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HOUSTON DYNAMO v NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (Sept. 29, BBVA Compass Stadium, 7:30 p.m. CT) PROBABLE LINEUPS

2012 SEASON RECORDS Dynamo at home

GP W-L-T PTS GF GA 30 12-8-10 46 42 37 14 9-0-5 32 25 10

ROSTERS

1

Revolution 30 7-15-8 29 37 41 on road 14 1-11-2 5 15 26

Hall

LEAGUE HEAD-TO-HEAD

31

ALL-TIME (13 meetings): Dynamo 2 wins, 12 goals … Revolution 6 wins, 18 goals … Ties 5

32

4

Boswell

Taylor

26 Ashe

Hainault

13 Clark

27

AT HOUSTON (6 meetings): Dynamo 1 win, 3 goals … Revolution 4 wins, 7 goals … Ties 1

11

Garcia

2012 (MLS): 5/19: NE 2, HOU 2 (Sene 26, 57 – Bruin 32; Camargo 87)

Davis

3

9

Carr

Kandji

12 Bruin

UPCOMING MATCHES REVOLUTION DYNAMO Sat. Oct. 6 at Philadelphia Sat. Oct. 6 Montreal Sat. Oct. 20 Chicago Sat. Oct. 20 Philadelphia Sat. Oct. 27 at Montreal Sat. Oct. 27 at Colorado

WHERE THE GOALS COME FROM F 42 64

A 37 73

F 37 73

GOALS SCORED MINUTES PER GOAL

27 Bengtson

11

80

Rowe

Cardenas

30

REVOLUTION

DYNAMO

14 Fagundez

Alston

A 41 66

18 13 6 0

18 9 14 0

23 7 1 2 2 0 0 2

19 8 4 1 3 2 4 0

7 24 6

10 23 8

TYPE OF PLAY

20 5 8 0 5 1 2 1

OPEN PLAY CROSS CORNER REBOUND PENALTIES DIRECT FROM FREE KICK FREE KICK (INDIRECT) OWN GOALS

19 8 4 0 5 0 1 0

DISTANCE

11 26 5

INSIDE GOAL AREA INSIDE PENALTY AREA OUTSIDE PENALTY AREA

8 24 5

(W-L-T) HOU NE

RECORD AT HALFTIME LEAD TIED TRAIL 7-0-1 5-3-8 0-5-1 5-1-1 2-6-5 0-8-2

HOUSTON DYNAMO Date Score (Gms since) 9/06/2012 HOU 1, RSL 0 7/28/2012 HOU 2, TOR 0 6/18/2011 HOU 0, CLB 2 9/23/2012 HOU 1, PHI 3 9/14/2012 HOU 1, KC 1 9/06/2012 HOU 1, RSL 0 8/10/2012 HOU 0, NY 2

Toja

5

26

Soares

McCarthy

25 Barnes

REFEREE: Drew Fischer. SAR (bench): George Gansner; JAR (opposite): Jonathan Johnson; 4th: Baldomero Toledo INJURY REPORTS HOUSTON DYNAMO – QUESTIONABLE: DF Nathan Sturgis (R ankle sprain); MF Giles Barnes (R quad strain); PROBABLE: DF Corey Ashe (L hamstring strain) … NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – OUT: DF Flo Lechner (R knee MCL sprain); MF Lee Nguyen (R shoulder surgery); DF Tyler Polak (R foot sprain); FW Saer Sene (L knee ACL surgery); DF Chris Tierney (L knee sprain / L hamstring strain); DOUBTFUL: MF Clyde Simms (R calf tightness)

(0) (4) (22) (0) (1) (2) (6)

N.E. REVOLUTION 1 Matt Reis (GK) 2 Florian Lechner (DF) 3 Tyler Polak (DF) 5 A.J. Soares (DF) 6 Michael Roach (FW) 7 Blair Gavin (MF) 8 Chris Tierney (MF) 11 Kelyn Rowe (MF) 13 Ryan Guy (MF) 14 Diego Fagundez (FW) 17 Sainey Nyassi (MF) 18 Juan Toja (MF) 19 Clyde Simms (MF) 22 Benny Feilhaber (MF) 23 Blake Brettschneider (FW) 24 Lee Nguyen (MF) 25 Darrius Barnes (DF) 26 Stephen McCarthy (MF) 27 Jerry Bengtson (FW) 30 Kevin Alston (DF) 34 Bobby Shuttleworth (GK) 39 Saer Sene (FW) 40 Tim Murray (GK) 80 Fernando Cardenas (FW) 92 Dimitry Imbongo (FW) 99 Alec Purdie (FW)

DISCIPLINARY SITUATION SUSPENDED: none WARNINGS (suspended next yellow card): none INTERNATIONAL DUTY none

RECORD WITH FIRST GOAL SCORE ALLOW 11-0-5 1-8-2 5-5-3 2-10-2

THE LAST TIME Home win Road win Home loss Road loss Tie game Shutout for Shutout vs.

Feilhaber

Shuttleworth

RIGHT FOOT LEFT FOOT HEADERS OTHER

19 11 6 1

18

34

HOW SCORED

14 18 10 0

22

HOUSTON DYNAMO 1 Tally Hall (GK) 3 Calen Carr (FW) 4 Jermaine Taylor (DF) 5 Warren Creavalle (DF) 6 Nathan Sturgis (MF) 7 Colin Clark (MF) 8 Kofi Sarkodie (DF) 9 Macoumba Kandji (FW) 10 Je-Vaughn Watson (MF) 11 Brad Davis (MF) 12 Will Bruin (FW) 13 Ricardo Clark (MF) 14 Colin Rolfe (FW) 15 Cam Weaver (FW) 16 Adam Moffat (MF) 17 Luiz Camargo (MF) 18 Josue Soto (MF) 19 Alex Dixon (MF) 22 Brian Ownby (MF) 23 Giles Barnes (MF) 24 Tyler Deric (GK) 25 Brian Ching (FW) 26 Corey Ashe (MF) 27 Boniek Garcia (MF) 28 Erich Marscheider (GK) 31 Andre Hainault (DF) 32 Bobby Boswell (DF)

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION Date Score (Gms since) 9/05/2012 NE 2, CLB 0 (1) 3/31/2012 NE 3, LA 1 (11) 8/12/2012 NE 0, MTL 1 (4) 9/15/2012 NE 1, DC 2 (0) 9/22/2012 NE 1, NY 1 (0) 9/05/2012 NE 2, CLB 0 (2) 9/01/2012 NE 0, PHI 0 (3)

GAME-BY-GAME: WON/LOST/TIED Dynamo WWLTTLLWTTWLWTLWTTWWWWWLTTLWTL Revolution LLWWLLLWLWTLWTTTWLLTLLLLLTTWLT

TEAM LEADERS DYNAMO G: 11 Bruin A: 11 Davis SHT: 71 Bruin SOG: 33 Bruin FC: 39 Kandji FS: 33 Ashe OF: 21 Ching/Kandji C:  6 Carr E: 1 Moffat REVOLUTION G: 11 Sene A: 4 Rowe/Tierney SHT: 75 Sene SOG: 35 Sene FC: 31 Nguyen FS: 65 Feilhaber OF: 15 Sene C: 4 3 players tied E: 1 Cardenas/McCarthy

GOALSCORING RECORD GOALS SCORED IN GAME GP 0 1 2 3 4+ TOT AVG HOU 30 6 10 11 2 1 42 1.40 NE 30 10 8 8 3 1 37 1.23 GOALS ALLOWED IN GAME GP 0 1 2 3 4+ TOT AVG HOU 30 11 8 5 5 1 37 1.23 NE 30 7 10 9 3 1 41 1.37 GOALS BY INTERVALS GOALS SCORED Total 1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 HOU 42 4 9 6 5 3 15 NE 37 10 9 3 4 6 5 GOALS ALLOWED Total 1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 HOU 37 7 8 3 7 7 5 NE 41 7 9 10 4 4 7


HOUSTON DYNAMO v NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (Sept. 29, BBVA Compass Stadium, 7:30 p.m. CT - MLS Game 287)

HOUSTON DYNAMO 2012 CAREER No. Player Pos Ht Wt Birthdate Birthplace GP GS G A GP GS G A 1 Tally Hall GK 6-4 205 05/12/1985 SeaTac, WA 29 29 0 0 68 68 0 1 3 Calen Carr MF 6-0 150 10/04/1982 Oakland, CA 22 15 4 1 113 38 14 4 4 Jermaine Taylor DF 5-10 195 01/14/1985 Portland, Jamaica 23 22 1 1 36 32 1 2 5 Warren Creavalle DF 6-0 165 08/14/1990 Brooklyn, NY 7 4 0 0 7 4 0 0 6 Nathan Sturgis MF 5-10 150 07/06/1987 Boca Raton, FL 4 3 0 0 79 65 1 2 7 Colin Clark MF 6-0 180 04/11/1984 Fort Collins, CO 14 6 1 0 127 93 15 13 8 Kofi Sarkodie DF 5-8 165 03/22/1991 Huber Heights, OH 5 2 0 0 12 9 0 0 9 Macoumba Kandji FW 6-4 175 08/02/1985 Dakar, Senegal 25 17 3 2 82 52 9 12 10 Je-Vaughn Watson MF 6-1 175 10/22/1983 St. Catherine, Jamaica 18 12 0 0 40 23 1 2 11 Brad Davis MF 5-11 175 11/08/1981 St. Charles, MO 27 25 7 11 283 243 42 91 12 Will Bruin FW 6-2 194 10/24/1989 St. Louis, MO 28 27 11 3 53 48 16 4 13 Ricardo Clark MF 5-10 160 02/10/1983 Atlanta, GA 6 4 0 0 187 175 14 12 14 Colin Rolfe FW 6-0 175 02/15/1990 Spokane, WA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 Cam Weaver FW 6-4 195 06/10/1983 Tacoma, WA 5 1 0 0 64 35 11 5 16 Adam Moffat MF 6-0 175 05/15/1986 Glasgow, Scotland 20 19 2 2 81 67 9 4 17 Luiz Camargo MF 5-8 172 05/04/1987 Vinhedo, Sao Paulo, Brazil 24 14 1 1 31 20 1 3 18 Josue Soto MF 5-9 155 01/03/1989 Fort Worth, TX 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 Alex Dixon MF 5-8 150 02/07/1990 Bay City, TX 3 0 0 0 10 0 1 0 22 Brian Ownby MF 6-0 160 07/16/1990 Glen Allen, VA 7 0 0 2 7 0 0 2 23 Giles Barnes MF 6-1 181 08/05/1988 London, England 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 24 Tyler Deric GK 6-3 195 08/30/1988 Houston, TX 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 25 Brian Ching FW 6-1 195 05/24/1978 Haleiwa, HI 27 13 5 3 216 170 82 31 26 Corey Ashe DF 5-7 154 03/14/1986 Orange County, CA 27 27 0 1 157 103 1 12 27 Boniek Garcia MF 5-9 160 09/04/1984 Tegucigalpa, Honduras 13 13 1 6 13 13 1 6 28 Erich Marscheider GK 6-3 185 01/05/1993 Vienna, Austria 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 Andre Hainault DF 6-0 180 06/17/1986 Montreal, Quebec, Canada 23 22 2 3 102 98 6 6 32 Bobby Boswell DF 6-2 185 03/15/1983 Austin, TX 29 29 2 1 221 218 13 8 HEAD  COACH  :  Dominic Kinnear

07/26/1967 W112 L74 T91

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION 2012 CAREER No. Player Pos Ht Wt Birthdate Birthplace GP GS G A GP GS G A 1 Matt Reis GK 6-1 205 03/28/1975 Atlanta, GA 27 27 0 0 281 276 0 2 2 Florian Lechner DF 5-10 170 03/03/1981 Ellwangen, West Germany 8 6 0 1 8 6 0 1 3 Tyler Polak DF 5-9 150 05/13/1992 Lincoln, NE 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 A.J. Soares DF 6-0 170 11/28/1988 Solana Beach, CA 25 25 1 0 53 53 2 0 6 Michael Roach FW 6-0 165 11/18/1988 St. Louis, MO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Blair Gavin MF 6-0 165 01/08/1989 Louisville, KY 9 4 0 1 43 31 3 5 8 Chris Tierney DF 6-0 170 01/09/1986 Boston, MA 26 25 2 4 100 93 5 15 11 Kelyn Rowe MF 5-8 150 12/02/1991 Federal Way, WA 25 17 3 3 25 17 3 3 13 Ryan Guy MF 5-8 160 09/05/1985 San Diego, CA 19 16 1 1 30 22 3 1 14 Diego Fagundez FW 5-8 140 02/14/1995 Montevideo, Uruguay 15 4 1 2 21 7 3 3 17 Sainey Nyassi MF 5-8 155 01/31/1989 Bwiam, Gambia 1 0 0 0 104 75 8 4 18 Juan Toja MF 6-1 175 05/24/1985 Bogota, Colombia 1 0 0 0 44 42 8 3 19 Clyde Simms MF 5-9 170 08/21/1982 Greensboro, NC 24 24 0 1 206 171 3 8 22 Benny Feilhaber MF 5-9 160 01/19/1985 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 25 20 1 2 48 43 5 9 23 Blake Brettschneider FW 6-0 175 04/11/1989 Lilburn, GA 16 10 2 1 31 19 3 3 24 Lee Nguyen MF 5-8 150 10/07/1986 Richardson, TX 29 26 5 2 29 26 5 2 25 Darrius Barnes DF 6-1 175 12/24/1986 Raleigh, NC 8 6 0 0 87 78 0 0 26 Stephen McCarthy DF 6-5 190 07/21/1988 Honolulu, HI 26 26 0 1 47 44 2 2 27 Jerry Bengtson FW 6-1 165 04/08/1987 Santa Rosa de Aguan, Hondura 8 5 2 0 8 5 2 0 30 Kevin Alston DF 5-9 160 05/05/1988 Washington, DC 26 26 0 1 107 107 0 4 34 Bobby Shuttleworth GK 6-2 205 05/13/1987 Tonawanda, NY 2 2 0 0 15 14 0 0 39 Saer Sene FW 6-3 185 11/04/1986 Paris, France 25 23 11 3 25 23 11 3 40 Tim Murray GK 6-2 190 07/30/1987 Haverhill, MA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80 Fernando Cardenas FW 5-4 150 04/30/1988 Cartago, Colombia 24 7 2 2 24 7 2 2 92 Dimitry Imbongo FW 6-0 160 03/28/1990 Kinshasa, Congo 5 2 1 0 5 2 1 0 99 Alec Purdie FW 5-10 185 11/24/1988 Elkhart, IN 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 HEAD  COACH  :  Jay Heaps

08/02/1976 W7 L15 T7


HOUSTON DYNAMO vs NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION BBVA COMPASS STADIUM, Houston, Texas September 29, 2012 (WEEK 30, MLS Game #287) 7:30 p.m. CT (FS-HOU+/MultiM; TVA) The Houston Dynamo kick off a crucial three-game homestand when they play host to the New England Revolution on Saturday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium. The Dynamo are grimly hanging on to fifth place in the Eastern Conference and the final playoff spot following a 3-1 loss at Philadelphia last weekend, still riding the second-longest home unbeaten streak in MLS history. The Revolution hit the road coming off a dramatic, last-gasp 1-1 draw with regional rival New York. REFEREE: Drew Fischer. SAR (bench): George Gansner; JAR (opposite): Jonathan Johnson; 4th: Baldomero Toledo MLS Career: 5 games; FC/gm: 29.4; Y/gm: 2.2; R: 0; pens: 0 INJURY REPORT: HOUSTON DYNAMO – QUESTIONABLE: DF Nathan Sturgis (R ankle sprain); MF Giles Barnes (R quad strain); PROBABLE: DF Corey Ashe (L hamstring strain) … NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – OUT: DF Flo Lechner (R knee MCL sprain); MF Lee Nguyen (R shoulder surgery); DF Tyler Polak (R foot sprain); FW Saer Sene (L knee ACL surgery); DF Chris Tierney (L knee sprain / L hamstring strain); DOUBTFUL: MF Clyde Simms (R calf tightness) INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: none SUSPENDED: none WARNINGS: SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: none SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: HOU: Corey Ashe, Bobby Boswell, Calen Carr, Brad Davis, Macoumba Kandji … NE: Kevin Alston, Darrius Barnes, Benny Feilhaber, Lee Nguyen, Chris Tierney, A.J. Soares HEAD-TO-HEAD ALL-TIME (13 meetings): Dynamo 2 wins, 12 goals … Revolution 6 wins, 18 goals … Ties 5 AT HOUSTON (6 meetings): Dynamo 1 win, 3 goals … Revolution 4 wins, 7 goals … Ties 1  The teams are meeting for the second time this year. Luiz Camargo’s goal in the 87th minute overcame a brace from New England’s Saer Sene to leave the teams in a 2-2 draw, May 19 in New England.  The Dynamo’s 1-0 win last year in their final meeting at Robertson Stadium was their first-ever home win vs. New England. The Revs had won on four consecutive trips to Houston.  The teams have played for three cups. They met in back-to-back MLS Cup Finals in 2006 and 2007, the Dynamo winning on both occasions (on penalty kicks in MLS Cup 2006; 2-1 in MLS Cup 2007). They also met in the 2008 SuperLiga final (won by New England on penalties).  Coaches record: Jay Heaps vs. HOU: P1 W0 L0 T1 … Dominic Kinnear vs. NE: P13 W2 L6 T5 LAST MEETING (MLS): 5/19: NE 2, HOU 2 (Sene 26, 57 – Bruin 32; Camargo 87)  The Revolution took the lead on 25 minutes. Referee Baldomero Toledo pointed to the spot after Brad Davis clattered into Saer Sène in the area, and Sène took the ball and tucked home his fifth goal of the season.  The Dynamo were level six minutes later as Davis served up his first assist of the season, swinging a free kick that Will Bruin nodded home for his fifth goal of the season before Matt Reis could clear it.  The Revs struck against the run of play for a second time to grasp the lead. Sene robbed defender Geoff Cameron of possession in the middle third and surged down the left into the Dynamo penalty area, capping off the one-man move by thumping home his second of the night past goalkeeper Tally Hall at the near post.  Yet the Dynamo came back to secure a draw with three minutes remaining. Brian Ching and Luiz Camargo played a quick one-two on the edge of the Revolution penalty area with the forward clipping the ball over the New England back four into Camargo's path on the left side of the penalty area, and the Brazilian midfielder kept his composure and polished off the move with his first MLS goal.  NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (4-3-1-2): Matt Reis - Kevin Alston, A.J. Soares, Stephen McCarthy, Chris Tierney - Lee Nguyen, Shalrie Joseph, Benny Feilhaber (Fernando Cardenas 77)- Ryan Guy - Blake Brettschneider, Saer Sene (Diego Fagundez 74).  HOUSTON DYNAMO (4-4-2): Tally Hall - Jermaine Taylor, Geoff Cameron, Bobby Boswell, Corey Ashe Calen Carr (Macoumba Kandji 76), Adam Moffat, Je-Vaughn Watson (Luiz Camargo 66), Brad Davis (Colin Clark 70) - Will Bruin, Brian Ching.

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HOUSTON DYNAMO The Houston Dynamo saw their road winless streak extended, falling to a 3-1 loss to Philadelphia Union on Sunday afternoon at PPL Park. The Dynamo are in fifth place in the Eastern Conference with 46 points from 30 games. LAST MATCH  Union took the lead in the 28th minute. Right back Ray Gaddis made a marauding run up the field and put in a cross that eventually found its way to Freddy Adu beyond the far post. Adu then cut the ball in front of goal and beat Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall to the near post.  The Dynamo pulled level just a minute before halftime when Boniek García hit a beautiful strike off the post and in, following a great feed from Will Bruin, who sucked both defenders to him in the middle of the box.  Adu netted his second goal of game when he banged home a 50th-minute penalty kick after André Hainault dragged down Philly’s Sheanon Williams in the box. Adu then left the game while clutching his left leg, replaced by Keon Daniel.  Josué Martinez capped the victory in the 71th minute when he got his foot on a blast from center back Amobi Okugo and took another touch to beat Hall right in front of the net.  Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear made one change to the team that reached a 1-1 draw with Sporting Kansas City at Livestrong Sporting Park. Andre Hainault came into the back four in place of Corey Ashe.  HOUSTON DYNAMO (4-3-3): Tally Hall - Kofi Sarkodie, Andre Hainault (Cam Weaver 81), Bobby Boswell, Jermaine Taylor - Luiz Camargo (Giles Barnes 63), Ricardo Clark, Brad Davis - Boniek Garcia, Will Bruin, Macoumba Kandji (Calen Carr 46). TEAM NEWS  The Dynamo went for a fourth consecutive road match without a victory, and have now won just once in their last seven league matches overall.  “The passing wasn’t good and on the road you need to keep the ball,” head coach Dominic Kinnear said. “To lose possession as much as we did it puts you under pressure. It was an opportunity missed for us to close the gap on some teams and pull away from others … We just couldn’t get on track.”  Said goalkeeper Tally Hall: “This is the game that we looked at that needs to be three points. Coming out of here with zero in a tight playoff race, there’s no excuse for how the result went. We want to be a championship team; we’ve got to beat that team. With a performance like that, I’d expect the coach to be disappointed.”  After their Aug. 3 win vs. New York, the Dynamo were tied for the Eastern Conference lead. After the current seven-game spell, they now sit in fifth place in the division, holding onto the final playoff spot by a single point.  “I think the mentality has to be that [the three straight home games] all have to be wins,” Brad Davis said. “With where we’re at [in the standings] and what’s going on, our destiny’s in our own hands and if we get nine points at home we’re in pretty good position for the playoffs and maybe jump up a little bit.”  Said forward Will Bruin: “We’ve got three at home and we’ve been tough at home and we’ve got to keep it going more than ever. This is going to make or break us these three games at home. We’ve got to come out with fire. We can’t take anything lightly … We want to improve our position and that starts with getting three points.”  Since a string of seven matches where the Dynamo recorded six shutouts, they have allowed 12 goals in seven games, conceding multiple goals four times.  “Obviously, there was miscommunication on the first [goal]. Their first one was important. To go down in that manner is frustrating, so it’s off to a bad start and it’s hard to recover,” said Hall. “I mean, again, same situation, we go down early in the second half and we’ve got to scramble to make corrections and to find a result and it’s a frustrating game.”  Boniek Garcia scored his second goal since coming to the club, his first having come on July 15. Over his last five games, Garcia has a goal and three assists.  Kofi Sarkodie made a third consecutive start at right back and collected his first career assist in MLS play.  The New England game kicks off a series of three consecutive home matches for the Dynamo – where they have not lost in league play this season.  The Dynamo’s home unbeaten streak sits at 22 games in league play, tying the Columbus Crew (2008-09) for the second-longest in MLS history. Real Salt Lake’s 29-game streak from 2009-11 is the league record.  “We’re in a playoff push, of course, so we’re not pointing fingers at anyone else but ourselves, but it’s got to be better than this. There’s not many games left to make up points because we’re not in a good spot,” said defender Andre Hainault. Added Hall: “We’re still in the driver’s seat. Our destiny is in our hands, as the cliché goes.” NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION The New England Revolution continued their home success against the New York Red Bulls, coming back for a dramatic equalizer as the teams finished in a 1-1 draw Saturday evening at Gillette Stadium. The Revolution are in eighth place in the Eastern Conference with 29 points from 30 games.

