Sarah Kustok Bio, Wiki, Father, Instagram, Age, Nationality, Fox, Net Worth, Husband

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Sarah Kustok Biography | Wikipedia

Who is Sarah Kustok?

Sarah Kustok is a well-known American sports reporter who serves for the YES Network and Fox Sports. She became the first female full-time analyst for an NBA team’s local TV broadcasts in 2017 when the YES Network promoted her from sideline analyst for Brooklyn Nets games.

She started her analyst career as and sideline reporter for ESPN and Fox Sports, covering college football, basketball (men’s and women’s), and high school football. She has also served as a TV sideline reporter for the Chicago Bulls, Blackhawks, Cubs, White Sox, and Fire for Comcast SportsNet Chicago and was a substitute anchor for the network and filled in as a sports anchor for WMAQ-TV.

Sarah Kustok Age | Birthday

How old is Sarah Kustok?

Sarah was born to her parents on December 17.1982, in Orland Park, Illinois. Therefore, she celebrates her birthday on 17, December every year. She is 42 years old as of 2024.

Sarah Kustok Nationality | Ethnicity

Sarah holds American nationality and citizenship. She is of white ethnicity and heritage born in Orland Park, Illinois.

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Sarah Kustok Education

Sarah played volleyball and basketball in high school. She attended DePaul University after attaining her high school diploma. At the University, she played on the Blue Demons women’s basketball team.

Marriage | Husband

Is Sarah Kustok married?

Sarah has managed to keep her personal information away from the limelight. Her past and present relationships and affairs are currently not available. Therefore, it is not known whether she is married or not. Information is under review. We will keep you updated once is clear from our reliable source.

Sarah Kustok Family | Parents | Father

Sarah was born to her mother, Anita ”Jeanie” Kustok, and her father, Allan Kustok. Her father was tried for the shooting and killing of his wife who was Sarah’s mother while Sarah was sleeping in their suburban Orland Park home on September 29, 2010. She testified before the jury and maintained her father’s innocence in March 2014. Her father was convicted of murder and he is currently serving a 60-year sentence since December 2014.

Sarah Kustok Net Worth

Sarah is a well-known journalist who has managed to accumulate a decent fortune throughout her career. She has an estimated net worth of around $997,835.

Sarah Kustok Salary

Sarah is currently serving YES Network and Fox Sports where she manages to take home a decent amount of money every month. She earns an estimated salary of around $72,836 per year.

Body Measurement | Height | Weight

How tall is Sarah Kustok?

Sarah is a woman of above-average stature. She stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches approximately 1.75m. Drawing from her pictures, she also maintains an average body weight. More details concerning her other body measurements and her exact body weight are currently not available. However, the information is currently under review. We will keep you updated as soon as is confirmed from our reliable source.

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Sarah Kustok Brook Lopes | YES Network and Fox Sports

Sarah serves for the YES Network and Fox Sports. She became the first female full-time analyst for an NBA team’s local TV broadcasts in 2017 when the YES Network promoted her from sideline analyst for Brooklyn Nets games.

She started her analyst career as and sideline reporter for ESPN and Fox Sports, covering college football, basketball (men’s and women’s), and high school football. She has also served as a TV sideline reporter for the Chicago Bulls, Blackhawks, Cubs, White Sox, and Fire for Comcast SportsNet Chicago and was a substitute anchor for the network and filled in as a sports anchor for WMAQ-TV.

In addition, Sarah has hosted College Sports Minute and was a freelance sports anchor and reporter for WFLD-TV. She also served Versus. Sarah is the color commentator for the WNBA’s Connecticut Sun home games.

She is the substitute anchor and contributor on FS1’s First Things First. Before being promoted to TV analyst in 2017 where she was the first NBA female solo analyst., she was a sideline reporter with the Brooklyn Nets.