United States' Abby Wambach fights for the ball with Brazil's Bruna Benites during a final match of the International Women's Football Tournament in Brasilia, Brazil, Sunday. The game ended in a draw, giving Brazil the tournament victory. Eraldo Peres/AP hide caption

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The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team left its CONCACAF tournament competition in the dust. The team didn't give up a single goal all tournament. Abby Wambach, shown controlling the ball in the second half of the U.S. 6-0 win over Costa Rica in the finals, scored seven of the U.S. team's 21 goals. Mitchell Leff/Getty Images hide caption

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Power In Reserve: Strikers Alex Morgan (second from left) and Lauren Cheney have added firepower to the U.S. lineup, while midfielder Megan Rapinoe has adjusted to coming in off the bench to energize the American attack — and set up goals for Abby Wambach. Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Abby Wambach scores the second U.S. goal against France during their FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 semifinal match. The Americans won, 3-1. Martin Rose/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. forward Abby Wambach heads in the equalizer past Brazil's defender Daiane and goalkeeper Andreia Sunday in Dresden. Robert Michael/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Good Luck Charm? The U.S. women's team is undefeated when wearing all black since the uniforms were introduced on May 14. In that game against Japan, Ali Krieger battled for control of the ball. Jamie Sabau/Getty Images hide caption

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Nilla Fischer of Sweden and America's Abby Wambach battle for the ball during their Group C match in the Women's World Cup. Sweden took an early 1-0 advantage in the match. Martin Rose/Getty Images hide caption

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Soccer fans attend the women's World Cup opener between Germany and Canada. In Germany, the game drew a TV audience of more than 18 million, or a quarter of the country's population — better stats than some men's matches garner. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Abby Wambach of the United States battles against North Korea's Ri Un Hyang during the group C match between the United States and North Korea at the Women’s Soccer World Cup in Dresden, Germany, Tuesday, June 28, 2011. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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