Abby Wambach simply laughs when asked about playing her 200th game for the U.S. women's national team. The 2012 FIFA Player of the Year is far too busy playing to dwell on her accomplishments.
''Hopefully I'll think about those more when I retire,'' Wambach said Tuesday.
''I'm not really big on personal accolades and awards. It's just not my style. So for me, it's another game. It's exciting, I guess. I don't know. It's hard to explain because I don't really put that much value on that kind of stuff. I put value on wins. I put value on championships.''
With 152 goals, the 33-year-old foreard enters Wednesday's friendly against Scotland six from the world record set by Mia Hamm from 1987-04. Only seven Americans have appeared in more international matches.
Midfielder Shannon Boxx called it a huge accomplishment.
''We don't have that many players that have been able to get to that level,'' Boxx said. ''I think it's her day tomorrow, and we can hopefully celebrate it with her. Hop...