Kyndra de St Aubin

Soccer Game Analyst

A former Division I player and longtime soccer broadcaster, Kyndra de St. Aubin is a game analyst for FOX Sports’ coverage of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup™.

A former Division I player and longtime soccer broadcaster, Kyndra de St. Aubin is a game analyst for FOX Sports’ coverage of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup™.

GETTING HER START

A native of the Midwest, raised in Wisconsin, de St. Aubin graduated from the University of Minnesota, lettering twice as a member of the Golden Gophers’ soccer team. Upon graduation, she embarked on a career in the sports media, accepting a position at the ESPN Radio affiliate in Milwaukee. During that time, she covered the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks and baseball’s Milwaukee Brewers, gaining valuable experience at a young age.

COVERING THE GAME

Now a seasoned broadcaster, de St. Aubin boasts an impressive resume of soccer-related experiences across varying levels of the sport. For FOX Sports, she has appeared as part of the United States Women’s National Team coverage since 2011 and now moves into the booth for the 2015 competition. She has also called games for the Women’s Professional Soccer League, the National Women’s Soccer League and served as a sideline reporter for Major League Soccer, the International Guinness Cup and United States Men’s National Team matches. In 2012, she signed on for the launch of the Pac-12 Network, covering women’s soccer, basketball and softball. She also spent three years as a game analyst for the Big Ten Network, breaking down games for the conference in which she played during her college career at the Minnesota. Making her home in Phoenix, she has served in a reporter capacity covering each of the city’s four major professional teams for 98.7 FM, in addition to hosting a studio show on the station, “The Better Half.”

Kyndra de St Aubin Bio (660 kB, last updated December 2016)