Major League Soccer
Expect another tight race as five MLS goalkeepers vie for the Week 14 Save of the Week award.
Two US national team goalkeepers -- Houston Dynamo's Tally Hall and Real Salt Lake's Nick Rimando -- join early MLS Goalkeeper of the Year candidate Troy Perkins (Montreal Impact), DC youngster Joe Willis and Seattle veteran Michael Gspurning as the fivesome battle for your vote. This wasn't the only spectacular save Hall made against Columbus, as he pulled off an impressive double save before half to keep the Crew off the board.
Make your pick in the poll at the right. Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursday.
Check out complete Save of the Week coverage — including a full archive of 2013 winners.
Tune in to ESPN 97.5 FM tonight for a new episode of Soccer Matters with Glenn Davis. The Dynamo broadcaster will chat with Houston Chronicle sports editor Nick Matthews about how soccer is covered in Houston, as well as interviews with Dynamo coach Tim Hanley, U.S. National Team and Dynamo players.
Tonight's episode airs from 7-9 p.m. and can be heard on the radio on 97.5 FM or online at www.espn975.com.
The call-in number for the show is 713-780-3776.
Catch the best Dynamo moments from the month of May with this feature from Dynamo TV!
Check out the nominees for AT&T MLS Goal of the Week for Week 14 of the 2013 regular season! Warren Creavalle's volley against the Columbus Crew is up for the weekly award, and it's up to you to #freewarren and show MLS who's best.
Cast your ballot before voting ends for your favorite Goal of the Week! The winner is determined by the total number of votes cast online and in text voting and is announced on Fridays.
Vote online or text goal code to 22442.
Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursdays. For complete coverage of the AT&T MLS Goal of the Week — including an archive of all of this season's winners — click here.
Hall scrambles to stop Arrieta
Hall double save on Higuain and Arrieta
The Columbus Crew and Houston Dynamo renew acquaintances when the two Eastern Conference clubs meet for the first time this season at Crew Stadium on Saturday evening. The Crew are coming off an undefeated two-game road swing, following a 2-2 draw in New York, then advanced in the U.S. Open Cup following a midweek victory. The Dynamo ended a two-game losing slide with a 1-1 draw at Sporting KC last weekend, then also advanced in the Open Cup with a midweek home victory.
Dynamo: Hall; Sarkodie, Clark, Brunner, Ashe; Creavalle, Moffat, Barnes; Johnson, Bruin, Driver
Subs: Ching, Chabala, Camargo, Arena, Ownby, Dixon
Columbus Crew: Gruenebaum; Barson, Gehrig, Glauber, Wahl; Oduro, Tchani, Sanchez, Meram; Higuain, Arrieta
Subs: Lampson, George, Warzycha, O'Rourke, Speas, Finlay, Schoenfeld
Listen in as Adam Moffat, Eric Brunner and Tally Hall share their thoughts ahead of their match against the Columbus Crew.
Dynamo forward Will Bruin was voted as one of May's Top 3 Performers in MLS along with Marco Di Vaio of Montreal and Rodney Wallace of Portland.
Bruin scored two goals and assisted on three more over the course of the month.