Fans in Baltimore, around the world cheer on 'amazingly talented' U.S. Women's team to fourth World Cup victory
U.S. fans in Baltimore and around the world cheered the national women's soccer team to its record fourth World Cup championship.
Schmuck: U.S. Women's World Cup journey has even captured the imagination of this non-soccer fan
During an Orioles season that has been tough to watch, the United States women's soccer team has been a breath of fresh air.
No, Rapinoe did not disrespect her country, she freely expressed her opinion - that's what U.S. is about
Rapinoe's condemnation of Donald Trump is as essentially American as apple pie and the Fourth of July.
Megan Rapinoe's behavior reveals 'ignorance' and lack of patriotism
Megan Rapinoe may be a talented soccer player but she hasn't represented her country very well.
At left back, Crystal Dunn is getting it right for USWNT at World Cup
The U.S. World Cup team is in this position for the third straight time because Crystal Dunn, a natural attacker, has embraced her position switch.
Carli Lloyd says 2019 U.S. World Cup team not a continuation of 2015
Carli Lloyd says the success that the U.S. national team is having at the Women's World Cup in France isn't an extension of the 2015 title run
My World Cup leave, or how I dropped everything to watch the U.S. Women's National Team storm through France
If supporting the U.S. women's soccer team meant I had to travel to Europe and scooter around French bars and stadiums — oui, I will make that sacrifice.
Baltimore's American Outlaws draw next generation — and even a rival fan — to Women's World Cup watch party
Fans of all ages and from both sides of the Atlantic joined Baltimore's American Outlaws to watch the U.S. defeat England in a Women's World Cup semifinal.
Rapinoe represents America better than Trump
U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe is a much better ambassador of America than President Donald Trump.
Soccer star Rapinoe disrespects her country
By refusing to sing the national anthem, Megan Rapinoe has turned her back on U.S., not just President Trump.
Digest: No. 2 Maryland tops UNC in men's lacrosse Saturday night
The No. 2 Maryland men's lacrosse team defeated No. 20 North Carolina, 11-7, on Saturday night in the Pacific Coast Classic in Costa Mesa, Calif.
Digest: Spirit trades captain Ali Krieger to Pride
Defender Ali Krieger, the Washington Spirit captain who helped inspire a run to the National Women's Soccer League final last month, was traded to the Orlando Pride on Wednesday.
Protests tough to take, but it's their right
I'm an army brat, raised for most of my formative years as the son of a military officer, moving every couple of years to a new location — some exotic
Digest: Ben's Cat seeks to end slide Saturday in Laurel Dash
Maryland-bred star Ben's Cat will look to avoid losing his fourth race in a row for the first time ever when he takes the gate in the $100,000 Laurel Dash as part of the 11-race Turf Festival program Saturday at Laurel Park.
Former Maryland basketball recruit Trayvon Reed not enrolled at Auburn
Former Maryland recruit Trayvon Reed is not enrolled in classes this semester at Auburn for personal reasons but is still considered a member of the team, according to AL.com.
A look at the teams in the quarterfinals of the World Cup
The quarterfinals at the Women's World Cup are set. Here's a look at the upcoming matches, and how the teams have fared so far in Canada.
Another chance for U.S. women to lift their sport
Another chance for U.S. women to boost soccer
Owner of former Washington Freedom faces players union grievance
American women showing true grit at World Cup
American women have a chance to win another World Cup title and make another attempt at getting America to embrace soccer.