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RDA Live Results

Live Results

Welcome to the Riverhounds Academy Live Results page, an all-in-one destination that will track the club's youth teams in action, provide news about the Academy and link to news updates ranging from the Grassroots Program to the Pro Team.

This page will be updated periodically during the Academy offseason with updates, so keep checking back for the latest Hounds news.

While the current RDA teams are still waiting to get the 2019-20 competitive season going, this summer has seen a number of Hounds Academy alumni return to Highmark Stadium for training ahead of the upcoming college season.

Saturday, Aug. 17

• The Pro Team's five-game win streak came to an end, as the Hounds were beaten 5-0 playing their second road game in four days at North Carolina FC. 

Wednesday, Aug. 14

• A superb summer keeps rolling on for the Pro Team, as Neco Brett scored on the counter-attack with six minutes remaining to give the Hounds a 2-1 win at East-leading New York Red Bulls II. The win was the fifth straight for the Hounds and moves the team into fourth in the East, six points off the top spot. Read more about the midweek win HERE.

Monday, Aug. 5

• 2002 Boys goalkeeper Ben Martino was accepted into the Philadelphia Union Academy and will make the move to the MLS club this month. Read more about Martino's transfer and development HERE.

Friday, Aug. 2

• In case you missed it, current and former pro players coaching in RDA took the time to talk about what it means to help develop players from this area and, hopefully, teach the next generation of pros. See the full story HERE.

Saturday, July 27

There was plenty of off-field news around the club this week:

•  2003 Girls player Tessa Dellarose and 2002 Boys player Luke Peperak were selected for ECNL National Training Camps which began this weekend. Hounds director of speed and strength Mike Whiteman also was selected to be part of the Boys ECNL staff at the national camp. More info on the honors can be found HERE.

• Former player, Pro Team coach and current academy coach Niko Katic is bringing his 10-year run with the club to an end after accepting a position with the newly established FC Cincinnati Academy. Read more about Katic's move and his decorated Hounds tenure HERE.

The 2005 Girls will return home as the runner up in the U14 Super Group from US Club Soccer's National Cup XVIII.

Tuesday, July 23

At US Club Soccer National Cup XVIII in Commerce City, Colo.:

• In a final that could have gone either way, the Hounds 2005 Girls couldn't get the last bounces in their favor. Defending champion Fever United of Dallas outlasted the Hounds to take the 14U title in extra time, 3-1. The Hounds trailed in regulation until Bella Vozar scored from a Fiona Mahan corner kick to level the score. Just before full time, the RDA could have put the match away after Ava Boyd was taken down in the box for a penalty kick, but the Fever's goalkeeper made the save and forced extra time. Chances didn't end there for the Hounds, as Lola Abraham rang a shot off the bar shortly after play resumed, but it was the Fever who finally pulled ahead for good from a free kick.

The 2005 Girls get ready to get things started at the US Club Soccer National Cup XVIII in Colorado.

Monday, July 22

At US Club Soccer National Cup XVIII in Commerce City, Colo.:

The 05 Girls remained unbeaten at the tournament on short rest, defeating Premier Development Academy (N.J.) and advancing to the championship game by a 2-0 score. Eliana Davin and Sophia Spatafore each scored goals off set pieces to pick up the semifinal victory. The final will pit the Hounds against Dallas-based Fever United, who are the defending champions in this age group and 3-0-1 thus far in the tournament.

Sunday, July 21

At US Club Soccer National Cup XVIII in Commerce City, Colo.:

•  The 2005 Girls came out sluggish in the heat for their third game in three days, and with 20 minutes remaining, they fell behind by a goal against the Dallas Sting. That goal snapped the Hounds into action, and Delaney Evers cut a pass back to Lola Abraham for the tying goal. The RDA girls took command from there, and Ava Boyd scored twice to give the Hounds a 3-1 lead and the top seed for the U-14 Super Division semifinals. The team will need to rest up, as they have less than 16 hours to prepare for their knockout match against the Players Development Academy Flash (N.J.), which advanced as a wildcard with a 2-1-0 record in group play.