MLS Regular Season
The Houston Dynamo took another hit to their roster on Tuesday. This
time, it’s rookie Will Bruin who will be out of the lineup for 4-6 weeks. According to a club release, the forward underwent successful surgery
on his left knee to repair damage to his lateral meniscus. The news
comes a day after the club learned that Danny Cruz will miss a similar
amount of time with a torn quad muscle.
Houston Dynamo rookie forward Will Bruin
underwent surgery on his left knee today, the club announced. The lateral
meniscus partial meniscectomy was performed by team physician Dr. Kaare Kolstad
of the Methodist Hospital System. Expected recovery time for the surgery is 4-6
Bruin, who has set Dynamo rookie records
with 20 starts and four goals this season, suffered the injury during the first
half of Saturday’s game against the Seattle Sounders at Robertson Stadium.
The Houston Dynamo have announced that premium seats for the new Dynamo stadium are now on sale to the general public. About 90 percent of the roughly 1,100 seats available in the President’s Club and VIP Club have already been reserved with deposits made by current season ticket holders.
A week after a tough 3-0 loss to Chivas USA, the Houston
Dynamo defense bounced back with a strong performance against the
Seattle Sounders last weekend.
Facing one of the toughest and most dangerous attacking clubs in the
league, the Dynamo employed a game plan centered on shutting down space
for Seattle all over the field. From the opening whistle, Houston showed
hustle and energy while moving around the pitch and limiting Seattle’s
More than 1,500 members of the U.S. Armed Forces were in attendance Saturday night, as the Dynamo hosted their annual Military Appreciation Night. Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis has led the charge for Houston's commitment to honoring the military through his Brad's Brigade initiative. Following the match, Dynamo players met with fans and military personnel in the Aztec Events & Tents VIP Club and spoke about the appreciation that each player has for the work of the Armed Forces.
Days after playing in his fourth MLS All-Star Game, Brad Davis
surpassed a club milestone Saturday in the Houston Dynamo’s 3-1 win over the
Coming to Houston when the club relocated from San Jose, the
All-Star has cemented himself as a stalwart in Houston’s lineup. On
Saturday, Davis surpassed Brian Mullan as the franchise leader with 185
appearances in all competitions.
The Houston Dynamo talked all week about the need to play with more
confidence. On Saturday night, the team answered the bell.
Led by two goals from returning captain Brian Ching, the Dynamo put
together what many on the team said was their best performance of the
season in a 3-1 win over the Seattle Sounders.
Houston Dynamo snapped the nine-game MLS unbeaten streak of the third-place
Seattle Sounders with a resounding 3-1 win Saturday night at Robertson Stadium
behind two goals from captain Brian Ching and a goal and an assist from Colin
Clark. The loss was Seattle’s first in league play since May 25.
Brian Ching’s brace led the Houston Dynamo back into the win column with a 3-1 victory over the Seattle Sounders on Saturday to halt the visitors’ nine-game MLS unbeaten streak.
When it comes to the Houston Dynamo and Seattle Sounders, one thing is for sure: Hold onto your hats.
Through the clubs’ short history against each other, they have put on
some memorable matches in some incredibly high-pressure situations.
While Saturday’s match is a regular-season tilt, for Houston the match carries significance in a playoff push they are trying to ignite.