Andraya Carter ESPN Has A Wife, Take A Look At Bre Austin Wedding Photos

ESPN Analyst, Reporter & Co-Host Andraya Carter on SC with SVP for the first time
ESPN Analyst, Reporter & Co-Host Andraya Carter on SC with SVP for the first time( Source : instagram )

Andraya Carter, the beloved wife of Bre Austin, is an analyst and reporter for ESPN. 

Carter is the correspondent and reporter at the ESPN network. She covered college basketball and the professional League Women's National Basketball Association. Also, she is the co-host of the show Out of Pocket alongside Alyssa Lang. 

Previously, Carter was a basketball player who used to play for Tennesse Lady Volunteers Basketball. In 2016, the analyzer ended her basketball career and started her passion in sports as a reporter. The few games provided by Tennessee basketball games gave her a seasonal contract. 

As an analyst, Carter covered the NBA G League. She even served as an instructor for Orange Theory for a fitness center. 

Andraya Carter ESPN Has A Wife

Carter married her wife, Bre Austin. Before the relationship, the couple was rumored to be good friends. Later the pair developed feeling for each other. According to various sources, the analyst and her wife crossed the path in the fitness center while working on her career phase. 

Andraya made an impression as a fitness trainer at Orange Theory Fitness Buckhead. After meeting her, they started to have emotions. After several years of dating, the couple tied the Knot. Bre is a skilled makeup artist and hairstylist. 

Andraya Carter married 2019 her love Bre Austin
Andraya Carter married 2019 her love Bre Austin( Source : projectq )

Carter and his wife is living a blissful married life. However, the pair have not planned for their kids. Moreover, Carter is an analyst born in Flowery Branch, Georgia. She completed her high school at Buford High School. She used to play basketball during her school days. 

Carter played for coach Gene Durden. He taught the analyst about multimedia presentations in class. She assisted her team to win Class 2A state championships for the Lady Wolves. However, due to the injury, Carter missed her senior season. 

Bre Austin And Andraya Carter's Wedding Photos

Danielle and Maria Clabough shot the wedding pictures of Bre Austin and Andraya Carter this June 2019 for a Q magazine cover feature. The post included The photographers at the queer-owned Love Is Love Office.

However, Carter has not shared her wedding photos on her social sites. Recently, she shared the post with athlete Diamond DeShields. She pinned, 'How much I love and respect you is as limitless as your resilience, courage, and heart @diamonddoesit1.'

Carter added that she would never forget surprising her after her surgery and seeing how, even at the athlete's lowest. Dimond extended kindness to every single person she interacted.

Sports broadcaster Kayce Smith, a girlfriend of Nathan Sebesta, is an anchor of the Barstool College Football show. She announced her unexpected pregnancy on her website.

Andraya Carter And Bre Austin Have Been Married For Three Years

Carter and Austin married in June 2019. The wedding photos were for Q magazine. Also, it was the gorgeous Atlanta wedding by a queer village of vendors and venues. The couple was happily together for three years. 

Austin may be supportive of Carter's career. In her school days, she ranked number 21 by She was named a prospect nationally for the class of 2012. She later accepted a scholarship to play for the University of Tennesse Women's Basketball Team. 

Andraya Carter and Bre Austin posing for their wedding photoshoot
Andraya Carter and Bre Austin posing for their wedding photoshoot( Source : projectq )

At an early age, Carter admires Lady Vols and coach Pat Summitt. She was the last player to sing with American women's college basketball head coach Summitt. In seasons 2012 to 13, the athlete played five games. Nonetheless, she faced injury again. 

For the 2013–14 season, Carter was honored SEC All-Freshmen Team. After mounting injuries, she retired as a junior player and ended her career as a basketball player. 

Emily Caplan is an reporter, national hockey writer, and reporter for The Walt Disney Company's coverage of the National Hockey League.

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