Gigi Marvin

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Gigi Marvin
Personal Info
  • Famous Name
  • Birth Name Gisele Marie
  • Birth Place Bemidji, Minnesota
  • Famous Name Gigi Marvin
  • Birth Date March 7, 1987
  • Father Mike Marvin
  • Mother Connie Marvin
  • Net Worth $800,000
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession Ice Hockey Player
  • Currently Working For Boston Pride
  • University attended Minnesota University
  • School attended Warroad High School
  • Religion Christian

Gisele Marie is known as Gigi Marvin is an American ice hockey player who has plays for the Boston Pride of the National Women's Hockey League as well as a member of the United States national women's ice hockey team. She has won a silver medal at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and the 2014 Winter Olympics, and a gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Born on March 7, 1987, in Bemidji, Minnesota, USA, she has completed her high school from Warroad High School 2005, and later on, she joined Minnesota University, where she is currently studying.

How Much Is Gigi Marvin Net Worth In 2020?

The Ice Hockey forwarder is having a good life form the earning of her professional career. She has an estimated net worth of around $800,000 as per 2020.

Gigi Marvin Winning Gold Medal AT Olympics SOURCE: Twitter @gigmarvin

She is currently playing for Boston Pride, where she is gaining around $20,000 annually and 15% extra from the sales of her Teams Merchandise.

She also represented her nation in the Olympic games, through which she earned between $35,000 to $40,000. Similarly, players like Alex RigsKacey BellamyMegan Keller also used to make in the same range.


The 32 years old hockey Forwarder is currently single, and she has no records of any relationship, affairs, engagement, and marriages.

However, so far, she has not disclosed her personal details in front of the media, and it seems like she wants to engage in her games.

Family Details

Gigi Marvin has a board and a deep relation with hockey games. It starts with his grandfather, Cal Marvin, who helped to establish the Men's Hockey Program at the University of North Dakota Men’s Hockey program during the 1950s.

Gigi Marvin's grandfather has also made a significant contribution to built Warroad’s youth hockey program and coached the U.S. men’s national team in the 1950s.

Mike Marvin, played college hockey at Brown University and coached at the youth levels. Aaron Marvin, her brother, was recruited to play at St. Cloud State, and her cousins, Lisa and Layla, are both playing for North Dakota.

CAPTION: Gigi Marvin's Grand Father Cal Marvin SOURCE: Twitter @gigmarvin

Gigi's mother's name is Connie Marvin, and her father's name is Mike Marvin, who is a retired hockey player and used to play for the Warroad Lakers in his high school days. Later on, he joined Brown University, where he played hockey from the senior team during 1966.

Mike and Connie, Gigi's parents, first meet at the college where Connie was studying a bachelor degree as well as Mike was a rookie player.

Gigi Marvin has the one siblings as a brother, Aron Marvin, who has recruited by the recruited at St. Cloud State in a hockey team.

Gigi's Uncle David Marvin is also a retired hockey player who has played for Warroad's and the University of North Dakota.

Gold Medalist

Gigi Marvin made her nation proud through her unbeatable skills in a hockey game. She won her first Gold medal in Olympic in 2018 at Pyeongchang

While she headed to Finland in 2009, she successfully placed her self on acquiring Gold medals in the International League.

Similarly, in Switzerland and Canada between 2011 to 2013, she makes proud of her nation by winning a Gold medal at the International Championship.

Career achievements

  • Ms. Hockey
  • WCHA Outstanding Student-Athlete
  • WCHA 20th Anniversary Team
  • Patty Kazmaeir Finalist
  • All-American
  • 2015-16 NWHL Best Defenseman
  • Five-time World Champion
  • Clarkson Cup Champion
  • Isobel Cup Champion
  • 2010 Olympic Silver Medalist
  • 2014 Olympic Silver Medalist
  • 2018 Olympic Gold Medalist

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