Pittsburgh Plays Back-To-Back Games In North Carolina
Weekend Set Takes The Hounds To Charlotte and Wilmington
Courtesy of Pittsburgh Riverhounds
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds are still in pursuit of their first win of 2008. On Friday night, the Hounds travel to Charlotte to challenge the United Soccer League 2nd Division's first place Eagles. Then on Saturday, the Pittsburgh heads for the coast to tangle with the last place club in the loop, the Wilmington Hammerheads. The back-to-back games against the teams at the top and bottom of the standings conclude a long five-game in-league road trip for Pittsburgh.
Before the Hounds head home, they will travel to Chicago for a June 10th match against the AAC Eagles in the 1st Round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Tournament. Pittsburgh earned the final USL-2 berth in the competition.
The next Riverhounds' home game will be Saturday June 14th versus the Cleveland City Stars. All Hounds' home games are played at Chartiers Valley High School Stadium off of I-79 in Bridgeville.
Chris Shovlin - Riverhounds PR