Friday, September 17, 2010
Erin Andrews joined ESPN in May 2004 as a reporter for the network's NHL coverage. Since the 2004 season, Andrews has served as a reporter for the ESPN College Football Saturday telecast, the Saturday Primetime college basketball game and Big Ten college basketball coverage. In 2005, she began reporting from the sidelines of the ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime series and added Major League Baseball sideline reporting to her responsibilities. She is now also assigned to the season-long Monday Night Baseball telecast.
Andrews has been a reporter on ESPN's College World Series telecasts since 2005 and the Little League World Series since 2006. She also has provided reports and features on Great Outdoor Games coverage. Since 2008, Andrews has served as the reporter for ESPN and ABC's live coverage of "The Scripps National Spelling Bee."
Before joining ESPN, Andrews worked as a reporter and studio host for Turner Sports from 2002-04, covering the Atlanta Braves (studio host) and college football (reporter) for TBS and the Atlanta Thrashers (studio host) and Atlanta Hawks (reporter) for Turner Sports South.
She began her career with Fox Sports Florida South as a freelance reporter in 2000-01. She was a Tampa Bay Lightning reporter for the Sunshine Network from 2001-02.
Andrews, a native of Lewiston, Maine, graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor of arts degree in telecommunications in 2000. While at Florida, she was a member of the Gators' basketball dance team from 1997-2000.