Kerr And Hertzog Power Hounds Past FC Montreal, 2-1The Pittsburgh Riverhounds (2-7-3) broke through for their first win in four matches, defeating FC Montreal (1-11-1), 2-1, at Highmark Stadium.
Hounds Sign Earls For The Rest Of The SeasonThe Riverhounds signed midfielder Danny Earls for the remainder of the 2016 season on a one-year deal.
Hounds Defeated by Red Bulls II in Brandt's Debut, 0-1The Pittsburgh Riverhounds (1-5-3) could not overcome a slow start in head coach Dave Brandt's debut, losing to the New York Red Bulls II (6-1-3), 1-0, at Red Bull Arena.
Vincent Returning To Hounds On 1-Game LoanA rule specific to soccer is allowing a Pittsburgh Riverhounds fan favorite to return for their next home match.
Riverhounds Owner Names New CoachThe Pittsburgh Riverhounds soccer team announced Sunday that they had found a new captain for the team.
Riverhounds Drop Open Cup Match To Lansdowne, 2-0The Pittsburgh Riverhounds dropped their Lamar Hunt US Open Cup opener, 0-2, to Lansdowne Bhoys FC at Highmark Stadium.
Kerr, Hounds Looking To Move On After Parkes IncidentThe Pittsburgh Riverhounds look to move onward and upward from the rough start to the 2016 season when they travel to face expansion FC Cincinnati on Satuday.
Bengals Burfict & Jones Named Honorary Captains For FC Cincy/Riverhounds MatchThere will be some familiar foes in attendance as the Pittsburgh Riverhounds make their first trip to expansion FC Cincinnati this Saturday.
Ex-Riverhounds Star Apologizes For Kicking IncidentA former star of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds is apologizing for his actions during a match this weekend.
Riverhounds Terminate Parkes' Contract Following Kicking IncidentThe Pittsburgh Riverhounds have terminated the contract of Romeo Parkes, following Saturday night's game against the New York Red Bulls II.
Riverhounds Return Home Looking For First Win Of SeasonThe Pittsburgh Riverhounds return home Saturday night to face the New York Red Bulls II at 7 p.m., still looking to find their first win of the young season.
Riverhounds Draw In Rain-Soaked LouisvilleIn a game that took well over three hours to complete, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds (0-2-2) left Louisville Slugger Stadium with a draw against Eastern Conference-leading Louisville City FC (4-1-1).

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