Battering ram. Aerial threat. And, as my son Ben texted me after she scored with another bruising header on Wednesday afternoon, "a warrior." Yes, that's a soon-to-be 14-year-old boy (watching the game with his twin brother, Alex) weighing in on the exploits of Abby Wambach, the towering striker for the United States Women's National Team. Gender barriers are being broken here, and with good reason.
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