Kayla Braud Biography and Wikipedia
Kayla Braud is an American former professional softball player and analyst who serves as a college softball analyst for ESPN and SEC Network. She is also recognized as the 2012 National Champion and is the Alabama Softball Alum. Kayla notably played for the University of Alabama from the year 2009 to 2012.
Kayla Braud Age and Birthday
Braud was born on August 1st in Eugene, Oregon, United States of America. Braud is thought to be in her mid -20’s as of 2021. Her exact age and date of birth will be updated soon when established.
Kayla Braud Height
Former professional softball player and analyst Kayla is of average stature, She stands at 5 feet 6 inches with average weight.
Kayla Braud Education
Braud Prepped at Marist High School in Eugene, Oregon. She later attended the University of Alabama where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations.
Kayla Braud Family, Parents, Siblings
The college softball analyst for ESPN is the daughter Daughter of Denny and Kelli Braud. She has three siblings; a sister named Megan and two brothers, Joey and Andrew.
Kayla Braud Husband
Moving on to her marital affairs, the famed analyst is happily married to her long-time boyfriend David. The romantic duo got married on August 22, 2017.
Kayla Braud Salary
According to ESPN Analyst salaries, Kayla receives an average salary ranging from $34,359 to $88,399 a year.
Kayla Braud Net Worth
Kayla Braud has an estimated net worth ranging from $300,000 to $700,000 as of 2021. This amount is from her career as an analyst among other investments.
Kayla Braud ESPN
Upon graduating from the university, she got a job as a college softball analyst in the spring of 2014. She contributed to ESPN’s regular and as a postseason softball as a color commentator and studio analyst.
Kayla was also listed to the original cast of Rally Cap on SEC Network, joining host Dari Nowkhah and analyst David Dellucci in the clubhouse to break down each week of the SEC softball and baseball season.
Braud captured the 2012 Women’s College World Series crown with the University of Alabama and being honored as a three-time All-American (2011-2013) during her time with the Tide as well as named the 2013 Senior CLASS winner, which honors the attributes of NCAA Division I senior student-athletes in four areas: community, classroom, character, and competition.