Steel City Finds Fix To Empire Revs Dominance


PITTSBURGH (June 28, 2015) – Steel City F.C. fell to its first Women’s Premier Soccer League defeat two weeks ago when Empire Revs WNY left The Ellis School in Shadyside with a comfortable 3-1 win. Highmark Stadium was the setting… Continue Reading

Steel City Romps to Debut Win in WPSL


PITTSBURGH (May 23, 2015) — Steel City F.C. turned its inaugural game into a rout Saturday with a 4-0 crushing of Tkaronto Justice at The Ellis School to open its Women’s Premier Soccer League campaign. Former University of Pittsburgh forward… Continue Reading

Kowalski Aims for Scrap with Pittsburgh’s Big Dogs


PITTSBURGH (May 12, 2015) – Five training sessions. That is all the time that Fort Pitt Regiment head coach John Kowalski has had to prepare his side for its first ever Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game Wednesday evening. “And… Continue Reading

Tartan Devils Ousted from U.S. Amateur Cup


PITTSBURGH (April 12, 2015) – The Tartan Devils’ dreams of U.S. Amateur Cup glory ended at the first hurdle Sunday with an extra-time loss to Hammers F.C. at Highmark Stadium. Devante Eckford’s headed goal in the first minute of the… Continue Reading

Pitt Women Tie Maryland in Scoreless Spring Friendly

IMG_3334 - Version 2

PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Panthers women’s team continued its miserly spring form Saturday with a 0-0 tie against Maryland at Ambrose Urbanic Field. Greg Miller’s side has conceded one goal in six spring games. His offense has also struggled to… Continue Reading

USL: Pittsburgh Riverhounds Look To Steffens’ Ability To Discover Diamonds


PITTSBURGH – Over three decades have passed since Mark Steffens first came to Pittsburgh in a professional coaching capacity. The Long Island native became Shep Messing’s assistant at the New York Arrows in 1983 after starting out in the college… Continue Reading

USL: New Pittsburgh Riverhounds President Richard Nightingale Outlines Plans For Club


PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Riverhounds owner Tuffy Shallenberger has stayed out of the limelight since acquiring the team and Highmark Stadium last year. He prefers to set up the club’s press conference podium while wearing his baseball cap and jeans rather… Continue Reading

Stateside Scots: Michael Scott on Livingston, Brian Welsh and UMBC’s Captivating Cup Run


Few observers could have foreseen Dalgety Bay’s Michael Scott being the sole remaining Scotsman in college soccer’s NCAA Tournament when the season-ending nationwide competition kicked off on Nov. 20. Scott’s University of Maryland, Baltimore County side qualified for the 48-team tournament… Continue Reading

Clarks’ Elimination Leaves UMBC’s Scott As Sole Scot In US College Championship


Bobby Clark’s hopes of leading Notre Dame to a second straight college soccer crown ended Sunday night with a home loss to No. 16 seed Virginia. It was a disappointing day for the Clark household as Jamie Clark’s University of… Continue Reading

Stateside Scots: Clarks Among Four Scots Advancing To NCAA Round Of 16


The number of Scots left in this year’s NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament has been whittled down to four after the completion of this weekend’s second round games. Bobby Clark, his son Jamie, Mason Robertson and Michael Scott will take part… Continue Reading

Stateside Scots: Mixed Fortunes As Men’s NCAA National Tournament Begins


A clutch of Scots saw action in the American college scene Thursday night as the 48-team NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament kicked off to determine this year’s national champions. All 23 conference champions automatically qualify for the tournament with 25 other… Continue Reading

Stateside Scots: Lewis Hawke, Son Of Greenock Legend Making His Name In Greenville


Lewis Hawke seemed destined to become a soccer player for Scotland’s Greenock Morton. His father, Warren, scored 53 goals for the club in almost 250 appearances during two separate spells either side of the new millennium. Hawke accompanied his father to… Continue Reading

Stateside Scots: Bobby Clark’s Notre Dame Earns No. 1 Seed For NCAA Title Defense


The draw for college soccer’s NCAA Men’s Tournament was unveiled Monday afternoon with a small band of Scots representing some of the 48 schools involved in the knockout competition to determine America’s national champion. Former Aberdeen and Scotland goalkeeper Bobby… Continue Reading

Stateside Scots Round-Up: O’Grady, Hawke Notch Conference Winners For Hartwick And Furman


Former Liverpool, Inverness and Highland League full-back John Scott steered Hartwick College to the Sun Belt Conference Championship crown a week after the Oneonta, New York-based school clinched the regular-season title. Hartwick sealed the “Double” with a 1-0 win over Georgia… Continue Reading

West Virginia Rues Missed Chances As Georgetown Advances On PKs


MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – West Virginia and Georgetown’s players had endured the biting cold for over two hours during Saturday’s NCAA women’s national championship first-round battle when Daphne Corboz trotted toward the penalty spot from her huddle of teammates stationed… Continue Reading

Bowling Green Edges WVU In Overtime To Reach MAC Championship Final


AKRON, Ohio – West Virginia was denied a place in its first Mid-American Conference Championship final Friday after losing 3-2 in overtime to Bowling Green at FirstEnergy Stadium – Cub Cadet Field. Second-half goals from MAC Player of the Year… Continue Reading

Inverkeithing’s Scott Seals UMBC’s Place In America East Championship Final


Inverkeithing’s Michael Scott will compete for his third America East Conference championship on Saturday after his University of Maryland, Baltimore County side defeated Vermont by 3-1 in Wednesday’s semi-final at Retriever Soccer Park. The former Livingston U-19 forward sealed his… Continue Reading

WVU’s Bevin Hopes For Final Shot At Akron


AKRON, Ohio — West Virginia’s senior captain Andy Bevin has suffered his fair share of frustration at the hands of Akron during his collegiate career. The schools have participated in three regular-season meetings since WVU joined the Mid-American Conference from… Continue Reading

Stateside Scots Round-Up: John Scott Leads Hartwick College To Conference Title


Former Liverpool and Inverness full-back John Scott led his Hartwick College team to the Sun Belt Conference regular season title at the first attempt after the school’s transfer from the Mid-American Conference. Hartwick secured the crown with a 5-0 thumping… Continue Reading