Trey Wingo

Award-Winning Sportscaster

Trey Wingo is an award-winning sportscaster known primarily for his work at ESPN as the former co-host of Golic and Wingo, SportsCenter and NFL Live.

Wingo began his media career in 1987 with NBC News at Sunrise in New York City. He started at ESPN in 1997 as the play-by-play announcer for the Arena Football League telecasts. Wingo appeared on a 9/11 segment of SportsCenter with Bob Ley in which they announced that no NFL games would be played that week. He also hosted NFL Primetime, which aired after Monday Night Football.

In 2017, Wingo replaced Mike Greenberg as co-host of the popular ESPN morning radio show with Mike Golic. Wingo also did voice-overs in video games such as ESPN NFL 2K5. He created a podcast called More than Football: A Trey Wingo Podcast.

Wingo grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, and attended high school with Steve Young. He went to Baylor University and graduated in 1985. He won six Mid-America regional Emmy Awards for reporting, including three straight years for outstanding sports reporting.

Wingo is the son of Hal Wingo, the founding editor of People Magazine. Trey currently lives in Connecticut with his wife.