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Julie Ertz beats Megan Rapinoe to U.S. Soccer's Female Athlete of the Year

Julie Ertz joins SportsCenter after winning her second U.S. Soccer Female Player of the Year award.
Mallory Pugh says her male counterparts don't necessarily need to be vocal to support equal pay.
Mallory Pugh looks back on her early days with the USWNT and feeling "starstruck" by Carli Lloyd.
USWNT forward Mallory Pugh joins the Heineken ESPN FC Boot Room to discuss new head coach Vlatko Andonovski.
Megan Rapinoe shares an update on the USWNT's fight for equal pay and explains what an ideal resolution looks like from her point of view.

World Cup winning midfielder Julie Ertz has been voted U.S. Soccer's Female Athlete of the Year for 2019.

Ertz, 27, claimed the honor for the second time in her career, earning 42% of the vote to beat out fellow nominees Rose Lavelle, Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan, Alyssa Naeher and FIFA World Player of the Year Megan Rapinoe.

While Ertz is the 10th player in the award's history to win multiple times, she is the first to do so while also having won U.S. Soccer Young Female Player of the Year, which she...

USWNT named Time Magazine Athlete of Year for 2019

The U.S. women won their second straight World Cup and their fourth overall.

The United States Women's Soccer Team was named Time Magazine's Athlete of the Year on Wednesday as part of its yearly accolades.

The magazine called them "a team that transcended sports" and called their battle for equal pay "a rallying cry" at the FIFA Women's World Cup.

The honor caps a year in which the U.S. women won the World Cup for the second straight time. The Americans were undefeated heading into the event final, and they beat the Netherlands 2-0 to earn the title. 

The Time Magazine...

U.S. star Megan Rapinoe named Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year

Megan Rapinoe shares an update on the USWNT's fight for equal pay and explains what an ideal resolution looks like from her point of view.

U.S. national team star Megan Rapinoe has been named Sportsperson of the Year by Sports Illustrated.

Rapinoe, FIFA Player of the Year and a two-time World Cup winner, including this year's tournament in France, was selected for dominating "the world's game, on the world's stage, under attack by a world leader."

The magazine says Rapinoe is just the fourth woman in the award's 66-year history to win the honor unaccompanied, calling it "a remarkable athletic achievement and a reflection of entrenched...

Megan Rapinoe calls on Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo to help in fight for equality

Ale Moreno feels competing with Cristiano Ronaldo for the Ballon d'Or is the ultimate fuel for Lionel Messi.
Megan Rapinoe shares an update on the USWNT's fight for equal pay and explains what an ideal resolution looks like from her point of view.
Juan Mata feels players should not just stick to playing football and instead follow the lead of figures like Megan Rapinoe.
Megan Rapinoe sits down for an exclusive interview with ESPN and discusses the impact Donald Trump's tweets had on the USWNT at the World Cup.

U.S. women's national team captain Megan Rapinoe has urged male superstars such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to do more to tackle issues such as racism and sexism in modern football.

Rapinoe, 34, won the female Ballon d'Or award -- only the second in history -- on Monday after winning the World Cup, Golden Boot and Golden Ball in July.

Speaking with organisers France Football after her Ballon d'Or triumph, Rapinoe challenged Ronaldo, Messi and Ibrahimovic to...

Megan Rapinoe takes home 2019 Ballon d'Or but is so much more than the best player in women's soccer

Julien Laurens says Lionel Messi separated himself from other Ballon d'Or finalists by carrying Barcelona.
Megan Rapinoe didn't attend the Ballon d'Or ceremony but her deserved award was the talk of Paris even as Messi won his sixth prize.

PARIS, France -- Megan Rapinoe, the second-ever winner of the women's Ballon d'Or given to the best player on earth, had better things to do than pick up her award in Paris on Monday. "Bonsoir everyone!" she called out cheerily to the theater packed with dinner jackets and ballgowns, in a video that looked as if it was recorded in the corner of her Seattle living room. She apologised for not making it over: "It's a bummer." Lionel MessiKylian Mbappe and Virgil van Dijk were among those...