Connor Fields

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Full NameConnor Fields
First NameConnor
Last NameConnor
ProfessionBMX Rider
Happy BirthdaySeptember 14
Birth PlaceTX
Date of BirthSeptember 14, 1992
Age (as 2020)26 years old
Estimated Net Worth
Estimated SalaryNot Known
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Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBrown
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FatherNot Known
MotherNot Known
SiblingsNot Known
RelativesNot Known


Connor Fields is a well-known BMX Rider. He was born on September 14 in TX. According to our own Metrics, Connor is one of the successful BMX Rider. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on September 14, 1992. Connor is one of the Richest BMX Rider who was born in TX.

Professional BMX rider who became the first American to win an Olympic gold at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the men’s BMX event. He previously represented the United States at the 2012 Olympic Games, where he finished in 7th. He was that year’s USA Cycling BMX national champion.

Fields was drafted #3 overall by the Charlotte Hounds in the 2018 Major League Lacrosse draft. He scored his first two career goals on June 23, 2018 against the Florida Launch. His season was cut short after three games due to his lingering knee injury from college. He got surgery in Buffalo for his knee shortly after playing in his final MLL game that season.

Early Life & Family

He started riding bicycles when he was six years old and was the 2011 Golden Crank Rookie of the Year. He attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to study business.

Fields became a member of Chaos Lacrosse Club of Paul Rabil’s new league, the Premier Lacrosse League for the 2019 Premier Lacrosse League season. He made the league’s first ever Premier Lacrosse League All-Star Game as a member of Team Rambo. He participated in the Adidas Freestyle Challenge during all-star weekend as well. Fields ended the season tied for second in goals. He made the 2019 PLL all pro team.

He was born to parents Michael and Lisa Fields in Plano, Texas. He has not shared about He's parent's name. Our team currently working, we will update Family, Sibling, Spouse and Children's information. Right now, we don't have much information about Education Life.

Fields came into the year as an Inside Lacrosse preseason All-American. He once again started every game for the Great Danes. On March 26, against Hartford, Fields tied his career high goals with 7 in a 13-9 victory. In early April, he had back to back 4 goal games, against Umass-Lowell and University of Vermont. Albany’s season ended after losing to Syracuse in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship He ended the season leading the American East in both goals and points, with 44 and 73, respectively. He was nominated for the Tewaaraton Trophy and was a third team All-American by USILA.

Connor Fields Net Worth

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After analyzing Connor's recent activities, we predict that Connor Fields's net worth $100,00-$250,000.

Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth (2021)$150,000 - $350,000 (Approx.)
Estimated Net Worth (2020)$100,000 - $250,000
Net Worth (2019)$50,000 - $100,000
Estimated Salary Under Review.

Age, Height & Birthday

Connor Fields age 26 years old. Connor's birthday September 14, 1992. According to many online source, Connor Fields height Not Available right now.

Fields started and scored in every game his freshman year. In his first college game, he scored three goals and had three assists against Drexel. He had 7 goals and 9 points in the first half against Umass-Lowell, his most for a first half in his college career. On March 25, against Harvard, he picked up 8 ground balls, the most in his career. Albany’s season ended after losing to Notre Dame in the second round of the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship. At the end of the season, he set the record for goals in a season by a freshman, with 66. He was second in all of division one college lacrosse in average goals per game, with 3.47, and first in the America East Conference. He also made the NCAA All-Rookie team, as well as being an honorable mention All-American.