With eye on Women's World Cup, Tierna Davidson leaves Stanford
Tierna Davidson hopes skipping her final college season to play in the NWSL will better prepare her for a spot on the U.S. roster and the World Cup.
Morgan named U.S. Soccer's top female player
Alex Morgan, whose 18 goals led the U.S. national team to an 18-0-2 record and a spot in next year's FIFA Women's World Cup, was named U.S. Soccer Female Player of the Year.
USOC dismisses Solo's complaint on US Soccer
The U.S. Olympic Committee has dismissed a complaint by former U.S. women's national team goalkeeper Hope Solo that accused the U.S. Soccer Federation of illegally favoring Major League Soccer.
The Dominant 20: Marta is No. 9
espnW's Julie Foudy examines how the legend of Marta, a five-time FIFA Player of the Year, has grown despite the struggle for equality in her native Brazil.
Lloyd headed to Sky Blue FC in 3-team trade
U.S. women's national team star Carli Lloyd has been acquired by Sky Blue FC in a three-team trade also involving veterans Samantha Kerr and Christen Press.
Young soccer fan raffles signed Pulisic jersey for Puerto Rico aid
Seven-year-old Alex Ibarra raffled off a signed jersey from his favorite player, Christian Pulisic, to help raise money for Puerto Rico aid. When Pulisic heard what happened, he decided to step up in a big way.
Megan Rapinoe can't figure out why fans don't flock to NWSL
U.S. Soccer star Megan Rapinoe and four-time Olympic gold medalist Sue Bird spoke about their influence on each other and more at the eighth annual espnW: Women + Sports Summit.
Attorney John Langel: Corporations and sponsors are the next step in fight toward equal pay
John Langel helped U.S. Soccer and the U.S. women's hockey team make strides toward pay equity. But while the athletes are doing all they can, the attorney said it's time for corporations to step up.
Rising stars Pugh, Kent and Collier shine at espnW: Women + Sports Summit
High school basketball player Charli Collier, U.S. women's soccer star Mallory Pugh and two-sport Boston College senior Kenzie Kent discussed their young careers at Monday's Voices of the Future panel at the espnW: Women + Sports Summit.
Cut seven times, Giorgio Tavecchio's tenacity gave him shot at NFL history
To an outsider, the place-kicker's breakthrough debut might seem like some random occurrence, a fluke. His Raiders teammates know otherwise.
Rapinoe has knee surgery, to miss 5 weeks
Megan Rapinoe, who leads the NWSL with 12 goals and starred for the U.S. Women's National Team in the Tournament of Nations, will miss five weeks after having knee surgery.
Netherlands beat Denmark to win Women's Euro title
The Netherlands became women's European champions for the first time with Sunday's thrilling 4-2 victory over Denmark on home soil.
Zach and Julie Ertz believe love is always the answer
As professional athletes married to each other, Zach and Julie Ertz provide support and inspiration through competition.
Newlyweds Zach and Julie Ertz support each other through sport
Just days before their wedding, Eagles tight end Zach Ertz and USWNT defender Julie -- a World Cup winner -- posed for the Body Issue and talked competition, support and body confidence.
Dwyer 'delighted' to earn start for Team USA
Dom Dwyer speaks about a "solid team performance" and his goal that guided the United States to a 2-1 win over Ghana in East Hartford.
Team USA coaches and fans react to Dwyer goal
The bench and stands celebrate as Dom Dwyer gives Team USA a 1-0 lead in their friendly against Ghana.
U.S. and Ghana fans prep for friendly with tailgate
Before the kickoff between United States and Ghana, soccer fans gathered for a pre-match tailgate at Rentschler Field in East Hartford.
Morgan injures hamstring, Lyon status uncertain
Alex Morgan limped out of Saturday's 3-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain, the team that Lyon will face in the Champions League final on June 1.
City's Lloyd: Pep wished me good luck
"I ran into Pep a few times on the elevator in our apartment complex," Carli Lloyd said, adding that Pep Guardiola had texted her good luck wishes.
Safety prospect Shalom Luani once scored in World Cup qualifier
Washington State safety Shalom Luani scored a goal for American Samoa in a World Cup qualifier, but he passed on soccer to pursue football.
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As it happened: Sindhu beats Okuhara to lift World Tour Finals title
PV Sindhu beat Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in straight games to become the first Indian to win the year-end World Tour Finals. Here's how the action unfolded
USA Cycling hires New Balance boss Rob DeMartini as CEO
Rob DeMartini, the longtime New Balance boss, has been hired as the new president and CEO of USA Cycling. He takes over for Derek Bouchard-Hall.
Bill Bailey, record-setting New Zealand runner, dies at 84
William "Bill" Bailey, a New Zealand runner who held world records in two now-obscure events, died Tuesday at age 84, Athletics New Zealand said.
South African-born Rory Sabbatini now citizen of Slovakia
Rory Sabbatini may be in line for a 2020 Olympics bid after becoming a citizen of Slovakia, his wife's native country.
Allyson Felix on pregnancy and motherhood: 'Only so much of this you can predict, much less control'
Allyson Felix: "I was so excited to be pregnant. I've always wanted to be a mother. ... So why has it taken me eight months to share this news?"
USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy as part of 'reorganization'
USA Gymnastics, saying it is trying to reach settlements in sexual abuse lawsuits and forestall its potential demise at the hands of the USOC, has filed for bankruptcy.