Ben Holden Biography – Ben Holden Wiki
Ben Holden is an American sportscaster and announcer with CBS Sports Network. He has also been and worked with the Big Ten Network. He calls college football, basketball, and ice hockey for the CBS Sports Network and has performed similar roles for the Big Ten Network and Comcast SportsNet. Previously, he was also the voice of the Lake Erie Monsters. He has even gone ahead to call football and hockey games for ESPNU and CBS College Sports Network.
For one season, he called games for the Indianapolis Indians. He also called the 2008 Stanley Cup Finals for National Hockey League (NHL) International as well and served as a sports anchor and reporter for WILX-TV. He is a recipient of two Emmy Awards; one which he won in 2007 and the other in 2008. He also has called college field hockey, softball, lacrosse, and soccer games for ESPN Plus. He also has called Arena football, Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) soccer, women’s college basketball, volleyball, and wrestling.
His television show is Arena Football on CBS. He is a longtime CBS Sport play-by-play announcer and reviews key aspects of Army’s crushing 64-6 win over Fordham. The hosts of the show are Ken Kraetzer and John Chuhran.
Ben Holden Age
He was born on November 3, 1970, in Lansing, Michigan, United States.
Ben Holden Nationality
He is American.
Ben Holden Net Worth
His estimated net worth is being updated.