“What’s your middle name?” big Lavelle asked little Lavelle, just to make sure they weren’t actually the same person.The two Roses parted with a high five and a laugh.We may have just seen the Rose Lavelle who’ll star in the 2031 Women’s World Cup. How often do you come face-to-face with … yourself?That’s what happened Saturday when U.S. women’s national team star Rose Lavelle met a young fan of the same name. In a meet-and-greet post match between Lavelle’s Washington Spirit and the Houston Dash, the USWNT forward met a young Rose Lavelle, and she could not believe it.. @roselavelle meets Rose Lavelle and, well, it’s the cutest thing you’ll see this morning 😇 pic.twitter.com/t5pmdpovLp— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) July 22, 2019The next Rose Lavelle… no literally she’s also named Rose Lavelle. @WashSpirit @USWNT @roselavelle pic.twitter.com/C0Yne7Nabl— Anna Witte (@AnnaWitte_) July 21, 2019″Yeah, we thought we were giving her a super unique name,” seven-year-old Rose Lavelle’s father can be heard saying to 24-year-old Rose Lavelle. Signing the young fan’s jersey, Lavelle was so stunned throughout the interaction.