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LAST MATCH  The Red Bulls were reduced to 10 men in the 74th minute when Connor Lade was forced to haul down Benny Felihaber for his second bookable offense.  The match looked destined for a scoreless draw until bedlam broke out in second-half stoppage time. Joel Lindpere handed the Red Bulls the lead a minute into second-half stoppage time with an opportunistic header after the Revs struggled to clear a Wilman Conde cross.  But Darrius Barnes snatched a point in the final moments with his header from a Ryan Guy cross from the right side, his first professional goal for the 1-1 draw.  Revolution head coach Jay Heaps made two changes to the team that dropped a 2-1 decision to D.C. United at RFK Stadium. Bobby Shuttleworth came in between the posts in place of Matt Reis, and A.J. Soares started in the back four for Stephen McCarthy.  NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (4-4-2): Bobby Shuttleworth - Florian Lechner (Stephen McCarthy 35), A.J. Soares, Darrius Barnes, Kevin Alston - Kelyn Rowe, Clyde Simms (Juan Toja 58), Ryan Guy, Lee Nguyen Diego Fagundez (Benny Feilhaber 73), Jerry Bengtson. TEAM NEWS  The late equalizer meant that New York still has not won in New England for 10 years, now 16 matches without a victory.  “We are in the process of building something. We took a lot of steps forward; we’ve obviously taken a few steps back,” said Revolution head coach Jay Heaps. “I wanted to be fighting for the playoffs right now, but we’re not. But that doesn’t mean, day-in and day-out, pushing the best teams in this league. And that’s something we pride ourselves on.”  For center back Darrius Barnes, the goal was his first in 88 MLS league appearances, and came as he made a fourth consecutive start.  “I keep telling Jay I'm a target forward. He doesn't believe me,” said Barnes. “ … Finally. It kind of felt like LeBron (James) winning his first championship. It's been a long time coming.”  Goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth made his third league start of the season, his first since making starts in consecutive games July 8-14.  “It seems like the past couple of seasons I seem to get a run of games here at the end. … It’s nice to get a nice run of games where I can kind of get some momentum going and get comfortable and try and be consistent in there,” said Shuttleworth.  Said Heaps: “We’re at a place now where Bobby’s fully healthy and we’re getting a chance to see him over … a number of games, but I wanted to let him know he has a couple of chances to really show where his trajectory is going to be. Whether it’s top-class goalkeeper where we think he can go, he needs time. He needs opportunity and tonight was about getting him that.”  A.J. Soares also made his return to the lineup after a three-match absence. “We know A.J.’s been fighting hard all season and tonight was about rotation. We’re going to see some more players over the next couple of weeks, as well.”  Making his fourth consecutive start on the right side of the back four, Flo Lechner was forced from the field before halftime with a right knee sprain.  “That hurt our attacking subs later. Flo Lechner’s played really well. There isn’t a more disappointed guy in that locker room than Flo. Same thing happened to us against Toronto. When you lose a defender in the first half, you’re forced to make the sub, change it a little bit,” said Heaps. “But then when we wanted to bring one more attacking player on and switch up the formation, we couldn’t get to that 3-5-2 that we really wanted to because our attacking players were already subbed on.”  After the match, midfielder Lee Nguyen’s season came to an end when he underwent surgery to repair the chronic instability in his right shoulder.  “We've known that this surgery was going to happen for a couple of weeks,” Heaps said. “The players didn't know, but once they realized that a guy who has been a consistent starter will be out of the lineup, [they realized] there's an opportunity there. You can see guys stepping up to want to get that chance.”

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2012 HOUSTON DYNAMO STATISTICS (12-8-10, 46 pts.) UNF POS PLAYER 12 F Will Bruin 11 M Brad Davis 25 F Brian Ching 3 M Calen Carr 9 F Macoumba Kandji 27 M Boniek Garcia 31 D Andre Hainault 16 M Adam Moffat 32 D Bobby Boswell 17 M Luiz Camargo 4 D Jermaine Taylor 7 M Colin Clark 20 D Geoff Cameron 22 M Brian Ownby 26 D Corey Ashe 8 D Kofi Sarkodie 23 M Giles Barnes 13 M Ricardo Clark 5 D Warren Creavalle 19 M Alex Dixon 1 G Tally Hall 6 M Nathan Sturgis 10 M Je-Vaughn Watson 15 F Cam Weaver 24 G Tyler Deric 28 G Erich Marscheider 14 F Colin Rolfe 18 M Josue Soto Own-goals received Team totals Opponent totals

GP 29 28 27 23 26 14 24 20 30 25 24 14 15 7 27 6 2 7 7 3 30 4 18 6 0 0 0 0

GS 28 26 13 15 18 14 23 19 30 15 23 6 15 0 27 3 0 5 4 0 30 3 12 1 0 0 0 0

MIN 2274 2321 1319 1338 1420 1260 1945 1695 2660 1335 2064 655 1326 115 2355 335 36 479 382 52 2676 242 1006 129 0 0 0 0

30 30

30 30

2676 2676

G 11 7 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 42 37

A 4 11 3 1 2 6 3 2 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 71 46 33 23 26 23 12 24 19 6 15 8 11 5 7 1 2 5 3 1 0 3 18 3 0 0 0 0

SOG 33 18 14 9 11 9 6 7 7 2 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 6 2 0 0 0 0

FC 12 38 14 19 39 11 25 28 19 22 13 5 15 2 26 2 1 5 5 0 0 4 15 3 0 0 0 0

FS 19 32 25 27 23 20 6 12 14 24 3 5 6 4 33 4 1 10 5 0 4 3 12 2 0 0 0 0

OFF 12 0 21 2 21 2 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

CK 0 100 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 0 3 0 6 3 0 2 2 3 1 2 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

41 34

365 337

134 120

323 320

320 323

69 73

114 134

30 36

1 3

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Brad Davis 3, Andre Hainault 2, Calen Carr 2, Jermaine Taylor 1, Adam Moffat 1 Macoumba Kandji 1, Colin Clark 1, Brian Ching 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Brad Davis 3, Adam Moffat 1, Andre Hainault 1, Calen Carr 1, Will Bruin 1 Bobby Boswell 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Brad Davis 2-3, Brian Ching 2-2, Colin Clark 1-1 HOUSTON DYNAMO INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING UNF POS GOALKEEPER GP 1 G Tally Hall 30 Team totals 30 Opponent totals 30

GS 30 30 30

MIN 2676 2676 2676

SHTS 120 120 134

SV 81 81 89

GA 37 37 42

GAA 1.24 1.24 1.41

PG 5 5 5

PA 5 5 6

W 12 12 8

* = Played with other teams in 2012. Only Houston Dynamo statistics listed here.

L 8 8 12

T 10 10 10

SO 11 11 6


2012 NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION STATISTICS (7-15-8, 29 pts.) UNF POS PLAYER 39 F Saer Sene 24 M Lee Nguyen 11 M Kelyn Rowe 8 D Chris Tierney 80 F Fernando Cardenas 23 F Blake Brettschneider 27 F Jerry Bengtson 21 M *Shalrie Joseph 14 F Diego Fagundez 22 M Benny Feilhaber 13 M Ryan Guy 25 D Darrius Barnes 92 F Dimitry Imbongo 9 F Jose Moreno 5 D A.J. Soares 30 D Kevin Alston 7 M Blair Gavin (TOT) 7 M Blair Gavin (NE) 2 D Florian Lechner 26 D Stephen McCarthy 19 M Clyde Simms 4 D John Lozano 17 M Sainey Nyassi 3 D Tyler Polak 99 F Alec Purdie 1 G Matt Reis 32 F Bjorn Runstrom 34 G Bobby Shuttleworth 18 M Juan Toja 15 M Jeremiah White 40 G Tim Murray 6 F Michael Roach Own-goals received Team totals Opponent totals

GP 25 30 26 26 24 16 9 18 16 26 20 9 5 7 26 27 9 0 9 27 25 2 1 1 4 27 3 3 2 2 0 0

GS 23 27 18 25 7 10 6 15 5 20 17 7 2 5 26 27 4 0 7 26 25 2 0 0 0 27 0 3 0 0 0 0

MIN 1934 2386 1618 2264 829 880 591 1481 544 1879 1562 665 217 376 2280 2263 310 0 599 2218 1988 155 11 30 33 2430 32 270 49 31 0 0

30 30

30 30

2700 2700

G 11 5 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 37 41

A 3 2 4 4 2 1 0 3 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 75 60 40 22 23 17 11 12 15 41 28 2 8 10 10 11 3 0 5 6 13 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0

SOG 35 18 20 10 8 9 5 4 8 15 11 1 2 7 4 2 2 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

FC 20 31 17 14 8 10 8 29 6 22 17 8 7 4 25 30 0 0 4 21 13 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0

FS 37 49 23 13 12 11 10 23 5 66 15 3 13 4 21 34 2 0 12 26 7 2 0 2 2 5 0 1 5 0 0 0

OFF 15 0 5 0 4 10 7 0 2 1 6 0 3 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CK 0 35 22 56 2 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 4 2 3 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

29 40

413 397

166 144

302 431

431 302

60 81

143 144

33 53

2 2

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Saer Sene 2, Chris Tierney 1, Kelyn Rowe 1, Lee Nguyen 1, Dimitry Imbongo 1 Fernando Cardenas 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Chris Tierney 2, Saer Sene 1, Lee Nguyen 1, Shalrie Joseph 1, Benny Feilhaber 1 Diego Fagundez 1, Kevin Alston 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Saer Sene 1-1, Lee Nguyen 1-1 NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING UNF POS GOALKEEPER GP GS MIN 34 G Bobby Shuttleworth 3 3 270 1 G Matt Reis 27 27 2430 Team totals 30 30 2700 Opponent totals 30 30 2700

SHTS SV 11 9 133 92 144 101 166 129

GA 2 39 41 37

GAA 0.67 1.44 1.37 1.23

PG 0 3 3 2

PA 0 3 3 2

W 1 6 7 15

L 1 14 15 7

* = Played with other teams in 2012. Only New England Revolution statistics listed here.

T 1 7 8 8

SO 1 6 7 10


HOUSTON DYNAMO 2012 SCHEDULE DAY Sun. Sat. Fri. Sun. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Tue. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sat. Wed.

DATE Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May May June June June

11 17 23 15 21 28 9 12 15 19 26 10 16 20

OPPONENT at Chivas USA at San Jose at Seattle at Chicago at Columbus at D.C. United at New York D.C. United Portland at New England Los Angeles at Vancouver FC Dallas Toronto FC

RESULT W 1-0 W 1-0 L 0-2 T 1-1 T 2-2 L 2-3 L 0-1 W 1-0 T 0-0 T 2-2 W 2-1 L 1-3 W 2-1 T 3-3

ATT. 14,464 21,816 38,304 10,489 10,479 13,975 11,315 22,039 22,039 16,414 22,039 18,811 22,039 21,423

Sat. June

23 at Montreal

L 2-4

12,357

Sat. Tue. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sat. Fri. Fri. Sun. Sat. Sun. Thu. Fri. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat.

30 3 7 15 18 21 28 3 10 19 25 2 6 14 23 29 6 20 27

W T T W W W W W L T T L W T L

19,806 22,039 19,307 18,871 19,761 20,396 19,652 22,039 15,730 20,567 19,320 17,007 18,452 19,877 17,666

June July July July July July July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct.

Philadelphia Chicago at Sporting KC D.C. United Sporting KC Montreal at Toronto FC New York at New York Columbus Toronto FC at Chicago Real Salt Lake at Sporting KC at Philadelphia New England Montreal Philadelphia at Colorado

2-1 0-0 0-0 4-0 2-1 3-0 2-0 2-0 0-2 2-2 1-1 1-3 1-0 1-1 1-3

W-L-T POS. PTS NOTES: 1-0-0 T1 3 HOU: Hainault (92+) 2-0-0 T1 6 HOU: Davis (14) 2-1-0 T1 6 SEA: Estrada (23) Evans (27) 2-1-1 4 7 HOU: Bruin (24); CHI: Pause (27) 2-1-2 T4 8 HOU: Bruin (59) Ching (81); CLB: Gaven (63,74) 2-2-2 T4 8 HOU: Bruin (50,59); DC: Santos (11,70) De Rosario (54) 2-3-2 0 8 NY: Cooper (7) 3-3-2 T7 11 HOU: Davis (67) 3-3-3 T5 12 3-3-4 T5 13 HOU: Bruin (32) Camargo (87); NE: Sene (26,57) 4-3-4 6 16 HOU: own goal (38) Hainault (57); LA: Buddle (10) 4-4-4 T6 16 HOU: Kandji (83); VAN: Mattocks (4,66) Harvey (88) 5-4-4 T4 19 HOU: Bruin (3) Moffat (76); DAL: Jackson (59) 5-4-5 5 20 HOU: Boswell (20) Bruin (73,90); TOR: Hall (13) Koevermans (22,45) 5-5-5 5 20 HOU: Davis (16) Bruin (45); MTL: Nyassi (4) Arnaud (21) Camara (60) Bernier (67) 6-5-5 5 23 HOU: Davis (19) Ching (83); PHI: Daniel (46) 6-5-6 5 24 6-5-7 6 25 7-5-7 5 28 HOU: Davis (19) Bruin (37) Garcia (62) Ching (89) 8-5-7 T4 31 HOU: Carr (25,79); KC: Kamara (42) 9-5-7 3 34 HOU: Kandji (7,89) Boswell (84) 10-5-7 T1 37 HOU: Carr (45) Ching (86) 11-5-7 1 40 HOU: Taylor (2) Carr (28) 11-6-7 T2 40 NY: Holgersson (61) Solli (92+) 11-6-8 T3 41 HOU: Davis (19) Moffat (82); CLB: Grossman (33) Gaven (58) 11-6-9 3 42 HOU: Bruin (21); TOR: Dunfield (85) 11-7-9 T4 42 HOU: Ching (90); CHI: Nyarko (1) Paladini (19) Alex (93+) 12-7-9 3 45 HOU: C. Clark (94+) 12-7-10 4 46 HOU: Davis (58); KC: Sapong (93+) 12-8-10 5 46 HOU: Garcia (44); PHI: Adu (28,50) Martinez (70)

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION 2012 SCHEDULE DAY Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Thu. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat.

DATE Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May May

10 17 24 31 5 14 28 2 5 12 19 26

OPPONENT at San Jose at Sporting KC Portland at Los Angeles at FC Dallas D.C. United at New York Colorado at Real Salt Lake Vancouver Houston at D.C. United

RESULT L 0-1 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 3-1 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 4-1 T 2-2 L 2-3

ATT. 10,525 19,777 12,925 21,324 11,043 10,389 18,152 6,149 18,219 12,112 16,414 14,627

Sat. June Sat. June Sat. June

2 Chicago 16 Columbus 23 at Toronto FC

W 2-0 T 0-0 T 2-2

12,523 12,218 18,877

Sat. Sun. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat.

30 8 14 18 21 29 4 12 18 25

T W L L T L L L L L

2-2 2-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 1-2 3-4

15,264 14,373 12,180 15,615 19,080 18,598 17,592 12,857 17,495 13,651

June July July July July July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Seattle New York Toronto FC at Montreal at Sporting KC at Philadelphia Sporting KC Montreal at Chicago at Columbus

Wed. Aug.

29 Chivas USA

T 3-3

10,945

Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat.

1 5 15 22 29 6 20 27

T W L T

11,841 10,345 15,104 24,364

Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct.

Philadelphia Columbus at D.C. United New York at Houston at Philadelphia Chicago at Montreal

0-0 2-0 1-2 1-1

W-L-T POS. PTS NOTES: 0-1-0 T2 0 SJ: Wondolowski (15) 0-2-0 T5 0 KC: Zusi (28) Kamara (39) Sapong (47) 1-2-0 T4 3 NE: Sene (1) 2-2-0 T2 6 NE: Rowe (10) Tierney (13) Sene (65); LA: Keane (78) 2-3-0 T2 6 DAL: Ihemelu (95+) 2-4-0 T4 6 NE: Moreno (6); DC: Santos (19) Pontius (82) 2-5-0 9 6 NY: Henry (7) 3-5-0 4 9 NE: Sene (27) Cardenas (39); COL: Castrillon (21) 3-6-0 6 9 NE: Brettschneider (22); RSL: Saborio (33,55) 4-6-0 T5 12 NE: Nguyen (6,72) Sene (24) Joseph (33); VAN: Hassli (5) 4-6-1 T5 13 NE: Sene (26,57); HOU: Bruin (32) Camargo (87) 4-7-1 7 13 NE: Sene (48) Soares (50); DC: McDonald (15) Jakovic (46+) Santos (61) 5-7-1 T6 16 NE: Rowe (69) Feilhaber (73) 5-7-2 7 17 5-7-3 7 18 NE: Brettschneider (71) Tierney (94+); TOR: Koevermans (4) Johnson (42) 5-7-4 7 19 NE: Sene (12) Fagundez (94+); SEA: Johnson (23,35) 6-7-4 T6 22 NE: Nguyen (24) Bengtson (84) 6-8-4 T6 22 TOR: Silva (8) 6-9-4 T7 22 NE: Nguyen (44); MTL: Bernier (28) Nyassi (67) 6-9-5 8 23 6-10-5 8 23 NE: Sene (12); PHI: Adu (59) McInerney (90) 6-11-5 T8 23 KC: Bunbury (20) 6-12-5 T8 23 MTL: Nyassi (61) 6-13-5 T8 23 NE: Cardenas (11); CHI: Rolfe (5) MacDonald (25) 6-14-5 9 23 NE: Guy (17) Bengtson (23) Nguyen (81); CLB: Higuain (26,43) Arrieta (32,86) 6-14-6 9 24 NE: Sene (4,21) own goal (11); CHV: Joseph (23,46+) Bolanos (47) 6-14-7 9 25 7-14-7 8 28 NE: Imbongo (53) own goal (74) 7-15-7 8 28 NE: Rowe (29); DC: Pontius (32) Neal (63) 7-15-8 8 29 NE: Barnes (95+); NY: Lindpere (91+)


HOUSTON DYNAMO INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES (2012) Goals 2 Will Bruin 2 Will Bruin 2 Calen Carr 2 Macoumba Kandji Assists 2 Brad Davis 2 Geoff Cameron 2 Brad Davis 2 Brad Davis Shots 7 Will Bruin

04/28/2012 06/20/2012 07/18/2012 07/21/2012

06/20/2012 06/20/2012 07/21/2012 07/28/2012

04/28/2012

at vs. vs. vs.

vs. vs. vs. at

at

DC TOR KC MTL

TOR TOR MTL TOR

DC

L T W W

T T W W

2-3 3-3 2-1 3-0

3-3 3-3 3-0 2-0

L 2-3

Shots on Goal 3 7 times

TEAM HIGH GAMES (2012)

TEAM LOW GAMES (2012)

Goals 4 07/15/2012

vs. DC

W 4-0

Assists 5 06/20/2012

Shots 5 04/15/2012 5 06/23/2012 5 07/18/2012

at CHI at MTL vs. KC

T 1-1 L 2-4 W 2-1

vs. TOR

T 3-3 Shots on Goal 1 04/15/2012

at

CHI

T 1-1

NY

L 0-1

Fouls Suffered 5 07/15/2012 vs. DC

W 4-0

Shots 23 07/15/2012 Shots on Goal 10 05/12/2012 10 07/15/2012

CHI KC

T 1-1 T 0-0

vs. PHI vs. MTL

W 2-1 W 3-0

vs. TOR

T 1-1

Offside 0 03/23/2012 0 04/15/2012 0 04/21/2012 0 05/19/2012 0 06/10/2012

at at at at at

SEA CHI CLB NE VAN

L T T T L

Saves 0 03/23/2012

at

SEA

L 0-2

Shots Faced 1 05/12/2012 1 07/03/2012

vs. DC vs. CHI

W 1-0 T 0-0

TOR

W 2-0

Fouls Suffered 6 Ricardo Clark

09/23/2012

at

PHI

L 1-3

Corner Kicks 10 08/25/2012

Saves 7 Tally Hall Shots Faced 8 Tally Hall 8 Tally Hall Goals Allowed 4 Tally Hall

Offside 6 06/30/2012 Saves 7 09/14/2012

09/14/2012

08/19/2012 09/14/2012

06/23/2012

at

KC

vs. CLB at KC

at

MTL

W 1-0 W 4-0

at at

at

W 2-1 W 2-1

vs. DC vs. DC

Corner Kicks 0 04/15/2012 0 07/07/2012

07/28/2012

vs. PHI vs. KC

Fouls Committed 6 05/09/2012 at

T 2-2 W 4-0

Fouls Suffered 17 06/30/2012 17 07/21/2012

06/30/2012 07/18/2012

W 4-0

Fouls Committed 18 05/19/2012 at NE 18 07/15/2012 vs. DC

Fouls Committed 5 Corey Ashe

Offside 3 Macoumba Kandji 3 Macoumba Kandji

vs. DC

vs. PHI

at

KC

W 2-1

T 1-1

T 1-1

T 2-2 T 1-1

Shots Faced 9 09/14/2012

at

KC

T 1-1

Goals Allowed 4 06/23/2012

at

MTL

L 2-4

0-2 1-1 2-2 2-2 1-3

L 2-4

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES (2012)

TEAM HIGH GAMES (2012)

TEAM LOW GAMES (2012)

Goals 2 Lee Nguyen 2 Saer Sene 2 Saer Sene

Goals 4 05/12/2012

vs. VAN

W 4-1

Shots 6 03/10/2012

at

SJ

L 0-1

Assists 3 03/31/2012

at

W 3-1

Shots on Goal 1 03/10/2012

at

SJ

L 0-1

Fouls Committed 4 04/05/2012 at

DAL

L 0-1

Fouls Suffered 8 07/18/2012 at 8 08/18/2012 at

MTL CHI

L 1-2 L 1-2

Corner Kicks 0 05/12/2012

vs. VAN

W 4-1

Offside 0 06/23/2012 0 07/08/2012 0 07/14/2012

at TOR vs. NY vs. TOR

T 2-2 W 2-0 L 0-1

Saves 0 03/10/2012 0 07/18/2012

at at

SJ MTL

L 0-1 L 1-2

Shots Faced 1 03/10/2012

at

SJ

L 0-1

Assists 2 Shalrie Joseph

05/12/2012 05/19/2012 08/29/2012

03/31/2012

vs. VAN vs. HOU vs. CHV

at

LA

W 4-1 T 2-2 T 3-3

W 3-1

Shots 28 09/15/2012

at

LA

DC

L 1-2

Shots 7 Saer Sene 7 Saer Sene

07/29/2012 08/12/2012

at PHI vs. MTL

L 1-2 L 0-1

Shots on Goal 9 03/31/2012 9 06/23/2012

Shots on Goal 4 Kelyn Rowe 4 Blake Brettschneider

03/31/2012 07/08/2012

at LA vs. NY

W 3-1 W 2-0

Fouls Committed 18 05/12/2012 vs. VAN

W 4-1

Fouls Committed 5 Kevin Alston 5 Lee Nguyen

05/05/2012 07/08/2012

at RSL vs. NY

L 1-2 W 2-0

Fouls Suffered 21 08/04/2012

vs. KC

L 0-1

Corner Kicks 13 07/14/2012

vs. TOR

L 0-1

Fouls Suffered 6 Benny Feilhaber 6 Dimitry Imbongo Offside 3 Blake Brettschneider 3 Saer Sene Saves 7 Matt Reis Shots Faced 9 Matt Reis Goals Allowed 4 Matt Reis

