Sarah Spain Archive

Sarah Spain

Contributor, espnW.com
Sarah Spain (follow her on Twitter @SarahSpain) is the co-host of espnW Presents: The Trifecta with Spain, Jane & Kate on ESPN Radio, host of the That's What She Said podcast, a SportsCenter reporter and an espnW columnist since 2010. She was a heptathlete at Cornell and is a lifelong Chicago sports fan.
  • News & Commentary

    Spain: Mayweather honor spoils silly fun

    Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards had some surprisingly OK moments, but bestowing the title of Best Ever upon Floyd Mayweather was not one of them.

    Jun 19 2:37 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Carmen and Jurko

    Carmen and Jurko are live from Soldier Field for the Blackhawks Parade and Rally! They get live look-ins from Sarah Spain, Eddie Olczyk, Scott Powers, and Ray Flores.

  • Spain & Prim

    Sarah & Prim discuss LeBron's playoff run and the finals. What can LeBron's secret motivation be? Gender testing in women's World Cup. Also, Brian Windhorst and Julie Foudy.

  • Athlete's Life

    Girls relish first national baseball tournament

    At the first national all-girls baseball tournament, Baseball For All worked to make the game more accessible.

    Jun 7 1:21 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Spain & Prim

    The girls discuss how the loss of Kyrie Irving will make this series very tough for LeBron. Plus they get a live update from the Belmount Stakes.

  • Athlete's Life

    Sarah Spain gets past the Lightning's defenses

    Tampa Bay tried to make it as tough as possible for Chicago fans to infiltrate Amalie Arena, but our intrepid writer would not be defeated.

    Jun 4 1:30 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Over The Ball

    Kevin Flynn looks ahead to the FIFA Women's World Cup with the USWNT's Kelley O'Hara, ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle, espnW's Sarah Spain and Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney.

  • Spain & Prim

    Prim & Spain talk NBA Finals, Jane McManus gives us an update on Ray McDonald, Tom Haberstroh breaks down Lebron James's playoff performance and what did the guys learn?

  • Final Straw?

    May 26

  • Video Highlights

    May 26

  • Mike and Mike

    espnW's Sarah Spain discusses the release of Bears DE Ray McDonald, including how Chicago failed in the initial process of signing McDonald and why the NFL doesn't need to wait for the legal process.

  • Best of Mike and Mike

    Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic discuss Steph Curry's scary fall, the Bears' release of Ray McDonald and more. Plus, they welcome Louis Riddick, Sarah Spain and Jeff Van Gundy.

  • Hour 3

    Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic discuss the Mets' rotation and speak with espnW's Sarah Spain about the Bears' release of Ray McDonald, ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler about Stephen Curry's fall in Game 4 against the Rockets and more.

  • Mike & Mike: Show Preview May 26

    May 26

  • Spain & Prim

    Sarah Spain and Prim Siripipat talk about LeBron and his meaning to his team, Keith Olbermann on Letterman's exit, Amin Elhassan on the NBA playoffs and Kate Fagan.

  • Spain & Prim

    Sarah Spain & Prim Siripipat chat about DeflateGate and the NBA Playoffs & have a conversation with Jackie MacMullan.

  • Athlete's Life

    Unveiling 'Iverson' with director Zatella Beatty

    Director Zatella Beatty talks about gaining acceptance from and access to mercurial, misunderstood NBA star Allen Iverson, and what she learned during the filming of his documentary.

    May 15 5:11 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • News & Commentary

    Spain: Thanks, Nevada State Athletic Commission!

    Boxing fans can rejoice. The Nevada State Athletic Commission is launching a full investigation ... of why Manny Pacquiao didn't check a box on his prefight questionnaire. Uh, OK.

    May 6 1:00 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • News & Commentary

    Landon Collins, mom still not on the same page

    Remember the high school recruit whose mom blasted his choice of Alabama on TV? Well, the relationship between Landon Collins and his mom, April Justin, is still, um, complicated.

    May 1 10:49 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • News & Commentary

    How the NFL draft moved to Chicago

    On Thursday, first-round picks will hug Roger Goodell and don a hat from their new team. And lurking behind the scenes is Mary Pat Augenthaler, the woman tasked with moving the draft to Chicago.

    Apr 30 2:28 PM ET | By Sarah Spain

  • Waddle & Silvy

    The guys were joined by Bill Polian, Sarah Spain and Jeff Dickerson

  • ESPN Radio

    ESPNW's Sarah Spain compares Ray Rice's incident to Floyd Mayweather's record of domestic violence, if fans should boycott the fight and more.