Wendi Nix is an American sports reporter and anchor working for ESPN. She has previously hosted Baseball Tonight as well as became field reporter of Sunday Night Baseball.
Wendi Nix married Ben Cherington who was general manager of Boston Red Sox. After marriage, they began to live in Boston though the couple separated as per an interview with the Myrtle Beach Tribune in 2010.
Recently, Nix tied a knot to Joe Ritchie and has two daughters together with him.
She often posts pictures of her two daughters in social accounts. There has been heard no rumors of her extramarital relationships or separation any soon.
Nix was born in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, USA.
Her father Wayne Nix is a sports fanatic who worked as a high school football coach as well as sports director. She got a passion for sports from genes.
As a low-strung person, there is less information regarding her parents and siblings.
In 1992, she completed her high school from Socastee High School in her hometown and later enrolled at Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C. During her time at Wofford, she served as president of the student body as well as team leader of college golf team.
She graduated with a bachelor degree in French and Economics. She also has a master’s degree in sports management from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Wendy Nix has a delectable height of 5 feet 8 inches weighing 68 kilos. She has body measurements of 35-26-38 inches curled up with the seductive butt, flat belly, and ample chest.
She is blessed with a sizzling hot body with luscious curves and hip. As a sports enthusiast, she often indulges in games that have helped out to stay healthy and fit though she is a great food lover.
Regarding her bold and beautiful image, she has been named in ESPN’s top 30 sexiest women.
The foxy beauty of ESPN has intense blue eyes and dyed golden-blonde hair. Talking about plastic surgery, she rarely needs knife and scissors to look bombshell cause she has got all those features since birth.
Her followers desperately admire her sexy white long legs and toned figure that she has achieved through the regular workout and participating in sports.
Nix is known for her lively attitude and as a foodie. She loves traveling with her beloved family during vacations.
When not anchoring, she spends time with her daughter; reading stories for them and playing.
She is equally conscious of her beauty and style and frequently updates herself going through fashion magazines and blogs.
She loves wearing red dresses with brown belts and is an avid fan of the Terriers.
She is currently working for ESPN, earlier she worked at WHDH-TV and New England Sports Network.
She is also the first woman to operate as the master of ceremonies during Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America awards dinner in 2009.
Nix is serving as a host and correspondent for ESPN since 2006. During her tenure at the network, from 2010-2013, she hosted halftime and post-game shows on college football as well as anchored versions of college Football Live for six years.
For five years, she reported for Sunday Night Baseball and College Gameday. She also anchored “Chalk Talk” of Monday Night Football in 2009.
Moreover, she anchored Baseball Tonight and provided coverage of US Open golf tournament from 2007-2010 and in 2010, Master and British Open tournaments.
During dinner to honor the division 1A college football player of the year by the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America award, Nix served as the master of ceremonies.
Recently, Nix hosts NFL Insiders on a weekday and Sunday NFL Countdown’s segment. She is a contributor to network’s annual coverage of Super Bowl week as well as NFL Draft.
From June 2003 to 2006, Nix served NBC affiliate WHDH-TV in Boston as a reporter and sportscaster. Prior to that, she worked for Fox Sports Net as a national sports correspondent, New England Sports Network (NESN) and WPDE-TV.
Currently, Nix serves as a guest analyst on WHDH’s Sports Extra.
Wendi Nix is an American sportscaster who has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Her salary in 2018 is $500 thousand per annum.
She is a veteran sportscaster and reporter working for world-class sports channel ESPN.
She has been serving the network for over a decade, so we can assume that she is being paid the satisfying salary for her duties that is enlarging her net worth yearly.
Working as a sports journalist since 90s, she has obviously collected peaking assets as well as is living deluxe lifestyle. All thanks to her dedication and patience that has supported her to grow in this level of fame and name.