Out of Touch: Pittsburgh Harlequins vs. Baltimore-Chesapeake Brumbies in final Fall action

The Harlequins traveled to Baltimore for the final match of the Fall half. The Baltimore trip has been an annual occurrence for the Quins for over a decade now. And for nearly as long Pittsburgh has not left Baltimore with a victory. During practice this past week the Quins discussed the significance of this match […]

Out of Touch: East Meets West in Pennsylvania Showdown

The Pennsylvania Turnpike is a path well travelled for both the Schuylkill River Exiles and the Pittsburgh Harlequins. It was only a few weeks ago that the Quins left Philly after a tight margined defeat. But on Veteran’s Day, Pittsburgh would even the 2017 series. The Quins controlled the opening kickoff and played well for […]

Out of Touch: Potomac-Pittsburgh Showdown in Coraopolis

A week of heavy rain forced the Harlequins’ match against the Potomac Exiles to be relocated from Founders Field to Coraopolis. A few makeshift adjustments to a standard soccer pitch were no trouble for a Pittsburgh side eager to get back on the right track in MAC competition. Coming off of three straight losses, the […]

11/4 MATCH SITE RELOCATION

Attention Harlequins fans. An important announcement to follow: Due to the high level of precipitation this past week Founders Field is water-logged and unplayable. Tomorrow’s (11/4) match against Potomac will be held at Montour Junction Sports Complex: 2419 State Avenue Coraopolis, PA 15108. The match will begin at 1 PM. We encourage you to come […]

Out of Touch: Tough Road Loss in Nation’s Capital

The challenge of traveling well at the Club level once more rears its ugly head. The Harlequins were up early Saturday morning in order to make the trip to D.C. for a rematch against the Washington Irish. The previous meeting saw Pittsburgh the victor by a considerable margin, but on the Potomac with the Washington […]

Out of Touch: Conference Championship Rematch Sees No Change in Result.

With fans, friends, family, and former players present; Harlequins Homecoming and Family Day was all set to be a fine success. Even the weather was willing to cooperate. The sky was blue and the sun shined bright, but Rocky Gorge came to play. That should come as no surprise. The reigning conference champs have a […]

Pittsburgh Harlequins vs. Schuylkill River Exiles

The Harlequins’ four plus hour road trip to Philadelphia took its toll on their ability to start strong. Kicking off to the Exiles, Pittsburgh’s chase was unevenly timed and coverage poorly communicated among Quins defenders. Schuylkill would take advantage of open field play all day and that trend started from the opening kickoff. The Quins […]

Pittsburgh Harlequins visit Potomac Exiles

Success in the Mid-Atlantic Conference has a lot to do with a club’s ability to travel. That is no secret, but executing a road victory continues to be difficult. That same feat eluded the Harlequins in week one against Rocky Gorge. If you look at the wins and losses between Potomac and Pittsburgh over the […]

Baltimore-Chesapeake vs. Pittsburgh

After spending so much of last week’s match in good scoring position, but failing to capitalize on several occasions, the Quins had a lot to prove to themselves when Baltimore-Chesapeake came to town. And they did just that. Pittsburgh opened up the match with a consistent attack that balanced straight forward power with good passing to the […]

Washington Irish vs. Pittsburgh Harlequins

“A win is a win,” says Head Coach Eric Jerpe as the Quins gather around him after their 30-17 victory. Pittsburgh did get a bonus point win against the newly DI promoted Irish side, but many expected a wider margin of victory after a good deal of the match was played inside the Irish twenty-two. […]

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