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23 July 3:10 pm

DaMarcus Beasley has made his presence felt at the national level. Take a look at the highlights of DMB's USMNT career:

  • 14 consecutive years with an appearance for the USMNT
  • First American to play in four World Cups
  • Third American to be named to four World Cup rosters
  • Ranks in the top five in appearances in USMNT history
  • Ranks in top ten in goals and assists in USMNT history
  • Four CONCACAF Gold Cup titles: 2002, 2005, 2007, 2013
  • Captained the United States at the 2013 Gold Cup

Most Caps in USMNT History

Player Caps
Cobi Jones 164
Landon Donovan 156
Jeff Agoos 134
Marcelo Balboa 128
DaMarcus Beasley 120
Claudio Reyna  111
Carlos Bocanegra 110
Paul Caligiuri 110
Clint Dempsey 109
Eric Wynalda 106

Most Goals in USMNT History

Player Goals
Landon Donovan 57
Clint Dempsey 39
Eric Wynalda 34
Brian McBride 30
Joe-Max Moore 24
Jozy Altidore 23
Bruce Murray 21
Eddie Johnson 19
DaMarcus Beasley 17
Earnie Stewart 17

Most Assists in USMNT History

Player Assists
Landon Donovan 58
Cobi Jones 22
Claudio Reyna 19
Eddie Lewis 16
Eric Wynalda 16
Tab Ramos 14
Joe-Max Moore 14
DaMarcus Beasley 13
Clint Dempsey 12
Three players 11

 

21 July 3:36 pm

Tally Hall recorded his first Save of the Week honor in Week 8 against New York. He's up for the award yet again, this time for his diving save to keep Toronto FC's Luke Moore from finding the back of the net. Hall used full extension and deflected the ball with his left hand to keep the match tied at 2-2. That save proved to be crucial as the matched ended in a 2-2 draw giving the Dynamo a point in the standings. 

Let's get Tally his second Save of the Week award. CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR TALLY

19 July 1:30 pm

Brad Davis continued his sizzling form on Saturday in Toronto, scoring two goals inside the first 30 minutes for his eighth consecutive Dynamo appearance with a goal or an assist. Davis is now tied for the eighth-longest streak of consecutive games with a goal or assist in MLS history. The stretch began on March 29 with an assist on Ricardo Clark’s goal at Vancouver. The streak includes four goals and five assists during the eight games. Davis is one of 17 players in league history to record a streak of eight or more games, including former teammate Brian Ching. Davis is three games from matching the league record (11 games), set by Roy Lassiter and Ronald Cerritos.

Longest streak of consecutive games with a goal or assist in  MLS history:

GAMES

PLAYER

CLUB

STREAK START

STREAK END

11

Roy Lassiter

Tampa Bay/D.C. United

04/25/1998

06/13/1998

11

Ronald Cerritos

San Jose

06/15/1997

08/24/1997

11

Mauricio Cienfuegos

Los Angeles

09/07/1997

05/17/1998

10

Raul Diaz Arce

D.C. United

04/12/1997

07/19/1997

10

Cobi Jones

Los Angeles

09/28/1997

07/04/1998

9

Fredy Montero

Seattle

06/05/2010

08/08/2010

9

Amado Guevara

New York

06/23/2004

08/08/2004

8

Brad Davis

Houston

03/29/14

-

8

Brian Ching

San Jose/Houston

09/10/2005

04/08/2006

(Source: 2014 MLS Fact and Record Book)

*In addition to Davis and Ching, several other players recorded a streak of eight consecutive games: Jeff Cunningham (2001), Jaime Moreno (1997-98), Roy Lassiter (1996-97 & 1999), Martin Machon (2000), Taylor Twellman (2005), Jim Rooney (2001), Chris Henderson (2001-02), Carlos Ruiz (2006), Fredy Montero (2011) and Chris Wondolowski (2012).

Davis will try to make it nine consecutive games with a goal or an assist tonight as the Dynamo host Toronto FC at 8 p.m. at BBVA Compass Stadium. Tickets are still available

17 July 11:45 am

Dominic Kinnear, Kofi Sarkodie and Tally Hall preview Saturday's match with Toronto FC at BBVA Compass Stadium.

16 July 11:07 am

Dynamo broadcaster Glenn Davis is back on the air tonight with a new episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College. The show will air on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM from 7-9 p.m.

Glenn will be joined in studio by Dynamo defender Kofi Sarkodie and all-time scorer Brian Ching for a World Cup roundtable that also will include former Houston Hotshot Freddy Sanguinetti.

The show will also feature interviews with Dynamo captain Brad Davis, Paco Palencia Chivas and Charlie Stillitano of Relevant Sports.

Call in and give Glenn your thoughts on the Dynamo, Dash and more.

The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560.

Click here to listen to a live stream.