MLS Regular Season

Match Recap: DC United 1, Houston Dynamo 1

Ricardo Clark's second half goal was enough to salvage a road point for the Dynamo
Recap: DCU 1, Dynamo 1
Match Recap

WASHINGTON - D.C. United met the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night needing a at least a point to keep pace with the Eastern-Conference-leading New York Red Bulls. The Dynamo were looking for points of their own, eager to follow up last week’s positive result at Montreal and climb a bit higher in the West.

Preview: Houston Dynamo at D.C. United

Dynamo take to the road looking to continue momentum gained from last week's win
Preview: Dynamo at D.C. United
Match Preview

Houston Dynamo at D.C. United
Saturday, April 18, 6:00 p.m. CT
RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.

Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Joe Willis is optimistic for his new club against former team D.C. United

Former DCU goalkeeper is eager to see his old club, but confident in the talents of the new
Familiar face
DC United

The Dynamo head to the nation’s capital to face early-season pacesetters on Saturday night feeling confident after last week’s 3-0 victory over the Montreal Impact.

Houston’s defense continued its stingy form and the attack ignited, making goalkeeper Joe Willis optimistic of three points at RFK Stadium against D.C. United, his former club (6 p.m. CT, ROOT SPORTS).

Confident Tyler Deric and Houston Dynamo defense have been rock solid to start 2015

Despite conceding the second fewest goals in MLS, Deric and the defense still striving for more
Strive for greatness


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The words inked in ornate script on Tyler Deric’s left arm read: “To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.”

The quotation from the last line of Tennyson’s poem "Ulysses" is a tattoo he got when he was 18 and a mantra he takes to heart, one he sums up as “Don’t be stale, always try and be better. You think you’re good today? Then that’s not good enough, you have to try and be better the next day.”

Match Recap: Houston Dynamo 3, Montreal Impact 0

Barnes, Clark and Lovejoy score while the defense notches another shutout at home
Recap: Dynamo 3, Impact 0
Match Recap

The Houston Dynamo attack got their wake-up call Saturday night, splashing the net three times on the way to a 3-0 win over the Montreal Impact.

Preview: Houston Dynamo vs. Montreal Impact

Dynamo look to bounce back at home against CCL finalists Montreal Impact
Preview: Dynamo vs. Impact
Match Preview

Houston Dynamo vs. Montreal Impact
Saturday, April 11, 7:30 p.m. CT
BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas

ROOT SPORTS (Alternate Channel) - 7:30 p.m. (7:00 p.m. pregame) CHANNEL LISTINGS
Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM - 7:30 p.m. (7:00 p.m. pregame)
La Ranchera 850 AM - 7:30 p.m. (7:00 p.m. pregame)

Houston Dynamo defense stands strong as attack searches for its spark

Dynamo defense has held firm while attack hopes to find its way against the Montreal Impact
Searching for a spark
Strong defense


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The Dynamo welcome the Montreal Impact to BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday night looking for a spark that will set their attack alight.

After having one of the most porous defenses in MLS last year, the side has tightened up under new head coach Owen Coyle so far this season. Only three goals have been conceded in five games, with individual errors undermining solid overall displays.

Houston Dynamo's attacking woes come to the forefront against 10-man Seattle Sounders

"Three points … slipped out of our hands" says Barnes after Dynamo attack doesn't break through
Opportunity gone
Dropped points


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With 34 minutes to go against the Seattle Sounders on Saturday evening, the Houston Dynamo had a golden chance to pull out a result.

Gonzalo Pineda had just been sent off to leave the Sounders with 10 men to defend a one-goal lead. When the final whistle blew, though, the scoreline was the same and the visitors were left to reflect on an attack that continued to struggle to create chances.

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