Ellis Keeps Klingenberg Off #USWNT Roster for #SheBelieves Cup

U.S. Women’s National Team coach Jill Ellis announced her 23-player roster for the upcoming SheBelieves Cup, and one player not making the cut is Meghan Klingenberg. Although she has been dealing with an ailing back, Klingenberg was still brought into camp by Ellis — but ultimately Ellis’ assessment was that the World Cup winning defender from Gibsonia […]

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Hounds Returning Veterans Bring Intensity, Focus In Preseason (VIDEO)

While the Pittsburgh Riverhounds already played a pair of preseason matches last weekend in North Carolina, for many of us here in Pittsburgh, Saturday’s scrimmage against University of Akron was our first look at the team that Head Coach Dave Brandt has been assembling and working with in preparation for the 2017 season which officially kicks off on Saturday, […]

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UPDATED POSITION-BY-POSITION LOOK AT @PghRiverhounds (incl. current trialists & Crew loans)

As the Riverhounds enter the middle of its preseason schedule, there have been a few updates to the current roster — mostly in the form of a few additional four players on trial and the return of two players on loan from Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew as part of the affiliation between the two […]

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ANALYSIS: As Crew Academy Steps Up Presence in Pgh, Local Youth Clubs Must Find Common Ground

After conducting interviews with coaches and others involved in youth soccer development programs and clubs in our area in the past few months leading up to this year’s College National Letter of Intent Day, many of the same themes kept rising to the surface. The consensus from almost all coaches and club representatives gathered from these conversations is […]

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