05/12/2012 08/04/2012

05/19/2012 08/12/2012

09/01/2012

08/29/2012

08/25/2012

vs. VAN vs. KC

vs. HOU vs. MTL

vs. PHI

vs. CHV

at

CLB

W 4-1 L 0-1

T 2-2 L 0-1

T 0-0

T 3-3

L 3-4

Offside 5 08/12/2012 5 08/25/2012

at at

LA TOR

vs. MTL at CLB

W 3-1 T 2-2

L 0-1 L 3-4

Saves 7 09/01/2012

vs. PHI

T 0-0

Shots Faced 9 08/29/2012

vs. CHV

T 3-3

Goals Allowed 4 08/25/2012

at

L 3-4

CLB


2012 HOUSTON DYNAMO VS. NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (0-0-1) UNF 12 17 25 11 26 32 20 3 7 1 9 16 4 10

POS FWD MID FWD MID DEF DEF DEF MID MID GK FWD MID DEF MID

PLAYER Will Bruin Luiz Camargo Brian Ching Brad Davis Corey Ashe Bobby Boswell Geoff Cameron Calen Carr Colin Clark Tally Hall Macoumba Kandji Adam Moffat Jermaine Taylor Je-Vaughn Watson ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

GS 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1

MIN 90 25 90 70 90 90 90 76 20 90 14 90 90 65

G 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1

SOG 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

FC 2 0 1 3 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 3 1 2

FS 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3

OFF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CK 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1

1 1

90 90

2 2

2 0

9 7

3 5

18 13

13 18

0 3

2 3

2 1

0 0

0 0

GP 1

GS 1

MIN 90

SHTS 5

SV 3

GA 2

GAA 2.00

PG 1

PA 1

W 0

L 0

T 1

1 1

1 1

90 90

5 3

3 1

2 2

2.00 2.00

1 0

1 0

0 0

0 0

1 1

GAME-WINNING GOALS: None GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: None PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: None

UNF POS GOALKEEPER 1 GK Tally Hall ----------Team totals Opponent totals

SO O'TIME 0 0-0-0 0 0

0-0-0 0-0-0

2012 NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION VS. HOUSTON DYNAMO (0-0-1) UNF 39 30 23 80 14 22 13 21 26 24 1 5 8

POS PLAYER FWD Saer Sene DEF Kevin Alston FWD Blake Brettschneider FWD Fernando Cardenas FWD Diego Fagundez MID Benny Feilhaber MID Ryan Guy MID*Shalrie Joseph DEF Stephen McCarthy MID Lee Nguyen GK Matt Reis DEF A.J. Soares DEF Chris Tierney ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

GS 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MIN 74 90 90 13 16 77 90 90 90 90 90 90 90

G 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

SOG 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

FC 0 2 0 1 0 2 3 4 1 0 0 0 0

FS 3 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 2 0 2 1

OFF 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

C 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1

1 1

90 90

2 2

0 2

7 9

5 3

13 18

18 13

3 0

3 2

1 2

0 0

0 0

GAME-WINNING GOALS: None GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: None PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Saer Sene 1-1

UNF POS GOALKEEPER 1 GK Matt Reis ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1

GS 1

MIN 90

SHTS 3

SV 1

GA 2

GAA 2.00

PG 0

PA 0

W 0

L 0

T 1

1 1

1 1

90 90

3 5

1 3

2 2

2.00 2.00

0 1

0 1

0 0

0 0

1 1

SO O'TIME 0 0-0-0 0 0

0-0-0 0-0-0


HOUSTON DYNAMO VS. NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION ALL-TIME REGULAR-SEASON RESULTS Revolution 6 wins, 18 goals Dynamo 2 win, 12 goals Ties 5

HEAD-TO-HEAD: Category Goals Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Offsides Corner Kicks

1 2 88 35 99 19 33

Dynamo 2 OT Tot. 10 0 12 97 0 185 44 0 79 96 0 195 21 0 40 53 0 86

05/27/2006 07/22/2006

NE 1 vs HOU 1 HOU 1 vs NE 1

(GL) (H)

05/19/2007 07/22/2007

NE 1 at HOU 0 NE 3 vs HOU 3

(H) (GL)

GOALS SCORED IN 15-MINUTE INTERVALS:

03/29/2008 06/12/2008

NE 3 vs HOU 0 NE 2 at HOU 0

(GL) (H)

HOU NE

05/03/2009 07/25/2009

HOU 2 at NE 0 NE 1 at HOU 0

(GL) (H)

CAREER COACHING RECORDS:

08/14/2010 10/10/2010

NE 1 vs HOU 0 NE 2 at HOU 1

(GL) (H)

Dominic Kinnear vs. NE Jay Heaps vs. HOU

04/17/2011 08/17/2011

HOU 1 vs NE 0 NE 1 vs HOU 1

(H) (GL)

ALL-TIME SERIES LEADERS:

05/19/2012

NE 2 vs HOU 2

(GL)

MLS CUP PLAYOFFS 11/12/2006

HOU 1 vs NE 1

HOU SOW (OT) (PH, F)

11/18/2007

HOU 2 vs NE 1

(DC, F)

NE 2 vs HOU 2

NE SOW (OT) (GL, F)

SUPERLIGA 08/05/2008

1 9 63 32 74 12 24

Revolution 2 OT Tot. 9 0 18 54 0 117 23 0 55 72 0 146 13 0 25 23 0 47

1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 0 1 1 4 2 4 3 2 4 4 3 2

OT 0 0

Total 12 18

5-6-7 (1.22 pts./game) 0-0-1 (1.00 pts./game)

Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Committed Fouls Suffered

3 2 18 6 17 12

Dynamo Brian Ching Brad Davis Brian Ching 3 players tied Eddie Robinson Brad Davis

3 2 12 7 14 17

Revolution 3 players tied Pat Noonan Shalrie Joseph Shalrie Joseph Shalrie Joseph Shalrie Joseph

Wins Losses Shutouts Saves Goals Allowed

1 4 1 26 12

Hall/Onstad Pat Onstad Hall/Onstad Pat Onstad Pat Onstad

5 2 5 55 11

Matt Matt Matt Matt Matt

Reis Reis Reis Reis Reis

ALL-TIME SERIES GAME HIGHS: Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Committed Fouls Suffered Saves Goals Allowed

2 1 8 3 5 7

Dynamo Brian Ching (7/22/07) 11 players tied Will Bruin (4/17/11) 4 players tied 3 players tied Alejandro Moreno (7/22/06)

10 Pat Onstad (3/29/08) 3 Pat Onstad (twice)

2 1 7 6 5 6

Revolution Saer Sene (5/19/12) 11 players tied Adam Cristman (3/29/08) Adam Cristman (3/29/08) Mauricio Castro (6/12/08) Adam Cristman (6/12/08)

8 Matt Reis (7/25/09) 3 Matt Reis (7/22/07)

2012 W-L-T BREAKDOWNS:

At Halftime: Leading Tied Trailing First Goal: Scored Allowed Goals Scored: 0 goals 1 goals 2 goals 3 goals 4 or more Goals Allowed: 0 goals 1 goals 2 goals 3 goals 4 goals

HOUSTON DYNAMO W-L-T Streak (started)

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION W-L-T Streak (started)

7-0-1 5-3-8 0-5-1

1 Ts (8/25/2012) 1 Ls (9/23/2012) 1 Ls (9/2/2012)

5-1-1 2-6-5 0-8-2

1 Ts (8/29/2012) 1 Ts (9/22/2012) 4 Ls (7/14/2012)

11-0-5 1-8-2

1 Ts (9/14/2012) 4 Ls (6/23/2012)

5-5-3 2-10-2

1 Ls (9/15/2012) 1 Ts (9/22/2012)

0-3-3 4-3-3 6-2-3 1-0-1 1-0-0

1 1 1 1 12

Ls Ls Ts Ws Ws

(8/10/2012) (9/23/2012) (8/19/2012) (7/21/2012) (4/2/2006)

0-7-3 1-6-1 4-1-3 1-1-1 1-0-0

1 1 2 1 1

Ts Ts Ws Ts Ws

(9/1/2012) (9/22/2012) (7/8/2012) (8/29/2012) (5/12/2012)

8-0-3 4-1-3 0-2-3 0-4-1 0-1-0

5 2 1 2 3

Ws Ts Ts Ls Ls

(7/15/2012) (8/25/2012) (8/19/2012) (9/2/2012) (6/5/2010)

4-0-3 3-6-1 0-6-3 0-2-1 0-1-0

1 1 4 1 1

Ws Ts Ls Ts Ls

(9/5/2012) (9/22/2012) (7/18/2012) (8/29/2012) (8/25/2012)


HOUSTON DYNAMO CAREER STATISTICS VS. NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (2-6-5) PLAYER Brian Ching Stuart Holden Bobby Boswell Will Bruin Luiz Camargo Ryan Cochrane Dwayne De Rosario Hunter Freeman Dominic Oduro Brad Davis Corey Ashe Wade Barrett Ricardo Clark Alejandro Moreno Richard Mulrooney Joseph Ngwenya Eddie Robinson Ade Akinbiyi Tony Caig Geoff Cameron Franco Caraccio Calen Carr Ronald Cerritos Mike Chabala Colin Clark Carlo Costly Danny Cruz Alex Dixon Jason Garey Kevin Goldthwaite Kelly Gray Andre Hainault Tally Hall Patrick Ianni Julius James Nate Jaqua Kei Kamara Macoumba Kandji Adam Moffat Brian Mullan Julian Nash Anthony Obodai Pat Onstad Lovel Palmer Adrian Serioux Jermaine Taylor Craig Waibel Je-Vaughn Watson Cam Weaver Chris Wondolowski Team totals Opponent totals

GP 8 7 8 2 1 5 5 2 2 9 10 6 6 2 7 4 7 2 1 9 2 2 1 2 2 1 4 1 1 1 3 6 4 2 1 1 2 1 2 7 1 1 8 3 1 2 5 2 4 2 13 13

GS 8 4 8 2 0 5 5 2 2 9 7 6 6 2 7 2 5 0 1 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 5 4 1 1 1 2 0 2 7 0 1 8 3 1 2 5 2 3 1 13 13

GOALKEEPER Tally Hall Pat Onstad Tony Caig ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 4 8 1

MIN 360 720 90

13 13

1170 1170

CURRENT HOUSTON DYNAMO PLAYERS CAREER STATISTICS VS. NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (2-6-5)

MIN 694 419 720 178 25 434 428 170 165 712 618 453 540 180 614 215 498 18 90 724 43 86 90 26 35 19 198 28 2 73 37 498 360 72 90 81 180 14 180 571 17 77 720 267 90 180 427 127 272 97 1170 1170

G 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 18

A 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 11

SHT 18 9 9 9 1 1 8 1 6 15 3 5 14 1 1 5 3 0 0 14 2 2 2 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 2 4 0 2 9 0 0 0 7 1 0 5 3 6 2 185 117

SHTS 12 37 6

SV 8 26 4

GAA 1.00 1.50 2.00

PG 1 1 0

55 79

38 61

1.38 0.92

2 0

PLAYER Brian Ching Calen Carr Brad Davis Ricardo Clark Colin Clark Bobby Boswell Will Bruin Luiz Camargo Macoumba Kandji Corey Ashe Alex Dixon Andre Hainault Tally Hall Adam Moffat Nathan Sturgis Jermaine Taylor Je-Vaughn Watson Cam Weaver Team totals Opponent totals

GP 14 11 17 15 9 19 2 1 4 10 1 6 4 6 4 2 2 5 13 13

GS 13 1 14 14 6 18 2 0 2 7 0 5 4 4 4 2 2 4 13 13

GOALKEEPER Tally Hall ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 4

MIN 360

13 13

1170 1170

MIN 1065 184 1186 1230 526 1633 178 25 223 618 28 498 360 366 308 180 127 355 1170 1170

G 8 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 18

A 2 0 6 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 11

SHT 29 5 20 27 16 12 9 1 10 3 0 6 0 4 0 0 3 8 185 117

SHTS 12

SV 8

GAA 1.00

PG 1

55 79

38 61

1.38 0.92

2 0


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION CAREER STATISTICS VS. HOUSTON DYNAMO (6-2-5 PLAYER Kheli Dube Steve Ralston Shalrie Joseph Saer Sene Pat Noonan Sainey Nyassi Ilija Stolica Taylor Twellman Ryan Cochrane Adam Cristman Kevin Alston Mauricio Castro Andy Dorman Emmanuel Osei Chris Albright Stephane Assengue Darrius Barnes Zak Boggs Blake Brettschneider Jose Cancela Milton Caraglio Fernando Cardenas Franco Coria Clint Dempsey Diego Fagundez Benny Feilhaber Gary Flood Joe Franchino Cory Gibbs Jason Griffiths Ryan Guy Jay Heaps Amaechi Igwe Jeff Larentowicz Rajko Lekic Roberto Linck Tony Lochhead Kenny Mansally Stephen McCarthy Lee Nguyen Michael Parkhurst Marko Perovic Pat Phelan Matt Reis James Riley Zack Schilawski Bobby Shuttleworth Seth Sinovic Khano Smith A.J. Soares Wells Thompson Chris Tierney Michael Videira Team totals Opponent totals

GP 5 7 11 1 4 5 2 4 2 4 4 2 4 3 2 1 6 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 2 2 1 7 2 8 1 1 1 6 3 1 6 3 6 12 4 3 1 1 4 3 5 6 2 13 13

GS 4 7 10 1 3 4 2 4 1 3 4 2 4 3 2 0 6 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 7 2 7 1 0 0 4 2 1 6 3 4 12 4 1 1 0 4 3 1 6 1 13 13

GOALKEEPER Matt Reis Bobby Shuttleworth ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 12 1

MIN 1080 90

13 13

1170 1170

MIN 329 603 915 74 235 371 166 360 87 275 360 159 315 270 180 25 540 180 90 90 79 13 79 90 16 167 27 142 180 2 90 630 180 696 90 6 8 375 191 90 540 242 332 1080 294 134 90 1 310 270 199 512 91 1170 1170

CURRENT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION PLAYERS CAREER STATISTICS VS. HOUSTON DYNAMO (6-2-5)

G 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 12

A 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 11

SHT 10 6 12 2 6 6 4 9 1 8 1 3 2 1 0 2 0 3 3 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 7 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 1 2 0 117 185

SHTS 72 7

SV 55 6

GAA 0.92 1.00

PG 0 0

79 55

61 38

0.92 1.38

0 2

PLAYER Saer Sene Sainey Nyassi Juan Toja Kevin Alston Blair Gavin Darrius Barnes Blake Brettschneider Fernando Cardenas Diego Fagundez Benny Feilhaber Ryan Guy Stephen McCarthy Lee Nguyen Matt Reis Bobby Shuttleworth Clyde Simms A.J. Soares Chris Tierney Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1 5 6 4 4 6 2 1 1 2 1 3 1 12 1 9 3 6 13 13

GS 1 4 6 4 3 6 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 12 1 6 3 6 13 13

GOALKEEPER Matt Reis Bobby Shuttleworth ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 12 1

MIN 1080 90

13 13

1170 1170

MIN 74 371 519 360 273 540 111 13 16 167 90 191 90 1080 90 580 270 512 1170 1170

G 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 12

A 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 11

SHT 2 6 9 1 3 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 117 185

SHTS 72 7

SV 55 6

GAA 0.92 1.00

PG 0 0

79 55

61 38

0.92 1.38

0 2


Houston Dynamo vs. New England Revolution Saturday, 29 September 2012 – 7:30 p.m. CT  MLS regular season – Game #31 – Home Game #15  BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston    Broadcast Information 

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DYNAMO HOST NEW ENGLAND TO BEGIN IMPORTANT FOUR-GAME HOMESTAND The Houston Dynamo (12‐8‐10; 46 points) host the New England Revolution (7‐15‐8, 29 points) on Saturday night to begin a  critical four‐game homestand containing their final three regular season home games and the final game in CONCACAF  Champions League group play. The Dynamo are in fifth place in the Eastern Conference while the Revolution are in ninth  place. The Dynamo fell to the Philadelphia Union, 3‐1, on Sunday at PPL Park, with Boniek Garcia scoring for Houston. The  Revolution seized a late 1‐1 draw against the New York Red Bulls on Saturday, receiving an equalizer from Darrius Barnes  five minutes into stoppage time. The Dynamo are 9‐0‐5 at BBVA Compass Stadium since its opening and are looking to  remain unbeaten at home in 2012 to become the fourth team in league history to complete a perfect home schedule.      

Houston vs. New England  The Dynamo are 2‐6‐5 against New England in regular season meetings, but are unbeaten in their last four games with the  Revs (1‐0‐3). In their only previous meeting in 2012, the Dynamo and Revolution drew 2‐2 on May 19 at Gillette Stadium. Luiz  Camargo delivered an equalizing goal in the 87th minute to steal a road point after Saer Sene scored twice to give New  England the lead after Will Bruin opened the scoring. The two biggest wins in Dynamo history came against New England,  consecutive MLS Cup victories in 2006 and 2007. The Dynamo beat the Revs on penalties in the 2006 Cup in Frisco, Tex. before  winning 2‐1 in 2007 at RFK Stadium.      

DYNAMO PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP (4‐3‐3, Right‐Left)   Tally Hall;   Andre Hainault, Bobby Boswell, Jermaine Taylor, Corey Ashe;   Boniek Garcia, Ricardo Clark, Brad Davis;   Calen Carr, Will Bruin, Macoumba Kandji  

DYNAMO NOTES 

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Dynamo defeated on road at Philadelphia: The Dynamo suffered a setback on their push to the playoffs with a 3‐1 loss to  the Union on Sunday at PPL Park. Freddy Adu scored twice and Josue Martinez chipped in a third for Philadelphia, which  overcame an equalizer from Dynamo midfielder Boniek Garcia. The goal was Garcia’s second for Houston since his June 30  debut and was assisted by Will Bruin (fourth) and Kofi Sarkodie (first career MLS assist).    

Boswell ties career‐high for games: Sunday was Dynamo defender Bobby Boswell’s 30th regular season game of 2012,  tying a career‐high set in 2006. The 29‐year‐old has been a mainstay since his 2005 rookie season, appearing in at least 23  games and making 22 starts or more each season. Boswell has averaged 27.75 games and 27.38 starts per season in his  eight‐year career. See page 3 for more notes on Boswell’s elite games played achievements since 2005.  


DYNAMO IN HISTORIC HOME TERRITORY  

Dynamo seeking fourth perfect home season in MLS history: The Dynamo are 9‐0‐5 (W‐L‐T) at home in 2012 and with  wins or draws in their final three home games, would become just the fourth team in Major League Soccer history (est. 1996)  to complete a season without a regular season home loss. Dominic Kinnear was also head coach of the 2005 San Jose  Earthquakes, one of three teams to complete a perfect home season.   The chart below lists the perfect home seasons in Major League Soccer history:  TEAM 

YEAR

HOME RECORD

LA Galaxy 

2011 

12‐0‐5 

Real Salt Lake 

2010 

11‐0‐4 

San Jose Earthquakes 

2005 

9‐0‐7 

Houston Dynamo 

2012 

9‐0‐5* 

*Dynamo have three remaining home games, beginning Saturday vs. New England  

Dynamo have second‐longest home unbeaten streak in MLS history: With the 1‐0 win over RSL on Sept. 6, the Dynamo  equaled the second‐longest home unbeaten streak in league history, at 22 games. Houston is now 9‐0‐5 at BBVA Compass  Stadium since its opening on May 12. The Dynamo have not lost a home game in over a year, with their last home defeat on  June 18, 2011, a 2‐0 loss to Columbus.   The chart below details the longest regular season home unbeaten streaks in Major League Soccer history:  Team 

Home unbeaten streak

Streak start date

Streak end date

Real Salt Lake 

29 

6/6/2009 

5/14/2011 

Houston Dynamo 

22 

7/9/2011

???

Columbus Crew 

22 

6/28/2008 

9/26/2009 

LA Galaxy 

18 

10/24/2010 

10/16/2011 

San Jose Earthquakes 

18 

9/25/2004 

10/8/2005 

Houston Dynamo 

17 

6/26/2008

6/20/2009

  

The Dynamo have the best all‐time home win percentage in Major League Soccer history.    BEST ALL‐TIME HOME RECORDS IN MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER (Current; minimum 20 home games):  TEAM 

WINS 

LOSSES

DRAWS

PERCENTAGE

Dynamo                   

59 

17

31

.696 

LA Galaxy 

154 

64 

43 

.672 

Seattle Sounders 

33 

14 

14 

.656 

Chicago Fire 

122 

54 

54 

.648 


Boswell in elite company for games played: Bobby Boswell has started the most games by an MLS defender since 2005,  with 219. Furthermore, Boswell is tied for the most starts among all field players since 2005, with Brian Carroll of  Philadelphia. Finally, Boswell is fifth among all MLS field players in games played since 2005, with 222.   Player 

Games started as a defender since 2005 

Bobby Boswell 

219 

Drew Moor 

210 

Chad Marshall 

191 

Todd Dunivant 

179 

Ugo Ihemelu 

176 

  

Dynamo tighten grip on Champions League Group 3: The Dynamo cruised to a 4‐0 win over C.D. FAS of El Salvador on  Sept. 20 in CONCACAF Champions League group play. Midfielder Giles Barnes highlighted his home debut with a  breathtaking goal in the 22nd minute, finding space in the middle of the field before cracking a shot from 30 yards into the  upper corner for a 1‐0 Houston lead. Bobby Boswell, Cam Weaver and Calen Carr completed the scoring for the Dynamo.    With the win, the Dynamo move alone atop Group 3, with seven points from three games (2‐0‐1). Houston will meet C.D.  Olimpia of Honduras (1‐0‐1, 4 points) on Oct. 23 at BBVA Compass Stadium in the final group stage game for both teams.   

Davis sets career‐high with seventh goal: Midfielder Brad Davis set a career‐high with his seventh goal of the season on  Sept. 14 at Sporting Kansas City. The five‐time all‐star received a pass from Boniek Garcia outside of the penalty area and  drilled a low shot from 25 yards into the far corner of the net. Davis’ previous high for goals in a season was six, set with  Dallas in 2003, his second MLS season.  

