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I learned how to compete, my brothers and sisters always played with me on the same level and they never let me win until I was better than them and deserved it. You might have a certain skill or talent but there is always someone who is better at something than you.""She was as competitive as you can get.One of the first experiences where I knew she'd be better than most, was a game of catch football. I don't think he was ready to get blasted." While playing in her first youth soccer league at age five, she was transferred from the girls' team to the boys' after scoring 27 goals in only three games.All together, she played in 29 matches and scored 22 goals at these five international tournaments.She played college soccer for the Florida Gators women's soccer team and helped the team win its first NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship.Individually, she was the SEC Freshman of the Year (1998), a freshman All-American (1998), a first-team All-SEC selection for four straight seasons (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001), a two-time SEC Player of the Year (2000, 2001), twice received SEC Tournament Most Valuable Player honors (2000, 2001), and was named a first-team All-American her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons in 1999, 20.In addition to leading the Gators to the Final Four of the NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Tournament as a senior in 2001, Wambach set school career records for goals (96), assists (50), points (242), game-winning goals (24), and hat tricks (10).No, Abby Wambach is in a relationship and living in L. with her girlfriend Washington Freedom midfielder Sarah Huffman. Check out Abby and Sarah's Twitter page and look for the obvious proof.:) As a professional, Abby Wambach has scored 178 goals in all competitions: 53 at the club level (44 for the Washington Freedom and 9 for the magic Jack) 125 at the international level, 13 of which were scored in the World Cup.
Florida's program had only been in existence for three years; however, the challenge of joining a less established team over a team like North Carolina with a long history of championship titles appealed to Wambach.
She was also voted national high school player of the year by Umbro and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
In 1997, she was named NSCAA Regional Player of the Year, NSCAA State of New York Player of the Year, Gatorade Circle of Champions New York Player of the Year, and cited by USA Today as one of the nation's top 10 recruits. In 1997, she traveled to Beijing, China, as a member of the first American youth soccer team to ever compete there.
Wambach announced her retirement on October 27, 2015.
Her last game was played on December 16 in New Orleans when the United States played its last match of its 10-game Victory Tour following its win at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.