Sarah Kustok

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Sarah Kustok

Sarah Kustok

Who is Sarah Kustok?

Sarah Kustok is a well-known sports journalist. Sarah Kustok previously worked for ESPN as a sideline reporter and is now employed under the FOX Sports and Yes Network umbrella. Sarah worked as the women’s basketball coach at her alma mater, DePaul University.

Kustok is also known for her play-by-play analysis on the studio show First Thing First, which is hosted by Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe.

Childhood, Education, and Parents

Sarah Kustok was born on December 17, 1981, in Orland Park, Illinois, the United States of America to Allan Kustok and Anita Jeanie Kustok.

Sarah also has a younger brother named Zak Kustok.

She, too, is an American citizen by birth and comes from a white racial background.

Sarah, on the other hand, is a Sagittarius according to horoscopic charts.

Besides, Kustok has always had a strong passion for athletics.

As a result, the Illionoian became a member of her high school basketball and volleyball teams, where she was one of the most dedicated athletes.

Sarah made sure she was achieving more on a sporting level in addition to managing her academics.

Kustok eventually stepped into her college years by enrolling at DePaul University after graduating from high school.

In a recent interview, she confessed that joining DePaul was motivated not only by sporting ambitions but also by the humanitarian atmosphere she encountered at school.

Despite this, the Orland Park native remained a valuable member of the basketball club.

Sarah captained the Blue Demons women’s basketball team in her junior and senior years, leading them to the NCAA Tournament two years in a row.

DePaul’s record places her fourth in overall three-point scoring and tenth overall at the university level.

Kustok earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications in 2005, according to her academic credentials.

Following that, in 2010, the former collegiate basketball player earned a Master’s degree in Corporate and Multicultural Communications.

Age, Height, and Body Size

Sarah Kustok, who was born in 1981, is currently 39 years old, making him one of the oldest active reporters.

It would be interesting to see how far Sarah’s career progresses from her days as a sideline reporter and occasional fill-in host.

On the other side, the Illinoian, in particular, towers over her peers, standing at a towering 5inches 9inches (1.8 m). Details about her weight, on the other hand, are still being investigated.

Furthermore, the sportscaster, who was an athlete in her earlier days, continues to exercise in her working life.

Sarah, too, has an athletic and well-proportioned physique. Above all, the Yes Network correspondent has beautiful blue eyes and naturally bright blonde hair that complements her whole appearance.

Facts of Sarah Kustok

Full Name Sarah Grace Kustok
Birth Date December 17, 1981
Birth Place Orland Park, Illinois, U.S.
Nick Name Sarah
Religion Undefined
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Education DePaul University
Horoscope Sagittarius
Father’s Name Allan Kustok
Mother’s Name Anita Kustok
Siblings None
Age 40 years old
Height 5’9” (1.8 m)
Weight Under review
Shoe Size Updating soon
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Body Measurement Under review
Figure Lean
Married No
Husband No
Children No
Profession Sports Journalist
Net Worth $1 million
Affiliations ESPN, ABC, FOX Sports, Yes Network
Active Since 2003
Social Media Instagram, Twitter
Last Update April 2022

Net Worth, Salary, and Earnings

Sarah Kustok has amassed a net worth of around $1 million. Working at ESPN and FOX Sports provided her with the additional benefits she deserved.

Being one of the top sportscasters on the YES Network also comes with a sizable salary. An analyst’s average annual salary is estimated to be $58.5k.

Depending on an employee’s level and experience, the maximum compensation can range from $107,500 to $120,000.

Regardless of the sources, Kustok is likely to earn a higher salary in the coming years, as she is a critical component of the network.

Professional Career

Sarah worked as the women’s basketball coach at her alma mater, DePaul University, prior to joining ESPN. She had a sporty history, so it wouldn’t be long before she was back on the field.

Kustok did manage to get back on the field, but this time as an ESPN sideline reporter.

In addition, she began her career with individual stints on ESPN and FOX Sports, where she covered college football, basketball, and high school football.

Sarah eventually changed boats and went to work for Comcast SportsNet Chicago, primarily as an on-site reporter and anchor for a few special pieces. The job lasted nearly three years.

Simultaneously, the Illinoian reported on the Chicago Bulls, Chicago Cubs, Chicago Blackhawks, and Chicago White Sox games while working for Comcast.

Sarah was working hard to gain another degree to her credentials in addition to her sideline responsibilities.

Kustok proudly displayed his Master’s degree certificate in Communications towards the end of 2010.

The college administration promptly recognized her contributions to sports and honored her in the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame on September 19, 2012.

Meanwhile, a dedicated person never quits working; Sarah accepted a position as a fill-in anchor for WMAQ-TV, despite having a degree to look forward to and a great tenure at Comcast.

The sportscaster, on the other hand, hosted a series called College Sports Minute for WFLD-TV.

Sarah Kustok
Sarah Kustok sportscasting for YES. Source: nba

Kustok was hired by YES Network in 2012 to replace Michelle Beadle, and she was assigned to the Brooklyn division.

This appointment comes as no surprise to her, given the network has won the prestigious EMMY award an unprecedented 80 times and has gotten 346 nominations.

In fact, the network is a well-known go-to broadcaster in the United States, specializing in biographies, collegiate sports coverage, and a number of magazine programs.

Sarah also covers the Brooklyn Nets’ games, including all live telecasts, magazine articles, and pre-and post-game analysis.

Kustok and the Nets’ whole broadcasting team also won an Emmy Award for Best Live Sports Series in 2014.

Personal Life

As far as we know, Sarah Kustok is a single woman at the moment, even though her past dating life is nothing but a mystery to many.

Hence, assumably. We have to conclude that neither is Kustok in a relationship nor is she interested in being in the company of another man/woman.

Since the Illinoian hasn’t specified her sexual preference, it raises the question, of whether she is straight or not.

Nevertheless, the American isn’t looking to settle down anytime soon, and the most probable reason would be a hectic work schedule.

As a result, finding a partner or devoting time to the children is still out of the picture for Sarah.

Horrors in the Kustok Household

In early 2010, major news swept the media when Kustok’s father, Allan, was allegedly accused of murdering her mother Anita.

Many sources close to the family provided testimony regarding Allan’s innocence.

As a matter of fact, even Sarah, with her brother, Zak testified against the allegation, claiming their father to be innocent. To illustrate, Anita was found dead in their bedroom with a 0.357 bullet wound to her head.

Furthermore, Allan was charged guilty solely for failing to inform the police on time. When police arrived, Anita held a gun in her hand, and apparently, the scene looked like nothing more than a murder/suicide.

Added to that, came the revelation that Sarah’s father was involved in extramarital affairs. Thus, the court had no choice but to put Allan behind bars for 60 years, even in the light of the lack of shreds of evidence.

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Social Media Presence

Her Instagram has 26.8k followers and her Twitter has 31.3K followers. Sarah does not seem to be very active on Facebook.