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(And also note that it make the example an aversion or subversion of this trope; the game is still decided on the final play, even if not in the protagonists' favor.) In Real Life examples this is even more prominent; close games that come Down to the Last Play are often contested by two evenly-matched teams, both of which are deserving of the win, and thus there isn't a clear protagonist if one is not in either team's fanbase. See Just in Time for the non-sport variation of this trope.This happens, because there are very few circumstances in which it is interesting to see a routine pop fly with a four run lead or a second string quarterback sit on the ball for three downs. In politics, this trope is called Decided by One Vote; contrast with Landslide Election.On September 4, 2016, it was announced that Holiday had previously been diagnosed with a brain tumor during her pregnancy.Her husband chose to take a leave of absence to care for her.Holiday became the first player in UCLA history to earn NSCAA/adidas First-Team All-America honors all four years of her career.At UCLA, she set new school records for points (173) and game-winning goals (28); and tied the career school record in goals with 71.Following the 2013 NWSL season, Holiday was awarded the Golden Boot, an award given to the player who scores the most goals (12) and was named the league's Most Valuable Player (MVP). team making preparations for the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup and training starting with the Four Nations Tournament in January. She came off the bench in the gold medal match to play the final 23 minutes after suffering a minor injury in the semifinal.
She was subsequently named WPS Player of the Week for week 18 of the season.
As a sophomore in 2007, she was the runner-up for the women's Hermann Trophy and the Pac-10 Player of the Year.
She led the conference again in goals scored with 23 and broke the UCLA single-season school records for points (57) and goals (23).
Lauren Nicole Holiday (born September 30, 1987), née Lauren Nicole Cheney, is an American retired professional soccer player who played as a midfielder and forward for the United States women's national soccer team from 2007 to 2015.
She is a two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA Women's World Cup champion. She attended Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis where she was named the school's most valuable offensive player in 2004–05.