ESPN Hottie Kaylee Hartung, Not Married Yet!, Busy in Her Profession: Boyfriend and Dating?

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Busy schedule and love for the profession has kept Kaylee a bit far from thinking much about her personal life. She is indeed a great and admiringly beautiful reporter. Focused on reporting, perhaps she has more time in focusing on herself as well.
ESPN Hottie Kaylee Hartung, Not Married Yet!, Busy in Her Profession: Boyfriend and Dating?

Quick Information

  • High School Episcopal High School
  • Lesbian No
  • Body Measurements 34-25-35 inches
  • Eye Color Dark Brown
  • Hair Color Dark Brown
  • Hair Long
  • Weight 110 lbs (50 kg)
  • Height/ How Tall? 5' 2" (1.57 m)
  • Education BA in Journalism and Politics
  • College Washington and Lee University
  • Date of Birth Nov 07, 1985
  • Age 38 Years, 5 Months
  • Net Worth N/A
  • Salary $64K Per Year (Approx.)
  • Relationship Status Single
  • Brother/s Tyler Hartung
  • Ethnicity/Race White
  • Zodiac Sign Scorpio
  • Profession Journalist
  • Birth Place Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Nationality American

When it comes to the private life of a celebrity, especially the gorgeous reporters, what do we think first? Don't we charge ourselves the questions, such as "Is she married?", "does she have someone special in her life?", and much more.

Kaylee Hartung, a very famously beautiful ESPN news reporter has been on our spotlight at this moment.

Boyfriend, Dating and Marriage Plans?

It looks like the 31-year old hottie is in no hurry to get married. This avid sports lover has made zero citations regarding 'marriage,' 'husband,' and 'children' in any of her interviews.

However, in a 2013 interview, she smartly answered the question "On what makes a man attractive." Her answer gives the hint of what she actually adores in guys. Take note guys. 

 “I definitely need to date someone who enjoys watching sports and talking about sports. I go for a pretty classic look. I’m not going to say that I’m married to a polo-and-khakis or a button-down-and- khakis look, but I just like someone who is put together. Whatever their style may be, as long as it’s clear they’re put together and put a little thought into it, and that they take pride in their appearance…I am a Southern girl, in heart and in mind.”

However, we have one of her 2013's tweet where she mentions "my boyfriend." Now, what does it indicate? Was she dating someone secretly?

But there is no significant proof of her dating anyone and if you are an admirer of Kaylee, there’s an awesome news for you. Despite being so beautiful and talented, Kaylee is currently single. She has had failed relationship in the past but now she is open to a relationship. We did not say this out of the blue; Kaylee has actually expressed it herself.  She said,

“Someone who enjoys watching sports and talking about sports”.

According to Hartung, “she is attracted to men who adorn the classic look – not someone who is dressed in polo’s and khaki’s, but someone who is put together like a gentleman”. Nice time to be single and a fan of Kaylee's beauty. 

And in March 2013, she mentioned her boyfriend in an Instagram image, which hinted the presence of her dating in her life

Dating Rumors With New York Met's Baseball Outfielder 

If you don't know, Kaylee actually sees the former NFL star/ SEC Nation analyst as her brother. 


Following Tim's breakup (reportedly) with his girlfriend, former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo, people started assuming that Tim was dating Kaylee observing their intimacy aftermath. But, as we know now, it was actually a false assumption.


She has a Devoted Fan Base:

Apparently, she gets proposals not only in stadiums but also on her social networking sites. 

She may be single or dating someone secretly. If the former is true, it's probably because of her busy professional life. And why not? She is a new face that runs  ESPN’s SEC Network prime-time college football telecasts. She has definitely made a career for herself.

Busy Professional Life:

This award-winning reporter indeed has a very busy schedule and is involved in multiple sports coverage for ESPN such as Sportscenter and also contributes as an in-game reporter for the college-level football, basketball, and baseball. Furthermore, her current involvement as a sideline reporter for ESPN network's prime Football game (with the legendary play-by-play broadcaster Brent Musburger and analyst Jesse Palmer) has also made her busy.

Maybe her professional obligations are what keeps her busy and thus, she might only be focused on that as of now. But hey, she has stated what kind of men she likes and adores so we better keep our eyes open for any sort of revelations from her side regarding her personal and dating life. 

Kaylee Hartung gets SEC Network Promotion!

Hartung has become the sideline reporter for ESPN’s SEC Network prime-time college football telecasts, joining Brent Musburger and Tim Tebow. Hartung has replaced Maria Taylor, who is also replacing Joe Tessitore as the host of SEC Nation, the SEC Network’s game-day college football preview show.

Hartung, the former Episcopal High graduate, is also enjoying an expanded role as an on-site reporter for “SportsCenter.”

Along with her promotion, Hartung bids farewell to her role as the reporter for SEC Nation Saturday coverage. Laura Rutledge will be the one replacing her. Hartung will still be contributing to the show on features.

Current News

Caption: Kaylee covering the Invictus tournament, May 2016

In September 2016, Hartung shared a heartfelt tribute to her former SEC Nation colleagues Joe Tessitore, Paul Finebaum, Marcus Spears, Greg McElroy and Tim Tebow on Instagram earlier this week and it was emotional for sure!


In August 2016, Kaylee also spoke on College GameDay about the historic flooding in Baton Rouge and also pointed out the LSU football team’s relief efforts. After all, she is a Baton Rouge native.

Kaylee Hartung's Short Bio:

Kaylee Hartung (born November 7, 1985) is a reporter for ESPN and also contributes to ESPN's SEC Network. 

Kaylee has impressed everyone through her cheerful nature and working style. She worked for the mighty CBS in the past joining The Longhorn Network as a sports anchor. She then joined ESPN in 2012 and the rest is history.

She had been dreaming of being a part of SEC tournaments since her childhood. She originally wanted to be an LSU cheerleader. 

She is the graduate of Washington and Lee University, where she majored in broadcast journalism and politics. After graduation, she went on to fulfill her childhood dream as a television personality.

Last but Not the Least

Her brother is a pilot.

Her Favorite Dancing Partner Was Her Grandfather

Tried her hands on Softball for Charity That Raised 1.55 million US dollars!!!