Andy Katz Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Big Ten Network

Andy Katz Biography

Andy Katz is a known American sportscaster working for the Big Ten Network as a college basketball analyst. Also, he works as the NCAA correspondent for college basketball. Prior, he worked as a sports reporter for ESPN.

Andy Katz Age

Andy Katz was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in the United States on April 7, 1968. He is 53 years old.

Andy Katz Height

Andy stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 1 in/1.85 m tall.

Andy Katz Education

Andy finished his high school course at Newton South High School. During his tenure there, he was cut off the basketball team while a senior in the middle of the season. But rather than accepting defeat, he reached out to a local cable company and asked if they would televise the Newton South and Newton North basketball team between 1985-1986. His request was accepted and his long career journey began. He then earned his degree in 1990 from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Andy Katz Family

Andy has managed to keep details on his parents and siblings hidden from the media, however, research on this section is ongoing, and soon as we have detailed information will update you on this.

Andy Katz Wife

Andy is happily married to Denise Padilla, they exchanged vows in 1995. They met while she working for the Associated Press and he was working for the Albuquerque Journal.  They are blessed with two kids a son named Sal and a daughter named Lucia, the family lives in West Hartford, Connecticut.

Andy Katz Salary

Andy annually receives a salary of $99,200.

Andy Katz Net Worth

Andy has an approximated net worth of $1.5 million.

Andy Katz Career

Andy as of now works as a college basketball analyst for Big Ten Network. He also is the NCAA correspondent for college basketball. Before, he worked for ESPN NetWork for at least two decades, during his time there he was the sports reporter for The Fresno Bee and also worked for ESPN’s College GameNight as a regular sports analyst.

But in 2017, he was among the 100 employees that were laid off from ESPN. Moreover, he worked for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Albuquerque Journal as a sportscaster. Andy finished his high school course at Newton South High School. During his tenure there, he was cut off the basketball team while a senior in the middle of the season.

But rather than accepting defeat, he reached out to a local cable company and asked if they would televise the Newton South and Newton North basketball team between 1985-1986. His request was accepted and his long career journey began. He then earned his degree in 1990 from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

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