The Oregonian reports the plea means Wambach could see her charges dismissed within a year by enrolling in a diversion program available to first-time offenders. A Multnomah County Circuit Court judge also ordered a breathalyzer be installed in Wambach's vehicle and that she undergo drug and alcohol treatment, the Oregonian reported.
Wambach, 35, was arrested April 2 after police said she ran a red light in downtown Portland and failed field sobriety tests. Her blood alcohol content was .13 percent, above Oregon's limit of .08 percent. Wambach was later released on her recognizance and has since apologized publicly.
A two-time Olympic gold medalist, Wambach retired in December.
Abby Wambach apologizes for DUI arrest
Former U.S. women's national team soccer star Abby Wambach takes to Facebook to apologize for her drunk-driving arrest in Portland, Oregon.