Trey Bender Biography, Age, Height, Career, Net Worth, Family And News

Trey Bender is a sportscaster for ESPNU, ESPN Plus, American Sports Network, and a part-time host for Yahoo! Sports Radio. Bender calls

 

Trey Bender Biography

Trey Bender is a sportscaster for ESPNU, ESPN Plus, American Sports Network, and a part-time host for Yahoo! Sports Radio. Bender calls

football, basketball, baseball, and swimming for ESPNU, ESPN Plus, ESPN3, and NBC Universal. For six seasons, he called television games for the Kansas Jayhawks where he graduated. Bender also worked in the Chicago and Phoenix markets.

Trey Bender Age

Information concerning his age is still under research and will soon be updated immediately we come across details concerning his age.

Trey Bender Height

According to our research, he has a standing height of  5 feet 11 inches tall.

Trey Bender Family

Talking about his family matters, Trey’s wife, Amy, like Trey and Gary, also is a sportscaster. Their daughter Landry is named after Tom Landry, who was the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.

Trey Bender Education

Talking about his educational background, He is a graduate of the University of Kansas and is the son of Gary Bender, a veteran broadcaster who also graduated from the University of Kansas.

Trey Bender Career

Bender calls football, basketball, baseball, and swimming for ESPNU, ESPN Plus, ESPN3, and NBC Universal. For six seasons, he called television games for the Kansas Jayhawks where he graduated. Bender also worked in the Chicago and Phoenix markets. He called college sports for Fox Sports Net Arizona and FSN Chicago and called Arizona State Sun Devils baseball as well. For three years, Bender was the voice of the Loyola Ramblers men’s basketball team and was an anchor on Sporting News Radio. He also is a part-time host for Yahoo! Sports Radio.

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Bender’s broadcasting career started with the LA Angels minor league baseball team in Boise in 1991. He then moved to Arizona in 1993 as the voice of the Arizona Rattlers as a play-by-play, radio host and radio field reporter. Bender would remain with the AFL through 2002. Additional AFL broadcasts included the AFL playoffs on TNN and play-by-play broadcasts for the Carolina Cobras.

He would also serve as a play-by-play broadcaster for SportsWest Productions from 1999 until the company folded after the Mountain West Conference entered into a new TV contract with Comcast and CBS Sports to form the Mtn. in 2006. After finishing college football broadcasts with SportsWest in 2005, Bender transitioned back to the radio and served as a play-by-play broadcaster for the Insight Bowl and select Arizona State games on KKNT during the 2005 and 2006 season.

Trey Bender Net Worth

Information concerning his net Worth is still under research and will soon be updated immediately we come across details concerning his net Worth.

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Bender would also serve as a play-by-play broadcaster for SportsWest Productions from 1999 until the company folded after the Mountain West Conference entered into a new TV contract with Comcast and CBS Sports to form the Mtn. in 2006. After finishing college football broadcasts with SportsWest in 2005, Bender transitioned back to the radio and served as a play-by-play broadcaster for the Insight Bowl and select Arizona State games on KKNT during the 2005 and 2006 season.

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Trey Bender

Trey Bender is a Los Angeles based play by play announcer and host whose resume includes football, basketball, baseball and swimming in the WAC, Mountain West, Big 12 and Big 10 conferences on ESPN Regional and ESPNU as well as NBC Universal Sports. Additionally, from 1996-2002 Bender was the television voice of the University of Kansas, his alma mater.

Bender has also worked in Phoenix and Chicago. He was the voice of college sports on Fox Sports Net Arizona and Chicago. While with FSN, he also hosted a variety of programs for the network focused on the college sports scene.

Bender’s radio resume is just as extensive. While in Arizona, he was the voice of ASU Baseball and his time in Chicago includes a three year stint as the voice of Loyola University Basketball. While in Chicago, Bender began as a national sports anchor and talk show host for the Sporting News Radio Network. It’s a position he continues today as an anchor and part time host on Yahoo Sports Radio.

Bender began his broadcast career in 1991 as voice of the Angels minor league affiliate in Boise. He moved to Arizona in 1993 where he quickly became a mainstay in the market as voice of the AFL’s Arizona Rattlers and a radio anchor/reporter.

Bender is the son of long-time network announcer, Gary Bender. His wife, Amy is also a sports announcer. Their 11-year-old daughter Landry is named after the Dallas Cowboys legendary coach.