Getting her start on Fox Sports, the leggy blonde jumped from one network to the next, with hosting gigs on Speed Network, ESPN, and The Big Ten Network. But despite her lengthy career, the Washington native recently reverted back to her roots and can now be found hosting For The Win on Fox Sports 1.
No, we're not just saying this to get on Matthew Berry's good side. Stephania is the Princeton-graduated, PT-degreed, injury analyst extraordinaire on both ESPN's Fantasy Football Now and Fantasy Focus Football podcast. We tune in all the time to hear her expert analysis, but, mainly, to hear her say the word "groin." We'd gladly brave the curse of Stephania Bell (athletes around her drop like flies, probably from swooning) if it meant we could be the napkin wrapped around this cone.
What's better than a sports-loving pageant queen? One that can be found in the comfort of your own living room. Working as a Mexican reporter, Marisol gained major US hype after her 2012 Super Bowl Media Day appearance, in which she donned a skintight red dress. Needless to say, we immediately added every Mexican channel offered by our cable provider.
This broadcast veteran has had us hooked ever since she started working for ESPN in 2004. Covering everything from hockey to baseball, the reporter also had a few entertainment stints, appearing on the tenth season of Dancing With The Stars and as a regular guest on various late-night talk shows. When we heard she was retiring from sideline reporting it was a dark day indeed, but at least we can still catch her on Fox Sports' Fox College Football.
Spanish Sports Journalist Sara Carbonero was voted "The Sexiest Reporter in the World" by FHM in 2009, and it's easy to see why. With a gorgeous face and even better body, it's no wonder she was swiped up by Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas and blamed for Spain's 2011 World Cup loss. If she was waiting for us on the sidelines, we'd be distracted, too.
A newbie to the sports broadcasting world, this California babe is one busy girl. Getting her start as the face of the Los Angeles Angels, Alex can be found reporting for Fox Sports West and Tailgate 48 on the Big Ten Network, in addition to roaming the sidelines for NBC's Redbull Signature Series.
Nothing beats a hot girl with a sense of humor, which is why we're big fans of Michelle Beadle. Getting her start as an intern for the San Antonio Spurs, the blonde has had notable success on networks like Fox Sports Net, TNN, CBS Sports, and ESPN. Despite the recent cancelation of her own show The Crossover, Michelle is expected to return to ESPN later this year. Until then you can catch her on Access Hollywood on NBC.
This English TV personality almost makes us want to move across the pond. The blonde bombshell started out covering major events for Sky Sports, including the 2011 Wimbledon Championships, Speedway World Cup and Grand Prix Masters. After spending a few years on the channel's news show, Georgie moved to Fox Sports, where she can now be found as Regis Philbin's sidekick on Crowd Goes Wild.