Andraya Carter is an American media personality who works as an analyst, co-host, and reporter for the University of Tennessee’s Lady Vol Basketball on ESPN. She is also Orangetheory Fitness’s Head Fitness Coach.
Andraya Carter Age
Andraya Carter was born in Decatur, Georgia, in the United States on November 12, 1993. She is 28 years old.
Andraya Carter Height
Andraya stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
Andraya Carter Family
Andraya is a native of Decatur, Georgia, in the United States. Jessica, her mother, and Gary ‘Tyke’ Lhamon, her father, have a daughter named Andraya. Her parents reared her in Flowery Branch, Georgia, together with her brother Curt Lhamon and two sisters, Alli and Zoey Lhamon. Furthermore, she prefers to be called ‘Draya’.
Andraya Carter Spouse
In 2019, Andraya wedded her spouse Bre Austin. Andraya published a photo of her and her wife on her Facebook account with the comment that Bre had said yes to forever in May 2019. Furthermore, the two originally met at Orangetheory Fitness Buckhead.
Andraya Carter Education
Buford High School in Buford, Georgia, awarded Andraya her high school diploma in 2012. She continued her education at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communication in 2015. While at Tennessee, she played college basketball for the Tennessee women’s basketball team. She also got a master’s degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 2017.
Andraya Carter Salary
Andraya’s estimated net worth is $89,700.
Andraya Carter Net Worth
Andraya has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Andraya Carter Career
Andraya works for ESPN as an analyst, reporter, and co-host. She also covers Lady Vol Basketball for ESPN. She is also the main fitness coach for Orangetheory Fitness. She was also introduced to the broadcasting industry by ESPN presenter LaChina Robinson during the rising stars media boot camp for women. In 2016, she was the play-by-play announcer for Tennessee basketball games online on ESPN3.
She also signed a season contract with ESPN for 2019. She was a college basketball player for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, before beginning her broadcasting career. She began playing basketball while attending Buford High School. She also played for Lady Vol Basketball while attending college in Tennessee. She also believed that she would continue to play basketball until her legs could no longer support her. However, she had a series of knee injuries that forced her to retire in 2016.
Furthermore, she missed her senior basketball season in high school due to a knee injury. However, the termination of her playing career sparked her desire to work in basketball television as an analyst.