MLS Regular Season
The Dynamo earned a road draw behind a shutout from Pat Onstad, one day after he played for the Canadian national team.
Houston Dynamo (4-4-6) vs. Colorado Rapids (5-7-1)
June 21, 2008 -- Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City CO
With a lineup that included only three starters at their normal positions, the Dynamo fell behind on first-half strikes from Steve Ralston and Kheli Dube and suffered their first home loss by more than one goal in 49 all-time home games.
New England Revolution (8-3-2) vs. Houston Dynamo (4-4-5)
June 12, 2008 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX
Dwayne De Rosario’s goal in first half stoppage time opened the floodgates, and Brian Ching scored twice in the second half as the Dynamo powered to a 3-1 win over Toronto.
Toronto FC (5-4-2) vs. Houston Dynamo (4-3-5)
June 08, 2008 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX
The Dynamo sprang to life in the second half, and Brian Ching tapped in a cross from Geoff Cameron for the only goal in a much-needed home win.
New York Red Bulls (3-3-3) vs. Houston Dynamo (3-3-5)
May 31, 2008 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX
HOU -- Brian Ching 3 (Geoff Cameron 1, Stuart Holden 2) 68
Halftime sub Corey Ashe, back from a stint with the U-23 national team, scored his first career goal to tie the game 1-1 and then helped set up Dwayne De Rosario for a scrappy stoppage-time equalizer as Houston salvaged a 2-2 draw.
Houston Dynamo (2-3-5) vs. FC Dallas (3-3-4)
May 28, 2008 -- Pizza Hut Park, Frisco TX
In the first competitive game back in San Jose for many Dynamo players after their move to Houston in 2006, the Dynamo were upset by the expansion Earthquakes on goals from Kei Kamara and Ivan Guerrero. Brian Ching scored a late consolation goal from Houston.
Houston Dynamo (2-3-4) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (2-5-1)
May 22, 2008 -- Buck Shaw Stadium, Santa Clara CA
The Dynamo earned a hard-fought road win with an outstanding performance decided by a late header from Bobby Boswell after a quickly taken free kick from Richard Mulrooney.
Houston Dynamo (2-2-4) vs. Chicago Fire (5-2-1)
May 17, 2008 -- Toyota Park, Bridgeview, IL
The Dynamo earned their first MLS win of the season in their seventh game behind a first-half goal from Brian Ching and a dramatic, tie-breaking penalty kick from Dwayne De Rosario in the 87th minute.
Colorado Rapids (3-4-0) vs. Houston Dynamo (1-2-4)
May 10, 2008 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX
After receiving their 2007 championship rings in a pregame ceremony, the Dynamo were stoned by Chivas USA goalkeeper Brad Guzan, who made five saves in a scoreless draw.
Chivas USA (1-3-2) vs. Houston Dynamo (0-2-4)
May 03, 2008 -- Robertson Stadium, Houston TX
Despite carrying play and a 15-9 shot advantage, the Dynamo fell in Columbus to a goal from former Houston forward Alejandro Moreno on the rebound of an open header from Chad Marshall on a corner kick.
Houston Dynamo (0-2-3) vs. Columbus Crew (4-1-0)
April 26, 2008 -- Crew Stadium, Columbus OH
CLB -- Alejandro Moreno 4 (unassisted) 22