Lindsay Soto, formerly Lindsay Rhodes, is an American sportscaster, journalist, and television personality who worked for the NFL Network as a host and reporter.
Early Life of Lindsay Rhodes
Lindsay Rhodes was born in El Toro, California, United States of America, on December 31, 1976, to American parents. She was a sports editor for her high school yearbook at El Toro High School in El Toro, California, United States of America.
She attended the University of Southern California in Los Angeles after graduating from El Toro High School, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism and graduated in 1998. She, too, had a solid foundation on which to build a career in journalism. She worked as an intern at both USC Athletics and Fox Sports Net.
Who is Lindsay Rhodes Husband?
Lindsay Rhodes and Matt Rhodes have been married since February 19, 2012. Lindsay and Matt were dating at the time, and she announced her wedding date on March 1, 2012. Clayton LeeRhodes, their daughter, was born in 2017 and their son was born in 2014.
What is the Net Worth of Lindsay Rhodes?
She earns $43,640 per year and is estimated to have a net worth of $1.2 million. Best Sports Reporting, Los Angeles Area Emmy Award (2004). GENII Award for Excellence in Sports Reporting, American Women in Radio and Television (2010). The Michael Rivas Story won a Los Angeles Emmy for Best Sports Feature (2005).
What is the Height of Lindsay Rhodes?
Lindsay stands at a height of 5’6″. She is a blonde with light eyes.
Lindsay Rhodes’s Career Line
- Her first job was as a weekend sports reporter and weekday news reporter at an ABC affiliate in Yakima, Washington.
- Soto later worked as a weekday sports anchor at KKFX, a Fox affiliate in Santa Barbara, California.
- She started full-time at FSN West in January 2003 and quickly rose to become “one of the most visible reporters and anchors” on the network.
- She has been a part of FSN’s high school sports coverage since it began in 1997.
- Soto worked for FSN West / FSN Prime Ticket in a variety of roles, including sideline reporter for USC/UCLA football, Los Angeles Avengers, and Los Angeles Sparks telecasts, as well as occasionally for FSN broadcasts of the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim; host for Southern California Sports Report, L.A. Times High School Spotlight, and USC She covered the 2005 game in which Avengers defensive tackle Al Lucas died after suffering a spinal cord injury.
- Soto worked as a sportsdesk reporter for NBC Sports’ 2008 Summer Olympics coverage, as well as a reporter for NHL on Versus and College Football on Versus.
- Soto has worked as an anchor on NFL Total Access, a reporter for NFL Network Now, and a field and in-studio reporter for NFL GameDay Morning since joining NFL Network in the fall of 2008.
- Soto changed her name to Lindsay Rhodes on March 1, 2012, and a week earlier via Twitter, as a result of her February 19, 2012 marriage to Matt Rhodes.