Stacy Paetz

Studio Host and Sideline Reporter


Stacy Paetz joined the Indiana Pacers’ broadcast team in 2004 as Studio Host and Sideline Reporter. Paetz also served as a reporter as part of TNT’s coverage of the 2008 NBA Playoffs.
Prior to joining FOX Sports, she hosted ESPN’s Scholastic Sports America, a weekly show dedicated to the top high school athletes in the nation. Paetz made her first on-air appearance on ESPN2 at just 19 years old.

While at ESPN, Paetz worked the sidelines for college football, Women’s College World Series, Little League World Series and NCAA Men’s Soccer Championships. Also during that time, she worked at the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta , ESPN’s X-Games and ESPN’s Sunday Night NFL.

Paetz also hosted NCAA football, soccer, volleyball and softball selection shows, Inside the Colts, CART Friday Night and Splash TV with Olympic swimmers.

Paetz has been featured in Sports Illustrated and Dime Magazine and was named Graduate of the Decade for Ball State University. She mentors children, speaks to several organizations across the country each year and is involved with Church and Community Services. Paetz is on the Board of Advisors for Stedman Graham with Athletes Against Drugs, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, FTW, Just Say Know and Sheltering Wings.


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