Antonietta Collins Biography
Birthday: November 22, 1985 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Mexico City, Mexico
Antonietta "Toni" Gonzalez-Collins is a Mexican-American news reporter and anchor on the ESPN show ‘Sportscenter.’ She is the daughter of the famous Mexican journalist and author María Antonieta Collins. She was in high school when she visited her sister in Canton, Ohio and found her calling on the University of Mount Union’s campus where she would eventually pursue media studies. She was a diligent student, and following graduation, she began to work as a production assistant in Miami. Later, she reported for CBS Sports Radio affiliate in St. Petersburg, Florida, covering the news on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Tampa Bay Lightning, and the University of South Florida football team. She landed her first on-camera gig in 2011 at the Univision’s Noticias 48/FOX2, the dual language news station in McAllen, Texas. In 2013, ESPN hired her as part of their digital team. Within three years, she became one of the hosts of Sportscenter, an internationally successful show.