Hall of Fame sportscaster Linda Cohn has served as a SportsCenter anchor since joining ESPN in 1992. She is ESPN’s longest-tenured SportsCenter anchor and in early 2016 was recognized for anchoring her 5,000th SportsCenter, the most of any anchor.
Allison Williams joined ESPN in March of 2011. She works across a number of college sports, including football and basketball. In 2016, Williams moved from Friday night college football games to the Saturday slot on ABC/ESPN.
Amanda Kessel is a professional ice hockey player for United States Women's National Hockey team and the Metropolitan Riveters of the National Women's Hockey League. She won a gold medal in the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics and silver in Sochi 2014.
Douglas Murray played 10 seasons in the NHL, where he was known as "crankshaft" due to his force, size, and ability to hit other opponents each shift on the ice. After his playing career, Doug founded the San Jose Sharks Alumni Foundation.
Emily Kaplan works for ESPN as the national NHL reporter. Emily has previously worked at Sports Illustrated, the Boston Globe, the Associated Press, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Jackie Redmond is a host and reporter for the NHL and MLB Networks. Redmond currently hosts "NHL NOW" during the NHL regular season. Redmond also worked at Sportsnet, hosting shows like "“Sportsnet Central” and “Hockey Central Playoff Xtra".
Mark Shunock is the current host and area announcer for the Las Vegas Golden Knights and Top Rank Boxing. As well as being a former player in the Canadian Hockey League, Shunock is an accredited actor and host for the Vegas show "Mondays Dark".
Rashad Jennings is a former NFL Running Back for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, and New York Giants. After retiring, Rashad won season 24 of Dancing With the Stars, became a best selling author, and actively speaks around the country.
Through visionary leadership and partnerships with local organizations, the Sharks Alumni Foundation aims to strengthen the Bay Area youth sports community and support other local causes.
Scott Gomez is the current assistant coach for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League (NHL). Gomez won two Stanley Cups, was an All-Star, and won the Calder Memorial Trophy (Rookie of the Year) during his playing career.
Scott Braun is a host and reporter appearing across MLB Network's programming, including the Emmy Award-winning flagship studio show MLB Tonight as well as MLB Now, The Rundown, High Heat, Quick Pitch, Plays of the Week and MLB Network Strike Zone.
Steve Levy is one of ESPN’s signature voices, having joined the company nearly three decades ago in August 1993. Widely known for anchoring SportsCenter throughout his career, Levy is also one of the company’s leading play-by-play commentators.
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