Gregg Doyel Biography
Gregg Doyel is an American journalist and sports columnist. He serves as a sports columnist for the Indianapolis Star currently. Doyel worked as a national sportswriter for CBSSports.com and has been named three times.
The country’s top sports columnist by the Associated Press Sports Editors previously. He has received 11 different APSE Top 10 awards, seven for columns, including firsts in 2014, ’17, and ’19, a second in 2010, and a third in 2016.
Gregg Doyel Age
Gregg Doyel was born in Hawaii, United States, in 1967. He is 54 years old as of 2021.
Gregg Doyel Height
Doyel stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in (Approx. 1.73 m) tall.
Gregg Doyel Family
Doyel was born in Hawaii and raised in Mississippi by his parents. His father worked as a law professor at the University of Mississippi. Doyel holds an American nationalism and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Gregg Doyel Wife
Doyel has not shared an detail regarding his love life.
Gregg Doyel Children
Doyel has not disclosed whether he has any kids.
Gregg Doyel Education
Doyel attended Stratford Academy in Macon, Georgia. He was named all-state twice in baseball in 1987 and 1988 for coaches Bubber Adams and Bobby Henley, and once in soccer in 1986 for coach Sharad Apte while there. Doyel enrolled at the University of Florida later, in 1988, and graduated in 1992.
Gregg Doyel Salary
Doyel receives an annual salary of $46,810-$81,786 according to the IndyStar sports columnist salary.
Gregg Doyel Net Worth
Doyel earns an approximate net worth of $1 million US dollars.
Gregg Doyel Career
Doyel was a national columnist for CBSSports.com before coming to the Star. He was also the site’s college basketball writer before becoming a columnist. Doyel was a sportswriter with the Tampa Tribune, and a Florida Marlins beat writer at the Miami Herald.
And an ACC basketball writer with the Charlotte Observer before working at Sportsline.com. It was announced that Doyel would host a radio program on Cincinnati’s WCKY (AM) in the 9 AM-Noon time slot with Mo Egger on May 21, 2007.
He hosted the WCKY show until Doyel was discharged in the wake of a budget cut on December 13, 2007. He also briefly co-hosted WLW’s “Sunday Morning SportsTalk” with Ken Broo. But voluntarily left the show because he was traveling excessively for CBSSports.com.
Gregg Doyel Books
Coach K: Building the Duke Dynasty: the Story of Mike Krzyzewski and the Winning Tradition at Duke University
Doyel finished second in the Associated Press Sports Editors’ annual contest for column writing in 2010. He finished first in 2014 and again in 2017.
Gregg Doyel Awards
Dennis Howell of DallasProSportSpot.com named Doyel “Columnist of the Year” for 2011. It was announced that Gregg Doyel was named winner of the U.S in January 2015. Harness Writers Association’s 53rd Annual John Hervey Award for Excellence in Harness Racing Journalism.
He was honored for his column on trainer/driver Verlin. Yohder titled “Hey Hollywood! Another Classic Indiana Underdog Story”, which appeared. In the November 11, 2014 issue of the Indianapolis Star.