Dynamo newcomer Giles Barnes makes debut at Kansas City: Midfielder Giles Barnes made his Dynamo debut on Sept.  14 at Kansas City. Barnes, 24, entered as a substitute for the final nine minutes of the 1‐1 draw. Barnes joins Houston with  eight years of experience in the upper levels of English soccer. He has 138 total appearances in all competitions, including 35  games in the Barclays English Premier League. Barnes also made 12 appearances for England’s U‐19 national team. The  attacking midfielder joined Derby County of England in 2005 at age 17 and helped the Rams gain promotion to the English  Premier League in 2007. Barnes scored ten goals in 84 appearances with Derby County and earned its Young Player of the  Year award in 2007. The London native spent 2010‐11 with West Bromwich Albion of the English Premier League and made  19 appearances for the Baggies. Barnes played the 2011‐12 season with Doncaster Rovers of the English Championship, the  second tier of English soccer. The winger tallied one goal and four assists in 36 appearances in all competitions last season.  

Hall ties former mentor Pat Onstad: Goalkeeper Tally Hall extended his career high with his 11th shutout of the season in  the 1‐0 win over Real Salt Lake on Sept. 6. With the clean sheet, Hall equaled former teammate Pat Onstad, who set a  franchise record with 11 shutouts in 2007, when the club had a total of 13 clean sheets in 30 regular season games. Hall is  tied for the most shutouts in MLS in 2012 with Jimmy Nielsen of Sporting Kansas City.  

Wonderful vs. West: With the 1‐0 win over Real Salt Lake on Sept. 6, the Dynamo improved to 5‐2‐1 on the season against  the heralded Western Conference. Houston also has wins against FC Dallas, LA Galaxy, San Jose and Chivas USA.  

Boswell’s minutes streak ends: Dynamo defender Bobby Boswell played full time in 37 consecutive MLS matches (3,380  consecutive minutes, including playoffs) before exiting Houston’s 1‐0 win on Sept. 6 in the 74th minute with a stomach  virus. The last time Boswell missed a minute of MLS action was Sept. 14, 2011 at Columbus. The center back was the only  Dynamo field player to play every minute of every MLS game in 2012. Geoff Cameron holds the franchise record for  consecutive full‐time games. Cameron’s streak reached 40 games this season (3,576 consecutive minutes, including  playoffs) before he missed the May 26 game against the LA Galaxy due to international duty.  


Kinnear ties Nicol on MLS all‐time wins chart: With the 1‐0 win over Real Salt Lake on Sept. 6, Dynamo head coach  Dominic Kinnear tied Steve Nicol for fourth place on the all‐time Major League Soccer wins chart. Kinnear has 112 wins in  nine seasons as head coach between Houston and San Jose.  

The chart below details the coaches with the most wins in Major League Soccer history:  COACH 

TEAM 

WINS 

LOSSES

DRAWS

WIN % 

POINTS

Sigi Schmid 

Seattle* 

170 

117 

92 

.570 

600 

Bruce Arena 

LA Galaxy* 

143 

85 

44 

.607 

449 

Bob Bradley 

Chivas USA* 

124 

94 

54 

.555 

416 

Frank Yallop 

San Jose* 

113 

101 

75 

.521 

414 

Steve Nicol 

New England 

112 

108 

81 

.507 

415 

Dominic 

Dynamo* 

112 

75

91

.567 

427

Kinnear  *active head coaches  

Boniek García continues strong start: The Dynamo are 7‐3‐5 in MLS play since Honduran midfielder Boniek García’s  debut on June 30 (record includes 1‐0 win over Real Salt Lake when Garcia missed game for international duty). Garcia has  two goals and six assists and has played 90 minutes in his 14 games. Houston has outscored its opponents 21‐14 in the 14  matches Garcia has played in. Despite not playing in the first 15 games of the season, Garcia has the second most assists  on the club, six. The 27‐year‐old Designated Player signed with Houston on June 7 after playing for Honduran powerhouse  C.D. Olimpia since 2003. The midfielder debuted for the Honduras national team in 2005 and has 71 appearances for his  country, including five appearances in the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.  

Possession: The Dynamo have won the possession battle in 24 of 30 games this season. The Dynamo had 54 percent  possession against Philadelphia, lost the possession battle to Sporting Kansas City (59‐41%) and Real Salt Lake (58‐42%  percent) but have mostly controlled possession. Houston had 67% against Chicago on Sept. 2, 58% against Toronto on Aug.  22, 65% possession against Columbus, 55% possession at New York on Aug. 10, 52% vs. New York on Aug. 3, 60% at  Toronto, 58% vs. Montreal, a season‐high 71% against Kansas City on July 18 and 67% vs. D.C. United. Houston lost the  possession battle to Sporting KC on July 7, 50.2%‐49.8%, had 61% vs. Chicago on July 3, 55% vs. Philadelphia, had less, 53‐ 47%, at Montreal, had 63% vs. Toronto, 54% against FC Dallas, 54% at Vancouver, 60% vs. LA, 62% at New England, 60% vs.  Portland, 56% vs. D.C., 53% at New York, 54% at D.C., a 49‐51% disadvantage at Columbus, 55% at Chicago, 56% at Seattle,  a disadvantage (48‐52%) at San Jose, and 53% at Chivas USA.  

Daytime Dominance: Houston is now is 5‐2 in day games this year after Sunday’s 3‐1 defeat at Philadelphia. The 3‐1 loss  at Vancouver on June 10 was the Dynamo’s only other matinee loss this season. Houston has daytime wins over Chivas  USA, San Jose, D.C. United, LA Galaxy and Toronto FC. The Dynamo are 5‐6‐12 in night games. Sunday’s day game at  Philadelphia was the last remaining day game for the Dynamo.    

Davis continues to climb MLS all‐time assist chart: Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis recorded his 91st career regular season  assist on Sept. 2 at Chicago. Davis is now tied for seventh on the MLS all‐time assist chart with Cobi Jones. Davis is ten  assists behing the next man on the chart, Marco Etcheverry, who is sixth with 101 assists. Dynamo assistant coach Steve  Ralston is the all‐time leader, with 135 assists.    


Ching ties Diaz Arce for 11th on MLS all‐time goal list: Dynamo forward Brian Ching scored his 82nd career MLS regular  season goal on Sept. 2 at Chicago. Ching is now tied for 11th on the all‐time MLS scoring list with Raul Diaz Arce. Ching’s  next target is 88 goals, where Carlos Ruiz and Roy Lassiter sit tied for ninth on the league’s all‐time chart.    

Ching sets new career‐high for games played: Dynamo forward Brian Ching set a new career‐high for regular season  games played in a season on Sept. 2, with his 26th game of 2012. It is Ching’s 11th season in MLS, and the veteran twice  recorded 25‐game seasons, in 2008 and 2004.  

Cold Blooded: The Dynamo are 10‐1‐4 this year when the temperature is 80 degrees or more. 12 of the 15 games were at  BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston. Houston was 9‐1‐6 in temperatures of 80+ in 2011, so the club is 19‐2‐10 since 2011.   

First CCL road win in Dynamo history: The 3‐1 win at FAS on Aug. 22 was the first Dynamo road win in Central America  in team history. It was Houston’s first road win in international competition since a 3‐1 win over D.C. United on July 19,  2008 in the SuperLiga.  

Bruin in historic Dynamo territory: Bruin’s 11 goals this season are the most for a Dynamo player since Brian Ching set a  franchise record with 13 goals in 2008. Bruin reached 9 goals in the fastest number of games (15) in team history. Ching  reached 9 goals in Houston’s 16th game in 2006, but Ching missed six of those games due to U.S. men’s national team duties  for the 2006 World Cup. Ching scored his ninth goal of 2006 in his tenth game of the season. Bruin’s first 9 goals in 2012  came in a 12‐game stretch (April 15 at Chicago to June 23 at Montreal).  

Ricardo Clark returns to Dynamo: Ricardo Clark made his return debut for the Dynamo on Aug. 10 at New York,  appearing as a substitute for the final 15 minutes. The Dynamo completed the signing of the free agent midfielder on Aug.  8. Since leaving the Dynamo at the end of the 2009 season, Clark played for Eintracht Frankfurt of the German second  division through February, when he was loaned to Stabæk Fotball of the Norwegian first division. A cornerstone of  Houston’s 2006 and 2007 championship teams, Clark, a member of the 2006 MLS Best XI, scored 7 goals in 97 games played  for the Dynamo between 2006 and 2009.  Additionally, Clark has been capped 34 times by the U.S. Men’s National Team,  including two starts in the 2010 World Cup.   

Second Half Savants: The Dynamo are 5‐3‐8 in games in which they were tied at halftime and 7‐0‐1 when leading at the  interval. Houston is 12‐3‐9 when tied or leading at the break.  

Cameron receives U.K. visa to complete transfer to Stoke City: Former Dynamo defender Geoff Cameron was granted a  United Kingdom visa on Aug. 8, completing his transfer to English Premier League club Stoke City. Cameron, 27, made 116  regular season appearances for the club in five seasons, scoring 11 goals with 15 assists. The Attleboro, Mass. native played  various roles in central midfield and center back for the Dynamo and was named an MLS All‐Star in 2009, 2011 and 2012.  Cameron also won Houston’s Golden Boot in 2011 with five goals and five assists in a career‐high 33 games. 

Bruin in elite sophomore company: Forward Will Bruin is in elite company for second‐year players in MLS. Bruin is tied  for second in goals for players who debuted in MLS in 2011, with 16 goals in 54 games. Toronto FC’s Danny Koevermans  leads second‐years players with 17 goals while Vancouver’s Camilo and Robbie Keane of the LA Galaxy are tied with  Bruin with 16 goals.  

Carr sets career high with fourth goal: Calen Carr set a career high with his fourth goal of the season on Aug. 3 All four  goals were scored in a four‐game span, including two versus Kansas City on July 18. Carr scored 3 goals in 2010 and 2007.  

Three’s Company (shutouts): After going over three years without three consecutive shutouts, the Dynamo recorded  three clean sheets in a row twice in a seven‐game span in July and August. Houston kept its third straight clean sheet on  Aug. 3 versus New York after recording three in a row to begin July. Before the run of six clean sheets in seven games, the  last time Houston recorded three straight was May 30 – June 10, 2009.  


Brad Davis, Midfield Maestro: Midfielder Brad Davis recorded two assists on July 28 at Toronto for his second consecutive  two‐assist game and his fourth straight game with an assist. The all‐star midfielder has 11 assists on the season. Davis is in  fifth place in the league in assists. It is the fourth consecutive season and fifth in his last seven that Davis has recorded  ten or more assists. 

Davis, Cameron named All‐Stars: Midfielder Brad Davis and former Dynamo defender Geoff Cameron were named to the  inactive roster for the 2012 MLS All‐Star Game. The Dynamo pair were among a group of 13 players named All‐Stars that  did not compete in MLS’ 3‐2 win against Chelsea FC on July 25. The 13 inactive All‐Stars were voted on by the players. It is  the fourth straight year that Davis is an All‐Star, and his fifth selection overall.  

Three in a row for Bruin: Will Bruin scored in three consecutive games (6/16, 6/20, 6/23) for the second time this season  (4/15, 4/21, 4/28), with four goals in each three‐game scoring streak. He is the first Dynamo player with a pair of three‐ game scoring streaks in the same season, and just the second player to record two streaks overall (Ching). His last streak  marked the sixth time a Dynamo player has scored in three consecutive games (Bruin 2012 (twice); Ching 2006, 2008; Joseph  Ngwenya 2007; Stuart Holden 2009). No Dynamo player has ever scored in four consecutive games.  

Hall sets goalkeeper consecutive starts record: Tally Hall set a franchise record for consecutive regular season starts by a  goalkeeper with his 47th consecutive start against FC Dallas on June 16. He broke the record of 46 set by Pat Onstad, from  Sept. 13, 2008 – May 13, 2010. Hall started all 34 games in 2011 and the first 29 games in 2012, pushing the active record to  63 games. Hall has the second longest active streak MLS goalkeepers, behind Matt Pickens of Colorado (72 starts).  

•  BBVA Compass Stadium opener: The Dynamo opened the 13th soccer‐specific stadium in Major League Soccer on May 12.  On a gorgeous, 82‐degree day in front of a sell‐out crowd of 22,039, the Dynamo honored past legends, including Wade  Barrett, Pat Onstad, Eddie Robinson and Craig Waibel in a pregame ceremony that included the unveiling of 2006 and  2007 MLS Cup championship banners. Brad Davis provided a signature opening moment, delivering a beautiful, curling 30‐ yard strike for the game‐winning goal in the 67th minute.   

Six years after the club’s first match on April 2, 2006, only two players remain on the Dynamo roster: Brian Ching and Brad  Davis. Defender Eddie Robinson retired in January and joined the front office as an assistant coach with the team’s Youth  Academy and as a color analyst on TV broadcasts. 

UP NEXT: DYNAMO HOST MONTREAL IMPACT TO CONTINUE FOUR-GAME HOMESTAND The Dynamo continue their four‐game homestand on Oct. 6 when they face the Montreal Impact for the third time this year.  

 

Injury Report Presented by The Methodist Center for Sports Medicine (As of Tuesday, Sept. 25)    HOUSTON DYNAMO  QUESTIONABLE: DF Nathan Sturgis (R ankle sprain); MF Giles Barnes (R quad strain);  PROBABLE: DF Corey Ashe (L hamstring strain)    NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION  OUT: DF Flo Lechner (R knee MCL sprain); MF Lee Nguyen (R shoulder surgery); DF Tyler  Polak (R foot sprain); FW Saer Sene (L knee ACL surgery); DF Chris Tierney (L knee sprain /  L hamstring strain);  DOUBTFUL: MF Clyde Simms (R calf tightness)     


HOUSTON DYNAMO NUMERICAL ROSTER/TECHNICAL STAFF No. Name

Pos. Ht. Wt. Born

Pronunciation

Tally Hall 

GK  6‐4 

205  5‐12‐85 

rhymes with RALLY 

Calen Carr 

6‐0 

150  10‐4‐82 

 

Jermaine Taylor 

5‐10  180  1‐14‐85 

 

6‐0 

cruh‐VAL 

165  8‐14‐90 

Status

International 

Warren Creavalle 

Nathan Sturgis 

M/D  5‐10  150  7‐6‐87 

Colin Clark 

6‐0 

180  4‐11‐84 

Kofi Sarkodie 

5‐8 

165  3‐22‐91 

KO‐fee sar‐KO‐dee 

Macoumba Kandji 

6‐4 

175  8‐2‐84 

mah‐KOOM‐bah KAHN‐gee 

10  Je‐Vaughn Watson 

6‐1 

175  10‐22‐83 

11  Brad Davis 

5‐11  175  11‐8‐81 

 

12  Will Bruin 

6‐2 

 

Generation adidas 

13  Ricardo Clark 

5‐10  150  2‐10‐83 

 

 

14  Colin Rolfe 

6‐0 

Rawlfe 

 

194  10‐24‐89  175  2‐15‐90 

Stir‐jiss 

Jeh‐Vaughn 

  Generation adidas    International 

15  Cam Weaver 

6‐4 

195  6‐10‐83 

 

16  Adam Moffat 

6‐0 

175  5‐15‐86 

Moff‐it 

17  Luiz Camargo 

5‐8 

172  5‐4‐87 

 

18  Josue Soto 

5‐9 

160  1‐3‐89 

hoh‐SWAY 

Homegrown Player 

19  Alex Dixon 

5‐8 

150  2‐7‐90 

 

Homegrown Player 

22  Brian Ownby 

6‐0 

160  7‐14‐90 

23  Giles Barnes 

5‐11  181  8‐5‐88 

24  Tyler Deric 

GK  6‐3 

195  8‐30‐88 

DARE‐ick 

25  Brian Ching 

6‐1 

195  5‐24‐78 

 

26  Corey Ashe 

5‐5 

154  3‐14‐86 

ASH 

27  Boniek Garcia  

5‐9 

150  9‐4‐84 

Bone‐ee‐ECK 

GK  6‐3 

185  1‐5‐93 

Mar‐shy‐der 

31  Andre Hainault 

6‐0 

180  6‐17‐86 

HAY‐no 

32  Bobby Boswell 

6‐2 

185  3‐15‐83 

BOZ‐well 

 

Head Coach – Dominic Kinnear (9th year overall, 112‐75‐91 MLS)  Assistant Coach – Wade Barrett  Assistant Coach – Steve Ralston  Goalkeepers Coach – Tim Hanley  Head Athletic Trainer – Theron Enns  Director, Soccer Operations – Nick Kowba  Assistant Athletic Trainer – Shane Caron  Equipment Manager – Michael Porter 

International 

Own‐be   

28  Erich Marscheider 

 

 

International  Homegrown Player 

Designated Player  International 


Houston Dynamo Player Bios *All Dynamo career stats are regular season only 1 TALLY HALL GK 6-4 215 Born: 5/12/85, SeaTac, WA Age: 27 Last Club: Esbjerg fB (Denmark) - 2007-09 College: San Diego State University Dynamo career: Fourth year – 69 GP, 69 GS, 18 SHO Goalkeeper with great size and shot-blocking ability returns as the starter in 2012 after making first MLS All-Star team in 2011

2012 MLS: 30 GS, 2676 mins, 1.23 GAA, 11 shutouts, 12-8-10 2012 CCL: 0 GP, 0 GS, 0 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 34 GS, 3,060 mins, 1.21 GAA, 6 shutouts, 12-9-13  Tied Pat Onstad’s club record for shutouts (11 in 2007), with his 11th shutout of the season on Sept. 6  Went 734 minutes without conceding a goal in run of play from June 30 to Aug. 10  Recorded three straight shutouts twice in seven-game span (7/3, 7/7, 7/15) and (7/21, 7/28, 8/3)  Set a franchise record for goalkeepers by making his 47th consecutive start on 6/16 vs. FC Dallas, surpassing Pat Onstad’s mark of 46  2011: Posted a 1.21 GAA and notched six shutouts while playing every minute of the regular season (Dynamo Ironman of the Year).  Notched two playoff shutouts and allowed just 2 goals in 4 games in 2011 Cup run.  One of only four players to play all 3,060 minutes of the season in 2011, an MLS record. Most saves (’12): 7, 9/14/12 at Sporting Kansas City Last shutout: 9/6/12 vs. Real Salt Lake Last goal: 10/21/09 at Isidro Metapán (CCL) Last assist: 4/2/11 at New York 3 CALEN CARR FW 6-0 150 Born: 10/4/82, Berkeley, CA Age: 29 Last Club: Chicago Fire - 2006-11 College: University of California Dynamo career: Second year – 32 GP, 19 GS, 5 G, 1 A Fast, versatile forward acquired from Chicago in 2011

2012 MLS: 23 GP, 15 GS, 1338 mins, 4 G, 1 A 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 0 GS, 32 mins, 1 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 4 GP, 4 GS, 339 mins, 0 G, 0 A

2011 MLS: 9 GP, 4 GS, 380 mins, 1 G, 0 A  CCL: Scored goal in 32-minute sub appearance vs. FAS on Sept. 20  Was suspended for 1-1 draw at Sporting KC after receiving fifth yellow card of 2012 on Sept. 6 vs. RSL  Headed goal vs. New York on 8/3, fourth in four games (new career high)  MLS Player of the Week, Team of the Week (Wk 20)  Assist on Mac Kandji’s first goal vs. Montreal on 7/21, first of the year and first since 10/21/07  Scored two goals on 7/18 vs. Kansas City for first twogoal regular season game of his career  Exited match vs. FC Dallas on 6/16 with left hamstring strain, missed next five matches  Started seven consecutive MLS games at right mid before hamstring injury  Offseason surgery to repair meniscus in left knee  2011: Started all four playoff matches and scored gamewinning goal in first leg vs. PHI on 10/30  Recovered from preseason concussion in 2011 to make 9 regular-season appearances, including 4 starts Last goal: 9/20/12 vs. C.D. FAS (CCL) Last goal (MLS): 8/3/12 vs. New York Red Bulls Last assist: 7/21/12 vs. Montreal Impact 4 JERMAINE TAYLOR DF 5-10 195 I Born: 1/14/85, Portland, Jamaica Age: 27 Last Club: St. George’s SC (Jamaica) – 2009-11 Other Clubs: Harbour View F.C. (Jamaica) – 2004-09 Dynamo career: Second year – 37 GP, 33 GS, 1 G, 2 A Calm, experienced defender who provides depth across backline and remains a fixture for Jamaica national team (49 caps)

2012 MLS: 24 GP, 23 GS, 2064 mins, 1 G, 1 A 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 1 GS, 90 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 13 GP, 10 GS, 925 mins, 0 G, 1 A  Played 90 minutes for Jamaica in both of its World Cup qualifying matches against the U.S. (9/7, 9/11)  Scored first MLS goal vs. New York on 8/3; pushed home a loose ball on a free kick in the 2nd minute  Named to MLS Team of the Week (Week 18) for his performance at Kansas City on 7/7


 Started at all three defensive position this season (RB, CB, LB)  Recorded first assist of season with excellent cross from flank on Will Bruin’s first goal at D.C. on 4/28  In 2011, made 13 appearances (10 starts), while missing time due to injury and national team duty Last goal: 8/3/12 vs. New York Red Bulls (first in MLS) Last assist: 4/28/12 at Columbus Crew 5 WARREN CREAVALLE DF 6-0 165 Born: 8/14/90, Brooklyn, NY Age: 22 Last Club: University of Central Florida ROOKIE Acquired: Selected by Houston in second round of 2012 SuperDraft (No. 37 overall) Predominately a defensive midfielder in college, has begun transition to right back with Houston

2012 MLS: 7 GP, 4 GS, 382 mins, 0 G, 0A 2012 CCL: 2 GP, 2 GS, 160 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 7 GP, 7 GS, 628 mins, 0 G, 2 A  CCL: Returned from ankle injury to start at left back and played 90 minutes vs. FAS on Sept. 20  Missed 8/22-9/20 with left ankle sprain suffered in 8/22 game at C.D. FAS  Started at right back at Toronto FC on 7/28, switched to left back for final 12 minutes  Made two starts in central midfield  First MLS appearance and start in 3-1 loss at Vancouver on 6/10 (played 90 minutes at RB)  Started and played 90 minutes in USOC match vs. San Antonio on 5/29  Rookie has started all seven Reserve League games  Played at Furman University (2008-09) and University of Central Florida (2010-11)  Two-time All-Conference USA First Team (2010, ’11)  Two-time All-Southern Conference Second Team (‘08, ’09)  Played for U.S. U-20 national team on a tour of Spain against Real Madrid, Atletico Marid, and Rayo Vallecano (2008) Last start: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) M/D 5-10 150 6 NATHAN STURGIS Born: 7/6/87, Boca Raton, FL Age: 25 Last Club: Toronto FC (2011) Other Clubs: Seattle (2009-10), Real Salt Lake (2007-08), LA Galaxy (2006-07)

College: Clemson University Dynamo career: 2012 debut *Traded from Toronto FC in exchange for a conditional pick in the 2012 SuperDraft on 12/29/11. Versatile player who can fill roles in midfield and defense, while offering both experience and youth to new club

