This past weekend, ESPN college football reporter Molly McGrath took a big personal step. McGrath, who got engaged last June, officially tied the know with her now-husband Max Dorsch.
McGrath posted a number of photos on Instagram from the event. From the looks of it, all went well. There’s no word on whether she’ll be changing her professional name just yet. Some at ESPN have – including Sam Ponder, who used to go by Sam Steele.
Dorsch appears to be in the real estate investments field. It looks like they’re off to a good start becoming a power couple.
Check out the photos – it looks like they got a great day for a wedding:
It looks like at least a few from the sports field were in attendance, as well. Julie Stewart-Binks, who has had stints at ESPN, FOX and Barstool, posted a pic of herself with the bride.
What an absolutely incredible weekend celebrating @mollyamcgrath & @max.dorsch with such a loving group of family and friends. The amount of love and positivity and FUN that follows these two is evident in all the special people they keep close. I was lucky enough to see the sparks fly between them early on, and am so grateful to be friends with this beautiful, talented & glowing woman, and her extremely lucky and awesome husband. Sad this weekend is over!! . . . #campdorsch #laketahoe #weddingszn #golfszn #corncobszn #championstatus #newfriendsgalore #casualbogeys #canadaday #thisiswhyimsingle #nothisisntwhyyouresingle #casualemergencyfall #nancykerrigan #nance
McGrath, who is 29 years old, has worked a number of on-air sports jobs at FOX Sports, ESPN and more. She’s done a great job covering college football for the Worldwide Leader the past few years. She also hosted BattleBots in 2015.
Congrats to both McGrath and Dorsch.