PROVO -- The Ogden Outlaws continue to seek out their first win of the 2011 season tonight when they take a quick journey south to face arch-rival BYU in Premier Development League action at South Field.
Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. between the Outlaws and Cougars.
Ogden (0-9-2) and BYU (2-6-3) have met twice this season, drawing 0-0 in Provo on May 24, with the Cougars staking out a 1-0 win on a penalty kick on May 28 at Bonneville High School.
BYU is coming off a 3-1 win over the Los Angeles Legends last weekend, while Ogden fell 4-1 to the division leading Ventura County Fusion.
Women's World Cup
* SUNDHAGE BRINGS EUROPEAN FLAIR TO AMERICAN ATTACK: The American women haven't looked the same since Pia Sundhage got her hands on them.
After years of getting the ball to their forwards and letting them overwhelm defenses with their superior athleticism, Sundhage has injected a little European flair into the U.S. offense.
"I was always saying the States played a little too direct," said Sundhage, a Swede who is the first foreign coach the U.S. women have had. "They've been very, very successful, don't get me wrong. So I wanted to change that, but it couldn't be too big of a change. With a successful team, you can't change too much."
When the two-time World Cup champions play Colombia today at Sinsheim, Germany, fans will see a possession-based offense. Instead of relying on the forwards to begin the attack, Sundhage wants the offense to develop in the midfield.
Think the fluid, pretty style of Barcelona, and you get an idea of what Sundhage is going for.
"Really knowing how to break down teams with many passes and much possession, truthfully that's the best way of defending is holding the ball," Abby Wambach said. "That's why Barcelona is so good. They literally force their opponents into submission because they always have the ball. It's demoralizing when you don't even get much chance."