The Riverhounds open their 2019 season on the road against the Tampa Bay Rowdies — and players and coaches alike have set the bar high.
The Riverhounds enjoyed a productive season in 2018 — and now they're ready to take it to the next level.
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.
The Riverhounds are digging deep to plant soccer's roots in the city.
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.
The season, the Hounds' 20th as a franchise, will open with matches March 16 against the Swope Park Rangers, based in Kansas City, and March 23 against the Tampa Bay...
While most the questions around the Riverhounds offseason have centered on who the team will add, the Hounds were sellers in their latest move.
Player turnover is common at the USL level and especially in the Riverhounds' history, but their 2019 roster plans already have solid foundation.
Two of the biggest cogs to the Riverhounds' 2018 turnaround — one off the field and one on it — are finalists for two of the USL's top honors.
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