|Date of Birth:|
|Age:||46 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||6 Feet 1 Inch|
|Birth Name||Heather Schoeny|
|Birth Place/City||Jonesville, North Carolina|
|Married to||Bill Cox|
Heather Cox is a well known name in the on screen business. This beauty is a sideline reporter and sportscaster for WNBA, NBA and other football and basketball games on the ESPN, ESPN2, ABC sports and NBC Olympics. Her maiden name is Heather Schoeny and she was born on June 3, 1970 in Jonesville, North Carolina, USA and she has allured her viewers with the beauty and intellect she possesses. Not much is known about her parents, except that the name of her mother Alyson Schoeny.
Heather was enrolled in the University of Pacific and was a veteran volleyball player at her college days. Her expertise in volleyball led to her obtaining a scholarship in 1988. She captained the University of the Pacific (Division 1) Women’s Volleyball Team and led the team into the top five positions nationally from 1988 to 1991. Her team reached the finals and became the runner up of the National Championship in 1990 and she graduated from the university with a degree of major in mass communication on 1992. Cox was also a member of the United States National Volleyball team for eight years from 1987 to 1995. She participated and competed in the United States Olympic Festival in 1990 and played professional volleyball by captaining the Sacramento Stars in the National Volleyball Association. Her accolade in the sports field includes the 2004 USA Volleyball E. Douglas Boyden Media Recognition Award. This keen interest in sports which was inherent in her since a small age led her to the field she is in today.
Heather’s professional started with the ABC Sports in 1995. She has since then been covering the NBA for ABC, college football for ABC, NCAA basketball for ABC etc. Heather has also been responsible for the coverage of sports events of the ESPN as a sideline reporter. Her credits include the coverage of NBA for ESPN, college football for ESPN etc. Heather has also covered various events as a sports analyst for the ESPN for the men’s and women’s NCAA Volleyball Championships and Basketball Championships.
Heather Cox has worked also for CBS sports covering and analyzing the Men’s NCAA Basketball tournament, motocross and auto racing as well as the women’s basketball. She started reporting the NBA playoffs from 2002 and reported and analyzed the 1998 and 2001 Goodwill Games for the channel Turner Sports. Her other endeavors’ include reporting and serving as an analyst for the Oxygen Media Network’s coverage of WNBA, and Olympic qualifying volleyball. She replaced Erin Andrews on ABC’s Saturday Night College Football Game of the Week.
This hot beauty has also worked as a columnist for Pac-10 conference on 2000 by writing a weekly national volleyball column. She served as a reporter on Running with the Pac magazine show from 1999 to 2000 and began broadcasting as a basketball analyst and reporter for Fox Sports Net in 1993.
She returned to the NBC Sports for her tenure as a beach volleyball reporter for the Olympics after leaving it as an ex reporter on AVP pro beach volleyball coverage by the NBC. Heather has debuted in NBC from the 2004 Athens games where she served as a reporter for volleyball and beach volleyball competitions.
Heather’s charming on screen presence and flawless beauty has attracted many viewers from all over the world. Though her height, weight and body measurements are not listed anywhere she is estimated to be at least 6 feet 1 inch tall. She has a sexy body which she adorns with the perfect choice of clothes suited for every occasion. At the age of 44, she still has that youthful charm and vigor that never ceases to attract fans worldwide.
This beauty is married with no children. She changed her surname after marrying husband Bill Cox. She seems to be very secretive about her personal life and not much is known about her present residence and marital issues. Her biography however can be read on various websites including the wiki and her pictures are viral on the web. Her name is sometimes mistaken with the name of author Heather Cox Richardson. Heather can also be followed on social networking sites like twitter and facebook. Her fans and viewers adore her lovely commentary and intellectual insights on every game as an analyst and she is sure to be on the game for several more years to come.