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Peggy Steffens


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Full NamePeggy Steffens
First NamePeggy
Last NameSteffens
ProfessionCelebrity Mother
Birth CountryUnited States
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual Orientationstraight
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseCarlos Steffens
No Of Children4
EducationMiramonte High school, University of California
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Date of BirthOctober 23,1960
Age62 years

Peggy Steffens is part of a massive water polo family who is famous for being the mother of American water polo player, Maggie Steffens, who is the winner of the gold medal from the United States in the 2012 Summer Olympic and 2016 Summer Olympic

Peggy is American by her nationality. She is married to her husband Carlos, who is a former water polo player. 

Peggy Steffens with her daughter Maggie Steffens.
Peggy Steffens with her daughter Maggie Steffens. Source: Instagram

Relationship status:

Water polo star Maggie Steffens is in a relationship with her partner. She uploaded a picture in her social media where she called her boyfriend Bobby Beckham.

It is still unknown to the source that if they are married or not, but they have been together for a very long time. 

They are living together, and their family is also very close to each other. They are very supportive of each other. 

They appear together at every family event and party. They also like to travel a lot as they traveled to many beautiful places together. 

Peggy Steffens daughter Maggie Steffens with her partner.
Peggy Steffens daughter Maggie Steffens with her partner. Source: Instagram

There was no doubt that Maggie was going to be a water polo player:

As she grew up in a water polo family, she was always competing with her siblings in the water polo, performing better and better every day, which helped her succeed in the water polo. 

Her father was one of the professional water polo players ever to represent his country in all three editions of the Pan American Games before being part of Berkeley

He achieved three-time all-American honors. She was trained by her father while growing up. 

She mentioned that she was not that good player when she was a child, but later she realized how important it is to be challenged, and it is okay to fail too, and she has to keep improving. 

Who was her role model in water polo?

Her oldest sister, Jessica Steffens, is her main role model in playing water polo. She said that she followed her path, and whatever her sister does, she does it in her style. 

She felt comfortable playing by the side of her older sister. Though they are siblings and supported each other, they used to go harder against each other as they know whatever it is, they still love you. 

They are very competitive with each other, and they are each other’s biggest fans.

About Maggie Steffens:

Steffens is a professional American water polo player who is the gold medalist with the United States in the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2016 Summer Olympics

She is ranked in the second number of all-time scoring list in the history of the Olympics with 38 goals. She was born on the 4th of June 1993 in San Ramon, California. 

She was born to her mother, Peggy Schnugg, and her father, Carlos Steffens. Her father was one of the great water polo players of all time from the United States. 

Her mother, Peggy Steffens, graduated from Miramonte High school, and later she graduated from University of California, Berkeley

She grew up with her one brother Charlie and two sisters Jessica and Teresa. Her older sister Jessica is also a water polo player, and she is a two-time Olympic medalist in water polo. 

And they also played together in U.S 2012 Olympic team

Net Worth:

The net worth of her daughter is estimated to be around $200 thousand, and her source of income is professional water polo player. 

Net WorthSource
$200 thousandWater polo player


  1. Her daughter, Maggie, is 28 years old.

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Updated On Mon Jul 26 2021 Published On Sun Jul 25 2021 By shaumya

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