14-year-old Andy Zhang qualifies for U.S. Open
Andy Zhang is believed to be the youngest player in championship history. He was born in China and has lived in Florida since 2008. Zhang lost in a playoff at a sectional qualifier and was an alternate until Paul Casey withdrew with injuries.
Post Sports Live: Extra Points
Jason Reid, Liz Clarke, Dan Steinberg and Jonathan Forsythe offer their final thoughts on Bryce Harper, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., the University of Maryland and the U.S. Open.
McIlroy wins U.S. Open in record fashion
Rory McIlroy won the U.S. Open by eight strokes Sunday for his first win in a major. The 22-year-old broke the Open scoring record by four shots, and is Northern Ireland's second straight U.S. Open winner. (June 19)
Post Sports Live, June 21
The Washington Post's Tarik El-Bashir joins LaVar Arrington, Dan Steinberg and host Jonathan Forsythe to discuss Rory McIlroy's historic weekend at the U.S. Open, the Nationals' recent win streak and the upcoming NBA draft.
McIlroy returns home as U.S. Open champ
Fresh from his record-breaking win at the U.S. Open, Rory McIlroy met the press and fans at his hometown golf club in Northern Ireland Wednesday. McIlroy won his first major by eight strokes. (June 22)
Tiger Woods not coming back until fully healthy
Tiger Woods says he is making progress in his recovery from injuries to his left leg, although he has no idea when he will return to golf. Woods spoke Tuesday from the AT&T National outside Philadelphia. (June 28)
Venus Williams withdraws from U.S. Open
Two-time U.S. Open champion Venus Williams pulled out of the event on Wednesday after being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that causes fatigue and joint pain. (August 31)
Nadal, Murray reach Open semis
Second seed Rafael Nadal and No. 4 Andy Murray advanced to the U.S. Open semifinals by winning Friday. The two will square off Saturday following the first semifinal between top seed Novak Djokovic and No. 3 Roger Federer. (Sept. 9)
Sam Stosur shows off U.S. Open trophy
U.S. Open Women's Champion Sam Stosur showed off her trophy in Times Square Monday. Stosur upset three-time U.S. Open champion Serena Williams in the women's final on Sunday. (Sept. 12)