Jonathan Kaplan / Houston Dynamo

Dynamo Daily - June 28, 2010

The Dynamo broke a three-game MLS losing streak, with a 2-2 tie Saturday night to the Colorado Rapids. Forward Joseph Ngwenya made his first MLS start of the season and tied the game in the 79th minute. Once again, defensive miscues proved costly for the Dynamo, as an own goal and a defensive error resulted in both of the Rapids' goals.

You can view video highlights from the Colorado game here, or check out the photos here.

Dynamo COO Chris Canetti offers his insight on Saturday’s game and the coming U.S. Open Cup matchup in the latest edition of Canetti’s Corner.

Craig Waibel blogs about a potential Brazil-Netherlands matchup and assures his readers that he will share his thoughts on the U.S.-Ghana game as soon as his frustration over the match subsides.

The Dynamo hosted a press conference today to announce midfielder Brad Davis’s Brad’s Brigade initiative.

Tomorrow the Dynamo will play Miami FC in the third round of the U.S. Open Cup.  Here’s some interesting history on the tournament, as well as a quick rundown on Houston’s involvement in the tournament.

The Dynamo Academy U-18 squad is in Greensboro, N.C., for the USSF Development Academy playoffs. The squad split its first two games and is tied for first place in its division with the Colorado Rush.