Facts of Ann Meyers
|Full Name:||Ann Meyers|
|Age:||1 years 1 months|
|Birth Date:||March 26, 2018|
|Birth Place:||San Diego, California|
|Father's Name:||Bob Meyer|
|Mother's Name:||Patricia Meyer|
|Height:||5 feet 9 inches (1.75m)|
Relationship Statistics of Ann Meyers
|What is Ann Meyers marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Widow|
|How many children does Ann Meyers have ? (name):||Three (Don Jr. (DJ) and Darren, and Drew)|
|Is Ann Meyers having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Ann Meyers lesbian ?:||No|
More about the relationship
Ann Meyers married to Don Drysdale on November 1, 1986. The couple has three children named: Don Jr. (DJ) and Darren, and Drew. Her husband died on July 3, 1993 cause of heart attack. She did not have any other affair after the death of her husband.
- 1 Who is Ann Meyers?
- 2 Ann Meyers: Birth facts, Family, and Childhood
- 3 Ann Meyers: Education History
- 4 Ann Meyers: Early life, Profession, and Career
- 5 Ann Meyers: Lifetime Achievements and Awards
- 6 Ann Meyers: Salary and the Net worth
- 7 Ann Meyers: Rumors and Controversy
- 8 Ann Meyers: Body Measurement
- 9 Ann Meyers: Social Media
Who is Ann Meyers?
Ann Meyers is an eminent American sportscaster and basketball player who has made a huge impact in her professional career. She is known as a standout player in the Olympic Games, high school, college, international tournaments, and the professional levels.
Ann Meyers: Birth facts, Family, and Childhood
Meyers was born to her parents Patricia and Bob Meyers on March 26, 1955, in San Diego, California, United States. Her father worked as a guard for the Shooting Stars, a professional team in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and for Marquette University. She had brother namely Dave who played for the men’s basketball team and later played in the NBA.
Ann Meyers: Education History
Meyers joined Cornelia Connelly High school and then transferred to Sonora High School in La Habra, California where she engaged in more competitive play. Meyers was the first high school student to play for the U.S. national team in 1974. Ann Myers became the first woman to earn the 4-year athletic scholarship from UCLA Bruins women’s basketball team from 1974 to 1978.
Ann Meyers: Early life, Profession, and Career
since the NBC’s coverage of the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Meyers has been the women’s basketball analyst for NBC Sports. She was invited to a broadcasting job in the Chicago Bulls games in 1993, but she denied due to family considerations.
Previously, Meyers worked for NBC Sports as its lead WNBA analyst for full-time from 1997 to 2002 and she worked as an analyst on ESPN’s coverage of the WNBA. Meyers also telecasted “Hoop-It-Up” in 1994 and 1995. She served for various events including both men’s and women’s NCAA basketball games as an ESPN analyst since 1983.
She also served the Indiana Pacers as a color analyst which make her the first woman to do a game analysis for the team. Meyers helps the U.S. to win a silver medal at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal as women’s basketball made its Olympic debut, and she came back eight years later as an announcer for ABC Sports at the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984.
She has covered a wide variety of sports for major networks in the U.S, including Goodwill Games, men’s and women’s college basketball, and NCAA softball and volleyball held in 1986, 1990 and 1994 respectively. She attended Phoenix Suns broadcasting in 2012 as a color analyst.
Ann Meyers: Lifetime Achievements and Awards
Meyers became the Winner of the Honda award for basketball and The Honda-Broderick Cup for all sports in 1978. When she was inducted into the International Women’s Sports Hall of Fame, she received her first Hall of Fame membership in 1985.
She was honored in a ceremony in Pauley Pavilion on February 3, 1990, along with Denise Curry, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Bill Walton. In 1995, She was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame. Meyers received the Mel Greenberg Media Award in 1999 presented by the WBCA. Meyers was honored as a Wooden All-Time All-American in 2001 by the Wooden Award. She received 2003 NCAA Silver Anniversary Awards.
Ann Meyers: Salary and the Net worth
The records of her salary and the net worth are not available at the current time.
Ann Meyers: Rumors and Controversy
There are no such rumors and controversy related to her personal life available at the current moment.
Ann Meyers: Body Measurement
Meyers is 5 feet 9 inch tall with a weight of 61 Kg. She has a blonde hair and brown eyes.
Ann Meyers: Social Media
She seems to be active on Twitter with over 1.4k followers. She is not active on other social media like Facebook and Instagram