2012 MLS: 4 GP, 3 GS, 242 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 CCL: 2 GP, 2 GS, 151 min, 0 G, 2 A 2012 Reserves: 5 GP, 5 GS, 450 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 14 GP, 11 GS, 953 mins, 0 G,0 A  CCL: Suspended for Sept. 20 game vs. FAS due to red card in last CCL match, 8/30 at Olimpia  CCL: Played 90 minutes in Dynamo’s 1-1 draw at Olimpia on Aug. 30, assisting on Adam Moffat’s goal and receiving a straight red card in 61st minute  Played 78 minutes in start on 6/10 at Vancouver  Made Dynamo starting debut in 1-1 draw at Chicago  2011: Appeared in 14 games for Toronto FC, starting 11. Led club with 31 corner kicks  2010: Appeared in 20 games for Seattle, starting 16. Last start: 8/30/12 at Olimpia (CCL) Last goal: 9/18/10 at Columbus (only career goal) Last assist: 8/30/12 at Olimpia (CCL) 7 COLIN CLARK MF 6-0 180 Born: 4/11/84, Fort Collins, CO Age: 28 Last Club: Colorado Rapids (2006-10) College: Southern Methodist University Dynamo career: Third year – 33 GP, 23 GS, 5 G, 3 A Tricky, technical attacking midfielder acquired from Colorado in 2010. United States international (1 cap)

2012 MLS: 14 GP, 6 GS, 655 mins, 1 G, 0 A 2012 CCL: 3 GP, 3 GS, 251 mins, 0 G, 2 A 2012 Reserves: 3 GP, 3 GS, 222 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 29 GP, 17 GS, 1,486 mins, 4 G, 3 A  CCL: Assisted on Bobby Boswell’s goal with free kick on Sept. 20 vs. FAS  Scored winning goal in 1-0 win over RSL on Sept. 6, a stoppage-time penalty for first goal of 2012; it was Clark’s first MLS action since 7/3 (10 games without playing)  2011: Returned from 2010 ACL injury and made first MLS appearance for Houston on 4/10/11


Last goal: 9/6/12 vs. Real Salt Lake Last assist: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last start: 8/30/12 at Olimpia (CCL) 8 KOFI SARKODIE DF 5-8 165 GA Born: 3/22/91, Dayton, OH Age: 21 Last Club: University of Akron Dynamo career: Second year – 13 GP, 10 GS, 0 G, 1 A Dynamic outside defender who likes to attack. Selected by Dynamo with No. 7 pick of 2011 MLS SuperDraft. United States U-23 international

2012 MLS: 6 GP, 3 GS, 335 mins, 0 G, 1 A 2012 CCL: 3 GP, 3 GS, 270 mins, 0 G, 1 A 2012 Reserves: 3 GP, 3 GS, 270 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 7 GP, 7 GS, 582 mins, 0 G, 0 A      

Recorded first MLS assist on Sunday at Philadelphia Played 90 minutes at Sporting KC on Sept. 14 (RB) Made first MLS start of 2012 on Sept. 6 vs. RSL (RB) 12 minute substitute appearance on July 28 at Toronto Made 2012 debut as sub in 3-2 loss at D.C. on 4/28 Played 90 minutes in two of three games for the U.S. U-23 team in the CONCACAF Men’s Olympic Qualifying, starting games vs. Cuba and El Salvador  Played 90 minutes in US U-23s 2-0 win over rival Mexico in friendly in Frisco, Texas on Feb. 29.  Started in 1-1 tie at SEA on 3/25/11, becoming youngest Dynamo player to start an MLS match at age 20 years, 3 days Last start: 9/23/12 at Philadelphia Last goal: never in MLS Last assist: 9/23/12 at Philadelphia 9 MACOUMBA KANDJI FW 6-4 175 Born: 8/2/85, Dakar, Senegal Age: 27 Last Club: Colorado Rapids – 2010-11 Other Clubs: N.Y. Red Bulls – 2008-10 College: Georgia Military College Dynamo career: 2012 debut *Traded from Colorado in exchange for a conditional draft pick on 2/8/12. A tall, quick, athletic forward, who has can play both the outside mid and forward positions.

2012 MLS: 26 GP, 18 GS, 1420 mins, 3 G, 2 A 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 0 GS, 15 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 6 GP, 6 GS, 487 mins, 0 G, 0 A

2011 MLS: 9 GP, 1 GS, 123 mins, 0 G, 0 A  Has set new career-high for games played with 26 in 2012, eclipsing previous high of 23, set in 2009 with New York  Assisted Calen Carr’s goal vs. New York on 8/3 with a right-footed cross to the back post  2 goals against Montreal Impact on 7/21; his second career brace in MLS  MLS Team of the Week (Week 20)  Scored first goal since 4/3/10 (w/ NY) at Vancouver on 6/10, a side-footed half-volley from Brian Ownby’s cross in the 83rd minute  Has started all six Reserve League games  2011: Appeared in nine games (one start) for Colorado ... Playoffs: Made three appearances off the bench and totaled 102 minutes Last goal: 7/21/12 vs. Montreal Impact (2) Last assist: 8/3/12 vs. New York Red Bulls 10 JE-VAUGHN WATSON MF 6-1 175 I Born: 10/22/83, St. Catherine, Jamaica Age: 28 Last Club: Sporting Central (Jamaica) – 2005-11 Other Clubs: None Dynamo career: Second year – 40 GP, 23 GS, 1 G, 2 A Energetic player who can play a variety of roles in midfield. Jamaica international (19 caps)

2012 MLS: 18 GP, 12 GS, 1006 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 CCL: 3 GP, 3 GS, 238 mins, 1 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 1 GP, 0 GS, 44 mins, 1 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 22 GP, 11 GS, 1,163 mins, 1 G, 2 A  CCL: Started and played 58 minutes on Sept. 20 vs. FAS  Started both games for Jamaica in World Cup qualifying and played 90 minutes on Sept. 7 and 75 minutes on Sept. 11 vs. United States  Returned to field on 7/15 after missing three games with a left groin strain  Played for Jamaica in 2-1 loss at Panama on 6/1, had an assist in 2-1 win vs. Guatemala on 6/8, played 90 minutes in 0-0 draw at Antigua & Barbuda on 6/12  Started six consecutive games to begin 2012 for his longest starting streak in his MLS career  Scored goal and had two assists for Jamaica in pair of February friendlies vs. Cuba and New Zealand  Acquired in April 2011 and made Dynamo debut as substitute in 1-1 tie at CHI on 4/23


Last start: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last goal: 8/22/12 at FAS (CCL) Last assist: 5/7/11 at Toronto FC

Forward saw significant playing time after being selected in the first round (No. 11) of 2011 MLS SuperDraft

2012 MLS: 29 GP, 28 GS, 2274 mins, 11 G, 4 A 11 BRAD DAVIS MF 5-11 175 Born: 11/8/81, St. Charles, MO Age: 30 Last Club: San Jose Earthquakes (2005) Other Clubs: Dallas Burn - 2003-04, New York - 2002 College: Saint Louis University Dynamo career: Seventh year – 187 GP, 171 GS, 28 G, 73 A Original Dynamo player, 5-time MLS All-Star and winner of last three team MVP awards. Club's all-time leader in games, starts, and assists, the midfielder recorded 16 assists in 2011 and finished as MLS MVP runner-up and named to MLS Bext XI. United States international (5 caps)

2012 MLS: 28 GP, 26 GS, 2321 mins, 7 G, 11 A 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 0 GS, 9 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 34 GS, 2,892 mins, 4 G, 16 A  Set new career-high with seventh goal of season with great goal at Sporting KC on Sept. 14. Previous high of six goals was set in 2003 with Dallas  Recorded 11th assist of season on Ching’s goal on Sept. 2  Named to All-Star team for fifth time in 2012  Two assists at Toronto on 7/28  6 assists in 4 games from 7/15 to 7/28  Named to MLS Team of the Week (Week 12)  Scored first-ever goal at BBVA Compass Stadium on 5/12, a stunning 30-yard bending strike for winning goal in 67th minute (MLS Goal of the Week nominee)  2011: Assisted two of three Houston goals in playoff series vs. PHI with free kick deliveries  League MVP runner up after leading MLS with 16 assists  40 assists over last three seasons (16, 12, 12)  Named to MLSsoccer.com Team of the Week on seven different occasions, tied for the most in MLS  Started every regular-season match for the first time in his career Last goal: 9/14/12 at Sporting Kansas City Last assist: 9/2/12 at Chicago

2012 CCL: 1 GP, 0 GS, 6 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 25 GP, 21 GS, 1,693 mins, 5 G, 1 A  Notched fourth assist of season on Sunday at Union  Recorded 11th goal of season on Aug. 22 vs. Toronto in 50th career regular season game; first goal since 7/15 vs. D.C. (seven games)  11 goals is most in a season for Dynamo player since Brian Ching scored 13 in 2008 to set franchise record  Scored in three consecutive games (4 goals total) from 4/15 to 4/28. It was the fifth time a Dynamo player has scored in three consecutive games (Ching 2006, 2008; Joseph Ngwenya 2007; Stuart Holden 2009)  Two multi-goal games this season (at D.C. 4/28, vs. Toronto 6/20)  MLS Team of the Week: Weeks 7, 8 and 16  2011: Scored five goals to tie for lead among MLS rookies while appearing in club-rookie-record 25 games  Became fifth player and first rookie in Dynamo history to score a hat trick in 4-1 win vs. DC on 4/29 ... In the process, became second-youngest player in MLS history and fourth MLS rookie to ever score three goals in a game Last goal: 8/25/12 vs. Toronto FC Last assist: 9/23/12 at Philadelphia Union Last hat trick: 4/29/11 vs. DC United (only in MLS) 13 RICARDO CLARK MF 5-10 180 Born: 2/10/83, Atlanta, GA Age: 29 Last Club: on loan at Stabæk Football (Norway) (2012) Other Clubs: New York MetroStars 2003-04, San Jose Earthquakes 2005, Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) ‘10-12 College: Furman University Dynamo career: Fifth year – 104 GP, 101 GS, 7 G, 8 A Dynamo original returns to the club after a three-year stint in Europe. 2006 MLS Best XI, 2007 MLS All-Star First XI. United States international (34 caps)

2012 MLS: 7 GP, 5 GS, 479 mins, 0 G, 0 A 12 WILL BRUIN FW 6-2 194 GA Born: 10/24/89, St. Louis, MO Age: 22 Last Club: Indiana University Dynamo career: Second year – 54 GP, 49 GS, 16 G, 5 A

2012 CCL: 0 GP, 0 GS, 0 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 1 GP, 1 GS, 82 mins, 1 G, 0 A  Played center back in 1-0 win over RSL on Sept. 6, earning MLS Team of the Week honors


 Made first appearance in return with Dynamo on Aug. 10 at New York (15 min. sub appearance)  Played 82 minutes in Reserve game on Aug. 14  Led the Dynamo to two MLS Cups (2006, 07) in his first stint with the team (2006-2009)  Named to the MLS Best XI in 2006  US international started two games in 2010 World Cup in South Africa Last goal (MLS): 8/9/09 vs. Chicago Fire Last assist (MLS): 5/30/09 vs. Toronto FC 14 COLIN ROLFE FW 6-0 175 Born: 2/15/90, Spokane, WA Age: 22 Last Club: University of Louisville ROOKIE Acquired: Selected by Houston in first round of 2012 MLS SuperDraft (No. 18 overall) Hard-nosed forward, drafted by the Dynamo with the No. 18 overall selection in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft. 2012 CCL: 0 GP, 0 GS, 0 mins, 0 G, 0 A

2012 Reserves: 7 GP, 1 GS, 214 mins, 3 G, 1 A  Made professional debut as a sub in USOC match at San Antonio on 5/29  Has been productive in his seven Reserve League games, scoring goals at Sporting KC on 3/27, at COL on 5/23 and vs. FCD on 6/16, as well as assisting on the winner at FC Dallas on 4/10  Named a finalist for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy as the nation’s top college player in 2010  Appeared in 87 career games, with 79 starts, and finished with 33 goals and 21 assists  Finished 2011 with 9 goals, 10 assists in 23 games

15 CAM WEAVER FW 6-4 195 Born: 6/10/83, Tacoma, WA Age: 29 Last Club: San Jose Earthquakes (2009) Other Clubs: FK Haugesund (Norway) – 2007-2009; Seattle Sounders (USL1) - 2006 College: Seattle University Dynamo career: Fourth year – 55 GP, 30 GS, 10 G, 3 A Towering target forward who missed end of 2011 season with hip injury

2012 MLS: 6 GP, 1 GS, 129 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 CCL: 3 GP, 3 GS, 264 mins, 2 G, 2 A

2012 Reserves: 7 GP, 7 GS, 606 mins, 6 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 28 GP, 16 GS, 1,611 mins, 4 G, 1 A  CCL: Scored a goal and provided two assists in 4-0 win over FAS on Sept. 20  CCL: Played 75 minutes in Dynamo’s 1-1 draw at Olimpia on Aug. 30  CCL: Scored goal in 3-1 win @ FAS on 8/22  Appeared in first MLS game since May 9 on 8/19, playing final 14 minutes in 2-2 draw with Columbus  2012 Reserves: Scored game-winning goals in 2-0 win vs. SKC on 8/14, 1-0 win at FCD on 4/10, 3-0 win at SKCity on 3/27 and in stoppage time vs. FCD on 6/16 (second of two)  Made first MLS start since 9/14/11 in 1-0 loss at New York on 5/9  Made season debut as substitute in 1-0 win at San Jose on 3/17 for first appearance since 9/17/11.  Missed 2011 playoffs following October surgery to repair torn labrum in hip  Scored four goals in 2011 to tie an MLS career high and added an assist … Four goals came in first 13 games; he played rest of year with labrum injury Last start: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last goal: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last assist: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (2) (CCL) Last two-goal game: 6/13/09 at FC Dallas 16 ADAM MOFFAT MF 6-0 175 Born: 5/15/86, Glasgow, Scotland Age: 26 Last Club: Portland (2011) Other Clubs: Columbus – 2007-10, Cleveland City Stars – 2007 (USL2); Elgin City – 2006-07 (Scotland); Ross County – 2005-06 (Scotland) Dynamo career: Second year – 33 GP, 31 GS, 4 G, 3 A Tenacious two-way midfielder acquired in July 2011 trade with Portland in exchange for Lovel Palmer and Mike Chabala.

2012 MLS: 20 GP, 19 GS, 1695 mins, 2 G, 2 A 2012 CCL: 3 GP, 3 GS, 270 mins, 1 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 13 GP, 12 GS, 1,103 mins, 2 G, 1 A (HOU only)  CCL: Played 90 minutes in Dynamo’s 4-0 win vs. FAS on Sept. 20  CCL: Played 90 minutes in Dynamo’s 1-1 draw at Olimpia on Aug. 30, scoring equalizer with header  Scored equalizer in 82nd minute vs. Columbus on Aug. 19, his second goal of year


 Missed three games (7/15-7/21) with groin strain  Scored game-winning goal vs. FC Dallas on 6/16 in the 76th minute; first goal of the year  Assist from corner kick on Bruin’s opening goal in 2-2 draw at Columbus on 4/21  Earned assist on Andre Hainault’s stoppage-time winner at Chivas USA on 3/11/12  2011: Key acquisition via trade helped Dynamo go 6-2-4 in his 12 starts while scoring two spectacular long-range goals and adding one assist  Scored spectacular goal from nearly 40 yards out to key 21 win vs. POR on 8/14/11 ... Strike against his former club was voted MLS Goal of the Week Last start: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last goal: 8/30/12 at Olimpia (CCL) Last assist: 4/21/12 at Columbus 17 LUIZ CAMARGO MF 5-8 172 I Born: 5/24/87, Vinheda, Brazil Age: 25 Last Club: Paraná Clube 2009-11 (Brazil Serie B) Other Clubs: Mogi Mirim 2009 (Brazil) Dynamo career: Second year – 32 GP, 21 GS, 1 G, 3 A Skilled, hard-tackling midfielder acquired in August 2011

2012 MLS: 25 GP, 15 GS, 1335 mins, 1 G, 1 A 2012 CCL: 3 GP, 2 GS, 154 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 5 GP, 5 GS, 354 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 7 GP, 6 GS, 515 mins, 0 G, 2 A  CCL: Substitute for final 9 minutes vs. FAS on Sept. 20  Made first MLS start since July 21 in 1-0 win over RSL on Sept. 6  CCL: Played 64 minutes in Dynamo’s 1-1 draw at Olimpia on Aug. 30  Tallied first assist of 2012 on Will Bruin’s goal on 7/15 vs. D.C. United  Scored first MLS goal on 5/19 at New England, a blistering half-volley in the 87th minute to equalize the match (Goal of the Week nominee)  Appeared in every game since missing first two of the season  2011: Played every minute of all four playoff games  Key player in Houston's late surge, appearing in the last seven games and contributing two assists, while helping Houston go 4-0-2 in his six starts  Set up game-clinching goal late in 2-0 win at KC on 11/6, playing long through ball to Carlo Costly

Last start: 9/23/12 at Philadelphia Last assist: 7/15/12 vs. D.C. United Last goal: 5/19/12 at New England (first MLS goal) 18 JOSUE SOTO MF Born: 1/3/89, Fort Worth, TX Last Club: Dynamo Academy College: Southern Methodist University Dynamo career – Second year

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Steady midfielder and home-grown product signed in Jan. 2011 after completing collegiate career at SMU.

2012 MLS: Has not appeared in an MLS match 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 0 GS, 4 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 6 GP, 4 GS, 429 mins, 0 G, 3 A 2011 Reserves: 10 GS, 873 mins, 0 G, 2 A  CCL: Entered as sub in 86th minute on 8/22 at FAS, helping secure 3-1 win in CCL debut  Currently on loan to the San Antonio Scorpions of the North American Soccer League (NASL), but agreement allows him to play in select Dynamo games, including Champions League  Played 15 minutes as substitute in USOC match at San Antonio on 5/29  2011: Rookie did not appear in a competitive match Last start: 8/22/12 at FAS (CCL) 19 ALEX DIXON MF 5-8 150 HG Born: 2/7/90, Bay City, TX Age: 22 Last Club: Dynamo Academy College: University of North Carolina Dynamo career: Second year – 10 GP, 0 GS, 1 G, 0 A Talented attacking player and home-grown product signed after three years at North Carolina.

2012 MLS: 2 GP, 0 GS, 52 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 0 GS, 19 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 6 GP, 6 GS, 512 mins, 1 G, 2 A 2011 MLS: 7 GP, 84 mins, 1 G, 0 A  CCL: Made Champions League debut with 19-minute sub appearance vs. FAS on Sept. 20  Played 2 minutes as a sub on Sept. 6 vs. Real Salt Lake  Made 2012 MLS debut on 5/9 at New York  Tallied goal and two assists in 3-0 Reserve League win at Sporting Kansas City on 3/27


 Has started six Reserve League games.  2011: Made seven substitute appearances in league play and scored one goal in his rookie season

Other Clubs: West Bromich Albion (2010-11), Derby County (2005-09) Dynamo career: 2012 debut

  Last appearance: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last start: 5/29/12 at San Antonio (USOC) Last goal: 8/20/11 vs. Real Salt Lake (first MLS goal) 22 BRIAN OWNBY MF 6-0 160 Born: 7/16/90, Glen Allen, VA Age: 22 Last Club: University of Virginia ROOKIE Acquired: Selected by Houston in first round of 2012 Supplemental draft (No. 7 overall) Hard-working outside midfielder who can run at opponents and offers pace on the right flank.

2012 MLS: 7 GP, 0 GS, 115 mins, 0 G, 2 A 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 0 GS, 20 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 Reserves: 6 GP, 5 GS, 244 mins, 1 G, 0 A  CCL: Entered as substitute in 70th minute on 8/22 at FAS, helping secure a 3-1 win  Played 13 minutes as a substitute in 3-3 draw vs. Toronto on 6/20; secondary assist on Will Bruin’s 90th minute equalizer  Made MLS debut as substitute at Vancouver on 6/10, played 12 minutes and earned first career assist on Mac Kandji’s 83rd minute goal  Made pro debut in USOC match at San Antonio on 5/29, coming on as a sub in the 62nd minute  Suffered left elbow dislocation in Reserve League game at Chicago on 4/16  Scored winning goal in 80th minute of 1-0 win Colorado Rapids on 3/13. Came off bench and buried the rebound of Jermaine Taylor’s shot.  Played four years at the University of Virginia (2008-11)  Scored 19 goals and added 10 assists in 72 games  2011 All-ACC Second Team and NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region Third Team  Played for USA at FIFA U-20 World Cup (scored one goal in group stage match against Cameroon)  2007 Virginia High School Player of the Year Last appearance: 8/22/12 at FAS (CCL) Last goal: None in MLS Last assist: 6/20/12 vs. Toronto FC MF 5-11 181 I 23 GILES BARNES Born: 8/5/88, London, England Age: 24 Last Club: Doncaster Rovers F.C. (England) 2011-12

Quick, explosive attacking midfielder/winger with set-piece ability and English Premier League experience

2012 MLS: 2 GP, 0 GS, 36 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 1 GS, 71 mins, 1 G, 0 A  CCL: Made Dynamo home debut on Sept. 20 and scored stunning 30-yard goal with strike into upper corner  Made Dynamo debut as substitute for final nine minutes at Sporting KC on Sept. 14  Spent 2011‐12 season with Doncaster Rovers of the  English Championship, tallying one goal and four  assists in 36 appearances in all competitions 

 138 total appearances in all competitions in England,  including 35 games in the English Premier League

 12 appearances for England’s U‐19 national team  Joined Derby County of England in 2005 at age 17 and  helped the Rams gain promotion to the EPL in 2007

 Scored ten goals in 84 appearances with Derby  County and earned its Young Player of the Year  award in 2007

 Spent 2010‐11 with West Bromwich Albion of the  English Premier League and made 19 appearances

Last start: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last goal: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) GK 24 TYLER DERIC Born: 8/30/88, Houston, TX Last Club: Dynamo Academy College: North Carolina Dynamo career: Fourth year – 2 GP, 2 GS

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First ever Academy product; served as No. 2 goalkeeper in 2011 after strong outings in 2010.

