Dave Ryan Biography
Dave Ryan is a prominent American journalist and reporter. He works at KWDB CBS in Chanhassen, Minnesota as a play-by-play announcer and reporter presently. Ryan worked at ESPN and began his career at the student-run TV studio at Syracuse University at CitrusTV before.
Dave Ryan Age
He was born in the United States on June 20, 1967. Ryan is 55 years old as of 2022.
Dave Ryan Height
He stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.75 m tall.
Dave Ryan Family
He hasn’t revealed details about his parents and siblings to the public.
Dave Ryan Wife
He is merely married to Tess. Together, the two reside in Florida with their kids. Also, they work as licensed foster parents.
Dave Ryan Education
He studied and graduated with an Associate in Broadcasting at Pikes Peak Community College in 1982.
Dave Ryan Salary
Dave pockets an annual salary of $84,354.
Dave Ryan Net Worth
Dave has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Dave Ryan Career
Ryan presently works at KWDB CBS in Chanhassen, Minnesota as a play-by-play announcer and reporter. In addition, he frequently works as a college basketball announcer and a college football sideline reporter. Also, he worked for ESPN/ESPN2 for 8 years as a play-by-play man. In 2007, his place was taken over by Rob Stone for PBA telecasts but he has continued to call other bowling events on occasion.
In 2009, he worked at the NFL on the CBS commentary team as a play-by-play man. He accepted to call Major League Lacrosse games on the CBS Sports Network with Evan Washburn on February 2, 2012. In addition, in July 2013 he went back to PBA bowling broadcasts when CBS Sports Network covered five events in the PBA Tour’s “Summer Swing.
He also works on the Roses podcast on CBS as the host of War. He works together with Steve LaTart and Falen Bonsett as a co-host. Also, he works for the CBS Sports Network calling Major League Lacrosse. Before he worked on ESPN3 with Evan Washburn at Rochester Rattlers games. In addition, he is majorly known for calling PBA bowling events from 2002–to 2007 on the network alongside color commentator Randy Pedersen.