(Trinity Rodman; photo via Twitter)
(Trinity and father, former NBA Superstar Dennis; photo via the daily mail)
She won four national championships with the Blues, maintaining a five-year undefeated run. However, during college, she was unable to kick a ball because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. She went pro after the disrupted season, being drafted by the Washington Spirit with the first overall pick in the draft. She mainly featured in the 2021 NWSL Challenge Cup where she played in all four games, scoring and assisting once.
(Trinity warming up for a league game)
(FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy)
She made her debut in the SheBelieves Cup where after a lively outing against the Czech Republic, Rodman notched her 1st goal in a friendly against Uzbekistan. She has been included in the CONCACAF Championship team and with the way she is playing, her name may be one of the first on the team sheet for the showpiece event.
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