Former USA Softball player Jennie Finch arrives at the 2012 ESPY Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on July 11, 2012 in Los Angeles, California Model Adriana Lima onstage during the 2008 ESPY Awards held at NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE on July 16, 2008 in Los Angeles, California. The 2008 ESPYs will air on Sunday, July 20 at 9PM ET on ESPN Colombian singer Shakira (L) arrives to attend the FIFA ballon d'or ceremony on January 9, 2012 at the Kongresshaus in Zurich
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She's gone from supermodel to super mom in a matter of years. Former Maxim model Amanda Marcum Enfield became the talk of the NCAA tournament when her husband's team at the time, Florida Gulf Coast, made a magical run to the Sweet 16. Now, she can say she's married to the USC men's basketball coach after Andy Enfield accepted the Trojans job opening.
Andy Murray's mom is one of the most outrageous sports moms on Twitter. She's so good that she made our list of sports personalities to follow. Her tweets about Feliciano Lopez turned a lot of heads, but she was just callin' it like she saw it. She ought to get a good gift from Andy, who had the best year of his life in 2012, winning the US Open for his first Grand Slam title and winning Olympic gold in front of his countrymen in London.
Pop star Shakira, who is married to soccer player Gerard Pique, recently gave birth to the couple's first child, Milan Pique Mebarak. One thing the child should not lack when he gets older is dance moves. The Colombian cutie showed off her best while performing at halftime of the 2010 NBA All-Star Game.
The gold-medal winning softball star is the mother of three. She married former big league pitcher Casey Daigle in 2005 and retired from competitive softball in 2010. And she claims to have struck out some impressive major leaguers, too. Take a look at Finch in action over the years.
The wife of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Gisele made a name for herself long before marrying Tom Terrific. She hit the mainstream in a big way as a Victoria's Secret model, so sexy that even Erin Andrews called the Brazilian her "ultimate mega-crush." But she also made headlines in the sports world when she criticized former New England wideout Wes Welker after the Patriots' loss to the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI. She also took the brunt of the blame for these dance moves by Brady. The couple welcomed their second child, a daughter named Vivian Lake, in December. Want more Gisele? Here you go.
We know what you're thinking: Who? Susie Sanchez made the Oakland Raiders' cheerleading squad two years ago when she was a 37-year-old grandmother. Now 39, she recently tried out for the Cowboys cheerleading squad. She didn't make the cut — look what she was up against! — but you gotta give her props for trying. Historical note: Apparently she wasn't the first grandma cheerleader in the NFL.
Vanessa met Kobe Bryant when she was 17 and has been married to him for 12 years, standing by him through his cheating scandal in 2003 and reconciling with him after filing for divorce in 2011. They have two daughters, Natalia, 10, and Gianna Maria-Onore, 7. Bryant's Mother's Day gift will have a hard time topping his birthday gift to Vanessa this year: He flew in the chef from her favorite restaurant in Italy to cook for her.
The Swedish beauty met Tiger Woods when she was a 21-year-old nanny to golfer Jesper Parnevik, and the two married in 2004 and had two children together (daughter Sam, 5, and son Charlie, 4) before she divorced him in 2010 following his cheating scandal. Nordegren, who had plenty to say after the divorce, has since reportedly dated NHL player Douglas Murray, though the National Enquirer reported that Tiger wanted her back earlier this year, and the two were spotted together at a youth baseball game. Here's a look at the couple in happier times.
You probably know her from "The Girls Next Door", the reality show that exposed her life as a Playboy model and girlfriend of Hugh Hefner, but these days Wilkinson is married to former NFL receiver Hank Baskett and has a 3-year-old son, Hank Baskett IV. She still dabbles in reality TV — she recently battled Katherine Webb in a trivia contest on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" — but sports fans love her most because one of her career goals is to be a sportscaster. She already has been a blogger for the Philadelphia Eagles, for whom Hank played and her mom once served as a cheerleader.
Reece, now 43, is the most famous women's volleyball player on the planet and is married to one of the most famous surfers on the planet: Laird Hamilton. They have two daughters together, Reece, 9, and Brody Jo, 5, and also are raising Hamilton's daughter from a previous marriage, Izabella. Along with being a world-class athlete, Reece has been a model, gracing the covers of numerous magazines (including Playboy), a sports TV host and a fitness guru.
She's wowed us as a slam-dunking star, first as a two-time NCAA champ at Tennessee and then as the first player to win WNBA MVP and Rookie of the Year in the same season (2008 with the Sparks). She also won gold at the Olympics in 2008 and 2012. But maybe most impressive is that Parker earned second-team All-WNBA honors in 2009 despite missing almost a full month due to the birth of daughter Lailaa, and led the Sparks to the Finals. That kid's gonna have some good basketball genes: Parker is married to former NBA player Shelden Williams.
Beckham, also known as Posh Spice, was a hot commodity before she married soccer icon David Beckham and created sports' supreme power couple: Posh and Becks. The former Spice Girl has been married for 13 years and has four children with Beckham: sons Brooklyn (14), Romeo (10) and Cruz (8), and daughter Harper (1). While Becks, now 38, has remained relevant in the world of soccer, winning a second straight MLS Cup title with the LA Galaxy in December, Posh, now 39, has remained relevant as a fashion designer and even joined a Spice Girls reunion for the Closing Ceremony of last year's London Games.
When you have won eight Grand Slam singles titles and 60 ATP titles, made more than $31 million in prize money and you're still the second-most successful tennis player in your household, just as Andre Agassi is, you know you've found the right lady. Graf won 22 Grand Slam singles titles, second among male and female players only to Margaret Court's 24. She retired in 1999 and married Agassi in 2001. They have two children, son Jaden (11) and daughter Jaz (9). In his 2011 Hall of Fame speech, Agassi thanked tennis for his life and "the woman who still takes my breath away every day, Stefanie Graf."
Layla and her husband, football coach Lane Kiffin, have two daughters, Landry and Pressley, and a 4-year-old son, Monte Knox Kiffin, who is named after Lane's dad, longtime football coach Monte Kiffin (who resigned as USC's defensive coordinator after last season and took the same job with the Cowboys). The boy's middle name was inspired by Knoxville, where Lane Kiffin was coaching when his son was born, and is an awkward reminder of Kiffin's one year at the University of Tennessee, which ended when he bolted for the USC job — and left a nation of Vols fans cursing his name. (In an interview with Govolsxtra.com, Layla said, "I told Lane we better do good because I don't ever want to leave.") After a strong 2011, Kiffin's Trojans went from being last year's preseason No. 1 to finishing unranked, putting Kiffin on the hot seat. Stand by your man, Layla.
You might recognize the Brazilian model as a longtime Victoria's Secret Angel, but did you know she's married to former NBA player Marko Jaric? Have you ever heard of Marko Jaric? The 34-year-old Serbian played for the Clippers, Timberwolves and Grizzlies in seven seasons, so clearly, marrying the supermodel and fathering two daughters, Valentina (3) and Sienna (8 months), is the best thing he has accomplished. Want more of this Angel? Here you go. WANT MORE? Check out these athlete moms with athlete kids