The Houston Dynamo rolled past Houston Baptist University 6-0 in a preseason scrimmage Wednesday night at Sorrels Field on the campus of HBU.
Physicality is a big part of Major League Soccer. Saturdays in MLS have a significant amount of skill, but the fast, tough play stands out across the league. Looking for a home as a trialist with one of MLS’s toughest outfits, the Houston Dynamo, Jose “Sito” Seoane is looking to show he can fit the bill.
In a very special episode of The Pulp from training camp in Tucson, Arizona, Steph chats with Tony Cascio, AJ Cochran and David Horst on settling in with the Houston Dynamo.
Both Dynamo goals were similar in their distance and the minimal chance they offered the FC Tucson goalkeepers.
With two weeks of preseason training in the books, less than a month remains before the curtain rises on the Dynamo’s 2014 MLS campaign with a March 8 home clash against the New England Revolution.
Preseason is a six-week period with eleven games in three locations spanning from America’s southwest to the east coast: Houston, Tucson and Charleston.
The Houston Dynamo used three second half goals to earn a 3-1 comeback win over the San Jose Earthquakes in a preseason friendly at Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Ariz., Saturday afternoon.
For the first time since 2007 the Houston Dynamo started preseason without two of their vocal leaders. With Bobby Boswell in D.C. and legend Brian Ching helping build the Houston Dash, the Dynamo are without two of their most prominent locker room and practice field voices.
Tony Cascio already feels at home in Houston. Now he really is back home as the Dynamo continue their preseason training at a place he knows well—Tucson, Arizona.
"It's an hour 45 minutes from my house, I've got a decent fanbase out there with my family and a few friends," the winger told HoustonDynamo.com this week.