Trinity Rodman

#2 Forward Hear pronunciation

Status Active
Position Forward
Home Town Newport Beach, Calif.
Age 05/20/2002
Height 5'8"
College Washington State
Pronouns She/Her
Acquired Drafted by the Spirit, 2021 NWSL Draft
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Career Summary



Started all 19 matches in which she appeared, playing a total of 1,635 minutes. Finished first on the team with 61 shots and 31 shots on target and tied for second on the team with five goals. Became the youngest player in NWSL history to record 10 assists and 10 goals in a regular season career and the youngest player in Spirit history to make 50 appearances with the team. Named to the 2023 NWSL Best XI Second Team.


Appeared in 18 regular season matches (16 starts), playing a total of 1,502 minutes. Finished second on the team with four goals. Also started in all eight Challenge Cup matches, adding four goals in those appearances. Nominated for the Ballon d’Or Féminin in 2022, recognizing the best players in women’s soccer around the world.


Appeared in 25 matches (22 starts, regular season and playoffs combined), playing a total of 2,054 minutes. Scored seven goals and added seven assists. Recorded 40 key passes and 36 shots on goal. Named to the Team of the Month in October and became the 2021 NWSL Rookie of the Year presented by Ally. Assisted on game-winning goal in 2021 NWSL Championship.


Appeared in 16 matches (10 starts), playing 954 minutes. Added four goals and three assists on the year. Called up for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, making her first World Cup appearance at the Australia/New Zealand tournament.


Capped for the USWNT for the first time. Appeared in ten matches (two starts), playing 343 minutes.  Scored two goals, including her first senior team goal in a 9-0 victory over Uzbekistan.  Became the first teenager to score a goal for the USWNT since 2018 and the 31st all-time.


Washington State: Enrolled at Washington State in 2020 but did not play for the Cougars as the Pac-12 season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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