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Cancer Journey
College Sports
Finding What You're Passionate About
Overcoming Adversity
Women in Sports
Women's Empowerment

ESPN Sideline Reporter
Cancer Survivor
Advocate for Cancer Research & Prevention

Holly Rowe has spent more than 20 years as one of ESPN’s most versatile commentators, covering a wide variety sports. Rowe is one of the lead reporters for ESPN’s college football, college basketball, college softball, beach volleyball and WNBA coverage. She has also covered gymnastics, soccer, swimming, track & field, and the Little League World Series.

Rowe graduated from the University of Utah with a broadcast journalism degree. While at Utah, she was a sportswriter for the Daily Utah Chronicle and the Davis County Clipper, and she anchored the campus TV station news.

Having undergone treatment for stage IV melanoma, Rowe has become a tireless advocate for cancer research and prevention. Through speaking and appearances, Holly loves to support efforts that help those battling their own fight or working towards a personal goal.

Rowe resides in New York City.

In the news

Still In The Game: ESPN Reporter Holly Rowe Worked Through Melanoma Treatment

Holly Rowe sits down with Cancer Today to discuss her journey battling melanoma and how her courage to continue working on the sideline while losing her hair inspired others facing similar challenges in life.


ESPN’s Holly Rowe Honored During Touching Baylor Coaches Vs. Cancer Tribute

Holly Rowe received a heartfelt tribute from fellow broadcasters when the Baylor University basketball crowd honored Coaches vs. Cancer during a game in Texas.