In her acceptance speech, the USWNT star urged athletes to use their public platforms to challenge bigotry and "lift other people up."
"I’ll say: ‘I don’t get it. How are you simultaneously as proud as punch of me, and watching Fox News all the time, doing takedowns of your daughter?'"
The U.S. women's soccer coach led the team since 2014, guiding them to secure back-to-back World Cup titles.
The goalkeeper tweeted a response to a video of the former Texas Tech star: "You don’t belong in a sport that aims to unite and bring people together.”
The 25 Democratic and GOP senators want to "discuss the challenges women face on and off the field." Hmm, like equal pay?
Figuring out how to close the pay gap would require massive shifts in public policy, business and — crucially — culture.
It's one of the many iconic celebrations to take place at the Women's World Cup championship parade in New York City on Wednesday.
Chants of "equal pay" echoed against the skyscrapers as thousands of fans packed Manhattan's streets to cheer on the world champion U.S. women's soccer team.
"We have to be better. We have to love more. Hate less," the U.S. women’s national soccer team co-captain said at the World Cup celebration parade.
The celebration of the U.S. Women's National Team featured posters demanding equal pay and applauding co-captain Megan Rapinoe.