Stateside Scots: Michael Tuohy, Pittsburgh Midfielder Set For College Farewell


Michael Tuohy will pull on his University of Pittsburgh jersey for the 45th and final time on Saturday night when the Panthers host defending national champion Notre Dame to close out their season.

Klingenberg Hopes To Put Pittsburgh On The Soccer Map


CHESTER, Pa. -- Meghan Klingenberg appeared at PPL Park’s media zone last Friday gleefully clutching a ball signed by her United States women’s national team colleagues – a souvenir to mark her first

Stateside Scots Round-Up: Mixed Fortunes For Clarks In College Game


The Clark Family traded places at the top of the college game again this past week.

Former Aberdeen and Scotland goalkeeper Bobby Clark saw his Notre Dame side displace his son Jamie’s University

Wambach Nods U.S. Women To Seventh CONCACAF Championship


CHESTER, Pa. – A hat-trick of Abby Wambach headers in the opening 41 minutes fired the United States to its seventh CONCACAF Women’s Championship title Sunday at the expense of first-time finalist

Mexico Joins USA And Costa Rica At FIFA Women’s World Cup


CHESTER, Pa. – Mexico sealed its place at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Sunday with a 4-2 win in extra-time over Trinidad and Tobago at PPL Park.

Two extra-time goals from Veronica Charlyn Corral

USA Reaches FIFA Women’s World Cup With Win Over Mexico


CHESTER, Pa. – The United States women’s national team is going to the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the seventh time in seven tournaments after a 3-0 win over Mexico in the CONCACAF Women’s Championship

Costa Rica Seals Historic Women’s World Cup Berth On Penalty Kicks


CHESTER, Pa. – Costa Rica sealed its place at the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the first time with a penalty shootout win over Trinidad and Tobago in the CONCACAF Women’s Championship semi-final at

Pittsburgh Women Focused On Overtaking Louisville After Tough ACC Stretch


PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh women’s team brimmed with confidence a few weeks ago after clocking up its first Atlantic Coast Conference wins at Syracuse and North Carolina State.

A string of defeats

Stateside Scots Round-Up: Kinnear Leaves Houston For Home


The Houston Dynamo announced last Wednesday that Glasgow-born head coach Dominic Kinnear is stepping down at the end of the 2014 Major League Soccer regular season.

Kinnear is returning to the San Jose

Stateside Scots Round-Up: Russell Rallies Against Closed U.S. Structure


Former Hamilton, St. Mirren and Kilmarnock striker Allan Russell waded into the ongoing debate over North America’s closed soccer landscape this week when he echoed United States national team head coach

Hill On Top Form As Mountaineers Scale Red Raiders Challenge


MORGANTOWN, W.Va – West Virginia’s junior midfielder Amanda Hill produced a midfield masterclass Friday night as the 10-man Mountaineers swept aside Texas Tech at a sodden Dick Dlesk Stadium.


Pietrangelo Shines In Unexpected Starting Slot For Pitt Panthers


PITTSBURGH – Emily Pietrangelo’s recent promotion to the Pittsburgh women’s starting line-up has coincided with an uptick in the Panthers’ form.

Pitt’s 15-game losing streak since joining

SLIDESHOW: Pittsburgh Women 0 Notre Dame 2

PITTSBURGH — Goals toward the end of each half from Lauren Bohaboy and Morgan Andrews gave Notre Dame a 2-0 win at Pittsburgh in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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Irish Dig Deep To Survive Tough Fight At Pittsburgh


PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh women’s two-game winning streak in the Atlantic Coast Conference ended Thursday when Notre Dame toppled the Panthers 2-0 at Ambrose Urbanic Field.

Goals toward the end

Stateside Scots: Simon Doherty, From Cowdenbeath To California


New York City and California were the two parts of the United States that Simon Doherty longed to visit when he was growing up in West Lothian.

The former Cowdenbeath youth striker fulfilled the first

Stateside Scots Round-Up: Roxburgh’s Red Bull Eyeing MLS Exit


Former Scotland national team manager Andy Roxburgh could see his tenure as sporting director of Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls franchise coming to an abrupt end.

Red Bull GmbH, the Austrian

Duquesne Women Let Two-Goal Lead Slip In A-10 Opener Against Richmond


PITTSBURGH – It all seemed to be going so well for the Duquesne women’s team with 20 minutes of their Atlantic 10 Conference opener remaining on Friday night.

A second-half double from the Dukes’

VIDEO: Robert Morris 0 Pittsburgh 2

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Goals from Hamish Law and Dan Prete gave the visiting Pittsburgh Panthers a 2-0 win at city rival RMU’s North Athletic Complex in non-conference play.

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