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- Tracy Wolfson
Tracy Wolfson is a six-time Emmy Award-nominated reporter for CBS Sports. She was named THE NFL ON CBS’s lead game reporter in May 2014 and once again teams with the lead announce team of Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on THE NFL ON CBS’s top game each week, as well as CBS Sports’ Thanksgiving and Christmas games, the AFC Playoffs and the AFC Championship Game. Wolfson was on the sidelines as lead reporter for Super Bowl LV (2021), Super Bowl LIII (2019), Super Bowl 50 (2016) and also serves as the lead reporter for CBS Sports’ coverage of the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship. She has been the lead reporter on the Final Four since 2008.
Additionally, Wolfson serves as a panelist on CBS Sports' WE NEED TO TALK, the first-ever nationally-televised all-female sports show.
In 2022, she was named one of the Cynopsis Top Women in Media in the Game Changing On-Air Talent category.
Wolfson served 10 years as the lead college football reporter for CBS Sports’ coverage of the Southeastern Conference working with one of the top broadcast teams in the country in Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson since 2004.
In addition to college football she also worked select NFL games, including the AFC Wild Card, Divisional and Championship games, as well as coverage of Super Bowl XLVII.
Wolfson has been involved with coverage of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, Auto Racing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Ice Skating, Gymnastics, Track and Field and Rodeo for the Network. In addition, she has anchored the CBS Sports Desk throughout the year and hosted “At the Half” during basketball season. Wolfson also has contributed in various ways as a host and reporter for CBS Sports Network.
Wolfson served as a reporter for Turner Sports for select NBA regular-season and playoff games. Prior to CBS, Wolfson served as an anchor/reporter for the Madison Square Garden Network and also worked for ESPN as a Host/Reporter covering U.S. Open Golf, College Football and Arena Football (2002-03).
Wolfson began her on-air broadcasting career in 2000 at WZBN-TV in Trenton, N.J. as a sports anchor, reporter and producer. She has worked for Oxygen Sports, Long Island News Tonight and News-12 Long Island. Wolfson began her professional career at CBS Sports in 1997 as a researcher working on U.S. Open Tennis, the 1998 Olympic Winter Games and the 1997 NCAA Final Four.
Raised in Congers, N.Y., Wolfson graduated with a degree in communications from the University of Michigan and currently resides in the New York City area with her husband and three sons.