Soccer: England versus U.S.
In Chicago, the two 2002 World Cup quarterfinalists meet for the first time since 1994. The Brits know how dangerous U.S. striker Brian McBride (left) can be: He had six goals in his last nine games for Fulham of the English Premier League. Meanwhile Fulham teammate Carlos Bocanegra hopes to use the friendly to nail down a spot on the U.S. squad. ESPN 3 p.m.
Track and Field: Payton Jordan U.S. Open
A must for pole vaulting aficionados. Tim Mack and Toby Stevenson, who finished one-two at the Athens Olympics, lead a strong field that includes Nick Hysong, 2000 Olympic gold medalist, and Jeff Hartwig, the U.S. record holder. On the women's side, 2000 gold medalist Stacy Dragila returns to Stanford's Angell Field, where she set two world records in 2001. ESPN2 10 p.m.
NCAA Softball: College World Series
Who says softball's a West Coast game? Michigan is the first non-Western school to be voted No. 1 during the season. The Wolverines--led by pitcher Jennie Ritter (right)--are the favorites to represent the East in Oklahoma City. ESPN2 check listings