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Tie sets up win-and-in finale in Harrisburg

The Pittsburgh Riverhounds stayed alive in the race to earn a spot in the USL playoffs by playing to a hard fought 1-1 draw against league-leading Rochester Rhinos at Highmark Stadium on Wednesday

09/16/2015 - 23:21
John Krysinsky
Pittsburgh native Alison Riske lost in the opening round of the U.S. Open to 25th seeded Canadian Eugenie Bouchard.

QUEENS, NY - Bouchard beat Riske for the fifth straight time, winning 6-4, 6-3.

09/01/2015 - 01:48
PSR Staff
Jason Day became the first player in PGA history to shoot 20-under at a major tournament, winning his elusive first career major at the PGA Championship, staving off the world’s number one player Jordan Spieth by three shots.

“It’s been a long journey,” said Day, who lost his father at the age of 12 shortly before picking up the sport.

08/16/2015 - 18:06
Matthew Zabierek
The United States Women’s soccer team came to Heinz Field on Sunday afternoon to begin their World Cup Victory Tour, and they didn’t let the record crowd of 42,028 down, easily defeating Costa Rica 8-0 in an international friendly.

Pittsburgh fans were treated to a classic, overpowering U.S.

08/16/2015 - 17:57
John Krysinsky
Late Hounds lapse gifts tie to Charlotte

Before a record crowd of 4,297 at Highmark Stadium, Pittsburgh Riverhounds settled for a 1-1 draw against the Charlotte Independence on Saturday in a hard-fought match with USL playoff implications

08/16/2015 - 17:41
John Krysinsky
At moving day of the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, Jason Day turned into Chasin’ Day, as the 27-year-old Australian shot a 66 to climb to the top of the leaderboard at 15-under, while Jordan Spieth birdied six of his final eight holes to position himself within two shots of Day.

An Australian invasion ensued this weekend in Kohler, Wisconsin, as Day supplanted fellow Aussie Matt Jones, who led the tournament after two rounds at 11-under, but shot one-over 73 to fall to six

08/15/2015 - 21:23
Matthew Zabierek
USWNT Victory Tour rolls into Pittsburgh; Riverhounds play “season defining game”

With the United States Women’s Soccer team in Pittsburgh this weekend to kickoff their “Victory Tour” and on the heels of Pittsburgh Riverhounds President Richard Nightingale proclaiming Saturday’s

08/14/2015 - 11:42
John Krysinsky
Peoples Natural Gas to serve as presenting sponsor for the longest-standing kids race in the greater Pittsburgh area, benefiting Habitat for Humanity

Allison Park, PA - Young athletes from Southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond will compete in Habitat for Humanity’s 15th annual Kids Triathlon in North Park on August 15th, 2015.

08/06/2015 - 23:12
PSR Staff
Pittsburgh tops Wilmington 3-0 as Englishman moves to 16 goals on season

Led by a hat trick from their leading scorer, Rob Vincent, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds blanked USL rival Wilmington Hammerheads, 3-0, on Saturday at Highmark Stadium to end their three-game losing s

08/01/2015 - 23:04
John Krysinsky
Riverhounds goalkeeper returns

What a summer it's been for Ryan Thompson. 

07/30/2015 - 21:51
John Krysinsky
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Josh Bell had not hit a walk-off home run since he was a member of the Altoona Curve in 2015. He changed that Friday with a soaring shot for the left field loonies.
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Francisco Cervelli is as passionate about the current state of Venezuela as anybody you'll find. Last month, the Pirates' catcher spoke passionately about the movement, his country's state of affairs and the future of Venezuela.
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Gustav Nyquist and Jimmy Howard led the way for the Red Wings, who landed Pittsburgh its fourth straight regulation loss.
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Monday night was more than a game. For Jameson Taillon, it was another heave in an ongoing push to liberation from a disease that can break down the toughest of men.
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