2012 MLS: Has not appeared in an MLS match 2012 CCL: 3 GP, 3 GS, 270 mins, 0.67 GAA, 1 shutout, 2-0-1 2012 Reserves: 7 GS, 630 mins, 0.71 GAA, 4 shutouts, 5-1-1 2011 Reserves: 10 GS, 900 mins, 1.10 GAA, 6 shutouts, 6-4-0  CCL: Earned first CCL shutout in Houston’s 4-0 win vs. FAS on Sept. 20


 CCL: Made several big saves in Dynamo’s 1-1 draw at Olimpia on Aug. 30  CCL: Made first-ever international start on 8/22 at FAS, earning first win with two vital second-half saves on Alexander Larin  Loaned out to San Antonio Scorpions (NASL) for their match vs. Puerto Rico Islanders on 8/5 (2-1 L)  Recorded shutouts in four Reserve League wins – 2-0 vs. SKC on 8/14, 1-0 at FC Dallas 4/10, 3-0 win at SKC on 3/27 and 1-0 vs. Colorado on 3/13.  Has now recorded 10 shutouts in 17 Reserve League games since start of 2011  2011: Served as Tally Hall’s backup entire season  Reserves: Led MLS Reserve League with six shutouts while playing every minute of all 10 games Last start: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last shutout: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Most saves (Career): 5, 10/23/10 vs. Seattle FW 6-1 195 25 BRIAN CHING Born: 5/24/78, Haleiwa, HI Age: 34 Last Club: San Jose Earthquakes (2003-05) Other Clubs: LA Galaxy (2001) College: Gonzaga University Dynamo career: Seventh year – 152 GP, 126 GS, 56 G, 19 A Traded back to Houston on 2/16/11 after Montreal selected Ching in 2011 Expansion draft. Original Dynamo player and all-time leading scorer. The forward led or tied for the team lead in goals in five consecutive seasons (2007-2011) and set a franchise and personal record with 13 goals in 2008. United States international (45 caps, 11 goals)

2012 MLS: 27 GP, 13 GS, 1319 mins, 5 G, 3 A 2012 CCL: 2 GP, 2 GS, 161 mins, 1 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 20 GP, 15 GS, 1,242 mins, 5 G, 1 A  CCL: Played 71 minutes on Sept. 20 vs. FAS  Set new career-high for games in a season with 26th on Sept. 2 at Chicago; also matched 2011 total with fifth goal of season  CCL: Started on 8/22 at FAS, scoring header goal in 12th min. and playing 90 minutes in 3-1 win  Goal at FAS on 8/22 was sixth international goal with Dynamo, tying Stuart Holden for club record  Started at Toronto on 7/28, scored fourth goal of the year in the 86th minute  Drew and converted a game-winning penalty in the 83rd minute vs. Philadelphia on 6/30, his first goal at BBVA Compass Stadium and the 20th game-winning goal of his career

 Start at Vancouver on 6/10 was his 200th MLS appearance, 137 of which are with the Dynamo (second on all-time Dynamo list)  Assisted on Will Bruin’s goal at Chicago, marking his 25th assist in all competitions for Dynamo  Started opening day on 3/11 for the sixth time in seven years with Houston  2011: Was limited to 1,242 minutes in 20 appearances due to injury (hamstring, ribs, foot and adductor), the lowest minute total of his Houston career, but still tied for team lead with five goals Last goal: 9/2/12 at Chicago (CCL) Last start: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last assist: 6/23/12 at Montreal Impact Last two-goal game: 7/30/11 vs. Seattle Sounders Last hat trick: 8/21/10 vs. Chicago Fire (2 in MLS) 26 COREY ASHE DF 5-5 154 Born: 3/14/86, Orange County, CA Age: 26 Last Club: University of North Carolina Dynamo career: Sixth year – 156 GP, 102 GS, 1 G, 12 A Career midfielder switched to left back early in 2011 season and earned MLS All-Star selection

2012 MLS: 27 GP, 27 GS, 2355 mins, 0 G, 1 A 2012 CCL: 0 GP, 0 GS, 0 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 32 GP, 30 GS, 2,617 mins, 0 G, 0 A  Started 21 consecutive MLS games before missing Sunday’s game at Philadelphia with left hamstring strain  Start vs. Portland on 5/15 was Ashe’s 137th MLS regular season appearance to move to second on the Dynamo alltime list  Earned assist on Bruin’s second goal at D.C. at 4/28  Missed San Jose game on 3/17 with strained left hamstring  2011: Began season at right midfield but became starter at left back, starting 28 games  Named MLS All-Star for the first time Last goal: 9/22/09 vs. Árabe Unido (CCL) Last assist: 4/28/12 at D.C. United 27 BONIEK GARCIA MF 5-9 159 I Born: 9/4/84, Tegucigalpa, Honduras Age: 28 Last Club: C.D. Olimpia (Honduras) 2003-12 Dynamo career: 2012 debut Acquired: Transfer from C.D. Olimpia on June 7, 2012


Versatile two-way midfielder who is a fixture for the Honduran national team (71 caps)

2012 MLS: 14 GP, 14 GS, 1260 mins, 2 G, 6 A 2012 CCL: 1 GP, 1 GS, 90 mins, 0 G, 0 A  Scored second Dynamo goal Sunday at Philadelphia, a cracking equalizer off inside of far post  Earned sixth assist in 13 games with Dynamo on Davis’ goal Sept. 14 at Kansas City  6 assists and 2 goals in 14 MLS games with Dynamo; 90 minutes in all 14 games  Played 90 minutes for Honduras in both of its World Cup qualifying wins over Cuba (9/7, 9/11)  CCL: Played 90 minutes against former club in Dynamo’s 1-1 draw at Olimpia on Aug. 30  Started for Honduras in 2-0 friendly win over Boca Juniors on Aug. 15  Assist on Brian Ching’s goal on 7/28 at Toronto  MLS Team of the Week (Week 19)  Scored first MLS goal on 7/17 vs. D.C., with header from Andre Hainault cross (first headed goal of his career); also recorded assist on Bruin’s goal  MLS debut in start vs. Philadelphia on 6/30, played 90 minutes at right wing  Made 115 appearances for Olimpia, scoring 14 goals  Played in 14 CONCACAF Champions League matches from 2008-2011, scored two goals, advanced to quarterfinals of 2010-11 CCL tournament  International: 71 caps for Honduras at a variety of positions; (1 goal) Last goal: 9/23/12 at Philadelphia Last assist: 9/14/12 at Sporting Kansas City 28 ERICH MARSCHEIDER GK 6-3 185 Born: 1/5/93, Vienna, Austria Age: 19 Last Club: Colorado Rush Soccer Club ROOKIE Acquired: Signed with Dynamo on Feb. 22, 2012 after trial Young, hard-working goalkeeper who signed with the Dynamo midway through the 2012 preseason  Played three years of varsity soccer at Pine Creek High School (Colorado Springs, Colo.)  Earned Golden Gloves honors as top goalkeeper in 2011 for Colorado Rush program

DF 6-0 180 31 ANDRE HAINAULT Born: 6/17/86, Montréal, QC, Canada Age: 26 Last Club: FK SIAD Most - 2005-08 (Czech Rep.) Other Clubs: Sparta Prague 2008 (loan), Montreal Impact 2004-05 (USL1) Dynamo career: Fourth year – 103 GP, 99 GS, 6 G, 6 A

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Promising Canadian defender who can play anywhere on back line. Canada international (30 caps, 2 goals)

2012 MLS: 24 GP, 23 GS, 1945 mins, 2 G, 3 A 2012 CCL: 2 GP, 2 GS, 180 mins, 0 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 31 GS, 2,790 mins, 1 G, 0 A  Played 90 minutes in both of Canada’s World Cup qualifying matches with Panama (9/7, 9/11)  3 assists this year is a new career high, zero assists last season (previous high: 2)  Played 90 minutes at center back against the U.S., Cuba and Honduras with Canadian national team in June  Headed in game-winning goal vs. LA Galaxy on 5/26 off a Brad Davis corner kick  MLS Team of the Week (Weeks 10 and 12)  Made his 100th Dynamo appearance in all competitions at Columbus on 4/21, becoming the 15th player to reach 100 in franchise history  Scored game-winner in the 2nd minute of stoppage time for 1-0 win at Chivas USA on 3/11/12  2011: Dynamo Defender of the Year  Played every minute of playoffs and led team with two goals Last goal: 5/29/12 vs. LA Galaxy Last assist: 7/17/12 vs. Sporting Kansas City Last yellow card: 4/21/12 at Columbus Crew 32 BOBBY BOSWELL DF 6-2 185 Born: 3/15/83, Austin, TX Age: 29 Last Club: D.C. United (2005-07) College: Florida International University Dynamo career: Fifth year – 142 GP, 141 GS, 9 G, 4 A Backbone of the Dynamo defense since joining club in 2008. United States international (3 caps)

2012 MLS: 30 GP, 30 GS, 2660 mins, 2 G, 1 A 2012 CCL: 3 GP, 2 GS, 206 mins, 1 G, 0 A 2011 MLS: 28 GP, 27 GS, 2,460 mins, 5 G, 1 A


 Tied career-high (set in 2006) with 30th regular season game of 2012 on Sunday at Philadelphia  CCL: Scored goal and played 90 minutes vs. FAS on Sept. 20  Played full time in 37 consecutive MLS matches (3,380 consecutive minutes, including playoffs) before exiting Houston’s 1-0 win on Sept. 6 in the 74th minute with a stomach virus  First assist of the year, a header off a Brad Davis corner kick, to Calen Carr at Toronto on 7/28  Two goals this year, both headers off of Brad Davis corner kicks (vs. TFC, vs. MTL)  5/12 vs. D.C. was his 200th Major League Soccer appearance in his eight-year career. He has averaged 27.4 games per season

 2011: Scored a career-high five goals to tie for the team lead, adding one assist Last goal: 9/20/12 vs. FAS (CCL) Last assist: 7/28/12 at Toronto FC Last yellow card: 9/2/12 at Chicago Last red card: 7/24/10 at Columbus Crew LEGEND: GK-goalkeeper; DF-defender; MF-midfielder; FWforward; I-international; HG-home-grown; GA Generation adidas; USOC-U.S. Open Cup; CCL-CONCACAF Champions League


HOW THE 2012 DYNAMO WERE ASSEMBLED Date 12/16/05 12/16/05 1/12/07 12/12/07 1/18/08 1/23/09 2/27/09 4/14/09 6/9/09 9/15/10 1/13/11 1/13/11 1/19/11 1/19/11 2/16/11 3/23/11 4/15/11 7/21/11 8/9/11 12/29/11 1/12/12 1/12/12 1/17/12 2/8/12 2/22/12 4/13/12 6/7/12 8/8/12 8/29/12

Player Brian Ching Brad Davis Corey Ashe Bobby Boswell Geoff Cameron Tally Hall Tyler Deric Andre Hainault Cam Weaver Colin Clark Kofi Sarkodie Will Bruin Josue Soto Alex Dixon Jermaine Taylor Calen Carr Je-Vaughn Watson Adam Moffat Luiz Camargo Nathan Sturgis Colin Rolfe Warren Creavalle Brian Ownby Macoumba Kandji Eric Marscheider Oscar Recio Boniek Garcia Ricardo Clark Giles Barnes

Transaction type Moved with club from San Jose (SJ acquired 03 Supplemental Draft) Moved with club from San Jose (SJ acquired 05 trade) 2007 MLS SuperDraft, Round 2 (pick 26) Traded from D.C. United for Zach Wells 2008 MLS SuperDraft, Round 3 (pick 42) Signed as discovery player on free transfer from Esbjerg (Denmark) Signed as home-grown player (first in club history) Transferred from SIAD Most (Czech Republic) Traded from San Jose Earthquakes for Chris Wondolowski Traded from Colorado Rapids for Brian Mullan 2011 MLS SuperDraft, Round 1 (pick 7) 2011 MLS SuperDraft, Round 1 (pick 11) Signed as home-grown player Signed as home-grown player Transferred from St. George’s (Jamaica) Traded from Chicago Fire for Dominic Oduro Transferred from Sporting Central (Jamaica) Traded from Portland Timbers for Mike Chabala and Lovel Palmer Loaned from Clube Paraná (Brazil) Traded from Toronto FC for conditional draft pick 2012 MLS SuperDraft Round 1 (pick 18) 2012 MLS SuperDraft Round 2 (pick 37) 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft Round 1 (pick 7) Traded from Colorado for conditional draft pick Signed as trialist Loaned from C.F. Monterrey (Mexico) Transferred from C.D. Olimpia (Honduras) Signed as free agent (originally moved with club from San Jose) Signed as free agent

Acquisitions by first season with club 2006 3 2007 1 2008 2 2009 4 2010 1 2011 9 2012 9

Acquisitions by method MLS SuperDraft MLS Supplemental Draft Trade Home-Grown Player San Jose original Transfer Loan Trialist Free agent

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DYNAMO GAME-BYGAME LINEUPS Dynamo at Chivas USA – 3/11/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Corey Ashe  Colin Clark  Adam Moffat  Je‐Vaughn Watson  Brad Davis  Brian Ching (C) (Macoumba Kandji 86)  Will Bruin (Calen Carr 77)    Dynamo at San Jose Earthquakes – 3/17/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Jermaine Taylor   Colin Clark (Nathan Sturgis 82)  Adam Moffat  Je‐Vaughn Watson  Brad Davis  Will Bruin (Calen Carr 67)  Brian Ching (C) (Cam Weaver 67)    Dynamo at Seattle Sounders – 3/23/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault (Jermaine Taylor 45)  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Corey Ashe  Colin Clark   Adam Moffat  Je‐Vaughn Watson (Luiz Camargo 67)  Brad Davis  Will Bruin   Brian Ching (C) (Macoumba Kandji 76)    Dynamo at Chicago Fire – 4/15/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault   Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Jermaine Taylor  Je‐Vaughn Watson  Nathan Sturgis  Luiz Camargo (Calen Carr 63)  Corey Ashe  Will Bruin   Brian Ching (C)       

    (formations listed right‐to‐left)    Dynamo at Columbus Crew – 4/21/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault   Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Jermaine Taylor  Je‐Vaughn Watson (Calen Carr 79)  Adam Moffat  Luiz Camargo   Corey Ashe (Macoumba Kandji 91)  Will Bruin   Brian Ching (C) (Cam Weaver 84)     Dynamo at D.C. United – 4/28/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault (Brad Davis 72)  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Jermaine Taylor  Je‐Vaughn Watson (Calen Carr 59)  Adam Moffat  Luiz Camargo   Corey Ashe (Kofi Sarkodie 82)  Will Bruin   Brian Ching (C)     Dynamo at New York Red Bulls – 5/9/12    Tally Hall  Jermaine Taylor  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Corey Ashe  Calen Carr  Adam Moffat  Luiz Camargo (Alex Dixon 56)  Brad Davis (C)  Cam Weaver (Will Bruin 61)  Macoumba Kandji (Colin Clark 73)     D.C. United at Dynamo – 5/12/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault   Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Jermaine Taylor  Calen Carr (Colin Clark 71)  Adam Moffat  Je‐Vaughn Watson (Luiz Camargo 66)   Brad Davis   Will Bruin   Brian Ching (C) (Macoumba Kandji 84)     

    (4‐4‐2 unless otherwise noted)    Portland Timbers at Dynamo – 5/15/12    Tally Hall  Jermaine Taylor  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Corey Ashe  Calen Carr  Nathan Sturgis  Luiz Camargo  Brad Davis (C) (Alex Dixon 74)  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 64)  Macoumba Kandji (Colin Clark 71)    Dynamo at N.E,Revolution – 5/19/12    Tally Hall  Jermaine Taylor  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Corey Ashe  Calen Carr (Macoumba Kandji 76)  Adam Moffat  Je‐Vaughn Watson (Luiz Camargo 66)  Brad Davis (Colin Clark 70)  Will Bruin   Brian Ching (C)    LA Galaxy at Dynamo – 5/26/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe  Calen Carr (Colin Clark 75)  Adam Moffat  Je‐Vaughn Watson  Brad Davis (Luiz Camargo 84)  Will Bruin  Brian Ching (C) (Macoumba Kandji 72    Dynamo at Vancouver Whitecaps –  6/10/12    Tally Hall  Warren Creavalle  Bobby Boswell  Nathan Sturgis (Brian Ownby 78)  Corey Ashe  Calen Carr  Adam Moffat  Luiz Camargo (Colin Clark 71)  Brad Davis  Will Bruin  Brian Ching (C) (Macoumba Kandji 71)   


F.C. Dallas at Dynamo – 6/16/12    Tally Hall  Jermaine Taylor  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Corey Ashe  Calen Carr (Colin Clark 45)  Adam Moffat  Je‐Vaughn Watson (Luiz Camargo 75)  Brad Davis  Will Bruin  Brian Ching (C) (Macoumba Kandji 77)    Toronto F.C. at Dynamo – 6/20/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Corey Ashe  Colin Clark (Brian Ownby 77)  Adam Moffat  Luiz Camargo (Je‐Vaughn Watson 57)  Brad Davis (C)  Will Bruin  Macoumba Kandji (Brian Ching 63)    Dynamo at Montreal Impact – 6/23/12    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Geoff Cameron  Corey Ashe  Colin Clark (Brian Ownby 62)  Adam Moffat  Je‐Vaughn Watson (Luiz Camargo 51)  Brad Davis  Will Bruin  Brian Ching (C) (Warren Creavalle 81)    Philadelphia Union at Dynamo – 6/30/12  (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Jermaine Taylor  Bobby Boswell  Corey Ashe  Luiz Camargo (Warren Creavalle 79)  Geoff Cameron  Brad Davis (C)  Boniek Garcia  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 74)  Macoumba Kandji (Brian Ownby 71)         

        Chicago Fire at Dynamo – 7/3/12 (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe  Luiz Camargo (Brian Ownby 69)  Adam Moffat  Brad Davis (C)  Boniek Garcia  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 65)  Macoumba Kandji (Colin Clark 9)    Dynamo at Sporting KC – 7/7/12 (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe  Luiz Camargo (Warren Creavalle 66)  Adam Moffat  Brad Davis (C)  Boniek Garcia  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 66)  Macoumba Kandji (Brian Ownby 80)    D.C. United at Dynamo – 7/15/12 (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe  Luiz Camargo   Geoff Cameron  Brad Davis (C) (Je‐Vaughn Watson 73)  Boniek Garcia  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 64)  Macoumba Kandji (Calen Carr 64)    Sporting KC at Dynamo – 7/18/12 (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe  Boniek Garcia  Warren Creavalle (Luiz Camargo 68)  Brad Davis (C)  Calen Carr  Will Bruin (Brian Ownby 78)  Macoumba Kandji (Brian Ching 60) 

      Montreal at Dynamo – 7/21/12 (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell (C)  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe  Luiz Camargo (Brad Davis 68)  Warren Creavalle  Boniek Garcia  Calen Carr (Je‐Vaughn Watson 58)  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 82)  Macoumba Kandji     Dynamo at Toronto FC – 7/28/12 (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Warren Creavalle  Bobby Boswell  Andre Hainault  Corey Ashe (Kofi Sarkodie 78)  Boniek Garcia  Adam Moffat  Brad Davis  Calen Carr (Je‐Vaughn Watson 83)  Brian Ching (C)  Macoumba Kandji (Luiz Camargo 74)   

 

New York Red Bulls at Dynamo – 8/3/12  (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe  Boniek Garcia  Adam Moffat  Brad Davis (C)  Calen Carr (Je‐Vaughn Watson 74)  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 56)  Macoumba Kandji (Luiz Camargo 81)    Dynamo at New York Red Bulls – 8/10/12  (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe  Boniek Garcia  Adam Moffat (Ricardo Clark 75)  Brad Davis (C)  Calen Carr (Luiz Camargo 66)  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 70)  Macoumba Kandji    

 

 

   


Columbus Crew at Dynamo – 8/19/12 (4‐3‐3) 

  Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe (Cam Weaver 76)  Boniek Garcia  Adam Moffat   Brad Davis (C)  Calen Carr   Will Bruin (Brian Ching 76)  Macoumba Kandji (Ricardo Clark 63)     Dynamo at C.D. FAS – 8/22/12 (4‐4‐2)    Tyler Deric  Kofi Sarkodie  Bobby Boswell  Nate Sturgis  Warren Creavalle (Brian Ownby 70)  Je‐Vaughn Watson  Adam Moffat  Luiz Camargo (Brad Davis 81)  Colin Clark (Josue Soto 86)  Brian Ching  Cam Weaver    Toronto FC at Dynamo – 8/15/12 (4‐3‐3)  Tally Hall  Andre Hainault  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe   Boniek Garcia  Ricardo Clark (Je‐Vaughn Watson 77)  Brad Davis (C)  Calen Carr   Will Bruin (Brian Ching 84)  Macoumba Kandji (Adam Moffat 73)    Dynamo at C.D. Olimpia – 8/30/12 (4‐3‐3)  Tyler Deric  Kofi Sarkodie  Nate Sturgis  Jermaine Taylor  Andre Hainault  Boniek Garcia  Adam Moffat  Luiz Camargo (Bobby Boswell 64)  Je‐Vaughn Watson  Cam Weaver (Will Bruin 84)  Colin Clark (Macouma Kandji 75)               

      Dynamo at Chicago – 9/2/12 (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Andre Hainault (Kofi Sarkodie 45)  Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor (Brian Ching 63)  Corey Ashe   Boniek Garcia  Ricardo Clark   Brad Davis (C)  Je‐Vaughn Watson   Will Bruin   Macoumba Kandji (Calen Carr 81)    Real Salt Lake at Dynamo – 9/6/12   (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Kofi Sarkodie   Bobby Boswell (Cam Weaver 74)  Ricardo Clark   Corey Ashe   Calen Carr  Luiz Camargo  Brad Davis (C)  Macoumba Kandji  Will Bruin (Alex Dixon 89)  Colin Clark    Dynamo at Sporting KC – 9/14/12 (4‐3‐3)    Tally Hall  Kofi Sarkodie   Bobby Boswell  Jermaine Taylor  Corey Ashe (Andre Hainault 74)  Luiz Camargo  Ricardo Clark   Brad Davis (C)  Boniek Garcia  Will Bruin (Brian Ching 88)  Macoumba Kandji (Giles Barnes 81)    Dynamo vs. C.D. FAS – 9/20/12 (4‐4‐2)  Tyler Deric  Kofi Sarkodie  Bobby Boswell  Andre Hainault  Warren Creavalle   Je‐Vaughn Watson (Calen Carr 58)  Adam Moffat  Giles Barnes (Luiz Camargo 81)   Colin Clark   Brian Ching (Alex Dixon 71)  Cam Weaver             

      Dynamo at Philadelphia Union – 9/23/12 (4‐3‐3) 

  Tally Hall  Kofi Sarkodie   Bobby Boswell  Andre Hainault (Cam Weaver 81)  Jermaine Taylor  Luiz Camargo (Giles Barnes 63)  Ricardo Clark   Brad Davis (C)  Boniek Garcia  Will Bruin   Macoumba Kandji (Calen Carr 45) 

 


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Tally Hall Calen Carr Jermaine Taylor Warren Creavalle Nathan Sturgis Colin Clark Kofi Sarkodie Macoumba Kandji Je-Vaughn Watson Brad Davis Will Bruin Ricardo Clark Colin Rolfe Cam Weaver Adam Moffat Luiz Camargo Josue Soto Alex Dixon Geoff Cameron Brian Ownby Oscar Recio Giles Barnes Tyler Deric Brian Ching Corey Ashe Boniek Garcia Erich Marscheider Andre Hainault Bobby Boswell

"00" = minutes played F/M/D/G = starting position

9 POR 0-0 90G 90M 90D

11 LA 2-1 90G 75M 90D

12 13 VAN DAL 1-3 2-1 90G 90G 90M 44M 90D 90D 78D 19 46 9

14 15 16 17 18 19 TOR MTL PHI CHI KC DC 3-3 2-4 2-1 0-0 0-0 4-0 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 26 90D 90D 90D 90D 11 24 77M 62M

