Top 10: Hottest Female ESPN Reporters

Honestly, there are way more fine ass women at ESPN than I expected. This was a tough list to make, but here are the Top 10 hottest reporters at ESPN.

#10 Elle Duncan

Elle Duncan is an anchor on SportsCenter as well as a host on the weekly First Take podcast. Just because she is number ten on the list doesn’t make her not hot.

#9: Olivia Dekker

Olivia Dekker is a sideline reporter for college football and also works with Big Ten college basketball. She was also named Miss Kansas Teen in 2010.

#8: Molly Qerim

A lot of you may recognize Molly Qerim from ESPN’s First Take. If you don’t, here’s what she looks like. Maybe now you’ll start tuning into First Take.

#7: Sam Ponder

Sam Ponder is the host of ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. Gorgeous blonde who loves football? Yes, please.

#6: Courtney Cronin

Courtney Cronin is an award-winning journalist covering the Chicago Bears. I know something else she could win an award for… stealing my heart.

#5: Kelsey Riggs

Kelsey Riggs is 34 years old and works as a reporter for ESPN’s ACCN as well as an anchor on SportsCenter. She also has a phenomenal Instagram.

#4: Victoria Arlen

Victoria Arlen is 28 years old and has already been at ESPN for eight years. That makes me feel kinda bad about myself, good thing looking at her cheers me up.

#3: Molly McGrath

Molly McGrath is a sideline reporter who covers both college football and basketball. If only she would cover me.

#2: Malika Andrews

Malika Andrews is the host of ESPN’s NBA Today. She was also the youngest sideline reporter to cover nationally televised NBA games. Good choice, ESPN.

#1: Katie George

Katie George works as a reporter for ESPN and ABC Saturday college football games covering the ACC. She is also smokin’ hot (that’s why she gets three pictures)!
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