Stephanie Krohn is the wife of Neil Everett ESPN Sportscaster and SportsCenter’s host.
Stephanie Krohn has been married to ESPN’s sportscaster Neil Everett in 2013. Neil has been dubbed SportsCenter’s funnyman, but his latest commentary about the shootings at an Oregon college was not funny at all.
Stephanie Krohn’s husband Neil Everett was born and raised in Spokane, Washington; he graduated from Lewis and Clark High School and the University of Oregon with a degree in journalism. One of Everett’s first jobs as an assistant athletic director and sports information director at Hawaii Pacific University and as a communications director for the Jeep Aloha and Jeep Oahu bowls.
Before he became anchor at ESPNEWS and SportsCenter in 2000, he was the sports director at KGMB-TV, the CBS affiliate. Everett joined Stan Everett co-hosting the 1:00 a.m edition of SportsCenter in Los Angeles in 2009.
Like her famous husband, Stephanie Krohn attended at the University of Oregon; they didn’t meet at college though but at the Tiger Woods Center’s fundraiser where Stephanie was working and Neil hosted the event in 2008. They started dating not long after that and got married on July 18, 2013 in Oregon.
35-year-old Stephanie Krohn or Stephanie Everett was born Stephanie Day Krohn to parents Stephen Krohn, 65, who worked with Oregon’s Department of Justice and Education. Stephanie graduated in 2002 from the University of Oregon with a BA, International Studies and Spanish Literature.
Stephanie Krohn has worked with the Department of Human Services, AmeriCorps Choice Program, Lifeline – Girls Inc., The Inn Home Residential Facility and the Children’s Cancer Institute.