Baillie Burmaster Biography
Baillie Burmaster works in the WBAY Sports Department since April 2019. Previously she worked in Lubbock, Texas, the ABC affiliate at KAMC.
Baillie Burmaster Age
Baillie was born on March 26, 1993. As of 2021, she is 28 years old.
Baillie Burmaster Height
Baillie is 5 feet 7 inches/ 1.7m tall.
Baillie Burmaster Education
Baillie earned a double degree in Sports Media and Marketing from Oklahoma State University.
Baillie Burmaster Family
Baillie’s parents are Brad and Shirley Burmaster, she has two siblings, Nikki and Brooks. Additional, information on her siblings and parents will be updated soon.
Baillie Burmaster Boyfriend
Baillie is currently dating Baker, a footballer, and has a tight schedule, it’s really hard for them to meet as Baillie is also a busy person. More information on the love birds will be updated soon.
Baillie Burmaster Salary
Burmaster earns an annual salary ranging between$ 24,292 – $ 72,507. This is according to WBAY Sports reporter’s salaries.
Baillie Burmaster Net worth
Baillies estimated net worth is $250,000.
Baillie Burmaster Career
Baillie earned a double degree in Sports Media and Marketing from Oklahoma State University, she worked for OStateTV as a Sports Anchor/Reporter while still in college, also she worked at the in-house production of all OSU Athletic events, Orange Power Studios.
Baillie won for three years, 2011 Big 12 Championship and All-Academic Big 12 after playing for the Oklahoma State Women’s soccer team. Opportunities of learning both on-air and production side of the business have been brought about by her sporting background.
Her career started as she covered Texas Tech for KAMC’s Red Raider Nation in Lubbock. She experienced a lot from spending a draft day with Patrick Mahomes in Tyler, Texas, she covered the Texas Tech Men’s baseball team as they made a run in Omaha at the College World Series and the Texas Tech men’s basketball team when they made it to the Elite Eight in Boston.
Moreso, Baillie has been a sideline reporter for United Rugby League and a color commentator for women’s college soccer on Fox Sports Southwest. She builds and makes strong relationships with coaches and athletes, due to her good sports and athletic background.