American popular basketball player Rebecca Lobo net worth secrect has been revealed. Check out her contract salary, house she own and ethnicity. She was the former women’s basketball player. She was in the in Women’s National Basketball Association from 1997 to 2003. Rebecca Lobo played college basketball at University of Connecticut, with which she entered her career in basketball sports. She was also a member of the team that won national championship in 1995.
Net Worth: $1.5 Million
|Name||Rebecca Rose Lobo-Rushin|
|Rebecca Lobo Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Source of Income||Basketball Analyst|
|Birth Date||October 6, 1973|
|Birth Place||Hartford, Connecticut, United States|
|Ethnicity||Spanish-Cuban, Ashkenazi Jewish, Irish, German|
|Rebecca Lobo Endrosement|
Rebecca Lobo was born in 1973. She was born in Connecticut, United State. She is 6 ft 4 in tall and weighs 64 kg. Rebecca Lobo attended University of Connecticut. Rebecca Lobo is the youngest daughter born to RuthAnn and Dennis Joseph Lobo. She also has a brother, Jason, who was also a basketball player at Dartmouth College. Besides all, her father was a basketball coach, which in fact inspired her to enter into this career. She is married to Steve Rushin, who is a Sports Illustrated writer and the couple has four children.
She did her high school at Southwick-Tolland Regional High School in Massachusetts. While talking about her college, over 100 colleges were ready to admit Lobo, but she chose to study in University of Connecticut.
This beautiful villa is own by Rebecca Lobo.
Rebecca Lobo won Naismith award and College Player award of the year in 1995. She was also awarded Honda-Broderick Cup in 1994-1995 for the most deserving and recognized Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. In addition to these credits, Rebecca Lobo also takes the pride of being the first player in Big East Conference. She balanced both athletics and academics.
Rebecca Lobo was named the Sportswoman of the Year in 1995 by women’s Sports Foundation. Rebecca Lobo retired from basketball career in 2003 and she is currently working as a reporter and analyst for ESPN.