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Heather O'Reilly's role evolves on U.S. women's soccer team


Heading into her third Olympics, U.S. midfielder Heather O'Reilly has known nothing but gold. "Anything less than a gold medal probably will be a disappointment for us. That's just the standard that has been made for the women's national team," O'Reilly said last month at the Olympic media summit in Dallas. "It's a privilege to play under those standards." (USA Today)


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