Kevin Eschenfelder Biography
Kevin Eschenfelder is an American sportscaster who is currently working as a host of “Houston Basketball Central” on AT&T SportsNet Southwest. Eschenfelder also works in radio as the play-by-play announcer for Houston Cougars football games since their start in the American Athletic Conference in the year 2013.
Kevin Eschenfelder Age
Eschenfelder’s age is not known.
Kevin Eschenfelder Height
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Kevin Eschenfelder Family
Kevin’s father served as a statistician and a spotter for the Houston Oilers when Eschenfelder was in elementary school, giving him access to the radio press box at the Astrodome. At the age of 15, he started helping his dad keep statistics for the Houston Astros and Houston Oilers.
Kevin Eschenfelder Education
Eschenfelder was educated at Dulles High School in Sugar Land, Texas and during his senior year at Dulles, he began working as a statistician for the Home Sports Entertainment (HSE) network as well as interned at Newsradio 740 KTRH. He studied at Alvin Community College, where he worked as the voice announcer for Alvin High School sporting events on KACC (the on-campus radio station for ACC). Just prior to he graduated from Alvin Community College, Eschenfelder got hired as a play-by-play announcer for Houston Baptist University at HSE.
Kevin Eschenfelder Wife
Kevin has kept his personal life private.
Kevin Eschenfelder Salary
Eschenfelder receives an average salary of between $24,292 and $72,507 per year.
Kevin Eschenfelder Fox Sports Net
Eschenfelder joined Home Sports Entertainment which was later named Fox Sports Net, full-time in June 1991 and served pre-and postgame shows for 17 seasons, with stints in Dallas-Fort Worth as well as Houston. His pre-and postgame commitments consist of coverage of the Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, and San Antonio Spurs NBA teams as well as the Dallas Stars NHL team. During baseball season, he anchored shows for the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers and has said his favorite memory with HSE/Prime Sports/FSN was Game 6 of the 2005 National League Championship Series when the Astros clinched their first pennant.
Eschenfelder became popular to Houston viewers during Rockets and Astros games as the in-studio host for “Club House,” a pre-game show that later evolved “Southwest Sports Tonight.” Southwest Sports Tonight was a half-hour program on FSN Southwest as well as its Houston-area feed, FSN Houston, but also complemented its regional news program, the “Southwest Sports Report” on non-event nights. Eschenfelder also contributes to calling college football and basketball play-by-play for the Southland Conference, Southwest Conference, Big 12 Conference, as well as WAC.
Kevin Eschenfelder Net Worth
Eschenfelder has an estimated Net Worth of $11 million.