Washington, D.C., (03/31/2022) – Karina Rodriguez has once again been called up to the Mexico women’s national football team, the organization announced today. Rodriguez was recently called up to the national team in February.
Mexico will compete in its third and fourth matches in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers as a part of Group A in April. On Saturday, April 9, Mexico will travel to Pope Hill to take on Anguilla at Raymond E. Guishard Technical Centre. The following week, on Tuesday, April 12, Mexico will host Puerto Rico at “La Bombonera” (Estadio Nemesio Díez Riega) in Toluca.
Originally from Torrance, California, Rodriguez attended UCLA and played four seasons with the Bruins before signing with the Spirit in June 2021. As a senior at UCLA, Rodriguez earned First Team All-Pac-12 and All-Region nods. Prior to joining the Mexican national team, Rodriguez competed for several United States youth national teams.