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also known as Bonnie Lynn Bernstein

sports anchor , sportscaster

Bonnie Bernstein is recognized by the American Sportscasters Association as one of the most accomplished female journalists in her field. She has been named one of the top female sportscasters of all time by the American Sportscasters Association.


She was a member of the school’s Hall of Fame.

She received the Thomas M. Fields award for excellence in academics and sports.


Bonnie Bernstein has hosted a variety of TV shows for ESPN, including NFL Live, Outside the Lines, Jim Rome is Burning and First Take, and this past season, as the anchor of New York Football Live on ESPN Radio in New York, was one of the few women in America hosting a daily NFL radio show. Bernstein is a contributor for espnW and has worked the sidelines for ABC’s college football package and ESPN Sunday Night Baseball. Outside of her ESPN work, Bernstein is the only woman in the guest-hosting rotation for the nationally syndicated TV and radio program, The Dan Patrick Show.


  • Achievement  of Bonnie BERNSTEIN

    Outside of broadcasting, Bernstein is a passionate public health advocate. She is an Ambassador for International Netherlands Group KiDS Rock, a school-based youth fitness program, and Co-Chaired the Coalition supporting congressional passage of the National Foundation on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, which raises private funds for childhood obesity initiatives. Additionally, Bernstein is the Co-National Spokesperson for the Coalition to Prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis. Since surviving near-fatal blood clots in 2006, she has canvassed the country promoting DVT education and awareness and helped influence federal DVT legislation and a “call to action” issued by the United States Surgeon General.


  • magazine

    • Glamour

    • Self

    • Men’s Health

    • Celebrity Living

    • Ten Women to Watch

  • newspaper

    • The New York Times

    • United States of America Today

    • Sports Ilustrated

    • television Guide


Quotations: "You’re seeing a transition from Saturday on ... Saturday will be nice. Not Sunday. Sunday you will be in the mid 60s, and partly cloudy. Monday will be mostly cloudy."-Bonnie Bernstein


  • Sport & Clubs

    Football,Volleyball,American football

  • Other Interests