|Amanda Scarborough Real Name / Amanda Scarborough Full Name||Amanda Scarborough|
|Amanda Scarborough Net Worth|
|Amanda Scarborough Birthday (Year-Month-Day)||1986-5-10|
|Amanda Scarborough Nationality||American|
|Amanda Scarborough Occupation||media personality|
|Amanda Scarborough Height||1.67 m or 5 ft 6 inches|
|Amanda Scarborough Weight||kg or 0 pounds|
|Amanda Scarborough Marital Status||Single|
|Amanda Scarborough Ethnicity||white|
|Amanda Scarborough Education||Magnolia High School, Texas A&M University|
|Amanda Scarborough Kids||None|
|Amanda Scarborough Kids Names|
Amanda Marie Scarborough (born May 10, 1986) is an American sports broadcaster for ESPN and former softball player. Playing college softball at Texas A&M, Scarborough was a two-time NFCA All-American and the 2005 Big 12 Conference Player of the Year.
Early life and college career
Scarborough was born in Houston and raised in Magnolia, Texas, graduating from Magnolia High School in 2004. Attending Texas A&M University, Scarborough was started at pitcher and first base from 2005 to 2008 under head coach Jo Evans.
As a freshman in 2005, Scarborough went 26–1 (11–1 in Big 12 Conference games) as a pitcher with an 0.85 earned run average and was the team's best hitter with a .410 batting average. A first-team NFCA All-American, she became the first player to earn both Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year honors from the Big 12.
Starting all 53 games played in 2006, Scarborough was Texas A&M's second-leading hitter with a .305 batting average and a first-team All-Big 12 honoree. As a pitcher, Scarborough went 15–11 with a 2.47 ERA.
One of five players to start all 60 games of 2007, Scarborough had a 26–10 record, 1.50 ERA, and .333 batting average, earning her second career first-team NFCA All-American and first-team All-Big 12 honors as a junior. That year, Texas A&M made the Women's College World Series for the first time in nearly 20 years.
With a .447 batting average, 4–2 record as pitcher, and 2.27 ERA, Scarborough played only 15 games (14 starts) in her senior season in 2008 before what became a career-ending foot injury early in the season. Scarborough graduated from Texas A&M with a B.A. in communication in December 2008.
Scarborough remained involved with Texas A&M softball while in graduate school, first as a graduate assistant for the 2009 season then as volunteer pitching coach in 2010. Scarborough completed her M.S. in sport management in May 2011.
Beginning in 2009, Scarborough did on-air analysis for ESPN coverage of NCAA Super Regionals. Scarborough joined ESPN's on-air crew for the Women's College World Series for the first time in 2015.
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Amanda Scarborough is an American media personality, who rose to the spotlight as the softball analyst for ESPN. She initiated her career as a softball player during her college career and became an assistant pitching coach as well as a trainer and motivational speaker for aspiring softball players.
Despite suffering a career-ending injury, Lisfranc fracture in the right foot, Amanda managed to maintain her footprint in the softball field as an analyst. Besides that, she also hosts a self-titled blog where she posts softball tips, tricks, and guides.
Engaged; Getting Married?
Amanda Scarborough, age 33, relishes the romantic life with her boyfriend-turned-fiancé, Donny, who is a farmer. The couple initiated their love life in the year 2014 on 20 June, and since then they are rejoicing the happy relationship of nearly a half-decade.
The happily committed duo often spends their time outdoors celebrating time on vacations and holidays. For instance, on 24 November 2018, the lovebirds were off to Bakersfield, California, where they had the quality moment together.
After dating for four years, Amanda and Donny got committed to sharing their life. Thus, her sweetheart Donny proposed Amanda to get married. Later, Amanda shared the happy news of their engagement, showcasing an engagement ring on the occasion of Christmas on 25 December 2018.
As of now, Amanda and her future husband savor their dating life for over four and a half years surpassing their love dimensions and generous affection. Also, the soon-to-be-married couple are looking forward to their probable wedding soon.
Amanda Scarborough accumulates her net worth through her professional career as a media personality. She serves as a softball analyst for ESPN. As per PayScale, the median salary of the Sports Broadcaster is $50,000 per year. She has been serving for ESPN network since 2009 so, she might relish the salary higher than an average employee at the network.
Apart from the media field, Amanda is also a blogger and owns a self-titled blog, where she posts softball tips, tricks, and guides. As per Payscale, the base income of the blogger is $40,931 per year. Therefore, she has amassed a considerable amount of net worth from her blog as well.
Amanda Scarborough was born to parents Mark and Sally Scarborough, who played a vital role in pursuing her career in softball during her childhood. Her father, Mark, set her into a softball team, Oaks Dad’s Club Little League field in Houston when she was only of age five.
Later, she moved from Houston to the town of Magnolia, between Tomball and The Woodlands, north of Houston.
Amanda’s Wiki- Birthday, And College
Amanda Scarborough was born in Houston, Texas, the United States in 1986 and she lights the birthday candle on 10 May. She is of white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Amanda stands at a height of 5 feet and 5 inches tall with proper body measurements.
She pursued her college education from Magnolia High School where she was named the 18-4A Newcomer of the Year in 2001. Later, she joined Texas A&M University, where she earned bachelors in communications and a master’s in sports management. She also garnered the fame as a decorated pitcher.