Ducks star Sabrina Ionescu's basketball journey has been shaped by her parents immigration from Romania and on-court battles with twin brother Eddy.
Paradise Valley Community College coach Matt Keel and Lacie Skelton reflect on what Amy Bockerstette has meant to the team on and off the course.
Hannah Goldy turns on the pressure late, landing variety of strikes to Kali Robbins. For more UFC, sign up for ESPN+ http://plus.espn.com/ufc.
ESPN's Natalie Gedra recaps Brazil's victory over Italy, as Marta's 17th World Cup goal moved her ahead of Germany's Miroslav Klose for the most all-time.
Julie Foudy delivered a one-of-a-kind SportsCenter preview of Sweden vs. United States while also taking on the #Juggle21 challenge.
Abby Dahlkemper insists the USWNT are not focusing on games beyond Sweden in the World Cup.
Crystal Dunn insisted the USWNT want to beat Sweden and finish top and carry their momentum when they face the best teams in the world.
USWNT's Crystal Dunn believes the side aren't thinking about their penalty shootout loss to Sweden in the Olympics ahead of their World Cup match.
After missing a penalty and being eliminated in the 2011 U-17 European Championship semifinals, Germany midfielder Melanie Leupolz got redemption and now seeks more success as Germany compete in the 2019 Women's World Cup.
Megan Rapinoe chats with ESPN about the United States' next match vs. Sweden and what the USWNT learned from their 2016 Olympic quarterfinal loss.
American gymnast Morgan Hurd reads a letter to her future self about the dreams and aspirations of a soon-to-be-huge career.
Relive the USWNT's victory over Chile in LEGO form, as Carli Lloyd became the first player to score in six consecutive Women's World Cup games.
Carli Lloyd started and scored two goals in the United States' win vs. Chile, but Kate Markgraf explains why Lloyd's best role is as a substitute.