Zach Lowe Biography
Zach Lowe is an American journalist, sportswriter, and podcaster presently serving for ESPN as a host and a senior writer. Lowe previously covered the criminal justice system in Connecticut before transitioning to basketball reporting and is today considered to cover the NBA as one of the premier columnists.
Zach Lowe Age
Zach was born in Connecticut, United States, on August 24, 1977. He is 44 years old.
Zach Lowe Height
Lowe is tall and stands at an average height of 6 ft 3 inches (approx. 1.91 m).
Zach Lowe Education
He joined Greenwich High School in Connecticut and graduated with high school education. Furthermore, Zach graduated in 1999, from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Zach Lowe Family
He was born and raised in Connecticut, United States to his caring and supportive parents. Though there are no available details concerning his parents and siblings and we will update you once we have clear detailed information.
Zach Lowe Wife
He is happily married to her caring and pretty wife Vesna Jaksic who is a Croatian international media consultant. The duo met when both served for the Stamford Advocate. Additionally, the couple shares a beautiful daughter. Additionally, The adorable family lives in New York City, United States.
Zach Lowe Salary
Zack earns an average salary of $121,540. This is according to ESPN News anchor’s and reporters’ salaries.
Zach Lowe Net Worth
Lowe has an estimated net worth of 2.1 million.
Zach Lowe Career
He serves for ESPN.com as a senior writer and covers the NBA in New York City, United States the ins and outs. Zack in 2010 started covering the NBA full-time on the NBA column blog for Sports Illustrated, Point Forward. In 2012, lowe was hired by ESPN at the long-form site Grantland to be the day-to-day NBA writer and analyst.
In 2016, Zack was pursued by Bleacher Report and re-signed on a multi-year contract with ESPN. In 2016, Lowe moderated the panel of the MIT-Sloan Sports Analytics Conference that year’s Basketball Analytics. Additionally, Zack writes for ESPN a weekly NBA article during the season headlined I Don’t Like and Ten Things I Like.