John Buccigross has been an anchor for ESPN as a sportscaster since 1996. He is among the accomplished golfers which we can find at ESPN.
Not only a successful anchor but John Buccigross has also turned out to be a successful husband to his wife Melissa Buccigross and a great father to his kids. The 25 years of successful marriage is the evidence of him being a great family person.
John Bucccigross' wife Melissa Buccigross
John Buccigross married Melissa Buccigross on 14 September1991. John was mesmerized by the beauty of the Italian girl Melissa and eventually fell in love with her. Rumors stated that their wedding took place in an Italian style.
It has already been twenty-five years since the couple got married and still it seems like they are enjoying every moment of their married life.
John has always managed to keep his personal life private and away from the media even though there is only a little information available we can surely assume that the pair is very happy and still in so much in love with each other.
John Buccigross and his children
John Buccigross and Melissa Buccigross are blessed with three children, two sons, and a beautiful daughter. His elder son is named Brett Buccigross and younger son, Jack Buccigross.
Similarly, his daughter is named Malorie Buccigross. Although his children are away from the limelight we can assume that they are very decent and disciplined just like their parents.
ESPN sportscaster John Buccigross
John Buccigross joined ESPN as an ESPNEWS anchor in 1996. Among the long list of ESPN journalist who has been famous for their incredible work, John is one of them.
Prior to the launch of the 24-hour sports news network, he was the primary host of ESPN2’s 30-minute program dedicated to hockey highlights. Currently, John serves as the play-by-play voice of the NCAA Hockey Championship and similarly, since 2001, he has also been a weekly ESPN.com columnist.
During his entire career, he has cover almost all the important news and has also won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Digital Journalism Award. Prior to ESPN, John was working at WPRI-TV and local news network, Cape 11 News.