Eamon McAnaney

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Eamon McAnaney (born 1969) is a sportscaster who works for ESPN, ESPNU, ESPN Plus, SportsNet New York, and Major League Lacrosse on ESPN3.

Biography[edit]

SportsNet New York[edit]

Eamon is employed by SportsNet New York hosting various shows and as a fill-in field reporter for Kevin Burkhardt on New York Mets telecasts when Burkhardt is in the Mets booth or if Burkhardt is with his NFL on Fox commitments.

ESPN networks[edit]

McAnaney is also employed by the ESPN family doing sideline reporting and play-by-play announcing for college football, basketball, lacrosse, and various other sports, especially Big East football and basketball. He performed similar roles for MSG, Turner Sports, and the NBA TV. He started working as a producer for ESPN in Bristol before becoming a reporter, anchor, or play-by-play announcer.

Other work[edit]

He served as an analyst and reporter for MSG's High School Game of the Week and serves as a color commentator for ESPN's coverage of college lacrosse. He also serves as one of the studio anchors for NBA TV and served as a sideline reporter for NBA playoffs on TNT.

Personal[edit]

Eamon attended the University of Notre Dame and graduated in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in America's studies and played on the Fighting Irish men's lacrosse team. Eamon and his wife along with his sons live in Manhattan. Nickname in college "The Big Red Dog".

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