Scott Van Pelt Net Worth 2021: How Much Is Scott Worth?

Scott Van Pelt is a beloved American sportscaster and talk show host. He graces the desks at ESPN, serving as a co-host on SVP & and Russillo. Van Pelt has hosted various golf events for the network before leaving for his own solo anchor job on SportsCenter is home away from homes. Now let’s see how Scott’s career began and just how much money he made along the way.

Scott Van Pelt Net Worth As Of 2019: $16 Million

Early Life: 1966-2009


Scott Van Pelt was born on August 4th, 1966 in Brookeville, Maryland. Van Pelt spent a lot of his childhood in and around the Washington D.C. area. Scott always had a love for sports growing up. Van Pelt imagined himself having a career in the sports industry at a young age and began preparing. After he graduated from Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring, Maryland, Van Pelt went on to the University of Maryland in 1988. Scott discovered his love for radio, television, and film. Once he realized he could combine his love of sports with his love of television he was unstoppable. Soon after receiving his degree, Van Pelt began his career in sportscasting at WTTG-TV part of the Fox network.
In 1990, Scott went to work for the Golf Channel. This is where he worked from 1995 to 2000. His position was as a studio host for some of the Golf Channel’s signature programs. In 2001 he left the channel to head to ESPN and live out his childhood dream. This is where Scott found his place in SportsCenter.
Van Pelt became one of the network’s top golf correspondents. Scott covered major tournaments, including the Masters. He also became a favored radio personality for ESPN Radio. Van Pelt co-hosted Tirico and Van Pelt alongside Mike Tirico. Following that show’s cancellation, Van Pelt received his own three-hour program block, titled The Scott Van Pelt Show in 2009.


2009-Present

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ESPN renamed the Scott Van Pelt Show as SVP & Russillo in October of 2012. Van Pelt is currently a studio present for Friday night college football on the ESPN network. Van Pelt has also taken on a virtual reality career by appearing as a commentator in golf video games. He’s been featured on EA Sports’ Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11. Scott even tried his hand at comedy in Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am.
In May 2015, Van Pelt announced that he would leave his radio show on ESPN to work full time as a solo anchor for the midnight-edition of SportsCenter. The midnight show he took part in reviewed the sports events from the day and included impromptu commentary from Van Pelt. This allowed Scott to use his radio skills to their full potential.
I can’t wait to see where he takes his sportscasting career next. Whether it’s golf, college football or his own radio show. Scott true shines in every aspect of sports journalism. Van Pelt’s sports career isn’t slowing down anytime soon and were all along for the ride!

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2019

Scott Van Pelt won some brownie points in his fans’ heart as kept his promise to late Tyler Trent and saved his super fan a seat on his show.

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