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Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC: History of Crew SC’s U.S. Open Cup fourth round opponent

Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC is an American professional soccer team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1998 and beginning play in 1999, the club plays in the Eastern Conference of the USL Championship, the second tier of the American soccer pyramid. Since 2013, the Riverhounds have played their home games at the 5,000-seat Highmark Stadium, a soccer-specific stadium located in Station Square. Their current head coach is Bob Lilley. Saint Lucian international David Flavius currently holds the club records for most appearances and goals which he set over his eight seasons with the Riverhounds between 1999 and 2006. In June 2017, the Riverhounds entered into a developmental partnership with the Ocean City Nor’easters of the Premier Development League, running through the 2018 season.

In 2013, the Riverhounds organization announced its intentions to join Major League Soccer by 2023. Highmark Stadium initially seated 3,500 spectators, though the stadium is designed to be capable of being expanded to 18,500.

Team management

Front Office
Owner and interim president Tuffy Shallenberger
General manager Kevin Johnston
Coaching Staff
Head coach Bob Lilley
Assistant coach Dan Visser
Goalkeeping coach Hunter Gilstrap
Riverhounds Development Academy
Academy director Scott Gibson
Academy East director James Meara
Director of goalkeeping Hunter Gilstrap
Director of coaching, East Sterling Flunder
RDA coaches Greg Annan
Nikola Katic
Kevin Kerr
Dave Nicholas
Stephen Okai
Rob Vincent
RDA East coaches Ryan Bradley
Denny Marzano
Brad Smith




Year Division League Record (W–L–D) Regular Season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup Avg. Attendance
1999 2 USL A-League 16–12–0 4th, Northeast Quarterfinals Not eligible 4,178
2000 2 USL A-League 10–14–4 7th, Atlantic Did not qualify 2nd Round 3,808
2001 2 USL A-League 10–12–4 3rd, Northern Quarterfinals Quarterfinals 3,226
2002 2 USL A-League 8–15–5 4th, Northeast Did not qualify Did not qualify 2,274
2003 2 USL A-League 15–9–4 3rd, Northeast Did not qualify 3rd Round 1,783
2004 3 USL Pro Soccer League 17–2–1 1st, Atlantic Semifinals Did not qualify 1,475
2005 3 USL Second Division 6–11–3 7th Did not qualify 1st Round 2,236
2006 3 USL Second Division 8–6–6 3rd Semifinals 1st Round 2,232
2007 On Hiatus
2008 3 USL Second Division 4–10–6 8th Did not qualify 2nd Round 1,258
2009 3 USL Second Division 6–10–4 8th Did not qualify 1st Round 1,178
2010 3 USL Second Division 7–8–5 3rd Semifinals 2nd Round 941
2011 3 USL Pro 7–11–6 10th Quarterfinals 2nd Round 1,127
2012 3 USL Pro 4–15–5 10th Did not qualify 2nd Round 984
2013 3 USL Pro 10–8–8 7th Quarterfinals 2nd Round 3,273
2014 3 USL Pro 9–14–5 11th Did not qualify 4th Round 2,686
2015 3 USL 11–9–8 5th, Eastern Conference 1st Round 4th Round 2,630
2016 3 USL 6–17–7 13th, Eastern Did not qualify 2nd Round 2,494
2017 2 USL 8–12–12 13th, Eastern Did not qualify 2nd Round 2,639
2018 2 USL 15–5–14 3rd, Eastern Conference Quarterfinals 3rd Round 2,401