Alicia Sacramone Quinn
Olympic silver medalist Alicia Sacramone Quinn joined ESPN as a gymnastics analyst in 2015. She is regularly partnered with fellow Olympian John Roethlisberger on SEC Network’s signature gymnastics franchise Friday Night Heights. Quinn’s assignments span several conferences and platforms, including the NCAA Championship.
Quinn was captain of the 2008 Olympic team that won the silver medal and won 10 World Championships medals during her career, including team gold in 2007 and 2011, floor exercise gold in 2005 and vault gold in 2010. Winning six national titles on vault, one title on beam and two on floor, she was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2016 – alongside 2007 World Championships teammates and fellow ESPN commentators Bridget Sloan and Samantha Peszek – and the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2017. Quinn holds the U.S. record for the most individual vault titles with a total of six vault crowns.
She works nationally as a clinician and choreographer, and was recently named the Strategic Lead for the USA Gymnastics’ Women’s Program. Quinn oversees strategic planning and guides the overall direction of the high performance program. She focuses on the program as a whole and the overarching strategy for the National Team while also making the holistic development of individual athletes, physically and mentally, a top priority.
Quinn is a graduate of Brown University and is married to former Notre Dame quarterback and TV analyst Brady Quinn. They reside in Florida with their three daughters.