"My game's a lot more mental than it is physical. Obviously, I still have my speed and I can run down players," she said. "But I'm having fun. That's the best part of it. I had my international career, I'm so grateful for that. But now I get to play with some younger players that give me energy, and I give back."
"For the most part, it's been the locker room with the girls, and going through those good times and bad times, and persevering through those tough games where you don't think you are going to bounce back and you come back," Rampone said during an interview at halftime. "Winning those gold medals and having such meaning behind it. I really loved the journey."