Ashley Brewer Biography
Ashley Brewer is a ESPN sports anchor/reporter. She was hired to host The Replay on Quibi, as well as be a regular on Sports Center. She became a co-host on ESPN+’s Sports Nation in 2021.
How old is Ashley Brewer? – Age
She was born in on 13 December 1991 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. She turned 31 years in 2022.
Where did Ashley Brewer go to school? – Education
She was a 12-time prep All-American and the Arizona 4A state winner in the 100m backstrokes in 2009. She went to Chaparral High School in Phoenix. In 2010, she was voted Female Athlete of the Year at Chaparral after helping the team win two state championships. Brewer swam for two years at the University of Texas before moving to the University of Southern California, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in 2014. During her time at Texas, she competed in the US Olympic trials for the 100m backstroke. In a tie for 83rd position, she finished.
Ashley Brewer – Family
Brewer’s brother, Charles, pitched for the Arizona Diamondbacks as a right-handed pitcher. Her older brother, Chase, is a UCLA baseball player, and her younger brother, Connor, is a University of Virginia quarterback. Her younger sister, Abby, played sand volleyball at the University of Southern California. Ashley Pyburn Brewer’s mother, Deborah Pyburn Brewer, spent nearly ten years as a news anchor for CBS in Phoenix.
Ashley Brewer Height and Weight
She’s 5’10” tall and weighs 132 pounds.
What is Brewer Salary?
Her earnings are predicted to be $100,000 a year.
Brewer Net Worth
She receives an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Ashley Brewer ESPN Career
She works at ESPN’s Los Angeles Production Center (LAPC) and may be seen on Sports Center every morning at 1 a.m. ET. She was previously a co-host on ESPN Radio’s GameNight on Sunday nights and a host on ESPN’s Sports Nation.
Brewer worked as a weekend anchor and host for ABC7 in Los Angeles, covering the World Series, the Super Bowl, and other major sporting events, as well as co-hosting The Bachelor Winter Games on ABC, before joining ESPN in March 2020 as host of The Replay, a digital show that will premiere on Quibi in April 2020.
She began her broadcasting career as a college football sideline reporter for Cox 7 and a weekend sports anchor for Tucson’s ABC station, KGUN-9.