David Reichel came into limelight after getting married to beautiful and talented, Tracy Wolfson, the lead reporter for CBS' NCAA Men's Basketball tournament.
He is a professional basketball player who was born on December 20, 1984. He was born to parents Elaine Reichel and Stanley Reichel. He is now 43 years.
Let's look at some interesting and unknown facts about David Reichel.
What's His Net Worth?
Reichel has an estimated net worth of $2 million. He makes his income through his professional career as a basketball player. He has played for a team like Santurtzi, Iberostar Tenerife, and Esch.
Likewise, his wife, Tracy Wolfson has an approximate net worth of $4 million, she increases her net worth from her career as a journalist. Her net worth is $2.4 million more compared to fellow journalist, Lindsay Rhodes. She is the Emmy Award winner for her outstanding performances in the shows.
In addition, her other source of income is from some sponsors and advertisements. Wolfson is the Nike female sports announcer brand ambassador as well.
Married Life With Tracy Wolfson
The basketball player, David Reichel tied the knot with his girlfriend, Tracy Wolfson on New Year's Eve on December 31, 2001. The pair first met while they were at Michigan University, where David was senior to Tracy. They started dating after their graduation and took their relationship to the next level. The duo shares three sons together.
Father of Three Son
As mentioned before, Reichel is blessed with three sons with her wife. The family of five-member is living happily in New Jersey. They kept their children's names, Dylan Reichel, Ari Reichel, and Evan Reichel. All sons attended events with their parents. The parents spend more time with children.
Wife's Charity Works
Not only the journalist, but she has also been involved with numerous charities. She presented events and supported a fundraiser with Englewood Hospital, the March of Dimes, and the Ryan Foundation. Wolfson has engaged with NFL Play 60, the foundation of Diabetes Research.
Tracy's Broadcasting Career
In 2000, Tracy began her on-air broadcasting career as a sports program host, reporter, and producer at WZBN-TV in Trenton, New Jersey. Later, she worked for Oxygen Sports, Long Island News Tonight, and News-12 Long Island. From CBS sports, she started a professional career as Researcher, working on U.S. Open Tennis, the 1998 Winter Olympics, 1997 Final Four, and many more.