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Game Preview: #BSTvPGH

By Riverhounds Staff, 07/13/17, 2:45PM EDT


PITTSBURGH (July 13, 2017) – The Pittsburgh Riverhounds (5-7-5) travel to Bethlehem this Saturday, July 15, for their second of three straight matches on the road, facing Steel FC (8-6-2) at 5 p.m. at Goodman Stadium.

The first of three meetings between the two clubs this season, the in-state foes also met three times last year, finishing 1-1-1 with the Hounds picking up their lone victory at Highmark Stadium, 2-1.

Bethlehem is currently in the midst of a seven-game unbeaten streak, while Pittsburgh is only one of six teams in the East to hold a .500 or better record away from home (2-2-4). The Steel have not lost at home since May 25 – a 1-0 defeat against the Charleston Battery.

Heading into Saturday, the Hounds sit 11th and only one point out of playoff position in the East. They will begin a stretch of four straight games against teams in the top-eight of the table and, to date, are 3-4-0 when facing clubs with a winning record.   

Fans can catch all of this weekend’s action via USL Match Center or watch the stream live on YouTube. Further details on the game can be found below.

Game Info


Pittsburgh Riverhounds at Bethlehem Steel FC


5 p.m. on Saturday, July 15


Goodman Stadium


USL Match Center


Twitter: @PghRiverhounds - #BSTvPGH | #UNLEASH

What to Watch For

Team Records

Bethlehem Steel FC overall record: 8-6-2

Bethlehem Steel FC home record: 4-3-2


Pittsburgh overall record: 5-7-5

Pittsburgh away record: 2-2-4


Hounds Injury Report

Rich Balchan – Out for Season (Achilles)

Kay Banjo – Doubtful (Knee)

Marshall Hollingsworth – Out (Knee)

Trey Mitchell – Doubtful (Shoulder)

Recent Head-to-Head

Sept. 18, 2016 at Goodman Stadium

Pittsburgh 1, Bethlehem Steel FC 1

Scoring Summary

PGH – Corey Hertzog 8’
BST – James Chambers 67’ (Cory Burke)

August 13, 2016 at Highmark Stadium

Pittsburgh 2, Bethlehem Steel FC 1

Scoring Summary

PGH – Corey Hertzog 18’ (Danny Earls)
BST – Cory Burke 28’
PGH – Kevin Kerr 62’ (Corey Hertzog)

Season Leaders


Goals: Corey Hertzog (6)

Assists: Kevin Kerr (3)

Points: Corey Hertzog (14)

Saves: Trey Mitchell (32)

Save %: Trey Mitchell (.727)

GAA: Trey Mitchell (1.00)

Bethlehem Steel FC

Goals: Seku Conneh (7)

Assists: Adam Najem (4)

Points: Seku Conneh (16)

Saves: Jake McGuire (45)

Save %: John McCarthy (.824)

GAA: Jake McGuire (0.83)

Last Time Out...


Pittsburgh 0, Orlando City B 0


Keasel Broome – Taylor Washington, Jamal Jack, Tobi Adewole, Mike Green – Jack Thompson (Kenroy Howell 66’), Danny Earls, Victor Souto, Kevin Kerr – Chevaughn Walsh (Marshall Hollingsworth 85’), Romeo Parkes (Corey Hertzog 64’)

Bethlehem Steel FC

Bethlehem Steel FC 2, New York Red Bulls II 0


BST – Chris Nanco 17’ (Adam Najem)
BST – Fabian Herbers 31’ (Santi Moar)


Jake McGuire – Auston Trusty, Ken Tribbett, Aaron Jones, Matthew Real – Anthony Fontana, James Chambers, Adam Najem, Fabian Herbers (Amoy Brown 61’), Santi Moar (Josh Heard 86’) – Chris Nanco (Yosef Samuel 71’)