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07 April 3:43 pm


Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Tyler Deric is chasing a rare Save of the Week four-peat, with the Homegrown backstop nominated yet again after taking home the honor in Weeks 2 and 3 and 4 of the MLS season.

Among those trying to end Deric's streak are Toronto FC goalkeeperJoe Bendik, who stoned back-to-back, point-blank attempts from the Fire, and D.C. United's Bill Hamid, who snuffed out a promising Orlando City counterattack with a sliding stop on Kevin Molino.

The New England Revolution's Bobby Shuttleworth was nominated for a left-handed swat that pushed over the crossbar what would have been the Rapids' first goal of 2015. And a defender is among the challengers, with Brek Shea in for a lunging, goal-line clearance on a Chris Pontiusattempt that halted a sure opener for D.C. United.

Vote HERE for your top save! The winner will be announced on Friday.

Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursday. For complete coverage of the MLS Save of the Week – including an archive of all of this season’s nominees and winners – click here

06 April 9:16 am

Watch highlights & get reaction from Owen Coyle and Brad Davis after Saturday night's 0-1 loss at CenturyLink Field. 

03 April 9:52 am


This is becoming a trend.

For the third straight week, Tyler Deric has taken home the MLS Save of the Week award. The Houston Dynamo goalkeeper won it this week for his point-blank save on Colorado Rapids midfielder Marcelo Sarvas.

It was a tight race this time around, though: His save beat out Jeff Attinella's of Real Salt Lake by just a few percentage points. New York Red Bulls' Luis Robles finished third, while the Vancouver Whitecaps' David Ousted was right behind him in fourth. Columbus Crew SC'sSteve Clark brought up the rear.

2015 MLS Save of the Week - Week 4 final votes

1. Tyler Deric (HOU) 30.03%

2. Jeff Attinella (RSL) 24.78%

3. Luis Robles (NY) 17.82%

4. David Ousted (VAN) 17.65%

5. Steve Clark (CLB) 9.72%

Click HERE for complete coverage of Save of the Week and an archive of past nominees and winners.

03 April 9:26 am

Why do you watch? David Horst, Zach Steinberger, Nathan Sturgis & Boniek Garcia tell why they support the Dash & why women's soccer is important for Houston. 

03 April 8:48 am

Owen Coyle, Kofi Sarkodie, Tyler Deric & Giles Barnes discuss this week's trip to Seattle. 

01 April 4:30 pm

Watch player arrivals, warm-ups & on-the-field action from Houston Dynamo vs Colorado Rapids with Dynamo Tunnel Vision.

01 April 4:02 pm

Tune in to Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM tonight from 7-9 p.m. for a new episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College. 

Dynamo forward Giles Barnes will join Dynamo broadcaster and host Glenn Davis to discuss Barnes' first goal for with the Jamaica national team and his experience with the Reggae Boyz after earning his first cap on Friday. Davis will also speak with Houston Dash forward Kealia Ohai ahead of the club's home opener on April 10 at BBVA Compass Stadium. Finally, former Dynamo defender and current TV analyst Eddie Robinson will join the program. The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560. 

Click here to listen to a live stream.

Dynamo All-Access is a weekly show on 1560 AM covering the Dynamo and Dash and usually airs on Wednesday or Thursday. 

01 April 11:54 am

The Dash beat the University of Texas Longhorns 2-0 in a preseason scrimmage at Houston Sports Park on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. Hear from the biggest (littlest) Dash fans, Melissa Henderson, JJ Johnson & Kristine Lilly, UT asst. coach & former USWNT star.