BRISTOL, CT – APRIL 16: Shenise Johnson talks with ESPN broadcaster Holly Rowe after being drafted number five overall by the San Antonio Silver Stars during the 2012 WNBA Draft Presented By Boost Mobile on April 16, 2012 at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut. (Photo by Brian Babineau/NBAE/Getty Images)

ESPN reporter Holly Rowe has been an incredible inspirational figure as she has publicly battled cancer. over the course of several years. Rowe has amazingly continued to work through much of her treatment, filling numerous roles on ESPN. One special opportunity came in May when she was able to call play by play for ESPN’s season-opening WNBA telecast after covering the league for a number of years for the network.

Sports has played a huge role through Rowe’s cancer battle, with her even saying sports have saved her life. And on Monday Rowe shared a great update for all the people in the sports world and beyond that have been supporting her on her journey. Rowe revealed that she is undergoing her last chemo treatment. She also shared a special thank you for all the prayers and encouragement sent her way through her battle.

As of Monday night, the video had been viewed a quarter-million times.

This is such awesome news and a fantastic feel-good story. Rowe continues to inspire so many.