|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Paul Carcaterra|
|Birth Place||New York|
|Famous Name||Paul Carcaterra|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Career Earnings||$1.5 million|
|No. of Twitter Followers||17.3 k|
|No. of Instagram Followers||9184|
|Show||ESPN'S college lacrosse|
|Coworker||Beth Mowins and Joey Galloway|
|Started career as||reporter|
|Currently Working For||ESPN|
|Awards||Doyle Smith Media Award|
|Current City||New York|
|University attended||Syracuse University|
|Children||daughter Peyla and son Grayson|
Paul Carcaterra is a famous sportscaster currently working for ESPN. Known for his appearance in ESPN'S college lacrosse, Paul Carcaterra is working for the show since 2010. He is a known tv sportscaster and mostly appears on the college game edition with Beth Mowins and Joey Galloway. Other than working for ESPN, he also worked for CBS College Sports.
The resident of New York, Paul Carcaterra, reportedly earns around $100,000, as his yearly salary from the network. As of 2019, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $2 million. Details about his wife were not found but he has a daughter Peyla and son, Grayson.
As of 2019, the American sportscaster/reporter Paul Carcaterra has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Not to mention, Carcaterra is one of the most popular ESPN reporters who has made a successful career as a sports reporter and analyst. Being a popular Sports Network, ESPN is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. As Paul Carcaterra is a regular ESPN reporter, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network.
ESPN Reporters earn $ 85,000 per hour, or $ 41 per hour, 76 percent higher than the national average of $38,000 per year for all Reporters and 33 percent higher than the national average for all working Americans.
Currently, the reporter receives an annual salary of $100,000 from his successful reporting career with ESPN because of his experience. Further, ESPN reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.
Paul Carcaterra works alongside Beth Mowins and Joey Galloway at ESPN. And as of now, Beth Mowins and Joey Galloway reportedly receive an annual salary of around $75,000. Chris Berman and Steven A.Smith are among the highest paid SPORTS ANALYST/reporters of ESPN.
The famous sports reporter and analyst Paul Carcaterra are quite popular in social media with a huge number of followers. Paul has 9,353 followers on Instagram and 17.7 k followers on his Twitter account.
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Paul has two children, a daughter named Peyla and son Grayson but details about his wife were not available. Further information about his family, affair, and relationships isn't made available yet on social sites.
Since Paul is very much focused on his career upliftment he is not likely to get involved in rumors or controversies.
He currently, lives in New York, along with his family, and has a beautiful home there.
Paul Carcaterra was born in New York. As per his nationality, he is American and belongs to the White ethnic group. Paul Carcaterra after graduating from Syracuse University in 1997 and acquired his degree Bachelor's degree in political science.
Carcaterra, a four-year letter winner in the men's lacrosse as a midfielder, helped guide the Orange to the national title in 1995 and was named an All- American in 1997.
In 1998 Paul was also a member of the former Major League Lacrosse Team, New Jersey Pride, and represented Team England at the World Lacrosse Games.
Paul Carcaterra joined ESPN as a game analyst and sideline reporter for the 2010 lacrosse season and has since added a studio analyst and his list of responsibilities. Paul has been present at The Experts of ESPNU: College Lacrosse and several SPDRS College Lacrosse Season Shows.
In addition, Paul works side by side with the Beth Mowins and Joey Galloway in the ESPN college football coverage. He began his career as an analyst and website contributor with CBS College Sports( formerly CSTV) from 2005-2009.
Carcaterra is a contributor to the magazine Inside Lacrosse and president of No Limit Lacrosse. Paul is immersed in the game and is known as the leading sports voice. Helping to spread the game from one training, culture, equipment and recruitment point of view is at the heart of his vision of the lacrosse.
Currently, Paul Carcaterra is working as a sports analyst and reporter for ESPN. After his contributions in the sports, he is awarded Doyle Smith Media Award in 2016.