Whether it's the stadium, the Riverhounds themselves or the league they play in, a lot about pro soccer in Pittsburgh is unrecognizable from two decades ago.
Bob Lilley continues to sign Bob Lilley guys entering his second year with the Riverhounds.
Working alongside the Riverhounds' core group of 13 signed players at the team's first practice of 2019 were 14 trialists who were invited to camp by Lilley and his staff.
The Riverhounds pounced quickly to lock up a college player Bob Lilley believes has a bright future.
With the Riverhounds, Bob Lilley doesn't get the sort of big-league luxuries afforded to NFL or NBA coaches.
Another player who has history with Hounds coach Bob Lilley is headed to Pittsburgh.
The Riverhounds are going to log a lot of miles before they get to play in front of their home crowd.
Duquesne junior guard Mike Lewis II, the team's leading scorer in each of the past two seasons, has elected to transfer away from the program.
As many as 65 scholarship players, plus any walk-ons who see action, will return from Texas with more to come in their Pitt career.
The Panthers took off for to El Paso, Texas on Wednesday morning, kicking off nearly a week of events leading up to facing Stanford in the Sun Bowl.
This year's Dapper Dan awards have a decidedly Pitt lean, as Steelers running back James Conner and Pitt athletic director Heather Lyke take top honors.
Against an Eastern Kentucky team that loves to press, Duquesne's Eric Williams Jr. wasn't going to be worn down.
The one team that finished behind the Pirates in the NL Central just made an offseason splash.
Xavier Johnson, Trey McGowens and Au'Diese Toney came to Pitt as Jeff Capel's first recruiting class, and it was clear they were going to get every opportunity to perform.
The backfield tandem of Qadree Ollison and Darrin Hall has been the poster for Pitt's success this season.
Keith Dambrot went absolutely ballistic on the court after Michael Hughes was called for a blocking foul as Lamar Stevens drove to the hoop with 5.4 seconds remaining.