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Topic - National Women'S Soccer League
For Abby Wambach, marrying partner and professional teammate Sarah Huffman was purely a statement of love, not politics.
Abby Wambach vs. Alex Morgan in the championship game plays to script.
Until about a month ago, Robbie Rogers had no interest in being one of the highest-profile openly gay athletes in the world.
The Portland Thorns' season couldn't be going any better. They're sitting atop the National Women's Soccer League's opening-season standings and drawing more than 11,000 fans to home games. And they've got Alex Morgan.
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.