Lisa Salters

Basketball Player
Born Mar 6, 1966

Alisia Salters is a journalist and former collegiate women's basketball player. She has been a reporter for ESPN and ESPN on ABC since 2000. Previously, she covered the O.J. Simpson murder case for ABC and worked at WBAL-TV in Baltimore, Maryland. Salters has reported worldwide for ESPN, including a series of reports from the Middle East prior to the Iraq War.… Read More

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1966 Birth Born on March 6, 1966.


1988 22 Years Old Previously, she covered the O.J. Simpson murder case for ABC and worked as a reporter at WBAL-TV in Baltimore from 1988 to 1995. … Read More


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Salters joined ESPN as a general assignment reporter in March 2000. … Read More
2002 36 Years Old Additionally, Salters was ESPN’s reporter at the 2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea and Japan, where she broke the news on the U.S. National Team’s starting lineup a day before its first match in against Portugal.
2004 38 Years Old Salters reported from the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece and hosted ESPN’s coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics Games in Torino, Italy.


2006 40 Years Old In 2006, she served as the lead sideline reporter for ABC's coverage of the NBA on ABC and worked the 2006 NBA Finals on television as that season she filled in for Michele Tafoya who was on maternity leave. … Read More
In addition, Salters is one of the featured correspondents on ESPN’s newsmagazine show, E:60, which debuted October 2007. … Read More
2012 46 Years Old In 2012, ESPN announced that Lisa Salters would join Monday Night Football replacing Suzy Kolber as a full-time solo sideline reporter joining Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden. … Read More
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