It was a good week for Dynamo man Brian Ownby, as he tallied a goal and an assist for the Richmond Kickers in their USL Pro match against the Charlotte Eagles on Saturday, May 4.
Ownby gave Richmond the early lead in the 14th minute of the match (0:40 in the video below). Chasing down a long ball from defender William Yomby, the second year man out of Virginia deftly lofted the bouncing ball over the onrushing goalkeeper for his first goal with the Kickers.
The Dynamo midfielder then provided his 2nd assist of his loan spell in 34th minute to give the Kickers a 2-0 lead (2:30 in the video below). Ownby headed down a bouncing ball at the top of the 18 yard box while under heavy pressure into the path of Stanley Nyazamba. The onrushing attacker slotted it into the far corner to give Richmond a two goal advantage.
Ownby finished his night early in a 69th minute substitution. Charlotte came back with three goals in the second half, but Richmond scored an equalizer in the dying seconds of stoppage time to preserve a draw.
Richmond's next match is this Saturday, May 11 at 6 p.m. CT against Antigua Barracuda FC.
Relive the Dynamo's big 1-0 win over the LA Galaxy in this edition of Dynamo Rewind. Tally Hall's penalty save and Andrew Driver's goal gave the men in orange their first win on the road in 2013.
Who was your man of the match? Let us know in the comments below!
Following last week's tough 1-1 draw against Colorado to stretch their home unbeaten run to 36 games, the Dynamo hit the road to face their foil in the last two MLS Cup Finals: the LA Galaxy. In This Week, we take a look at some of the major talking points ahead of Sunday's match.
You can watch the Dynamo take on the Galaxy this Sunday at 10 p.m. CT on ESPN2.
This past week, Dynamo Charities and Dynamo Sidekicks offered fans the opportunity to have dinner and hang out with their favorite Dynamo players at their annual Dine with the Dynamo event.
It was a great chance for fans to play games, get autographs and personally interact with Dynamo players and their families.
The proceeds for the event, which included a silent auction with items donated by the players, are going toward a soccer field in the East End of Houston.
Get ready for Saturday's match vs. Toronto FC with this preview from Dynamo TV. Catch the match at 3 p.m. CT on KPRC Local 2.
Will Bruin, Giles Barnes and Dominic Kinnear give their thoughts on Toronto FC and the team's mindset going into a road match.
Homegrown signing Bryan Salazar hasn't fully joined the first team yet, but he's been making the most of his farewell tour with the Dynamo Academy, presented by Statoil.
The forward has scored four goals in two matches at the 2013 Dallas Cup thus far, including a hat-trick during the team's 7-0 romp of Towers Football Academy from the United Kingdom.
Here's video of his goal against Mexican side C.F. San Nicolas, keying a 4-1 victory for the Dynamo U-18s:
Warren Creavalle speaks on his first ever goal for the Dynamo. We're all glad that he managed his way out of the bathroom for this. #freewarren