Sam Ponder is a well-known sportscaster who has earned quite a lot of money for her hard work. She works for a top-notch network like ESPN and has hosted several shows. Recently, she got into trouble after expressing her views on Title IX and claiming that women’s and girls’ sports do not get equal funding as men’s and boys’ sports. Since then, many people have been wondering about her net worth. As per reports, she has a net worth of $15 million.
Sam was born on December 11, 1985, in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Her parents, Jerry Steele and Cindy, were both professional basketball players and coaches. So, she had a very strong interest in sports from a very early age. She later moved to New York and studied at The King’s College. After graduation, she landed a job with FOX Sports. She started her career as an assistant researcher, but soon progressed to a field reporter. She covered Pac-10 and Big 12 games. Sam also anchored college football for Longhorn Network and ESPN. She worked on Thursday Night College Football and regularly appeared on ESPN’s College Gameday with Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, and Rece Davis.
Sam married football player Christian Ponder in 2012. They have three children together, namely Scout, True, and Price. She and her husband love to spend their time at their home in Hudson. They are both Christians and have a very close bond. They are known to share their spiritual journey with their followers on social media.