Fox Sports female hosts include Charissa Thompson, Kaitlyn Vincie, Joy Taylor, Yvonne Sampson, Eloise Sohier, Katie Witham and Jenny Taft.

FS has a diverse group of lady broadcasters who convey knowledge and expertise to the sports industry. Their responsibilities range from conducting interviews with athletes and coaches to analyzing and reporting on games and events.

These proficient ladies are expected to provide insightful commentary and analysis while maintaining high professionalism and objectivity.

In addition to their on-air responsibilities, many of them also contribute to the network's digital content, including articles and social media posts. They serve as role models for aspiring girls and help to pave the way for greater gender diversity in the industry.

These individuals are not all co-hosts on the same show but rather anchor various programs across Fox Sports. For instance, Shannon Sharpe is a co-host on the debate show "Skip and Shannon: Undisputed," while Joy runs "The Joy Taylor Show" on FS Radio.

Fox Sports Female Presenters

The presenters on the FS network are:

  • Charissa Thompson
  • Yvonne Sampson
  • Eloise Sohier
  • Katie Witham 
  • Giselle Zarur 
  • Jenny Taft 
  • Alex Curry 
  • Kaitlyn Vincie
  • Katherine Loughnan

Fox Sports boasts a team of talented presenters who have distinguished themselves in various areas of sports broadcasting.

Charissa Thompson began her career at FOX as an assistant in the HR department in 2006. Additionally, she has become a household name as the announcer of Fox NFL Kickoff, the Sunday morning NFL pregame show.

Giselle Zarur, a seasoned Mexican television personality made history as the first Latina pit reporter at the 2022 Daytona 500. She has received Emmy and Telly Awards for her outstanding work in the industry.

Charissa Thompson while presenting an NFL game in August 2020
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Katie Witham, another Emmy and Telly Award winner has been a valued member of the team since 2017, serving as a sideline correspondent and announcer for the network's MLS coverage and anchoring the ACC Network's college football pregame and halftime shows. 

Jenny Taft, a versatile contributor at the network, is known for her lead reporting on the network's college football coverage, presenting the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, and reporting for several other major events. 

Furthermore, Kaitlyn Vincie is a co-host of NASCAR Raceday on FS1 and NASCAR Race Hub, and she also runs the network's pre-race show for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR RACEDAY-NCTS.

Fox Sports Female Commentators

The lady commentators on FS are:

  • Eniola Aluko
  • Kyndra De St. Aubin
  • Carli Lloyd
  • Heather O'Reilly
  • Danielle Slaton
  • Aly Wagner
  • Lisa Byington 
  • Jamie Little 
  • Jacqui Oatley 
  • Kate Scott 

The sports television network has an impressive lineup of commentators and analysts covering multiple games, including NHL, MLB, NFL and NASCAR showcasing some of the most respected voices in the industry. 

Jacqui Oatley, a new addition to the network's play-by-play team, brings a wealth of experience and expertise from her twenty years of broadcasting and history-making career as a soccer commentator. 

Former England women's national player Eniola Aluko joined the FOX network as an analyst for her third consecutive FIFA World Cup. She has an impressive record with 33 goals in 102 appearances for the Lionesses and has competed in multiple FIFA and UEFA tournaments.

(Left to Right) Brandi Chastain, Leslie Osborne, Aly, and Danielle Slaton at NWSL to the Bay movement.
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Lisa Byington is another seasoned play-by-play announcer and reporter who works on several properties across FOX and BTN, including college football and basketball games. In 2017, she became the first female play-by-play voice for a football game on BTN.

Kate Scott is another illustrious name who worked as a play-by-play announcer for the network's Copa America and Concacaf coverage. She also made history as the first lady to call an NFL game on the radio and the first female NHL broadcast play-by-play announcer in the US.

These presenters together demonstrate the network's commitment to delivering the best and most diverse coverage of sports events.

Fox Sports Female Reporters

The lady reporters in Fox Sports consist of:

  • Shannon Spake 
  • Kimberly Pressler 
  • Jordan Plant 
  • Kristina Pink 
  • Pam Oliver 
  • Laura Okmin 
  • Daniella Lopez Guajardo 
  • Jamie Howie 
  • Jennifer Hale 
  • Alejandra Delgadillo 
  • Lindsay Czarniak 
  • Heidi Androl 
  • Erin Andrews 
  • Amanda Busick 

Kimberly Pressler is an accomplished sportscaster and announcer, reporting on sports since 1999. Pressler is currently the talking head for all the broadcasts of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA), a position she has held since 2010.

Jordan Plant is a reporter for Premier Boxing Champion (PBC) programs, covering FS PBC, FS1 PBC Fight Nights, FS1 PBC Postfight Shows, and FS2 PBC Prelims.

Another notable Fox Sports reporter female is Kristina Pink, who joined the network in 2012 as an NFL correspondent and quickly established herself as a trusted, well-informed interviewer. She also reports the network's college football coverage.

(Left) Kimberly Pressler reporting PBA 2022 Championship in Euless, Texas.
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Laura Okmin is a seasoned NFL correspondent and the third longest-tenured sideline reporter in the league's history. In addition to her network role, she analyses Westwood One's Thursday Night Football, NFL Playoff Coverage, and Monday Night Football.

Lastly, Pam Oliver is one of the premier sportscaster having covered more than 500 NFL games, including numerous Super Bowls

Oliver is the longest-tenured sideline reporter in the NFL and served as the lead feature on Fox NFL Sunday for many years. She is an award-winning sports journalist and a highly respected member of the sports broadcasting community.