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  • Riverhounds give up win, draw 2-2 with Charleston

    by Rachael McKriger

    The Pittsburgh Riverhounds were six minutes away from sealing away three points against the No. 1 team in the USL’s Eastern Conference. However, the team let one slip by them in the 84′ minute, when Charleston Battery midfielder Maikel Chang scored the equalizing goal to split the points. Chang beat defender Shannon Gomez, and then blasted his shot past goalkeeper Keasel Broome. The draw is the fourth-straight for the Riverhounds. Charleston got on the board first in the match, with Miles Robinson – who was drafted by MLS club...

  • Season Preview: Pitt Panthers Football

    by Jordan Kiebler

    The University of Pittsburgh football team isn’t getting much love in the preseason polls, which is totally understandable. Polls have the Panthers ranked either 3rd or 4th in the Coastal behind Miami, Virginia Tech and flip-flopping with North Carolina. A big question mark is at the quarterback position. The new quarterback will also have to overcome a new offensive coordinator, losing six offensive starters – 1/3 of that being on the offensive line. It makes sense not to be heavy on the Panthers this year. But I think Pitt fans should...

  • Riverhounds, Rhinos draw 1-1 in New York

    by Rachael McKriger

    Since the 2014 season, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds have not earned a single point at Capelli Sport Stadium. The New York stadium is home to the Rochester Rhinos, seemingly the Riverhounds out-of-state rivals. The Riverhounds met the Rhinos already this year, but at Pinnacle Athletic Campus for a friendly. In that match, the Riverhounds fell to the Rhinos, 1-5. This time, the Riverhounds earned their first point in three years against the Rhinos at home, after a scoreless draw on Saturday. The Riverhounds made a number of roster changes under head...

Riverhounds give up win, draw 2-2 with Charleston

Posted on: Jul 27 2017 - 3:21pm | #0
In: Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Rachael McKriger

The Pittsburgh Riverhounds were six minutes away from sealing away three points against the No. 1 team in the USL’s Eastern Conference. However, the team let one slip by them in the 84′ minute, when Charleston Battery midfielder Maikel Chang scored the equalizing goal to split the points. Chang beat defender Shannon Gomez, and then blasted his shot past goalkeeper Keasel Broome. The draw is the fourth-straight for the Riverhounds. Charleston got on the board first in the match, with Miles Robinson – who was drafted by MLS club Atlanta United this past year with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft – scoring off a Justin Portillo assist in the 11′ minute. Victor Souto didn’t let the Battery...

Riverhounds, Rhinos draw 1-1 in New York

Since the 2014 season, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds have not earned a single point at Capelli Sport Stadium. The New York stadium is home to the Rochester Rhinos, seemingly the Riverhounds out-of-state rivals. The Riverhounds met the Rhinos already this year, but at Pinnacle Athletic Campus for a friendly. In that match, the Riverhounds fell to the Rhinos, 1-5. This...

Posted on: Jul 23 2017 - 8:48pm | #0
In: Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Rachael McKriger
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McKriger’s Korner: Ben right to call out lack of discipline, but he has to lead

The Pittsburgh Steelers are currently in a rut right now. The team has lost four games in a row against the Miami Dolphins, New England...

Riverhounds, Orlando City B draw down south

After falling at home to the Charlotte Independence on their annual Fourth of July, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds traveled down south to face Orlando City B at their new stadium. The...

Pens Report 7/7/17

  With the initial rush of the NHL’s initial Free Agency madness now behind us, let’s start this week by catching up with the moves made by the Pittsburgh Penguins. The club made two moves right away as the noon hour hit as they signed defenseman Matt Hunwick to a three-year deal.  He will earn 2.25 million per year for the life of the contract.  An assistant captain...

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