Sarah Egnaczyk is an ordinary woman who came into the limelight after having a relationship with Matt Hasselbeck. She grabbed the media attention as the wife of Matt. Her husband Hasselbeck is a former American football quarterback and current analyst for ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown.

Matt Hasselbeck's wife Sarah Egnaczyk
Caption: Matt Hasselbeck's wife Sarah Egnaczyk

Sarah Egnaczyk Bio or Wiki

The celebrity wife, Sarah Egnaczyk born on 27th December 1975 in the United States of America. But her parents, details are missing and still under review. Her birth sign is Capricorn.

 Having American nationality, Sarah is of mixed ethnicity. She enrolled at the Boston College located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

 Sarah Egnaczyk Mother of three; Is She Still Married?

After marrying her husband Matt Hasselbeck, she became the mother of three kids. She met Matt at the age of  17 while they were athletes at Boston College. Her husband Hasselbeck. copied Sarah’s course schedule during registration to Ensure They Would Meet. Both of them pursued a business degree.

Sarah exchanged the wedding vows with her husband Matt on June 17, 2000, after dating for a long period of time. She became the mother of their first child, a daughter Annabelle Hasselbeck born in 2001. They welcomed their second daughter, Mallory Hasselbeck, born in the year 2003. Finally, they blessed with their third child a son Henry Hasselbeck born in the year 2005. 

Both of their daughters are part of the women's lacrosse team at Boston College. She is having a blissful married life with her celebrity husband and has been married for 19 years now. 

Net Worth of Sarah Egnaczyk

She just came into the limelight because of the celebrity wife. So there is no proper information on his professional career. As a result, it is hard to determine Sarah Egnaczyk's actual net worth. So she is enjoying her life as a celebrity wife. Also, her husband Matt has an expected net worth of $18 million.

He has won through his expert football player. He gains a yearly normal pay of $61.66k as an examiner for ESPN. From his 17-year-long NFL career, he procured around $88 million while $10.25 million came from the Colts from 2013-2015. 

In the year 2013, Matt marked a 2-year contract with the Colts worth $7.25 million with a yearly normal pay of about $3.625 million in the year 2013. In the year 2015, he won around $3 million as the pay the last agreement of his vocation. Essentially, he additionally claims a house worth around $5.6 million in Massachusetts. 

Charity of Hasselbeck Family

Sarah Egnaczyk with her husband has gotten dynamic with Charity, Water, an association that assists with bringing perfect and safe drinking water to individuals in non-industrial countries. She with her husband Matt went to Malawi to present with the association in a distant African town.

The charity organization held a motorcade for the family when they showed up and skilled them with a live chicken when they withdrew.

Sarah Egnaczyk Former Player

The celebrity wife Sarah is a former hockey player. She recorded 13 shutouts and scored nine goals during her senior season in high school. Also, she was awarded All-State honors. Then she enrolled at Boston College, where she served as a co-captain in her junior season as well as led the Eagles to their first-ever Big East championship after graduation.

She featured several times for the U.S Junior National Team at the national level. Sarah also participated in the U.S. Olympic Festival in the year 1995 and was an alternate for the year 1997 U.S National Team. She was elected into the Boston College Hall of Fame in the year 2002.

Who is  Sarah Egnaczyk Husband?

Her husband Matt Hasselbeck is a former American football quarterback and current analyst for ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown born on September 25, 1975. He played college football at Boston College and was drafted in the sixth round of the 1998 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. 

After a season on the practice squad and two seasons backing up Brett Favre, he was traded to the Seattle Seahawks in 2001. Hasselbeck led Seattle to six playoff appearances, including a Super Bowl loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers during the 2005 season. He was selected to three Pro Bowls in his career. Hasselbeck also played for the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts.