Four Houston Dynamo players reach career milestones against Colorado Rapids
The Houston Dynamo set two important team-related marks with Sunday’s 1-1 home draw against the Colorado Rapids. The tie extended their home unbeaten streak to 30 regular games to set a Major League Soccer record. The tie also improved Houston’s record to 4-2-2, its best eight-game start to a season in club history.
In addition, several Dynamo veterans set significant career milestones.
On Sunday, Bobby Boswell played in his 200th game in all competitions with the Dynamo. He is the fourth player in club history to reach 200 appearances, joining Brad Davis, Corey Ashe, and Brian Ching.
Ricardo Clark also joined the 200-game club, making his 200th career regular season apperance on Sunday. Sunday's start was also Clark’s 150th for Houston in all competitions. The 30-year-old midfielder is the sixth player in club history to make 150 starts in orange, joining Davis, Boswell, Pat Onstad, Brian Mullan and Ching.
Speaking of Ching, the veteran striker came on a substitute on Sunday for his 225th MLS regular season appearance.
Sunday's match also marked the 225th start in all competitions in orange for Brad Davis. The Dynamo captain is the franchise leader for starts in all competitions.