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Latest Abby Wambach Items
For Abby Wambach, marrying partner and professional teammate Sarah Huffman was purely a statement of love, not politics.
Winning the World Cup is tough enough. If Tuesday night's thumping of Mexico is any indication, making the U.S. roster might be even tougher.
Since playing at RFK Stadium with the now-defunct Freedom from 2002 to 2003, Abby Wambach has become the most prolific scorer in international soccer history, reaching 160 goals in June to surpass Mia Hamm.
Abby Wambach vs. Alex Morgan in the championship game plays to script.
A drenched and elated Abby Wambach stood at midfield with her U.S. teammates after a win over South Korea, watching the goal onslaught on the big screen.
The new women's professional soccer league has landed a TV deal with FOX Sports.
Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan headline the National Women's Soccer League, the third incarnation of a women's professional soccer league in the United States.
Lionel Messi became the first four-time winner of the FIFA Player of the Year award after shattering the world record with 91 goals last year for Barcelona and Argentina.
When Tom Sermanni shook hands with Pia Sundhage after her last game as coach of the U.S. women's soccer team, he should have asked her for a few tips.