Chantel can be seen on Golf Channel's live broadcasts of the PGA and LPGA Tours, and is a host/reporter for the network's flagship shows Golf Central and Morning Drive. She has also joined Golf Channel's coverage of the PGA Tour Champions and Web.com Tour, along with the World Long Drive and NCAA Championships.
Chantel got her broadcasting start at her alma mater, covering the University of New Hampshire hockey team for the Hockey East Conference. Soon after, she joined NESN and covered the Boston Red Sox, the 2011 Stanley Cup Champion Bruins, and the rise of extreme sports. She also hosted NESN's golf travel show (simulcasted on Fox Sports Florida) and a weekly lacrosse show for CBS Sports.
And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Chantel moved to the ABC affiliate in Springfield, MA, where her versatility shined through. She was the lead crime reporter, while also covering President Obama's visit to the city and investigating welfare fraud, among many other major stories.
Chantel had a deep passion for hockey during her childhood in New England. After less than a year in Springfield, Fox Sports Carolinas hired her as the pre-game show host and sideline reporter for the Carolina Hurricanes...at the age of just 22. She also worked with NHL Network, recapping each night's playoff action for NHL.com and serving as a network correspondent during the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals.
During the 2016 presidential primaries, Chantel couldn't resist following the campaign trail back to her home state as an anchor/reporter for NH1. She conducted one-on-one interviews with Dr. Ben Carson, Sen. Lindsey Graham and delivered the news of Sen. Bernie Sanders' win in the First in the Nation State.
Chantel joined Golf Channel and moved to Orlando in August 2016. Some of her most memorable assignments include interviewing Jordan Spieth following his hole-out from the bunker to win the 2017 Travelers Championship playoff (his 10th career title); reporting from the Solheim Cup as the U.S. defeated Europe; and an emotional interview with Shawn Stefani after he secured his PGA Tour card at the Web.com Tour Championship.