Articles written by: Pat Glavin

Pat makes up half of PSP’s Harrisburg City Islanders coverage. As a long time fan of both soccer and run on sentences, blogging about the beautiful game made too much sense to pass up.

Harrisburg Report: Two for two
Harrisburg City Islanders

Harrisburg Report: Two for two

The Islanders come away with two wins: one to advance in the US Open Cup, and one against Dayton in regular season play. With nine goals this week, are their scoring woes finally over?

Amobi Okugo by Daniel Gajdamowicz
Match previews

Preview: Union vs. New England Revolution

A new look Revolution is coming to Chester on the quest for a second chance at three points against the Union and a fourth win in a row. Will the Union be able to keep their own winning form?

Harrisburg Report: Embarrassing result against Charleston
Harrisburg City Islanders

Harrisburg Report: Embarrassing result against Charleston

An uninspired performance and Ethan White’s disastrous debut on loan made for a poor opening for Harrisburg’s four-game home stand. PSP’s Pat Glavin examines how Harrisburg tries to balance Union player development with remaining competitive.

Harrisburg Report: A tough result to swallow
Harrisburg City Islanders

Harrisburg Report: A tough result to swallow

The Islanders show plenty of offensive spark, but poor finishing and a Schoenfeld spot kick deal Harrisburg a loss in their home opener.

Harrisburg Report: Season opening draw shows great potential, great risk
Harrisburg City Islanders

Harrisburg Report: Season opening draw shows great potential, great risk

The City Islanders opened their 2014 season with a high energy, back-and-forth contest that ended in a 0-0 draw. The Isle Guys controlled much of the game but does that style have it’s drawbacks?

USL’s growth spurt
USL

USL’s growth spurt

New PSP contributor Patrick Glavin looks at USL’s recent growth spurt and what it means for minor league soccer in Harrisburg and beyond.