9

HOUSTON DYNAMO 8 DC 1-0 90G 71M 90D

10 NE 2-2 90G 76M 90D

7 NY 0-1 90G 90M 90D

6 DC 2-3 90G 31 90D

15

5 CLB 2-2 90G 11 90D 90M 19 20

3 4 SEA CHI 0-2 1-1 90G 66G 3 66D

19

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1 2 CHV SJ 1-0 1-0 90G 90G 13 23 90D

17

20 KC 2-1 90G 90F 90D 68M

18 19 13 63F 71F 81F 80F 64F 60F 90M 75M 33 51M 17 84M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 73M 90M 90F 90F 90F 90F 90F 74F 65F 66F 64F 78F

73F 6 71F 66M 90M 90M 74M 29 90F 64F

14 65M 70M 90F

8 66M 90M 82M 90M 8 4 14 1 90M 90M 67M 66M 79M 59M 90M 90M 90M 18 77F 67F 90F 66F 90F 90F

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10

90M 12

23 6 61F 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 73M 90M 90M 23 63M 90M 90M 56M 24 90M 25 6 71M 15 57M 39 79M 69M 66M 90M 22 34 16 90D 90D 90D 66D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D

23 NY 2-0 90G 74F 90D

24 NY 0-2 90G 66F 90D

25 CLB 2-2 90G 90F 90D

26 TOR 1-1 90G 90F 90D

27 CHI 1-3 90G 9 63D

22 TOR 2-0 90G 83F

21 MTL 3-0 90G 58F 90D 90M

45 81F 90F 90M 90F 90M

90D

12 90F 74F 81F 90F 63F 73F 32 7 16 13 22 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 82F 56F 70F 76F 84F 15 27 77M

14 90M 90M 75M 90M 17 68M 16 9 24

28 RSL 1-0 90G 90M

29 30 KC PHI 1-1 1-3 90G 90G 45 90D 90D

90F 90D 90D 90D 90F 81F 45F

9

90M 90M 90M 88F 88F 90F 90D 90M 90M

16

27

90M 90M 63M

2

9

86F 67F 76F 66F 84F 90F 84F 26 90F 72F 71F 77F 27 81F 16 25 24 26 30 8 90F 34 20 14 6 27 2 90D 90D 66M 89M 82M 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 78D 90D 90D 76D 90D 90D 90D 74D 90M 90F 90F 90F 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90F 90F

90D 90D 45D 66D 90D 72D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 45D 16 81D 90D 90D 90D 66D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 74D 90D 90D


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03/11/2012 03/17/2012 03/23/2012 04/15/2012 04/21/2012 04/28/2012 05/09/2012 05/12/2012 05/15/2012 05/19/2012 05/26/2012 06/10/2012 06/16/2012 06/20/2012 06/23/2012 06/30/2012 07/03/2012 07/07/2012 07/15/2012 HOU HOU HOU HOU HOU HOU HOU HOU HOU HOU HOU

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Davis 6 (Garcia 4) 19; Moffat 2 (unassisted) Bruin 11 (Garcia 5) 21 Ching 5 (Davis 11) 90 C. Clark 1 (penalty kick) 94+ Davis 7 (Garcia 6) 58 Garcia 2 (Bruin 4, Sarkodie 1) 44

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Davis 5 (penalty kick) 19; Bruin 10 (Luiz Camargo 1, Garcia 2) 37; Garcia 1 (Hainault 2, Davis 5) Ching 3 (penalty kick) 89 Carr 1 (Bruin 2, Hainault 3) 25; Carr 2 (Davis 6) 79 Kandji 2 (Bruin 3, Carr 1) 7; Boswell 2 (Davis 7) 84; Kandji 3 (Davis 8) 89 Carr 3 (Boswell 1, Davis 9) 45; Ching 4 (Davis 10, Garcia 3) 86 Taylor 1 (unassisted) 2; Carr 4 (Kandji 2) 28

Bruin 5 (Davis 1) 32; Luiz Camargo 1 (Ching 2) 87 own goal (Magee) 38; Hainault 2 (Davis 2) 57 Kandji 1 (Ownby 1) 83 Bruin 6 (unassisted) 3; Moffat 1 (unassisted) 76 Boswell 1 (Davis 3) 20; Bruin 7 (Davis 4, Cameron 1) 73; Bruin 8 (Cameron 2, Ownby 2) Davis 3 (free kick) 16; Bruin 9 (Ching 3) 45 Davis 4 (Kandji 1, Garcia 1) 19; Ching 2 (penalty kick) 83

Davis 2 (Hainault 1)

Bruin 1 (Ching 1) 24 Bruin 2 (Moffat 2) 59; Ching 1 (Bruin 1) 81 Bruin 3 (Taylor 1) 50; Bruin 4 (Ashe 1) 59

Hainault 1 (Moffat 1) 92 Davis 1 (penalty kick) 14

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Tally Hall Calen Carr Jermaine Taylor Warren Creavalle Nathan Sturgis Colin Clark Kofi Sarkodie Macoumba Kandji Je-Vaughn Watson Brad Davis Will Bruin Colin Rolfe Cam Weaver Adam Moffat Luiz Camargo Josue Soto Alex Dixon Geoff Cameron Brian Ownby Oscar Recio Giles Barnes Tyler Deric Brian Ching Corey Ashe Boniek Garcia Erich Marscheider Andre Hainault Bobby Boswell 90D 90D

81M 90G 71F

19

90F 90M 9

58M

90M 90D

90D

32

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Grp3 Grp3 OLIM FAS 1-1 4-0

90D 61D 75M 90D 15 90F 6 84F 90M 64M

90G

90M 90D 26

Ching (Clark) 12; Weaver (Sarkodie) 19; Watson (Sturgis) 60 Moffat (Sturgis) 57 Barnes (Weaver) 21; Boswell (Clark) 44; Weaver (unassisted) 49; Carr (Weaver) 78

90D

90F

20

90F 90M 81M 4

90M 9

70D 90D 86M 90D

2012/13 Grp3 FAS 3-1

HOUSTON DYNAMO U.S. OPEN CUP 3R SANT 0-1

90D 90D 90M 62F

28 90F 62M 90M 15 90M 28 90D 90G

75D

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W T W

HOU 0 vs SANANT 1

2012/13 CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Grp3 08/22/2012 HOU 3 at CDFAS 1 Grp3 08/30/2012 HOU 1 at OLMPIA 1 Grp3 09/20/2012 HOU 4 vs CDFAS 0


2012 SCHEDULE & RESULTS 2012 MLS RECORD: 7-15-8 (HOME: 6-4-6 AWAY: 1-11-2)

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (7-15-8, 29 pts.)

HOUSTON DYNAMO (12-8-10, 46 pts.)

Date: Saturday, September 29, 2012 Kickoff: 8:30 p.m. ET Location: BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston, Texas) Comcast SportsNet: Brad Feldman (play-by-play), Jeff Causey (analyst) 98.5 The Sports Hub: Brad Feldman (play-by-play), Jeff Causey (analyst) New England Revolution Communications Contacts: Lizz Summers (o: 508-549-0496) (c: 617-571-2219), lizzs@revolutionsoccer.net Missy Wade (o: 508-384-4372) (c: 508-505-8648), missyw@revolutionsoccer.net Tim Miller (o: 508-549-0468) (c: 508-455-7551), timm@revolutionsoccer.net Houston Dynamo Communications Contacts: Lester Gretsch (c: 832-633-0632), LGretch@houstondynamo.com Matt Pedersen (c: 832-794-8673), MPedersen@houstondynamo.com Jonathan Kaplan (c: 516-965-4664),JKaplan@houstondynamo.com

POSSIBLE STARTING LINEUP 14 FAGUNDEZ 16GP, 5GS, 1G, 2A

27 BENGTSON 9GP, 6GA, 2G, 0A

11 ROWE 26GP, 18GS, 3G, 4A

80 CARDENAS 24GP, 7GS, 2G, 2A

22 FEILHABER 26GP, 20GS, 1G, 2A

OPPONENT at San Jose Earthquakes at Sporting Kansas City PORTLAND TIMBERS at LA Galaxy at FC Dallas D.C. UNITED at New York Red Bulls COLORADO RAPIDS at Real Salt Lake VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC HOUSTON DYNAMO at D.C. United USOC: Harrisburg (USL PRO) CHICAGO FIRE COLUMBUS CREW at Toronto FC SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC NEW YORK RED BULLS TORONTO FC at Montreal Impact at Sporting Kansas City at Philadelphia Union SPORTING KANSAS CITY MONTREAL IMPACT at Chicago Fire at Columbus Crew CHIVAS USA PHILADELPHIA UNION COLUMBUS CREW at D.C. United NEW YORK RED BULLS at Houston Dynamo at Philadelphia Union CHICAGO FIRE at Montreal Impact

18 TOJA 2GP, 0GS, 0G, 0A

30 ALSTON 26GP, 26GS, 0G, 1A

25 BARNES 9GP, 7GS, 1G, 0A

5 SOARES 26GP, 26GS, 1G, 0A

DATE Sat., March 10 Sat., March 17 Sat., March 24 Sat., March 31 Thurs., April 5 Sat., April 14 Sat., April 28 Wed., May 2 Sat., May 5 Sat., May 12 Sat., May 19 Sat., May 26 Tues., May 29 Sat., June 2 Sat., June 16 Sat., June 23 Sat., June 30 Sun., July 8 Sat., July 14 Wed., July 18 Sat., July 21 Sat., July 29 Sat., Aug. 4 Sun., Aug. 12 Sat., Aug. 18 Sat., Aug. 25 Wed., Aug. 29 Sat., Sept. 1 Wed., Sept. 5 Sat., Sept. 15 Sat., Sept. 22 Sat., Sept. 29 Sat., Oct. 6 Sat., Oct. 20 Sat., Oct. 27

26 MCCARTHY 26GP, 26 GS, 0G, 1A

34 SHUTTLEWORTH 3GP, 3GS, 0.67 GAA, 1 SHO

REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT DOUBTFUL:

Clyde Simms (R calf tightness)

OUT:

Flo Lechner (R MCL sprain) Lee Nguyen (R shoulder surgery) Tyler Polak (R foot sprain) Saer Sene (L ACL surgery) Chris Tierney (L knee sprain, L hamstring strain)

UNAVAILABLE:

Ryan Guy (international duty - Guam)

TIME/RESULT TV L 0-1 CSN L 0-3 CSN W 1-0 CSN W 3-1 NBC Sports L 0-1 CSN L 1-2 CSN L 0-1 NBC Sports W 2-1 CSN L 1-2 CSN W 4-1 CSN T 2-2 CSN L 2-3 CSN T 3-3 (L in PKs, 3-4) W 2-0 CSN T 0-0 CSN T 2-2 CSN T 2-2 CSN W 2-0 CSN/Gala L 0-1 CSN L 1-2 CSN T 0-0 CSN L 1-2 NBC Sports L 0-1 CSN L 0-1 CSN L 1-2 CSN L 3-4 CSN T 3-3 CSN T 0-0 CSN W 2-0 CSN L 1-2 CSN T 1-1 CSN 8:30 p.m. CSN 7 p.m. CSN 7:30 p.m. CSN 2 p.m. CSN

PRONUNCIATIONS # 1 2 3 5 6 8 11 14 17 18 22 23 24 25 27 30 34 39 80 92 99

Player Matt Reis Flo Lechner Tyler Polak A.J. Soares Michael Roach Chris Tierney Kelyn Rowe Diego Fagundez Sainey Nyassi Juan Toja Benny Feilhaber Blake Brettschneider Lee Nguyen Darrius Barnes Jerry Bengtson Kevin Alston Bobby Shuttleworth Saer Sene Fernando Cardenas Dimitry Imbongo Alec Purdie

Pos. GK DEF DEF DEF MID D/M MID M/F MID MID MID FWD MID DEF FWD DEF GK FWD FWD FWD MID

Pronunciation REESE LECK-ner POH-lock SORES ROWCH TEER-nee KELL-len ROH dee-AY-go fah-GOON-des SAIN-nee ny-AH-see TOE-ha FAIL-hob-ber BRET-shny-der HWIN DARE-ee-us BEHN-son ALL-stun SHUTTLE-worth sah-AIR SEN fer-NAHN-doe CAR-day-nahs dim-EE-tree im-BONG-go PURR-dee


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2012 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER # 30 25 27 23 80 14 22 7 13 92 2 26 40 24 17 3 99 1 6 11 39 34 19 5 8 18

Player Kevin Alston Darrius Barnes Jerry Bengtson Blake Brettschneider Fernando Cardenas Diego Fagundez Benny Feilhaber Blair Gavin Ryan Guy Dimitry Imbongo Florian Lechner Stephen McCarthy Tim Murray Lee Nguyen Sainey Nyassi Tyler Polak Alec Purdie Matt Reis Michael Roach Kelyn Rowe Saer Sene Bobby Shuttleworth Clyde Simms A.J. Soares Chris Tierney Juan Toja

Pos. DEF DEF FWD FWD FWD MID MID MID MID FWD DEF MID GK MID MID DEF MID GK MID MID FWD GK MID DEF MID MID

Ht. 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-4 5-8 5-9 6-0 5-8 6-0 5-10 6-5 6-2 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-8 6-3 6-2 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-1

Wt. 160 175 165 172 150 140 160 165 160 160 170 190 190 150 155 150 185 205 165 150 185 205 170 170 170 175

Birthdate 05/05/1988 12/24/1986 04/08/1987 04/11/1989 04/30/1988 02/14/1995 01/19/1985 01/08/1989 09/05/1985 03/28/1990 03/03/1981 07/21/1988 07/30/1987 10/07/1986 01/31/1989 05/13/1992 11/24/1988 03/28/1975 11/18/1988 12/02/1991 11/04/1986 05/13/1987 08/21/1982 11/28/1988 01/09/1986 05/24/1985

Hometown Silver Spring, Md. Raleigh, N.C. Santa Rosa de Aguan, Honduras Lilburn, Ga. Cartago, Colombia Leominster, Mass. Irvine, Calif. Scottsdale, Ariz. Carlsbad, Calif. Kinshasa, Congo Ellwangen, Germany Dallas, Texas Haverhill, Mass. McKinney, Texas Bwiam, Gambia Lincoln, Neb. Elkhart, Ind. Mission Viejo, Calif. St. Louis, Mo. Federal Way, Wash. Paris, France Tonawanda, N.Y. Jamestown, N.C. Solana Beach, Calif. Wellesley, Mass. Bogota, Colombia

College Indiana Duke

Status

South Carolina UCLA Akron San Diego North Carolina Providence Indiana Creighton Indiana UCLA Saint Louis UCLA Buffalo East Carolina California Virginia

DP/INTL INTL HG/INTL

INTL INTL

GA

GA INTL

INTL

Key: DP – Designated Player, HG – Homegrown player, INTL – international player, GA – Generation adidas

2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER # 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 11 13 14 17 18 19 22 23 24 25 26 27 30 34 39 40 80 92 99

Player Matt Reis Florian Lechner Tyler Polak A.J. Soares Michael Roach Blair Gavin Chris Tierney Kelyn Rowe Ryan Guy Diego Fagundez Sainey Nyassi Juan Toja Clyde Simms Benny Feilhaber Blake Brettschneider Lee Nguyen Darrius Barnes Stephen McCarthy Jerry Bengtson Kevin Alston Bobby Shuttleworth Saer Sene Tim Murray Fernando Cardenas Dimitry Imbongo Alec Purdie

Pos. GK DEF DEF DEF MID MID MID MID MID MID MID MID MID MID FWD MID DEF MID FWD DEF GK FWD GK FWD FWD MID

Pronunciation REESE LECK-ner POH-lock SORES ROWCH TEER-nee KELL-len ROH dee-A-go fuh-GOON-des SAIN-nee ny-AH-see TOE-ha FAIL-hob-ber BRET-schney-der HWIN DARE-ee-us BEHN-son ALL-stun sah-AIR SEN fer-NAHN-doe CAR-day-nahs dim-EE-tree im-BONG-go PURR-dee

Head Coach: Jay Heaps Assistant Coach: Jay Miller Assistant Coach/Reserve Team Coach: David Vaudreuil Goalkeeper Coach: Remi Roy Strength & Conditioning Coach: Nick Downing

Place of Birth Atlanta, Ga. Ellwangen, Germany Lincoln, Neb. San Diego, Calif. St. Louis, Mo. Louisville, Ky. Wellesley, Mass. Federal Way, Wash. San Diego, Calif. Montevideo, Uruguay Bwiam, Gambia Bogota, Colombia Wilmington, N.C. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Lilburn, Ga. Richardson, Texas Raleigh, N.C. Honolulu, Hawaii Santa Rosa de Aguan, Honduras Washington, D.C. Tonawanda, N.Y. Paris, France Haverhill, Mass. Cartago, Colombia Kinshasa, Congo Elkhart, Ind. Head Athletic Trainer: Sean Kupiec Assistant Athletic Trainer: Evan Allen Massage Therapist: Glenn O’Connor Soccer Operations Manager: Nick Kropelin Soccer Operations Coordinator: Jason Gove Equipment Manager: Scott Emmens

Last Team Los Angeles (MLS) Karlsruher SC (GER) Creighton California Saint Louis Chivas USA (MLS) Virginia UCLA St. Patrick’s Athletic (IRL) Revolution Under-16s Ports Authority FC (GAM) Aris Thessaloniki (GRE) D.C. United (MLS) AGF Aarhus (DEN) D.C. United (MLS) Vancouver Whitecaps FC (MLS) Duke North Carolina CD Motagua (HON) Indiana Austin Aztex (USL) Bayern Munich II (GER) Providence America de Cali (COL) 1860 Munich II (GER) Indiana


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ALL-TIME SERIES INFORMATION

2012 TEAM COMPARISONS

Overall: 6-2-5

Home: 2-1-4

2012 Overall: 7-15-8 Points: 29 Eastern Conference: Ninth Home: 6-4-6 Away: 1-11-2 Goals For: 37 Goals Against: 41 +/-: -4

2012 Overall: 12-8-10 Points: 46 Eastern Conference: Fifth Home: 9-0-5 Away: 3-8-5 Goals For: 42 Goals Against: 37 +/-: +5

TALE OF THE TAPE NEW ENGLAND _____________ HEAD COACHES __________________HOUSTON Jay Heaps _______________________ Name __________________ Dominic Kinnear 1______________________ Total Years Coaching in MLS _____________________9 7-15-8 _____________________ Career MLS Record _________________ 112-75-91 same ________________________Year with Team ___________________________7 same ______________________ Record with Team ___________________ 85-71-80 NEW ENGLAND ___________ TEAM CATEGORIES _________________HOUSTON 30______________________________ Games ______________________________30 37___________________________ Goals Scored ___________________________42 1.23 ________________________ Goals Per Game _______________________ 1.41 41___________________________ Goals Allowed __________________________37 1.37 ____________________ Goals Allowed Per Game ____________________ 1.24 -4 __________________________ Goal Differential _________________________ +5 413_____________________________ Shots _____________________________365 166__________________________ Shots on Goal _________________________134 431 _________________________ Fouls Suffered _________________________320 302 ________________________ Fouls Committed ________________________323 33________________________ Yellow Card Cautions _______________________36 1__________________________ Red Card Ejections __________________________3 NEW ENGLAND __________ INDIVIDUAL LEADERS ________________HOUSTON Sene (11) _______________________ Goals ________________________ Bruin (11) Tierney (4) ______________________ Assists ______________________ Davis (11) Sene (75) ________________________ Shots ________________________Bruin (71) Sene (35) ____________________ Shots on Goal ____________________Bruin (33) Sene (2) __________________ Game-Winning Goals _________________ Davis (3) Tierney (2) _______________ Game-Winning Assists ________________ Davis (3) Feilhaber (66) _________________ Fouls Suffered ___________________ Ashe (33) Nguyen (31) __________________ Fouls Committed __________________ Kandji (39) Tierney, Feilhaber (4) ________ Yellow Card Cautions __________________ Carr (6) NEW ENGLAND _________ GOALKEEPER LEADERS _______________HOUSTON Reis (2,430) __________________ Minutes Played __________________ Hall (2,676) Shuttleworth (0.67) _________ Goals Against Average ________________ Hall (1.24) Reis (6) __________________________ Wins _________________________Hall (12) Reis (6) ________________________ Shutouts ________________________ Hall (11) Reis (92) _________________________Saves _________________________Hall (81)

Date 5/27/06 7/22/06 5/19/07 7/22/07 3/29/08 6/12/08 5/03/09 7/25/09 8/14/10 10/10/10 4/17/11 8/17/11 5/19/12

Score Houston 1 at New England 1 New England 1 at Houston 1 New England 1 at Houston 0 Houston 3 at New England 3 Houston 0 at New England 3 New England 2 at Houston 0 Houston 2 at New England 0 New England 1 at Houston 0 Houston 0 at New England 1 New England 2 at Houston 1 New England 0 at Houston 1 Houston 1 at New England 1 Houston 2 at New England 2

Away: 4-1-1 NE Result T T W T W W L W W W L T T

Notes

TEAM NOTES AGAINST HOUSTON • New England and Houston have met 13 times in the overall MLS regular-season series, with the Revs holding a 6-2-5 record against the Dynamo … the Revolution is 6-3-7 against the Dynamo in all competitions, including MLS Cup and SuperLiga • Saturday’s meeting will conclude the regular-season series between the two teams in 2012 … the clubs played to a 2-2 draw on May 19, in Foxborough • Saturday’s match will be the Revs’ inaugural visit to BBVA Compass Stadium, which opened in May 2012 … the Revs are 4-1-1 on the road against Houston, all at the Dynamo’s former home Robertson Stadium • In all but one meeting – the 2-1 Revs win in Houston on Oct. 10, 2010 - the winning team has recorded a shutout or the match has ended in a draw … overall, there have been seven shutouts in 12 regular-season meetings • Houston won the 2011 regular-season series, shutting out the Revs, 1-0, on April 17 in Houston before the two teams played to a 1-1 draw on Aug. 17 at Gillette Stadium • Houston’s victory in the regular-season series in 2011 was just the second Dynamo regular-season series victory … the Revs won the regular-season series in 2007, 2008 and 2010, while the teams split in 2006 and 2009. • New England and Houston have met in three tournament finals in the last seven years (MLS Cup 2006, MLS Cup 2007, SuperLiga 2008) … Houston won the 2006 MLS title match in penalty kicks after extra time finished 1-1 in Frisco, Texas, and then one year later took the 2007 championship with a come-from-behind, 2-1 victory in Washington, D.C. … the Revs won SuperLiga 2008 in penalty kicks after the teams were knotted at 2-2 after extra time at Gillette Stadium PLAYER NOTES AGAINST HOUSTON • Saer Sene is the Revolution’s current leading scorer against Houston with two goals in one appearance … Sene scored a penalty kick goal and later an unassisted strike when the teams last met on May 19, 2012 • Sainey Nyassi has also recorded one goal and one assist in five appearances against Houston • Kevin Alston recorded the first assist of his career against the Dynamo, picking up the second assist on Kheli Dube’s game-winning goal at Houston on Aug. 25, 2009 • Matt Reis is 5-2-5 in his regular-season career against the Dynamo with an 0.92 goals against average and five shutouts • Bobby Shuttleworth has one win in one appearance against Houston, making a career-high six saves in the Oct. 10, 2010 meeting • Former Rev Steve Ralston is Houston’s assistant coach, and still holds a share of the New England career scoring lead against the Dynamo with three goals and one assist in seven regular-season appearances LAST MEETING Houston 2 at New England 2 May 19, 2012 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Saer Sene scored his team-leading fifth and sixth goals of the season for the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium, but the home side had to settle for a 2-2 draw as Houston Dynamo midfielder Luiz Camargo came off the bench to score the game-tying goal in the 87th minute. Sene twice gave the Revolution the lead with a 26th-minute penalty kick and a fantastic individual effort in the 57th minute, but the Dynamo hit back on both occasions through Will Bruin (32nd minute) and Camargo.


