Friday, September 17
Holly Rowe

Holly Rowe is a sports telecaster currently working for the sports television network, ESPN. Rowe is best known as a sideline reporter for college football games which are telecast on ESPN.

Rowe has been with ESPN since August 1998 in the capacity of a full time college football sideline reporter. In that capacity, she has been a part of numerous regular season games and post-season bowls.

Before working full time as a college football sideline reporter, she served as a part-time sideline reporter in certain ESPN broadcasts during the course of 1997. (Prior to that, with ABC Sports, in both 1995 and 1996.)

With ESPN, Rowe has also been a part of broadcasting women's college basketball games, and women's college volleyball. (both since 1998; generally in the play-by play capacity as opposed to her college football sideline duties) Other broadcasts that Rowe has been a part of with her time at ESPN include play-by-play for Women's World Cup matches, coverage of the Running of the Bulls, coverage of swimming, and broadcasts of track & field events.

Being one of a minority of females in the sports broadcasting industry, Rowe has been profiled by other media and news organizations.