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Mark Skol Jr Biography
Mark Skol Jr is an American Broadcast Journalist, Anchor, and Reporter currently working as a Sports Reporter and Weekend Anchor for WNDU 16 since 2018. He hosted a weekly sports debate show called “College Crossfire” for Texas Student TV, wrote for The Daily Texan and called play-by-play for local high school sporting events on SHNSports.com. He also interned for the NBC affiliates in Houston and Austin, and for ESPN’s Longhorn Network.
Mark Skol Jr Age
Mark was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and lived just down the road from NASA’s Johnson Space Center. His information about the exact date of birth is not yet confirmed.
Mark Skol Jr Education
Mark attended and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin where he studied his Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. He also attended the Moody College of Communication and earned his business certificate from the McCombs School of Business.
Mark Skol Jr Family
Mark is the oldest of three siblings. His sister Claire is studying nursing at Texas, while his little brother Pete is in high school. In his free time, Mark likes playing pickup basketball, talking trash about his friend’s fantasy football teams (not just during football season) and watching his beloved Chicago sports teams.
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Mark is somehow private when it comes to matters concerning his personal life. He has not yet confirmed his relationship or marital status.
Mark Skol Jr Career
A week after graduation, he began his career at WNDU. At Texas, he hosted a weekly sports debate show called “College Crossfire” for Texas Student TV, wrote for The Daily Texan and called play-by-play for local high school sporting events on SHNSports.com. He also interned for the NBC affiliates in Houston and Austin, and for ESPN’s Longhorn Network. Through his internships, Mark covered all Longhorns sports, NCAA Basketball’s Final Four and the 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros.
Mark lives and breathes sports. In fact, the first college football game he ever attended was the 2007 Notre Dame – Duke game, and the first game he ever covered as a journalist was the 2015 Notre Dame – Texas game. Both Irish wins (Don’t remind him about the 38-3 Irish win over the Longhorns).
Mark is excited to call South Bend home. He is thrilled not just to be covering the Fighting Irish but all local sports in the Michiana area.