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Sage Steele’s Husband Jonathan Bailey

Over the last few weeks, we have recieved a lot emails asking “Who is ESPN’s Sage Steele’s husband?”

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After doing a little research, here’s what we found.

Sage Steele’s husband is named Jonathan Bailey. They met at Indiana University. They have three children together.

In a 2010 interview with Indiana Alumni Magazine, Steele said:

“I was determined not to be 40 years old and say, ‘Oh my gosh, I have a great career and have achieved everything there, but what about at home? I met so many women in the business who seemed to have felt like they had to make a choice between career and family.

I was just determined to never have to make that choice, and was fortunate to meet that person who agreed that one could do both.”

That person, Jonathan Bailey, BS’93, came into Steele’s life in 1993. Steele went to the Wells Library on the IU Bloomington campus to meet a classmate, whom she admits to have had a crush on.

But when the classmate introduced her to his roommate — Bailey — a lifelong match emerged.

They married in 1999.

Today, Bailey stays home with the three Steele children, while Steele embarks on her career at ESPN — the place she dreamed of working since eighth grade.

Here’s a video of Sage, Jonathan and their 3 kids below:

1st, 2nd Photo Credit: Jonathan Bailey
3rd Photo Credit: ESPN

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