ESPN and CBS' play-by-play announcer and sports journalist Beth Mowins might not be a name that fans would love to adore, but despite all the criticisms, she has been able to make her presence felt in the field of her involvement.
But is her career her only eternal love and thus, is she not married and have a partner in life? Is her career the only thing she wants to focus on currently? If you're curious to know the answers to these questions, you've come to the right place.
Does Mowins See Her Career Ahead of Her Personal Life?
Beth Mowins is already close to her 50's, and still, she has not revealed much about her marital life. Neither has she presented a husband or a life partner in front of the media and fans nor announced any plans of her settling down in her life.
That has also led to the fans of the game speculate her to be a lesbian. She, however, has not spoken about her sexuality in public, and that is why no significant conclusions could be reached with regards to her sexuality.
She is a successful lady in her professional life, but does she only focus on the professional aspect of her life and leave her personal life behind? Well, by the looks of it that seems to be the case and why not, she has been a successful woman when it comes to her career.
Beth typically announces women's college sports and in 2005, she became the second woman ever to call a nationally televised college football game for ESPN.
Moreover, there is also news that she has got the nod to announce the late-night opening weekend "Monday Night Football" game between Chargers and Broncos in Denver on September 11 and by doing that, she becomes the only woman in the history to do play-by-play calling for the NFL game on national television. Moreover, former Bills and Jets head coach, Rex Ryan is likely to be the game analyst.
The fans, however, have lashed her for her work and some of the tweets below shall help you know how the viewers feel about her work.
Can we not have Beth Mowins not call any of our games again? Just terrible.— Kip C (@BomisHawg) September 3, 2016
Flipped over to Arkansas-Louisiana Tech game and the sound of Beth Mowins' voice caused me to immediately hit mute button.— Brett Brown (@jbrettbrown) September 3, 2016
#KSUvsPSU Let's take a moment to thank the football gods for sparing us Beth Mowins as our commentator today. ????— ?Phil Jacksonville? (@ClutchMilroy) September 3, 2016
But the criticisms have not fazed the star, and she has been relentless on her work which she has loved since the very beginning.
Beth has always loved calling and talking about sports, and in 2015, she explained how this love came about.
“I looked at the analysts, and they were former coaches and former players and I knew I wasn’t going to be that guy,”
“But that other guy, I thought maybe I could do that. So that was the direction I headed in.”
Finally, regarding her personal life, let us hope she reveals something exciting about her personal life shortly!
A Short Wiki-Like Bio of Beth Mowins:
Born on May 26, 1967, in Syracuse, New York, United States, Beth Mowins is a great play-by-play announcer and sports journalist for CBS and ESPN.
She is a 1989 graduate of Lafayette College and also captained the varsity basketball team. Beth Mowins joined the ESPN team back in 1994 as a play-by-play commentator.
She has called the NCAA Championships in basketball, soccer, softball and volleyball and for over 20 years, she has also been the voice of the Women’s College World Series. Beth Mowins was also a part of ESPN’s coverage of Women’s World Cup 2011 held in Germany.
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