Lyndsay Rowley Bio, Age, Husband, Salary, NHL And Nashville Predators

Lyndsay Rowley Biography

Lyndsay Rowley is an American news reporter mad sports host who has worked with major broadcasters such as NHL and FOX Sports.

She is committed and enthusiastic about sports. She has majorly invested her time in sports from her early college days by actively participating in major games and tournaments. She was born in New Albany, Ohio.

Lyndsay Rowley Age

Lindsay Rowley was born in 1989 and is said to be around 29 to 30 years old and she was born in New Albany, Ohio, USA.

Lyndsay Rowley Education

Rowley took her undergraduate at High Point University in North Carolina where while still there she focused on games and extracurricular activities. She did a major in Communication and Marketing which laid a stronger foundation on her reporting career. She later headed to Ohio Dominican University from 2010  to 2012 to complete her Masters in Business Administration.

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Lyndsay Rowley Husband | Lyndsay Rowley Married

Lyndsay is not married yet she has kept her love life private from the public eye.

Lyndsay Rowley Networth/ Salary

Rowley`s accumulated net worth is unknown the total value of her wealth is still under review.

Lyndsay Rowley  Career | Lyndsay Rowley NHL

Lyndsay’s nanny was a women’s basketball player she got a lot of her love for sports in general by being around her. She would ask her questions as a kid and that where her interest in sports started to increase.

At Ohio  University, Rowley assisted her coach with the duties for NCAA. She worked on strategies and created goals for the players and she even conducted a personal interview with the players and designed a very specific action plan for them.

Her life at the university progressed well because her mom was the head volleyball coach; it was an obvious turn for her to get involved in sports. Even as a kid she has spent many Sundays being on the field with her dad and closely watching football.

She is responsible for editing videos and ensuring they go live effectively for the telecast. She was a hands-on assistant who was eager to learn and considered responsible. She has s reported for Sports Time Ohio & Mid-America conference for a year and a half.


Company Name NHL Network
Dates Employed Apr 2015 – Present
Employment Duration 4 yrs 7 mos

College Baseball Dugout Reporter/College Volleyball Color Commentator
Company Name FOX Sports
Dates Employed Oct 2014 – Present
Employment Duration 5 yrs 1 mo

Host and Rinkside Reporter
Company Name Nashville Predators
Dates Employed Aug 2014 – Present
Employment Duration 5 yrs 3 mos
Location Greater Nashville Area, TN

Sideline Reporter
Company Name ESPN
Dates Employed Aug 2014 – Aug 2015
Employment Duration 1 yrs 1 mo

Football/Soccer/Lacrosse Sideline Reporter & Volleyball/Basketball Color Commentator
Company Name Time Warner Cable
Dates Employed Aug 2012 – Nov 2014
Employment Duration 2 yrs 4 mos
Location Columbus, Ohio and Raleigh, North Carolina

Dugout Reporter
Company Name Rockland Boulders
Dates Employed May 2014 – Sep 2014
Employment Duration 5 mos
Location Pomona, New York

Company Name ACC Digital Network
Dates Employed Aug 2013 – Aug 2014
Employment Duration 1 yrs 1 mo
Location Charlotte, North Carolina Area

Arena Host/Bobcats TV Personality
Company Name Charlotte Bobcats
Dates Employed Jan 2013 – Aug 2014
Employment Duration 1 yrs 8 mos
Location Charlotte, North Carolina Area

College Football Sideline Reporter and Volleyball/Basketball Color Commentator
Company Name Mid-American Conference
Dates Employed Sep 2013 – Dec 2013
Employment Duration 4 mos
Location Ohio

Football Sideline Reporter and Volleyball/Basketball Color Commentator
Company Name Sports Time Ohio
Dates Employed Nov 2012 – Nov 2013
Employment Duration 1 yrs 1 mo

Lyndsay Rowley Nashville Predators

The Nashville Predators have shaken up their communicated group for the 2017-18 season. The nearby NHL establishment declared Wednesday that Chris Mason will be the shading examiner on transmissions while Hal Gill will be the shading expert on radio.

The play-by-play commentators stay unaltered, which means Mason will work Willy Daunic and Gill will call games close by Pete Weber. Moreover, previous WKRN-TV (Ch. 2) sports staff member Kara Hammer will supplant Lyndsay Rowley as a rinkside journalist for home games.

Rowley will have the pregame and postgame appears alongside Terry Crisp and will be the rinkside correspondent for the street games. Imprint Howard, the pregame and postgame TV have as of late, will give in-game field and authentic sections on transmissions.

“Individuals need more data on the Nashville Predators and now we have more ability and more outlets to understand that data out,” Bob Kohl, the establishment’s ranking executive of broadcasting and diversion. said in a discharge.

“With the additional supporters, there’s space for additional inside and out inclusion, regardless of whether it be through web, social, radio or TV; in the not so distant past, we were simulcast just on radio and TV and now we have all these extraordinary options to oblige the need.”

Brent Peterson, who worked with Weber on radio communicates in late seasons, will work the pregame and postgame appears on the radio with Darren McFarland. Stu Grimson, who had filled in as radio shading investigator, is never again a piece of the communicates.

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