|Date of Birth:||1997, July 7|
|Age:||23 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Madeline S. Rooney|
|Birth Place||Duluth, Minnesota, U.S.|
|Famous Name||Maddie Rooney|
|Father||Pete Rooney (Father)|
|Mother||Karen Rooney (Mother)|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (168 cm)|
|Weight||130 lb (59 kg; 9 st 4 lb)|
|Position in Team||Goaltender|
|Current team||Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs|
|Currently Working For||Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs|
|Affair with||Carson Fossum|
The Gold Medalist of 2018 Winter Olympics, Maddie Rooney, is an American professional college ice-hockey player. Currently, she plays for the Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs as a Goaltender. Moreover, she also plays for the national team of the United States and has won several tournaments, including The 2017 IIHF Women's World Championship and The 2019 IIHF Women's World Championship.
Andover High School graduate, Maddie Rooney was born on July 7, 1997, in Duluth, Minnesota, the U.S. to Pete Rooney (Father) and Karen Rooney (Mother). As per Rooney's birth details, she is an American native and belongs to the ethnic group of white. Also, Maddie was born under the star sign, Cancer.
In five years of her playing career, Maddie has amassed a massive net worth over $600,000, which is entirely generated from her professional career. Although she doesn't earn money as a salary, she is reported to get a full ride to her college, which includes tuition fees, scholarship, lodging, fooding, and many more.
Moreover, Maddie is yet to play in NWHL, which might be the reason why there isn't much information about her career earnings. Furthermore, Maddie was the part of the gold medal-winning team of the United States.
In particular, the player winning the gold medal is reported to earn $37,500 as prize money. Furthermore, she also generates additional money from endorsement deals with different brands, including Sweetgoaliepads, ROYALTY, and many more.
On the other hand, the players in the NWHL is expected to earn $15,000 as a salary. However, the salary range can vary between $15,000 to $25,000. In particular, Kelli Allison Stack is the highest-paid player of the league, earning an annual average salary of $25,000.
In addition to salary, the players in the NHL are expected to make additional money from the jersey sell. In particular, the player will receive 15% of the profit generated from the jersey sell, having the name of the player. Also, the players are awarded as a bonus from the revenue generated from the ticket sells of the game.
Although Maddie is yet to be married, she is enjoying a romantic relationship with her boyfriend, Carson Fossum. The couple celebrates their relationship anniversary on March 24 of every year. In particular, the couple started their relationship on March 24, 2018.
On their first anniversary, Maddie posted a picture with the caption:
"I once had a crush on my trainer... Couldn’t be more proud to be your girlfriend. One year with my best friend"Maddie with her boyfriend SOURCE: Instagram @maddie_rooney35
Additionally, the couple first publicized their relationship on May 20, 2018, when Maddie posted a photo along with Carson on her Instagram account. In particular, she posted an image along with the caption:
"Despite clearly repping coaching attire, his pitching advice needs work. Swipe to see before and after."
With the reference, the couple seems to be together for almost two years. Additionally, they never miss a chance to spend time together and were spotted enjoying romantic time in places such as Duluth, Minnesota, Bean Lake, and many more. Additionally, her boyfreind, Carson, is an entrepreneur who owns Clothing Brand named Royalty.
As of 2019, Maddie currently plays as a Goaltender for the Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs as well as for the national team of the United States. Playing for the national team of the United States and has won several tournaments, including The 2017 IIHF Women's World Championship and The 2019 IIHF Women's World Championship.
In particular, Maddie was part of the gold medal-winning team that featured players like Alex Rigsby, Lee Stecklein, Maddie Rooney, and many more. Additionally, she also won the gold medal at the age of 19, winning the 2017 IIHF Women's World Championship as a backup goaltender.