Sage Steele

Sage Marie Steele is a co-host on ESPN’s SportsCenter at 12 p.m. She is an American television anchor. She also hosts SportsCenter on the Road, which broadcasts live from sporting events such as the Super Bowl and the Masters. Steele was the host of NBA Countdown for four seasons on ESPN and ABC, which ended in 2017.

Early Life of Sage Steele

Sage Marie Steele was born in the Panama Canal Zone of the United States on November 28, 1972. Gary Steele and Mona Steele, respectively, are her father’s and mother’s names. In addition to her parents, she had two brothers: Courtney and Chad Steele. Chad, meanwhile, is the Vice President of Public Relations for the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens.

Sagee’s father was the first African-American to play varsity football at West Point and later served in the United States military as an army officer. Due to her father’s job, Spake and her family were relocated to various states and countries, including Greece and Belgium.

They relocated to Colorado Springs, Colorado, during Sage’s seventh-grade year. After that, Sage spent two years at Colorado Springs’ Thomas B. Doherty High School. Steele then moved to Carmel, Indiana, where she graduated from Carmel High School in 1990. She enrolled at Indiana University Bloomington to pursue her education further.

Who is Sage Steele Husband?

Sage Steele is divorced and possibly single right now. She did, however, previously marry a former personal trainer. Jonathan Bailey is her ex-husband, and they married on October 30, 1999.

They met in college and went on to have three children together. Quinn and Evan are their daughters, and Nicholas is their son. Sage and Jonathan, however, decided to separate after two decades and divorced in 2019. She shared a photo of herself, her children, and her dog on social media on February 15, 2021.

What is the Net Worth of Sage Steele?

According to sources, she makes $400k per year reporting and hosting. Sage’s exact earnings have yet to be revealed to the public, but her net worth is estimated to be between $1 and $2 million.

What is the Height of Sage Steele?

Steele is 5’10” (1.80 m) tall and weighs 54 kg. Sage has beautiful skin and a slim body that measures 32 inches across the chest, 24 inches around the waist, and 34 inches around the hips (81-61-87 cm).

Sage Steele’s Career Line

  • From 1995 to 1997, Steele worked as a news producer and reporter for WSBT-TV, a CBS affiliate in South Bend, Indiana.
  • Steele then worked as a weekend morning sports anchor and weekday reporter for CBS affiliate WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana, from 1997 to 1998.
  • The Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400 auto races, as well as local college and high school sports, were among her assignments.
  • Steele worked as a sports reporter at ABC affiliate WFTS in Tampa, Florida, from 1998 to 2001, where she co-hosted “NFL RedZone” with current “NFL RedZone” host Scott Hanson and former WFTS sports director and former SportsCenter host Jay Crawford.
  • She also worked as a reporter for Fox Sports Florida, covering teams such as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic, Tampa Bay Lightning, and University of South Florida Bulls.
  • She went on to work for Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic in Bethesda, Maryland, as an anchor and reporter for the network’s nightly local sports news program, SportsNite, where she covered all sports in the Washington, DC/Baltimore area.
  • Steele was a founding member of Comcast SportsNet, joining the network in 2001.
  • She worked as a main anchor and beat reporter for the Baltimore Ravens for six years at CSN Mid-Atlantic (2001–2007).
  • Steele then joined ESPN, making his debut on SportsCenter at 6:00 p.m. ET on March 16, 2007.
  • She revealed in an interview with Awful Announcing that she was offered a job with the network in 2004, but declined because she was pregnant with her second child at the time.
  • She drove the pace car for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Brickyard 400 on July 28, 2013. She was bumped in jest during the pace laps at the start of the race by 6-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson.
  • Steele hosted NBA Countdown on ESPN and ABC from the 2013–14 NBA season until 2017.
  • Steele co-hosted the Miss America pageant on ABC with Chris Harrison in 2017 and 2018.