Dennis Rodman’s daughter now a pro athlete

– Trinity Rodman was selected as the second overall pick in the draft of the National Women’s Soccer League on Wednesday, entering professional sports just like her father. The daughter of basketball giant Dennis Rodman, Trinity Rodman, is a standout for the American women’s under-20 national team, which was picked up by the Washington Spirit, where she will join teammates Kelly O’Hara and Emily Sonnett, who won the US Had helped. The women’s national team claims the 2019 World Cup, reports Yahoo. The 18-year-old Rodman, who is the youngest selection in draft history, said he already had success on the international stage. She scored nine goals in six matches to help America claim gold at the 2020 Concafe Women’s U-20 Championship.

Rodman was selected after defender-midfielder Emily Fox of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, selected by Racing Louisville – only registered for the draft on Tuesday. This meant giving his freshman season at Washington State University, delayed until spring as a result of the coronovirus epidemic. “Obviously, it’s been my dream forever,” said Rodman, per Yahoo. “With COVID and everything, honestly a lot of people can say that this is not the right time [to turn pro], But right now I think this is the right time to get out there and learn and be a better player. “Now he will have bragging rights over his father, who was selected in the second round of the 1986 NBA Draft. DJ Rodman. The man who plays basketball for Washington State could follow in his father’s footsteps, according to CNN Is. (Read more professional athletes stories.)


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