Michele Smith is a two-time medal-winning Olympian. And a fastpitch softball pitcher international professional left-handed hitting. Smith serves at ESPN as a sports commentator currently. She with also a double Olympic Softball gold medalist.
Team, the USA is having played Summer Olympics in the year 1996 and 2000 additionally. Smith has been the lead college softball color analyst for ESPN since 1998 and Michele became the first woman to serve as commentator.
Smith was born in California, New Jersey, United States, on June 21, 1967. She is 55 years old and on June 21, 1967, every year celebrates her birthday.
She stands at a height of 5 ft 11 inches/ Approx. 1.8 m tall.
Smith joined Voorhees High School in Glen Gardner for her high school education. She received a Bachelor of Science in health and wellness from the University of Oklahoma State later on. Smith continued her pitching career for the Cowgirls Oklahoma State while in college.
Smith was born and raised by her caring parents Ernest and Barbara in California, New Jersey. She has a beautiful sister called Roni, who lives in Leesburg with her husband David McClure and their four children.
Smith is a nice-looking woman of a young age who enjoys and values her career and life. Though she has managed to keep her life private regarding her love life. Hence it’s not known whether she is dating, single, in an open relationship, or married.
Smith earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, following ESPN Sports Groups anchors/reporters’ salaries.
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Smith currently works at ESPN as a softball analyst. In the year 1995, she joined ESPN. Smith also serves for NCAA volleyball as a play-by-play commentator additionally. She served during the 2008 Olympics as a color commentator in Beijing, China for NBC.
Smith played in 1996 and again in 2000 in softball’s debut Olympic appearance. Smith for Team USA holds a three-time world champion and in 2006 was inducted into the ASA Hall of Fame moreover. She has played for 16 years in the Japan Professional Softball League. And Japan League Champion is the eight-time and Japan League Most Valuable Player the eight-time.