Sara Walsh is a sports anchor at ESPN. She works mainly at the Sports Center as anchorman. Produced in April 12, 1978, Sara Elizabeth Walsh grew up in the Tampa Bay Area. She did her bachelors studies at the University of North Florida. She holds a record of nine points including goals and assists in one match at school. Most of the records she place at school before her graduation in 1999 haven’t yet been bested. Shortly after earning a degree in communications, Sara Walsh began her career in journalism working as reporter for the Shores Leader in the year 2000. Sara Walsh after began working with WPGA situated in Macon, GA. She worked as sports director in the year 2001 to 2003 there. She later changed to WKRN TV found in Nashville, Washington, where she worked for 3 years in the year 2003 to 2006. She subsequently switched to the CBS affiliate in Washington D.C. WUSA TV. She was the sports anchor during weekends and also served furthermore as the Redskins reporter of the station. She subsequently joined ESPN in the year 2010. She’s worked for over 3 years at ESPN and has made a name for herself as an significant Sports Center persona. Sara Walsh’s work at ESPN has made her a role model on the list of University of North Florida pupils and in her hometown also. She’d said in one of her tweets that throwing first pitch before the start of a Tampa Bay Rays match had been her wish for quite a while and in June she was encouraged to do this. She threw the first pitch on June 12, 2013 at the Tropicana Field Mound in the match against Boston Red Sox.