|Date of Birth:||1994, March 19|
|Age:||25 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Sierra Romera|
|Famous Name||Sierra Romera|
|Birth Place||Murietta, California.|
|Profession||softball player and assistant coach|
|Started career as||softball player|
|School attended||Vista Murrieta High School|
|University attended||University of Michigan|
|Full Name||Sierra Romera|
|Current team||Oregon Ducks|
|Position in Team||assistant coach|
|Past Team||Michigan Wolverines|
Sierra Romero is a native American former right-handed softball player and is currently serving as the assistant coach of the Oregon Ducks softball team. Previously, she played for the Michigan Wolverines softball team as their shortstop and second baseman.
Ranked as #5 Greatest College Softball Player and Big Ten Player of the Year 2013, Sierra Romera has made a decent amount of net worth from his softball career.
Sierra Romero hasn't so far reported about her current relationship status so it is hard to guess about her probable boyfriend or spouse. Moreover, she might be currently single as she hasn't shared posts which suggest that she is involved in any relationships.
In addition to this, Sierra is a career-focused woman as she spends most of the time in her softball games and is currently focusing on her coaching career. Romera is a bold lady who is involved in various social works which help to encourage a woman in pursuing their dreams. She often mentions that being physically strong is not everything but you need to be mentally fit as well.
Moreover, Sierra is a believer in hard work and dedication and she mentions that experience and hard work leads to success. Besides, Romera manages time with his family and friends despite her busy schedule which shows that she loves her family a lot.
As going on exploring her official social sites, Sierra is found to be fond of traveling to different places as she loves adventure and her favorite player is David Beckham.
Sierra Romero is a lovely and gorgeous athlete who has a height of 1.65 meters (5 feet 5 inch) but the further details regarding her body measurements like weight and other facts are still under review.
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Sierra Romera has been in her softball career for over a long time so she is supposed to have made a decent amount of money and her net worth is estimated to be above $500,000 as of 2019. She is among the highest paid softball players who is currently serving as the assistant coach.
There aren't exact details found about the salary of the softball players but approximation can be made. As per the reports of the National Pro Fastpitch softball league, the average salary for the softball players in 48 games season is between $5,000 to $6,000.
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Moreover, the minimum salary for the professional softball players is around $20,000 as reported by The New York Times article published in 2013. The salary varies according to the performance level. From all this, Romera's annual salary was estimated to be around $30,000 when she was in her playing career. Since she is in her coaching career recently, so her current salary might be around $40,000 annually.
In addition to this, she might own some expensive personal assets like cars and houses but the exact information regarding it is still under review.
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Sierra Romero was born to parents Michael and Melissa Romero on March 19, 1994, in Murietta, California. She holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group and she is of Mexican descent.
Romera had an awesome childhood with her siblings: Sophia, Sydney, and Mikey. She completed her high school from Vista Murrieta High School. Later on, she attended the University of Michigan for her softball career and higher studies.
Sierra Romera began her softball career since her high school days and she was named the Big Ten Player of the Year during her university career. Romera started her career with the Michigan University since 2013. She also played for the Team USA Junior Women's National softball team and represented her country in many international tournaments.
Sierra started her professional career after she was drafted in the 2016 NPF draft by the USSSA Pride in the overall pick. Besides her playing career, she recently joined the Oregon Ducks softball team serving as their volunteer assistant coach.