- Date of Birth:
- March 17, 1975
- 5' 6"
- Ann Arbor
Tracy Wolfson (born March 17, 1975 in Ann Arbor, Michigan) is an American sportscaster. After developing an interest in covering sports in high school, Tracy enrolled in the University of Michigan, graduating with a degree in Communications. She began her on-air broadcasting career in 2000, working at WZNB-TV in Trenton, New Jersey, as a sports anchor. She also worked for the MSG Network as an anchor and reporter. She also covered golf, college football and Arena Football for ESPN from 2002-2003 and was part of Oxygen Sports, Long Island News Tonight and more. In 1997, Tracy began working at CBS Sports, covering the U.S. Open Tennis and the 1998 Winter Olympics. In 2004, she started working as a sideline reporter for college football, becoming one of the best broadcasters in the country. She worked as a postseason sideline reporting for the NBA on TNT, while contributing to the NFL on CBS by filing reports on the Super Bowl. In 2014, Tracy was named as part of the lead CBS NFL broadcasting team, joining Jim Nantz and Phil Simms as the sideline reporter on Thursday night and Sunday afternoon games. In 2016, she was announced as part of the broadcast team covering Super Bowl 50.
Best Known For:
Tracy Wolfson is best known as an American sportscaster.
Tracy lives in New Jersey with her husband David Reichel, and their three sons. She is heavily involved in charity work, speaking at the Englewood Hospital, working with March of Dimes, the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, JCC on the Palisades and the Foundation for Diabetes Research.