Beth Mowins was an all-star athlete at Cicero-North Syracuse before embarking on a professional career in broadcasting. Mowins played basketball, soccer and was a shortstop in softball for the Northstars. She scored 1,245 career points in basketball from 1981-1985.
A 1989 graduate of Lafayette College, Mowins was a two-year basketball captain. She was the all-time season (200) and career assist leader (715) at Lafayette and was second in career steals (309) and seventh in career scoring (1,159).
She received her Masters degree in broadcasting from Syracuse University in 1990 and started her media career with Syracuse Cable Sports. She has been at ESPN since 1994 and has become a well-respected broadcaster and play-by-play announcer. She has worked a number of sports events in basketball, football, golf, volleyball, bowling and softball. Mowins calls NCAA championships in basketball, softball, soccer, tennis and volleyball. Her body of work includes calls of the NBA, college football, USA softball, USA soccer and USA hockey.
She was inducted into the Lafayette College Maroon Club Hall of Fame in 2005. Mowins has been a regular contributor to ESPN.com and is part of "Shoot Around with Beth & Debbie", the first national podcast of women's basketball.