Joe Lunardi is a well-known sports journalist in the United States. Joe currently works for ESPN as the resident Bracketologist. He invented Bracketology and has projected the NCAA Tournament field for ESPN.com since its inception. Joe spent almost 30 years as the head of communications and marketing at his alma mater, Saint Joseph’s University, before joining ESPN full-time.
Joe Lunardi Age
Joe Lunardi was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States on September 19, 1973. He is 48 years old.
Joe Lunardi Height
David stands at a height of 5 ft 11 in/1.78 m tall.
Joe Lunardi Family
Joe was born to his parents on September 19, 1973, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States. He has not disclosed any information about his parents or siblings as of yet.
Joe Lunardi Wife
Joe is happily married to Pam Lunardi, a Saint Joseph’s alumnus from 1984. The couple lives in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. Joe and his wife Pam are the parents of two daughters, Emily and Elizabeth. Joe hasn’t revealed much about his wife and daughters so far.
Joe Lunardi Education
Joe Lunardi Salary
Joe earns an annual salary of $ 73,208.
Joe Lunardi Net Worth
Joe’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Joe Lunardi Career
According to Joe’s newest projections, Kentucky will be the No. 7 overall seed and the third 2-seed, trailing only Duke and UCLA on the 2-line. Joe sees Baylor as the third overall seed and as a 1-seed. Lunardi dropped Kansas from a 1-seed to the final 2-seed and No. 8 overall seed.
He works for ESPN as the resident Bracketologist. Joe invented Bracketology and has projected the NCAA Tournament field for ESPN.com since its inception. Every year, he dissects the Tournament contenders, delivers year-round team analysis, and provides real-time, in-season bracket updates of prospective seedings and pairings. His regular appearances from the “Bracket Bunker” have become a hallmark of ESPN college basketball telecasts.
He launched The Bracketology Show on ESPN+ during the 2019-20 season. Joe and co-host Jason Fitz provide a weekly “depth dive” into the expected NCAA bracket, as well as direct access to players, coaches, and administrators as they await their post-season fate. It’s an intriguing look at the “how” and “why” of team movement in and out of the probable NCAA field.
He spent almost 30 years as the head of communications and marketing at his alma mater, Saint Joseph’s University, before joining ESPN full-time. He was raised on Saint Joseph’s and Philadelphia Big 5 basketball, and before becoming a long-time editor with the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, he wrote for the Philadelphia Bulletin and Delaware County (Pa.) Daily Times. He will continue to serve as the color analyst for Saint Joseph’s ESPN+ broadcasts. Joe has covered almost 1,100 Hawks games in his career, trailing only the ever-flapping Hawk mascot in terms of total SJU games.