Tracy Wolfson is host of the Network’s new college football studio show “Tackling The Trends,” which airs Wednesday’s throughout the season. Wolfson is CBS Sports’ lead college football reporter, working with Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson. She is in her eighth year as a reporter for CBS Sports as part of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship coverage. In 2009, Wolfson served as lead reporter at the Final Four and Championship game in Detroit for both CBS and CBS Sports Network. In addition, she was a host for CBS College Sports Network’s NCAA MARCH MADNESS CENTRAL and the official NCAA Tournament highlight show NCAA MARCH MADNESS HIGHLIGHTS.
In 2008, Wolfson served as reporter for CBS Sports Network’s coverage of the Final Four and Championship game in San Antonio. In 2004 and 2005 she served as a sideline reporter for tournament games, and in 2004 she hosted "The NCAA Tournament Show presented by Spike TV." That same year, Wolfson began her role as the lead reporter for the Network's coverage of college football. Additionally, she served as a reporter for the network's late night and weekend broadcasts of the 2004 and 2005 U.S. Open Tennis Championships. Throughout the year, Wolfson also covers Auto Racing, Skiing, Ice Skating, Gymnastics, Track and Field and Rodeo.
Prior to CBS, Wolfson served as an anchor for the Madison Square Garden Network on Sports Desk and “Talk of our Town,” and was a reporter for “College Hoops,” “Angles,” “Metro Soccer Report” and “Tee to Green.” She also worked for ESPN as Host/Reporter covering U.S. Open Golf, college football and Arena Football (2002-03). Wolfson began her on-air broadcasting career in 2000 at WZBN-TV in Trenton, N.J. as a sports anchor, reporter and producer. She also has worked for Oxygen Sports, Long Island News Tonight and News-12 Long Island. Wolfson began her professional career at CBS Sports in 1997 as a Researcher, working on U.S. Open Tennis, the 1998 Winter Olympics and the 1997 NCAA Final Four.
Wolfson graduated with a degree in Communications from the University of Michigan. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two sons.