million, however, her salary is yet to be disclosed. With her tenure with various sports broadcaster including 22 years long experience with ESPN, she has summed up the massive net worth and boasting off her luxurious life. Apart from her fortunes, she has also got a huge number of followers on her social accounts like Instagram and Twitter.