The U.S. women fought to raise the level of soccer worldwide, and now the competition is much tougher
CARSON, Calif. — The U.S. national team has fought for years to raise the level of women’s soccer across the globe, but that doesn’t make its inevitable losses to teams it once dominated any easier.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Shohei Ohtani stepped into the bright Arizona sun, carrying the weight of a $700 million contract and the expectations that go with it, before launching a two-run homer in his first exhibition game for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
DENVER — It’s almost hard to picture a postseason without both LeBron James and Stephen Curry.
Nestor Cortes wasn’t exactly nasty in his first spring training appearance, but the New York Yankees left-handed emerged from Monday’s game against Minnesota feeling good.
Now it is Houston’s turn at the top of The Associated Press Top 25 men’s college basketball poll.
Jurgen Klopp’s last dance at Liverpool is off to the perfect start.
NEW YORK — Ryan Garcia wanted his fans to know his title fight against super lightweight champion Devin Haney belonged on boxing’s biggest stage.
Duke’s Scheyer wants the ACC to implement measures to prevent court-storming after Filipowski injury
Duke coach Jon Scheyer wants the Atlantic Coast Conference to implement measures to prevent court-storming after star big man Kyle Filipowski was hobbled following a collision with a fan during a weekend loss at Wake Forest.
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Caitlin Clark scored 24 points on the way to her 16th career triple-double, Hannah Stuelke added 20 and No. 4 Iowa defeated Illinois 101-85 on Sunday.
KAILUA-KONA — After narrowly beating University in the Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) Division II Championship a year ago, Kohala boys basketball knew the only way it could stay satisfied was to win it again.
Ben Zeigler-Namoa stood near the Hawaii dugout, bat in hand, hoping to get a shot to give his team the lead.
While covering the World Aquatics Championships in Qatar, AP Photographer Lee Jin-Man looked for standout photo opportunities in the pool. He worked with divers and colleagues to make sure his underwater camera was always in the right spot. Here’s how he captured this extraordinary image.
NEW YORK (AP) — Miami’s Jimmy Butler and New Orleans’ Naji Marshall have been suspended for one game apiece for instigating an on-court altercation, the NBA announced Sunday.
Cody Bellinger is going back to the Chicago Cubs, agreeing to an $80 million, three-year contract, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press.
The CEO of Ford Motor Co. insisted on a resolution into the investigation of Red Bull team principal Christian Horner in a letter sent to the team, a copy of which was obtained Sunday by The Associated Press.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Wake Forest did everything it needed Saturday to take a major step toward earning an NCAA Tournament bid, a moment that sent its celebrating fans sprinting onto the court as the clock hit zero.
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — Nicholas Kerr is focused and serious as he paces the sidelines in front of the scorer’s table near his team bench.
From not having a team in early high school to receiving zero collegiate offers, former Parker School boys basketball star Conner Brown has faced plenty of hurdles in his playing career. But the adversity has paid off, as the Nebraska Wesleyan junior forward is now making noise that can be heard from nearly 4,000 miles away.