If you have 15 players on a team, reality is that only 10 will play significant minutes, if that. That means five will play supporting roles as good teammates, practice players, with PT in only mop-up situations. So, there's no point in having 15 players all of whom are of a talent level of starters or first-in rotational players. That means players like Rennie have a valuable contribution to make to a championship team, and if they do - which she apparently does - then no one should disparage them in any way or wish them not to be on the team. We need players like Rennie to give their all to the program while not creating negative vibes by pouting about not playing.