McHugh Penalty Steers Pitt Women To Win Over Central Michigan


PITTSBURGH – Riliegh McHugh’s penalty kick earned the Pittsburgh women’s soccer team a 1-0 win over Central Michigan in its final exhibition game before the new season begins.

It was a deserved

College Soccer Reforms Worthy Of Consideration On Women’s Side

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University athletic director Oliver Luck was in Portland, Ore. last week to make a presentation to Major League Soccer’s Technical Committee outlining proposals to

Chicken Soup’s “Beautiful Game” Commemorates FIFA World Cup


The Chicken Soup for the Soul series of inspirational books features a new title to commemorate this summer’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

"The Beautiful Game: Inside World Soccer’s Greatest Cup Competition" features

Pittsburgh’s Scotsman, Englishman And Irishman Provide Punch Rather Than Punchline


PITTSBURGH – “A Scotsman, an Englishman and an Irishman” is a common opening line in jokes, usually set in a bar, that pander to the national stereotypes of those three nations.

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VIDEO: Palace Millionaires To Swoop In On Richmond’s Humble Digs


RICHMOND, Va. -- English Premier League club Crystal Palace commenced its pre-season tour of the United States Wednesday night with a 2-2 tie at Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew.


College Soccer Looks To Full-Year Schedule To Bolster Its Relevance


MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Top college soccer coaches are finalizing plans and canvassing support for changes that would extend the men’s season over the full academic year.

The proposals recommend a 25-game

McLaughlin’s Magic Muzzles Riverhounds


PITTSBURGH – Five minutes stood between the Pittsburgh Riverhounds and a one-point gap to fellow strugglers Harrisburg City Islanders at the foot of the United Soccer Leagues Pro Division standings when

VIDEO: Pittsburgh Riverhounds 3 RWB Adria 2 (aet)


PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Riverhounds advanced in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Wednesday after a hard-fought 3-2 win in extra time over national amateur champion RWB Adria at Highmark Stadium.


Rochester’s Dixon Extends Pittsburgh’s Winless USL PRO Start To Seven

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PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Riverhounds’ winless start to the United Soccer Leagues Pro Division season reached seven games Saturday after the Rochester Rhinos left Highmark Stadium with a single-goal

VIDEO: Pittsburgh Riverhounds 3 New York Red Bulls U23 1


PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Riverhounds advanced to the third round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Wednesday with a 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls U-23 team at Highmark Stadium.

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Pittsburgh Fumes After Reversed PK Call In Orlando Loss


PITTSBURGH -- Flight delays into Pittsburgh’s airport yesterday caused a minor panic that last night’s United Soccer Leagues Pro Division clash between the Pittsburgh Riverhounds and Orlando City could

Revolving Cast Of Players Highlights Flaw In MLS/USL Partnerships


RICHMOND, Va. – The Richmond Kickers spent most of last Friday evening bustling around City Stadium causing little harm to the visiting Rochester Rhinos defense. A black Kickers team bus sat across the

When Refereeing Strays Beyond The Realm Of Understanding


Finnish defender Toni Stahl spent last Saturday evening repelling the increasingly menacing attacks from the New York Cosmos. His Carolina RailHawks had been reduced to nine players midway through the

Cosmos Crash In Carolina Amid Refereeing Debacle


CARY, N.C. – The New York Cosmos looked in good shape to add the North American Soccer League’s Spring Championship to their trophy cabinet after two wins to start the new season.

Saturday’s 1-0

SLIDESHOW: Carolina RailHawks 1 New York Cosmos 0

CARY, N.C. — Ty Shipalane’s early goal gave the Carolina RailHawks a 1-0 win over the New York Cosmos at WakeMed Soccer Park during the North American Soccer League’s spring season.

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Riverhounds Nudge Forward With Shutout Against Charleston


PITTSBURGH – A scoreless tie with the Charleston Battery Saturday night extended the Pittsburgh Riverhounds’ winless start to the United Soccer Leagues Pro Division to five games despite the club’s

Hofstra Conference Underlines Struggle For “The People’s Game”


Hofstra University professors Brenda Elsey and Stan Pugliese spent two years planning an event to examine soccer’s historical, cultural, social, political and economic history and what the game teaches