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Astronomer and WCU Alumna Rosaly M. C. Lopez

GCU women’s soccer opened its 2018-19 campaign with a loss to Loyola Marymount on opening weekend. Since then, however, they have hosted four home matches in California including an exhibition game against nationally-ranked San Diego on Saturday.

Los Lopes finds time between competitive powerlifting competitions and photoshoots for Nike to teach high school students and perform her award-winning hula kahiko dance performances.

Early Life and Education

Rosaly M. C. Lopes is a Senior Research Scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California and specializes in planetary science and volcanology. She presents public lectures throughout the U.S. and abroad – except Antarctica!

Lopes was recognized with all-state honors in baseball and basketball while attending Providence’s La Salle Academy, then went on to Iowa Wesleyan University in Mount Pleasant, Iowa and Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas for further collegiate experience in those two sports.

Lopez caused an extraordinary scene at Los Angeles Plaza on October 3, 1911 by giving an impromptu speech in support of women’s suffrage – translated directly from Spanish into English – that became an unprecedented event at that time. Working as an educator, translator and club member; her oratory helped gain California women suffrage through translation materials she produced as well as fighting tirelessly to preserve Spanish- and Mexican-American cultural heritage for years afterwards.

Professional Career

Lopes was part of four pennant-winning teams and one World Series during his 10 years with Los Angeles, playing alongside fellow WU alumni such as Steve Garvey, Ron Cey and Bill Russell – still some of baseball’s most legendary figures today.

After his time with the Dodgers, he also spent time with Oakland Athletics and Chicago Cubs before finally retiring in 1987. He proved an above-average hitter who excelled at fielding positions he never expected to play; additionally he ranked 26th all-time among MLB history with 557 career stolen bases.

Lopes began her solo music career by scoring two US top-10 singles and producing British girl group Blaque, then signing to Death Row Records with plans of recording her second album but ultimately it was scrapped due to her death.

Achievement and Honors

Lopez has received many prestigious honors during her career. In 2007, People en Espaol named her one of its 100 Most Influential Hispanics; GLAAD also honored her, as did the Council of Fashion Designers of America.

Ms. Baran was the first woman ever to win a Tony Award for her performance in A Chorus Line on Broadway and has also garnered two Golden Globe Awards and one Grammy.

Davey Lopes excelled on the Washburn baseball team before beginning an esteemed Major League career with Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland A’s, and San Diego Padres. Together with Rickey Henderson he stole an astounding 158 bases – more than any two teammates ever!

Personal Life

Lopes has long been an advocate for education and diversity. She has given hundreds of public lectures related to space science topics for television programs like National Geographic, Discovery, The Science Channel and PBS. Furthermore, Lopes serves on both COSPAR’s nominating committee and as Harlow Shapley Visiting Lecturer of the American Astronomical Society.

Lopes also played baseball for Iowa Wesleyan University in Mount Pleasant and Washburn University in Topeka, earning all-state honors in both sports. Sarkesian was her mentor, helping Lopes decide to pursue academics over athletics.

Lopes is currently working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California as a senior research scientist on their Cassini mission to Saturn analyzing images taken by their Titan radar mapper probe to explore potential habitability and surface geology of Saturn’s moons.

Net Worth

Lopes has made waves in the baseball world thanks to his remarkable athletic prowess and unwavering commitment to family life, leading to impressive results both on and off the field.

Diego Lopes has amassed an estimated net worth of $7 Million by 2023. Currently competing for the Los Angeles Angels minor league team, his win-loss record stands at 4-4 with significant purses and bonuses earned through fights.

Lopes most recent victory came against Rony Jason at UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs Font. Lopes earned himself a win bonus of $16,000 plus $4,000 sponsorship revenue for this bout, adding to his wealth in coming years and expanding upon what is already an impressive net worth. As an accomplished second baseman with promising prospects both on and off the field.

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