Mike DiPasquale is an accomplished American journalist who currently holds the position of Sports Anchor at 7 News. He has been a part of WSVN since 1997 and is known for his extensive coverage across all editions of 7 News throughout the week. Additionally, he contributes to the Sunday night program, Sports Xtra, on WSVN. Before joining WSVN, Mike had a successful career as a sports/news anchor and reporter in Cleveland, Ohio.
So, his age is currently not available to the public. Therefore, the information will be updated when available.
Mike DiPasquale Education
Mike attended the College of Wooster and graduated with a degree in communication and history.
Family, wife, and children
He was born and raised in Akron, Ohio but has not made open much about his family members. Again, it is known that he is married to a lady by the name of Ashley Muszynski. Although, not much is disclosed about her and whether they have children or not.
Mike DiPasquale Career
Mike a highly acclaimed journalist, has a remarkable career that spans both local and national news. He has covered several significant events. These include the World Series, Super Bowl, the 1996 Olympic Park bombing, and Major League Baseball’s All-Star game while working for CNN and FOX News. His exceptional work has been recognized with the City of Cleveland’s Award for Excellence in Journalism and the Ohio Associated Press sports reporting award.
Beyond his journalism career, he also achieved success as an athlete. Therefore, he holds memberships in the U.S. Olympic Bobsled Federation and the U.S. Weightlifting Federation. Notably, he was a member of the 1995 national champion 4-man bobsled team and got second place in the 1994 Ohio Olympic Weightlifting competition. His athletic prowess continued with gold medal victories in Olympic Weightlifting at the Annual Sunshine State Games in 2009 and 2010.
Moreover, his accomplishments in weightlifting extend to national and international stages. He earned a bronze medal at the U.S. National Masters Olympic Weightlifting Championships and represented Team USA at the Master’s World Championships for Olympic Weightlifting in Denmark in 2014. Additionally, he achieved gold medals at the American Open One Arnold Classic Master Class in 2017 and the American Open 3 Masters in 2018, both held in Las Vegas. Again, he holds a U.S. National Masters Olympics Weightlifting Record in the 89kg class and currently serves on the U.S. Powerlifting Team. In the year 2019, he secured a Team USA Bronze Medal during the Pan American Championships in Olympic Weightlifting.
He has an estimated salary of about $70,000 – $125,000 and a net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million.