Taylor Twellman Biography
Taylor Twellman presently works at ESPN as a lead analyst mainly covering Major League Soccer. He began working here in November 2011. Twellman used to be a professional soccer player, who played in Major League Soccer for ten years before his retirement additionally.
Taylor Twellman Age
Twellman was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in the United States of America on February 29, 1980. He is 42 years old.
Taylor Twellman Height
Twellman stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Taylor Twellman Education
He finished his high school course at Saint Louis University High School based in St Louis. Twellman was an All-star athlete playing soccer, baseball, basketball, and American football while here. After graduating he received an athletic scholarship to join the University of Maryland.
Taylor Twellman Family
Twellman was raised in a family of five alongside his loving siblings. Alexandra Twellman and James Twellman. Sports run in the family since his dad Tim Twellman, and his uncles Steve Twellman. And Mike Twellman all played in the North, American Soccer League. Also James his brother played with the San Jose Earthquakes, in 2002.
Taylor Twellman Wife
Twellman was married to Lindsay Twellman, they exchanged vows in 2003, but they had differences, and eventually divorced in 2008. However, isn’t clear whether they share any kids or not.
Taylor Twellman Salary
Twellman annually receives a salary of $98,670.
Taylor Twellman Net Worth
Twellman approximated a net worth of $1 million.
Taylor Twellman Career
Twellman signed with Bundesliga club 1860 Munich in 2000. While here he played for the reserve team in Division III. After Twellman was drafted by the New England Revolution in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft as second overall he went back to the United States.
He scored 23 goals making him one of the best players in the league in his first season. Twellman completed second in league MVP voting in 2002 and was titled MLS Best XI. Then both he and Carloz Ruiz were titled the top goalscorer of the league with 15 goals each in 2003.
Twellman won both MLS Golden Boot and Major League Soccer MVP Award making it his best season in 2005. He also is the founder of a charitable organization for sports-related concussions known. As THINKTaylor, also he has agreed to donate his brain to science after his death in the bargain.
After Twellman retired from Soccer, he worked as the lead analyst mainly covering Major League Soccer at ESPN. He serves on a weekly program that recaps the league titled “MLS Rewind” as a host in addition.
While working at ESPN he covered major events like 2012, and 2016. And the 2020 European Championships. Twellman worked for the United States Matches as the lead analyst moreover, during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.