Angie Mentink Biography
Angie Mentink was born on October 18th, 1972. She is an American sports TV personality and a former softball player who is now an anchor for Root Sports Northwest and a co-anchor of the TV Show, Mariners Live.
She played in college at Washington where she earned All American honors and went on to play in the women’s professional baseball league before she became a sports broadcaster.
She was born in Norfolk, Virginia. She grew up in a US Navy family and she attended multiple high schools, including Taft High School in Woodland Hills, California and Fort Mill High School in Fort Mill, South Carolina before she graduated from Corona del Sol High School in Temple, Arizona in 1990.
Angie Mentink Age
Angela Mentink was born on October 18th, 1972. She was born in Norfolk, Virginia. She is 46 years old as of 2018.Angie Mentink
Angie Mentink Husband
She is married to Jarrett Mentink and he was a former assistant basketball coach for Seattle Pacific University and now he is a professor and children’s book writer. The couple has two children.
Angie Mentink Net Worth| Salary
Having worked for FOX News for a long time, she earns a decent salary but her net worth is still under review and is unknown.
Angie Mentink Career| FOX News| Softball
An outfielder, Mentink started her school softball profession at Central Arizona College, gaining first-group NJCAA All-American distinctions in 1992 and being a piece of two NJCAA national title groups under mentor Clint Myers. In school, she changed to hit left-gave to give her a quicker time to initially base.
She moved to the University of Washington’s debut Washington Huskies softball crew. A third-group NFCA All-American honoree in 1994, Mentink turned into the main player in program history to procure both All-Pac-10 and All-American distinctions. She stole 59 bases in 63 endeavors and hit .472 her lesser year, both still school records starting at 2019. Her profession batting normal of .429 is additionally a school record. She was the main softball player enlisted into the Husky Hall of Fame, in 2001.
The US Olympic Softball crew named Mentink as a substitute on the 1996 group, yet she declined it to play for the Colorado Silver Bullets, the principal ladies’ expert baseball crew since 1954. In 1995, her first year, she began 40 games for the Silver Bullets, hitting .221, and was paid $20,000 and boundless Coors Light. In 1996, she hit .241, preceding resigning from her expert playing profession. In 1997, she filled in as an associate softball mentor for the University of Washington.
Mentink started her telecom profession with Fox Sports Northwest (presently Root Sports Northwest), first as an understudy then in 1998 as a journalist covering the Seattle Mariners and Seattle Seahawks. She fills in as co-stay for “Sailors All Access”, a pre-and post-game show on Root Sports Northwest. At that point known as Angie Arlati, Mentink quickly remotely moored the Detroit Sports Report for Fox Sports Detroit.
Mentink shares her personal battle with breast cancer and the importance of early detection