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Dual nationals:
• Rubio Rubin FIFA-approved for Guatemala. 
The 26-year-old Oregon product, who was U.S. Soccer Young Male Athlete of the Year in 2012, played for the USA at the 2015 U-20 World Cup, and earned seven U.S. caps in 2014-18, has been approved to represent Guatemala, his mother's homeland. Rubin is in his second season with Real Salt Lake after stints in the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Mexico. (Fedefut Guate announcement)

U.S. U-20 women beat Costa Rica. Camryn Lancaster (TCU), Katherine Rader (Florida United) and Taylor Huff (Tennessee) scored in the 3-0 friendly win in Chula Vista on Sunday against Costa Rica, which will host the U-20 Women's World Cup in August. Coach Tracey Kevins' team faces the Ticas again on Wednesday. (Game report)

IFCPF World Cup:
• U.S. women take gold medal. Goals by Jesslyn Kuhnel (two), Annie Wickett and Joey Martin earned the USA a 4-2 overtime win over Australia in Salou, Spain. The USA's Catarina Guimarães earned MVP honors with 10 tournament goals. (Game report)
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