Mike Lynch Biography /Wikipedia
Mike Lynch is an American sports journalist working at WCVB Channel 5 at the moment. Lynch takes a special focus on his “High Five” high school sports series signature as well as the Thanksgiving night high school football special and many other main sports incidents.
Mike Lynch Age, Birthday, Nationality, and Ethnic Background
Lynch is 68 years old, born in Swampscott, the USA. However, his actual birthday is currently not known publicly. Nevertheless, he holds American nationality but his ethnic background still remains unclear.
Mike Lynch Height, Weight, and Other Measurements
Lynch stands an average height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.75 m). READ MORE: Chris Gasper WCVB, Bio, Age, Wife, Boston Globe, Salary & Net Worth
Mike Lynch Parents and Siblings Family Background
Lynch has not disclosed any information regarding his parents and siblings at the moment. However, Mike was brought up in the Boston suburb of Swampscott.
Mike Lynch Wife/ Spouse and Children
Lynch married Mary Ellen and the two are blessed with three daughters Kelly, Molly, and Katey. Furthermore, Mike and his family stayed in Winchester, MA.
Mike Lynch Education Background
Lynch was raised in the Boston suburb of Swampscott. In 1977, he attained his graduation from Harvard University. Furthermore, Mike played the first Crimson baseball team. During high error in college, Mike kicked and quarterbacked for Harvard team giving them a win in the 1975 Ivy League Football Championship.
Mike Lynch WCVB Wikipedia
Lynch workes at the network award-winning sports department at WCVB Channel 5. He majors on the Thanksgiving night high school football special, and his special signature high school sports series “High Five” as well as many other sports-related affairs.
In 1982 March, Mike became a part of the WCVB sports Team where he dwelled for 37 years. Also worked as the WCVB sports anchor for the weeknight for 34 years starting September 1985.
Furthermore, Lynch came up with a weekly NewsCenter 5 report “High Five” underlining the attainment of high school athletes. Nonetheless, the program has received much backlash as well as several honors for unrelenting coverage of high school athletes for more than three decades.
Moreover, Mike has played a key role in the “High 5 Salutes Thanksgiving Heroes,” yearly production. This is a wrap-up program at WCVB that entails all traditional high school football rivalries across the Bay State.
Moreover, Mike worked as the host of “Patriots All Access” a weekly sports program, and a broadcast commentator during Patriots pre-season games. Also as a behind-the-scenes look at New England’s NFL franchise between 1995 and 2008.
Mike has been very competitive at his work. Through his work SportsCenter, 5 received the United Press International Award for the country’s best sports reporting. Nonetheless, Lynch has been voted “Sportscaster of the Year”, Massachusetts by Sportscasters Association as well as the National Sportswriters 16 times.
Before joining WCVB- Boston, Mike worked with WMRE Radio, previously WITS, from 1977 to 1983. Moreover, at the moment, he was responsible for the Boston Bruins pre-game as well as the Boston Red Sox shows.
Additionally, he was the football broadcaster of the radio voice of Harvard University and also hosted a weeknight sports talk show. Careerwise, Lynch began his broadcasting job at WLYN Radio in Lynn in 1974. At this time, he was the color commentator for high school basketball as well as football broadcasts.
Mike Lynch Salary
Lynch earns a salary of $82,211. He works at WCVB – Channel 5 as a sports journalist.
Mike Lynch Net Worth
All over his working career, Mike has been able to make a significant amount of wealth. Lynch’s estimated net worth is $837,111
Mike Lynch WCCO
Lynch WORKED AT WCC for four decades as a meteorologist in Minnesota. However, the dedicated Mike announced his retirement during Dave Lee Wednesday morning show at about 6.52 AM.
Mike would always walk along with his microphone to give information about the strong storms in Minnesota regardless of time. He has always been the go-to information during any tremendous weather change happening.
Mike Lynch (Channel 5) Cancer
Lynch tweeted about the late Travis Roy who was diagnosed with bladder cancer. Roy had informed some of his friends that he was going to his residence in Vermont where he would not be a strain to his family and friends. Travis had been back and forth to Dana Faber in the recent past