Jenny Taft: Everything About Her - From Her Age To Her Possible Married Life With Husband

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Jenny Taft: Everything About Her - From Her Age To Her Possible Married Life With Husband

Marriage is a celebration of love and promises between two partners to stick together through the highs and lows of life. 

Talking about the wedding of public figures, some flaunt the joy of the ceremony while others prefer to keep it confined to themselves. 

FOX Sports host and reporter, Jenny Taft, falls into the latter category; she maintains a private life but seems to be sharing the companionship of her possible life partner. So, if you want to find out everything about Jenny Taft, then you’ve hit the right place!

Is Jenny Taft Married? 

Jenny has a smooth sailing career and has earned a name for herself as a successful sports reporter. However, besides her work, fans eagerly wish to know the details regarding her personal life as well. 

However, Jenny rather keeps up with a low-profile and records of her past affairs haven't reached the surface of the media as well. But, by the looks of it, she definitely is taken! 

According to some sources, she is married to her longtime boyfriend, Matt Gilroy who is an American Ice hockey player known for helping Boston University win the NCAA Championship in the year 2009. However, details relating to when and how they fell in love haven't been revealed by the couples yet.

As per their wedding, Jenny didn't make an official announcement, but she tied the knot with Matt in 2016. Jenny looked beautiful in a white gown and an updo hairstyle with her newly-wedded husband. 

Caption: Jenny Taft with husband Matt Gilroy and officiant Dr. Jon Ireland during their wedding ceremony.

Photo Credit: drjonireland.com 

More About Jenny Taft:

Jenny Taft, whose birth name is Jennifer Lind Taft, can be well defined as a woman who has an intense enthusiasm and love for several sports. Even for her profession, she chose to be a reporter and host with sports beat.

She is a former college athlete, who now works for FOX Sports news channel and is a sideline, field reporter covering the news of soccer/football and several championship events.

Jenny is also a reporter for Monster Energy Supercross, a motorcycle racing series and host of the Westminster Kennel Club Show as well. On top of that, Jenny is a guest host for Skip And Shannon: Undisputed, an American talk show and The Herd with Colin Cowherd, a sports talk radio show. 

Caption: Host Jenny Taft and Colin Cowherd discuss the biggest NBA stories on The Herd, a sports talk radio show.

(Published on June 19, 2017) 

Jenny was born in Edina, Minnesota, but, her birth date is yet to be revealed; leaving her age in a complete mystery. 

However, on September 14, 2013, she shared a photo on Twitter with her friends mentioning about celebrating their birthdays together. 

Jenny got raised in a family with an athletic background. Her father, Jon Taft is a two-time national champion. He was a member of the hockey team at the University of Wisconsin and a captain in the 1976 U.S. Olympic hockey team. He played six seasons in the National Hockey League.

Meanwhile, her mother, Mary Taft competed in speed skating through high school. Jenny has a younger brother named Charlie Taft, who was a senior member of the hockey team at the Colorado College in Colorado Springs. 

Taft shares a close bond with her family members and often posts pictures with them via social media. 

Earlier this year on February 22, Jenny posted a beautiful throwback family photo on her Instagram account. 

 

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Before success followed Jenny's footsteps, she graduated from Boston University in 2010 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and then, worked for a Public Relations agency in NY. After working for a year, she shifted back to Minneapolis and worked as a FOX Sports Girl for FOX Sports North, a regional sports network.

Jenny auditioned for a role at Fox Sports 1 in 2013 and got hired by the upstart network. With time, her career expanded and her position inclined from a track reporter to a sideline reporter at major games in sports history. She also got an opportunity to cover the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Vancouver and many other championship events as of date.

However, much more is yet to come for the passionate reporter, Jenny Taft in the coming days!