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Lieke Martens scored her second goal on a late penalty kick to send the Netherlands into the quarterfinals of the Women’s World Cup.



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The young Nationals outfielder changed his stance to attack the many pitches away he's been seeing, and it's led to even a slimmer margin for error inside.



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In his first public remarks about the alleged assault, Ujiri said he was "confident about who I am as a person, my character and as a human being."



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Follow the progress of the defending champion Americans and all 16 teams through the knockout stage.



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The veteran left-hander has made it back to the big leagues after three Tommy John surgeries and a 17.36 ERA earlier this season in Atlanta.



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For obvious reasons, Friday’s match is shaping up to be the hottest ticket of the tournament.



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“I’ve been extremely lucky to have the best job in the world for many years, but my body is telling me it is time to move on to something new,” said the two-time Cup winner.



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Not after you get in trouble for confronting a reporter.



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The defender, who returned earlier this month from a broken jaw, is the biggest missing piece to return to a lineup that had been stretched thin during a clogged stretch of the schedule.



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Against Spain, the U.S. defense was called "moldy," the coach was criticized for her substitution patterns, and star forward Alex Morgan did not appear to be full strength. The team said adversity will prove beneficial vs. France.



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“I mean, I’m just trying to play a game,” the DOdgers outfielder said.



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The Capitals will open the season on Oct. 2 in St. Louis against the defending Stanley Cup champions.



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For Wall to approach a mobility milestone such as jogging five months after his Achilles’ injury shows slow but steady development in a rehabilitation process that could last a year or more.



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The U.S. star has chosen not to sing along to "The Star-Spangled Banner" before matches.



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The owner has let the team’s offseason drama play out publicly while privately, she says, “taking care of business.”