A woman says she was drugged and raped by Larry Nassar when he was a medical student in 1992 but that police at Michigan State refused to investigate and athletic director and football coach George Perles was aware of it and covered it up.

A lawsuit was filed Monday, a deadline for certain legal claims against Michigan State. After medical school, Nassar became a sports doctor at MSU and for elite U.S. gymnasts. Numerous gymnasts have accused him of sexual assault and he is now in prison.

The woman said she had a knee injury as a 17-year-old field hockey player and went to Nassar because he was conducting a study about flexibility.

She said Nassar drugged her, raped her and videotaped the assault. She says she became pregnant and had a miscarriage. Michigan State said it's "looking into the situation."


U.S. beats Mexico

Tyler Adams scored his first international goal, four minutes after Angel Zaldivar was ejected for a studs-up tackle, and the United States rebounded from a poor first half for a 1-0 victory over Mexico, the Americans' first win over their rival in three years.


Yzerman stepping down

Steve Yzerman is stepping down as general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning after building it into a perennial contender.

The Lightning's GM the past eight seasons is leaving his post, moving to a senior adviser role, and will be replaced immediately by longtime assistant Julien BriseBois.

... Vegas signed former Montreal captain Max Pacioretty to a $28 million, four-year contract extension that runs through the 2022-23 season. The 29-year-old Pacioretty was entering the final season of a six-year deal. The Stanley Cup runner-up Golden Knights acquired the All-Star forward Sunday night from the Canadiens for Tomas Tatar, prospect Nick Suzuki and a 2019 second-round pick.


Women's college basketball: Baylor dismissed sophomore point guard Alexis Morris from the team for an unspecified violation of team rules.

Tennis: Carlos Lopez, the chair umpire who penalized Serena Williams a game in the U.S. Open final has been assigned to officiate the Davis Cup semifinal matches between the U.S. and Croatia.