Courtney Lyle Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, ESPN

Courtney Lyle

Courtney Lyle

Courtney Lyle Biography

Courtney Lyle is a journalist currently working for SEC Network.  And ESPN  as a play-by-play commentator. She serves in different college sports such as softball, basketball, and volleyball.  In 2010 and 2011. Lyne rejoined ESPN after serving as an event production intern.

She also worked as a weekend sports anchor and sports reporter in Macon, Ga.for 13WMAZ. Lyle attended Tennessee University and earned a Bachelor’s in Journalism and Electronic Media in 2012.

Courtney Lyle Age

Lyle was born in Nashville, the United States of America, on February 26, 1990. She is 32 years old.

Courtney Lyle Height

She stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx 1.65 m tall.

Courtney Lyle  Education

Lyle received her high school education diploma from Brentwood High School.  She attended Tennessee University and earned a Bachelor’s in Journalism and Electronic Media in 2012 later on.

Courtney Lyle  Family

She was born in Nashville, the United States of America to her caring and loving father and mother. Lyle’s dad in the year 2017 passed away after losing a battle against cancer. With her, it was never a case of couldn’t do it because she is a female. There weren’t a lot of sports for females during her time. But  He knew Lyle liked sports and had in the broadcasting background but with her dad.

Courtney Lyle Husband

Lyle is married to her better half and handsome husband Brett. Brett every year celebrated his birthday on June 11.

Courtney Lyle Salary

Lyle earns an annual salary of  $10,000 – $100,000, following ESPN  Sports Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Courtney Lyle’s Net worth

She has an estimated net worth of  $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.

Courtney Lyle  Career

Lyle began in middle school knowing that she wanted to be in broadcasting. She set her sights wanting to serve for a major network at ESPN. It’s not like Lyle walked up to people saying she would serve someday but it was in the back of her mind to work for ESPN. She remembers getting the offer to be full-time.

Lyle for her good work won a MidSouth Emmy nomination in 2006. She knew she would be where she is today after discovering her interest in journalism when she was very young. With the help and support of her parents and family,  Lyle was able to pursue her dream career. Now, she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Electronic Media from Tennessee University class of 2012.