MLS Regular Season

Geoff Cameron named MLS W.O.R.K.S. Humanitarian of the Month

Cameron raised more than $30,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through 20 for 20 campaign
Humanitarian of the Month
MLS W.O.R.K.S

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Photo Credit: 
Anthony Vasser / Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo defender Geoff Cameron has been named the MLS W.O.R.K.S. Humanitarian of the Month for June for his efforts raising money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). The Dynamo all-star was inspired to raise money for LLS after Tim DaPonte, a former youth soccer teammate and close friend of Cameron’s, was diagnosed with stage-two Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in January 2011.

Young Dynamo goalkeeper shows well vs. Valencia

Deric makes four saves in Thursday's match vs. Los Che
Young Dynamo goalkeeper shows well vs. Valencia
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For a young professional, every game is a learning experience.

For Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Tyler Deric, Thursday night was an extraordinary one. In his sixth career start, the 23-year-old lined up between the post against Valencia, one of Spain’s most highly regarded clubs. In the end, despite allowing two goals in a 2-1 defeat, the youngster more than held his own.

Save of the Week

Hall earns nomination for one-handed stop on Beckham free kick
Save of the Week
Save of the Week

Hainault, Davis named to MLS Team of the Week

Dynamo pair honored for performance in 2-1 win
Dynamo duo honored
Team of the Week

Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis and defender Andre Hainault were named to the MLS Team of the Week for Week 12. The pair were instrumental in Saturday's 2-1 victory over the LA Galaxy.

PwC to donate $750 to Houston’s Ronald McDonald House for every Houston Dynamo home goal

The Houston Dynamo and the Houston office of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC US) announced the donation of $750 for every Houston Dynamo goal scored at home during the 2012 season. The donation will be made by PwC’s Houston office through Dynamo Charities to Houston’s Ronald McDonald House.

Dynamo Notebook: Orange continue to evolve in LA win

Wing play crucial to comeback victory against the Galaxy
Dynamo Notebook
MLSsoccer.com

A big part of Houston’s 2-1 win over LA on Saturday was the quality service the Dynamo wing players provided to apply pressure to an undersized Galaxy central defense.

Dynamo's Hainault thrilled to contribute in return to lineup

Houston defender scores game-winner before leaving for national team duty
Dynamo's Hainault thrilled to contribute in return to lineup
MLSsoccer.com

There was a look of relief on Andre Hainault’s face in the BBVA Compass Stadium press conference room on Saturday afternoon, and it wasn’t just because the Houston defender was finally out of the 90-plus degree heat.

Match Stats: Dynamo vs. Galaxy

See final stats from Saturday's match at BBVA Compass Stadium
Match Stats: Dynamo vs. Galaxy
Final Stats

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Photo Credit: 
Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Match Stats

Houston Dynamo   Los Angeles Galaxy
10 Attempts on Goal 6
3 Shots on Target 3
6 Shots off Target

WATCH: Hainault's header buries LA

Dynamo defender scores his second goal of the season
WATCH: Hainault's header buries LA

Dynamo mount comeback to send LA to another loss

Hainault's header improves Houston's unbeaten streak to four games
Three points in the bag
Dynamo win
MLSsoccer.com

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Photo Credit: 
Anthony Vasser/Houston Dynamo

In a rematch of the 2011 MLS Cup, Houston and LA continued to go in opposite directions in their 2012 campaigns, with the Dynamo fighting for a 2-1 comeback victory against the Galaxy on a steamy Saturday afternoon at BBVA Compass Stadium.

Houston, now undefeated in four, sent LA to their third-consecutive defeat and eighth overall by capitalizing on Mike McGee’s own goal in the 38th minute when Andre Hainault marked his 100th MLS start by heading Brad Davis’ in-swinger into the bottom corner in the 57th minute.

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