Sophie Cunningham Boyfriend: It appears that Sophie Cunningham has a boyfriend, according to reliable sources. She has not, however, divulged the identity of her lover at this time.
During the summer of 2020, she was quarantined in Springfield at the home of her boyfriend’s parents for two weeks. In the meantime, she discussed her partner in a tweet she shared on Twitter in May 2020.
I’m wondering if my partner is missing the @WNBA szn as much as I am?? (Yes, that is my shirt in the background!) pic.twitter.com/1notzy38BD
Sophie shared a photo of her boyfriend sporting her shirt on social media. Meanwhile, she has previously shared a number of posts on her Twitter account that was related to her lover.
Cunningham has more than 22k followers on Twitter, according to his profile. Similarly, she has more than 50,000 followers on her Instagram account.
The athlete is not married and has not yet revealed her wedding plans, which is unusual for her. Sophie made a commitment to play collegiate basketball after graduating from high school and committing to the University of Missouri. From 2015 to 2019, she was a member of the Tigers’ roster for four seasons.
Cunningham was selected by the Phoenix Mercury as the twelfth overall pick in the WNBA draught for the upcoming season. Following that, she signed a four-year, $189,522 contract with the Mercury, which was worth $189,522. Her base salary for the year 2021 is $58,710 dollars.
Cunningham was selected by the Phoenix Mercury as the thirteenth overall pick in the WNBA draught in 2019. The Mercury signed Cunningham, who would go on to play under head coach Sandy Brondello and alongside players such as Brittney Griner, DeWanna Bonner, and Diana Taurasi after she made it onto the final roster.
Cunningham is the eighth Missouri alum to be drafted into the WNBA, and she is the first former Tiger to be selected in the first round.
She made her WNBA regular-season debut with the Phoenix Mercury on May 25, 2019, in a game against the Seattle Storm. In addition, she grabbed three rebounds and blocked a shot in the Mercury’s 77-68 loss against the Rockets.
Over the course of the 2019 season, Sophie had a 3.1-point and 1.4-rebound average in 32 appearances. In the same vein, she averaged a career-high 5.0 points and 1.0 rebounds per game in the 2020 campaign.
Athlete of the Year for Inside Columbia Magazine in 2016, Sophie was recognized for her accomplishments. She has also trained in Taekwondo since she was six years old, earning a black belt in martial art. She is also a fan of the National Basketball Association, and her favorite player is LeBron James.
Lindsey, her sister, currently works as a Farm Manager at Primus Farms in Williamsburg, Missouri, where she grew up. Swimming, fishing, horseback riding, and spending time with her family are among her favorite pastimes when she is not working.