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2012 MLS STATISTICS # 39 24 11 8 80 23 27 21 14 22 13 25 92 9 5 30 7 7 2 26 19 4 17 3 99 1 32 34 18 15

POS FWD MID MID D/M FWD FWD FWD MID MID MID MID DEF FWD FWD DEF DEF MID MID DEF M/D MID DEF MID DEF FWD GK FWD GK MID MID

PLAYER Saer Sene Lee Nguyen Kelyn Rowe Chris Tierney Fernando Cardenas Blake Brettschneider Jerry Bengtson * Shalrie Joseph Diego Fagundez Benny Feilhaber Ryan Guy Darrius Barnes Dimitry Imbongo * Jose Moreno A.J. Soares Kevin Alston Blair Gavin (TOT)** Blair Gavin (NE) Flo Lechner Stephen McCarthy Clyde Simms * John Lozano Sainey Nyassi Tyler Polak Alec Purdie Matt Reis * Bjorn Runstrom Bobby Shuttleworth Juan Toja * Jeremiah White Own-goals received TEAM TOTALS OPPONENT TOTALS

GP 25 30 26 26 24 16 9 18 16 26 20 9 5 7 26 27 9 0 9 27 25 2 1 1 4 27 3 3 2 2

GS 23 27 18 25 7 10 6 15 5 20 17 7 2 5 26 27 4 0 7 26 25 2 0 0 0 27 0 3 0 0

MIN 1934 2386 1618 2264 829 880 591 1481 544 1879 1562 665 217 376 2280 2263 310 0 599 2218 1988 155 11 30 33 2430 32 270 49 31

30 30

30 30

2700 2700

G 11 5 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 37 41

A 3 2 4 4 2 1 0 3 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 75 60 40 22 23 17 11 12 15 41 28 2 8 10 10 11 3 0 5 6 13 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1

SOG 35 18 20 10 8 9 5 4 8 15 11 1 2 7 4 2 2 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

FC 20 31 17 14 8 10 8 29 6 22 17 8 7 4 25 30 0 0 4 21 13 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2

FS 37 49 23 13 12 11 10 23 5 66 15 3 13 4 21 34 2 0 12 26 7 2 0 2 2 5 0 1 5 0

OFF 15 0 5 0 4 10 7 0 2 1 6 0 3 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CK 0 35 22 56 2 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 4 2 3 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

29 40

413 397

166 144

302 431

431 302

60 81

143 144

33 53

1 2

PA 0 3 3 2

W 1 6 7 15

L 1 14 15 7

T 1 7 8 8

SO 1 6 7 10

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Saer Sene 2, Chris Tierney 1, Fernando Cardenas 1, Lee Nguyen 1, Kelyn Rowe 1, Dimitry Imbongo 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Chris Tierney 2, Saer Sene 1, Lee Nguyen 1, Shalrie Joseph 1, Benny Feilhaber 1, Kevin Alston 1, Diego Fagundez 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Saer Sene 1-1, Lee Nguyen 1-1 # 34 1

POS GK GK

GOALKEEPER Bobby Shuttleworth Matt Reis TEAM TOTALS OPPONENT TOTALS

GP 3 27 30 30

GS 3 27 30 30

MIN 180 2430 2700 2700

SHTS 11 133 144 166

SV 9 92 101 129

GA 2 39 41 37

GAA 0.67 1.44 1.37 1.23

PG 0 3 3 2

* Denotes a player no longer with the club ** Denotes a player who played with other teams in 2012. Only NE Revolution statistics included in team totals.

2012 MLS RESULTS Date Sat., March 10 Sat., March 17 Sat., March 24 Sat., March 31 Thurs., April 5 Sat., April 14 Sat., April 28 Wed., May 2 Sat., May 5 Sat., May 12 Sat., May 19 Sat., May 26 Sat., June 2 Sat., June 16 Sat., June 23 Sat., June 30 Sun., July 8 Sat., July 14 Wed., July 18 Sat., July 21 Sun., July 29 Sat., Aug. 4 Sun., Aug. 12 Sat., Aug. 18 Sat., Aug. 25 Wed., Aug. 29 Sat., Sept. 1 Wed., Sept. 5 Sat., Sept. 15 Sat., Sept. 22 Sat., Sept. 29 Sat., Oct. 6 Sat., Oct 20 Sat., Oct. 27

Opponent at San Jose Earthquakes at Sporting Kansas City PORTLAND TIMBERS at LA Galaxy at FC Dallas D.C. UNITED at New York Red Bulls COLORADO RAPIDS at Real Salt Lake VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC HOUSTON DYNAMO at D.C. United CHICAGO FIRE COLOMBUS CREW at Toronto FC SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC NEW YORK RED BULLS TORONTO FC at Montreal Impact at Sporting Kansas City at Philadelphia Union SPORTING KANSAS CITY MONTREAL IMPACT at Chicago Fire at Columbus Crew CHIVAS USA PHILADELPHIA UNION COLUMBUS CREW at D.C. United NEW YORK RED BULLS at Houston Dynamo at Philadelphia Union CHICAGO FIRE at Montreal Impact

Result Score L 0-1 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 3-1 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 4-1 T 2-2 L 3-2 W 2-0 T 0-0 T 2-2 T 2-2 W 2-0 L 0-1 L 1-2 T 0-0 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 3-4 T 3-3 T 0-0 W 2-0 L 1-2 T 1-1

Attend. 10,525 19,777 12,925 21,324 11,043 10,389 18,152 6,149 18,219 12,112 16,414 14,627 12,523 12,218 18,877 15,264 14.374 12,180 15,615 19,080 18,598 17,592 12,857 17,495 13,651 10,945 11,841 10,345 15,104 24,364

Record 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 3-5-0 3-6-0 4-6-0 4-6-1 4-7-1 5-7-1 5-7-2 5-7-3 5-7-4 6-7-4 6-8-4 6-9-4 6-9-5 6-10-5 6-11-5 6-12-5 6-13-5 6-14-5 6-14-6 6-14-7 7-14-7 7-15-7 7-15-8

Place Pts. T-3 0 T-5 0 T-4 3 T-2 6 T-3 6 8 6 9 6 4 9 6 9 5 12 T-5 13 7 13 6 16 7 17 T-7 18 7 19 6 22 6 22 7 22 8 23 T-8 23 T-8 23 T-8 23 9 23 9 23 9 24 9 25 8 28 8 28 9 29

Goal scorers SJ: Wondolowksi (15) SKC: Zusi (28), Kamara (39), Sapong (47) NE: Sene (1) NE: Rowe (10), Tierney (13), Sene (65); LA: Keane (73) FCD: Ihemelu (95+) NE: Moreno (6); D.C.: Santos (19), Pontius (82) NY: Henry (7) NE: Sene (27), Cardenas (39); COL: Castrillon (21) RSL: Saborio (33), Saborio (55); NE: Brettschneider (22) NE: Nguyen (6, 33), Sene (24), Joseph (33); VAN: Hassli (5) NE: Sene (26, 57); HOU: Bruin (32), Camargo (87) D.C.: McDonald (15), Jakovic (45+), Santos (61); NE: Sene (48), Soares (50) NE: Rowe (69), Feilhaber (73) None NE: Brettschneider (71), Tierney (94+); TOR: Koevermans (4), Johnson (42) NE: Sene (12), Fagundez (94+); SEA: Johnson (23, 35) NE: Nguyen (24), Bengtson (84) TFC: Silva (8) NE: Nguyen (44); MTL: Bernier (28), Nyassi (67) None PHI: Adu (59), McInerney (90); NE: Sene (12) SKC: Bunbury (20) MTL: Nyassi (61) CHI: Rolfe (5), MacDonald (25); NE: Cardenas (11) CLB: Higuain (26, 43), Arrieta (32, 86); NE: Guy (17), Bengtson (23), Nguyen (81) NE: Sene (4, 21), Own goal (11); CHV: Joseph (23, 45+), Bolanos (47) None NE: Imbongo (53), Own goal (74) D.C.: Pontius (32), Neal (63); NE: Rowe (29) NE: Barnes (95+); NY: Lindpere (91+)


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MISCELLANEOUS TEAM NOTES TEAM AWARDS VOTE OPEN Voting is now open for the 2012 Team MVP (public vote) and 2012 Best Defender (media vote) … votes will be collected through 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, October 6, and the awards will be presented in a pregame ceremony on Saturday, October 20, before the team plays its 2012 home finale against the Chicago Fire … the MVP vote is available at revolutionsoccer. net, while the Best Defender vote is available by request via e-mail at media@revolutionsoccer.net.

A BIT OF LATE-GAME MAGIC TO EXTEND RECORD STREAK Saturday night, the Revs extended their home unbeaten streak against New York to an MLSrecord 16 regular-season games at Gillette Stadium, but they did it in grand fashion … despite conceding the game’s first goal in the 91st minute, the Revs responded with a 95th-minute equalizer on a header from Darrius Barnes … since 2002, the Revs are 11-0-5 at Gillette Stadium against New York, marking the longest winless streak at an away venue by any MLS team in league history.

NGUYEN OUT FOR SEASON On Monday morning, Lee Nguyen underwent season-ending shoulder surgery to correct chronic instability in his right shoulder … head team physician Dr. Scott Martin performed a Latarjet procedure on Nguyen at the Brigham and Women’s/Mass General Health Care Center in Foxborough … Nguyen will miss the remainder of the 2012 season and is expected to return to full participation in approximately four months.

LATE-GAME HEROICS Darrius Barnes’ goal – a 95th-minute equalizer against New York on Saturday – was the Revs’ third game-tying goal in the 94th minute or later this year … earlier this season, Chris Tierney scored a 94th minute goal on June 23 at Toronto, and Diego Fagundez scored in the 94th minute on June 30 against Seattle in the very next game.

LEE GAVE REVS CHANCE TO WIN Lee Nguyen was the only Revs player that appeared in the first 30 games this season before undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery on Monday ... in 30 appearances -- including 27 starts -- Nguyen contributed five goals and two assists and ranked second on the team in scoring behind Saer Sene ... Nguyen joined the Revolution on March 2, 2012, through the Waiver Draft after Vancouver waived him the day before ... he was the MLS player of the week for Week 10 following a two-goal, one assist performance in a 4-1 Revs win against his former team. CALLING ALL GOAL-SCORERS Saer Sene (11 goals) and Lee Nguyen (5) accounted for more than 40 percent (16-of-37 goals, 43 percent) of Revolution’s scoring this year ... with both of the players rule out for the rst of the year following surgeries -- an ACL surgery for Sene and shoulder surgery for Nguyen -- other Revs will be called upon to account for the absence of the two newcomers in the scoring column ... Kelyn Rowe is third on the team with three goals ... after Rowe, there is a four-way tie for fourth as Jerry Bengtson, Blake Brettschneider, Fernando Cardenas and Chris Tierney each have two goals apiece this year. NO PROBLEM IN HOUSTON The Revs will round out the month of September on the road when they travel to face the Houston Dynamo during the team’s second – and last – trip of the season to the Lone Star State … Saturday’s match will be the Revs’ inaugural visit to BBVA Compass Stadium, the Dynamo’s new home, which opened in May 2012 … the Revs found success in Houston at the Dynamo’s former home, Robertson Stadium, where they posted a 4-1-1 record in six matches since 2006. SPOILING THE HOUSE-WARMING PARTY While it is customary to bring a gift when welcomed to a new home, the Revs have decided to take a different approach in recent visits to newly-built stadiums ... since 2010, the Revs have taken earned points in three of their last six first-ever visits to newly-built stadiums ... in 2010, the Revolution was the first team to earn a draw at PPL Park ... whille they suffered a 2-0 loss in their first visit to New York’s Red Bull Arena on Oct. 21, 2010, they Revs played to a 1-1 draw at Kansas City’s Livestrong Sporting Park last season ... earlier this year, the team lost to Montreal, 2-1, at Saputo Stadium on July 18. A CHANCE TO END SEPTEMBER ON A WINNING NOTE The Revs struggled in the month of August but have a chance on Saturday to finish September with a winning record ... after going winless (0-4-1) in August, the Revs are 1-1-2 through four games this month ... a win at Houston would solidify September as a winning month with a .600 winning percentage (2-1-2) ... historically, September has been a cruel month to the Revs -- the team has not had a winning percentage above .500 since 2007 when the Revs went 2-1-1 (.625 winning percentage) in four games. DYNAMO AND REVS KEEP THINGS PREDICTABLE Although the two teams have met just 13 times in the regular season since 2006, each match has played out to a fairly similar result … in all but one meeting – the 2-1 Revs win in Houston on Oct. 10, 2010 - the end result has either been a shutout by the winning team, or a draw … overall, there have been seven shutouts and five draws in 13 regular-season meetings. REVS LOOK TO SHAKE ROAD RUT The Revs will play three of their last four games of the season on the road, beginning Saturday in Houston … although the team is unbeaten (1-0-3) in their last four games at Gillette Stadium, the Revs are winless (0-9-2) in their last 11 games on the road after claiming their lone road win - a 3-1 victory at LA - on March 31 … the Revs are still searching for their first road victory against an Eastern Conference foe this year as the team is 0-8-2 within the conference away from Foxborough.

BARNES GETS INTO THE SCORING MIX Defender Darrius Barnes scored his first career goal in the 95th-minute on Saturday to secure a point for the Revs … Barnes became the 15th Revolution goal-scorer this season … two other Revolution defenders have scored this season, including Chris Tierney (two goals) and A.J. Soares (one) … Barnes’ first career goal came in his 88th-career contest. SATURDAY’S LATE-GOAL IN CONTEXT His headed goal with just seconds remaining against New York on Saturday put Darrius Barnes into the Revolution record books … Barnes’ 95th minute goal marked the third time in club history that the team scored a goal in the 95th minute or later … Steve Ralston scored a game-tying goal in the 95th minute on July 29, 2006, in the 1-1 draw at Kansas City, and Taylor Twellman scored a 95th minute goal in the 3-0 win at Chicago on April 27, 2005. BARNES’ GOAL A LONG TIME COMING Darrius Barnes’ first career goal on Saturday came in his 88th career appearance ... Barnes quipped at his relief of finally getting the goal by saying postgame on Saturday, “Finally. It kind of felt like LeBron (James) winning his first championship. It’s been a long time coming.”... continued Barnes on the importance of the 95th-minute equalizer, “It’s just great that it came at that point in time, when we were down and they had just scored a goal in the 91st minute. We were able to have that resiliency and come back to get one of our own. It helped us to get a point, but we were unfortunate not to get three.” ... the Revs drafted Barnes with the third round (40th overall) in the 2009 SuperDraft. GUY UNAVAILABLE SATURDAY Jay Heaps’ lineup will look slightly different this weekend with the absence of Ryan Guy … Guy, who has started 11 of the last 12 contests, has joined Guam this week for his first international experience at the Paulino Alcantara Peace Cup in Manila, Philippines … before departing on Sunday, Guy recorded an assist on Darrius Barnes’ game-tying goal in the 95th minute on Saturday against New York … the 27-year old has recorded one goal and two assists in 20 appearances for the Revs this year. ROWE STEPS UP AGAIN With his assist on Darrius Barnes’ stoppage-time equalizer, Kelyn Rowe factored in a Revolution goal for the second consecutive game … following his third goal of the season in the 2-1 loss at D.C. on Sept. 15, Rowe returned with an assist on Barnes’ game-tying goal on Saturday against New York … in 26 appearances – including 18 starts – in his rookie campaign, Rowe has three goals and four assists and shares the team lead in assists with Chris Tierney … the Revs selected Rowe with the third overall pick in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft after he played two seasons at UCLA and was a member of the U.S. Under-20 Team. THE ROOKIE KNOWS HOW TO HELP OUT With his fourth assist of the season on Saturday, Kelyn Rowe became the first Revolution rookie since Kheli Dube in 2008 to record four or more assists in a season ... Rowe’s four assists are tied with Chris Tierney for the club lead this year … should Rowe finish the season with the club lead in assists, he would become the first rookie since Pat Noonan in 2003 to do so … that year, Noonan shared a four-way tie for the team lead after recording seven assists. KELYN THIRD AMONG ELITE ROOKIES After recording his fourth assist of the season on Saturday, Kelyn Rowe moved into third place in rookie scoring ... with three goals on top of his four assists, Rowe’s 10 points behind Vancouver’s Darren Mattocks, who has 15 points (7 goals, 1 assist), while D.C. United’s Nick DeLeon was second with 14 points (5 goals, 4 assists). ROOKIE ROWE RALLYING REVS Kelyn Rowe’s third goal of the season was New England’s lone goal in the 2-1 loss at D.C. on Sept. 15 ... following the match, Rowe remained positive about using the remaining games this season as motivation for improvement heading into 2013 ... said Rowe, “It’s obviously news none of us want to hear or take in, but it’s all about moving forward. We are definitely go-


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO ing to play for pride. We need to get wins and make sure this club reclaims its glory and we are going to work every game and every day to get there.” BOBBY’S ALL BUSINESS AMONG BACKUPS Bobby Shuttleworth continues to deliver when called upon … in his third start of the season on Saturday, Shuttleworth conceded just his second goal of the season in the 1-1 draw against New York …Shuttleworth’s 0.67 goals against average leads the group of 10 back-up goalkeepers in MLS with three or more starts this year … Shuttleworth’s GAA is 0.33 goals per game fewer than Chicago’s Paolo Tornaghi, who is second (1.00 goals against average, three starts). BOBBIN’ FOR PLAYING TIME Jay Heaps gave Bobby Shuttleworth a chance on Saturday against New York, and the 25-year old did not disappoint, making three saves and allowing just one goal in the 1-1 draw ... after the game, Heaps admitted “we’re getting a chance to see him over one, two, three – I don’t have a number of games, but I wanted to let him know he has a couple of chances to really show where his trajectory is going to be.” ... Shuttleworth then spoke about the importance of getting a chance to shine, stating “it seems like the past couple of seasons I seem to get a run of games here at the end ... all the games they want to give me here, it’s nice obviously. It’s nice to get a nice run of games where I can kind of get some momentum going and get comfortable and try and be consistent in there.” SHUTTLE-WORTH YOUR TIME Bobby Shuttleworth added another 90 minutes to his resume on Saturday against New York ... in his fourth season with the Revs, Shuttleworth’s 1,401 minutes rank eighth on the club’s goalkeeping minutes list, ahead of Jim St. Andre (1,346) ... additionally, Saturday’s game was Shuttleworth’s 16 career appearances, pushing him past St. Andre (15) for eighth on the club’s all-time goalkeeper appearances list ... Shuttleworth is four appearances and 134 minutes shy of passing Aidan Heaney (19 appearances, 1,534 minutes) for seventh place on those respective club charts. GOAL DELIVERY IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS The Revs were unable to find an early goal against New York, but stilll lead the league in goalscoring within the first 30 minutes ... Kelyn Rowe’s 29th-minute goal at D.C. on Sept. 15 was the team’s league-leading 19th goal in the first 30 minutes of action this season … with Rowe’s goal in that window, the Revs have now scored more than half of their goals (19-of-37 total goals) this season within the first half-hour of play. ALSTON MOVES UP MINUTES CHARTS With his 90-minute performance on Saturday against New York, Kevin Alston moved up the club’s all-time minutes chart ... at 9,382 career minutes, Kevin Alston is now ninth on the list, and passed Jeff Larentowicz (9,305) last weekend ... Alston is now 915 minutes behind eighth-place Michael Parkhurst (10,297) ... the Indiana University product was the Revolution’s first pick (10th overall) in the 2009 SuperDraft and earlier this season became the first player in MLS from that draft class to reach 100 starts. BACKLINE SHIFTERS So far this season, a total of seven players have started on the backline and 10 players have spent time in the back in total during regular-season action: Kevin Alston* (RB, LB), Darrius Barnes* (CB, LB, RB), Ryan Guy (RB), A.J. Soares* (CB, LB), Stephen McCarthy* (CB), Chris Tierney* (LB), Tyler Polak (LB), Flo Lechner* (RB), John Lozano* (CB) and Shalrie Joseph* (CB) ... five different players have seen time at left back, five different players have played at center back, while four players have played right back as the team has run out a four-man backline in each of the team’s 30 games. (* indicates starters) DIEGO’S HELPING HAND IN SEPTEMBER Diego Fagundez recorded his second assist of the season against D.C. on Sept. 15 he fed Kelyn Rowe for the Revs’ lone goal in the loss ... Fagundez’s assist on Rowe’s goal was his third career assist and second assist in as many games … the 17-year old also recorded an assist on Dimity Imbongo’s goal in the team’s 2-0 win over Columbus on Sept. 5. DIEGO’S PROFILE OF COURAGE Diego Fagundez’s journey to the U.S. -- and less than 10 years later, to MLS -- was recently featured by MLSsoccer.com ... in a series of videos on the journey to excellence, sponsored by the U.S. Marine Corps, Fagundez and his father, Washington, are profiled for the decision to come to America from Uruguay when Diego was just six years old ... Washington, a professional soccer player, wanted a better life for his family and now fans have a chance to learn more about the courageous action by visiting mlssoccer.com OTHER REIS RECORD IN REACH In his next appearance, Matt Reis will move up the MLS career goalkeeping charts, passing Zach Thornton in another goalkeeping category ... with 276 career starts, Reis also one game shy of passing Thornton (276) for sole possesion of fourth place on the career starts list.

REIS APPROACHING ANOTHER 100-SAVE SEASON Matt Reis enters Saturday’s match with 92 saves this season -- eight shy of his seventh 100save season in his career ... should Reis reach the century mark in saves this year, he would be one of three goalkeepers to record 100 or more saves in seven seasons, joining Kevin Hartman and Joe Cannon (7) ... Reis recorded his first 100-save season in 2005, and then followed up again with 100-save seasons in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011. TIERNEY STANDING ON A CORNER Although Chris Tierney has missed the last two matches with an injury, his next appearance could have the 26-year old moving up the club’s corner-kick chart again … with 157 career corner kicks, Tierney’s next corner kick will move him into tie with Imad Baba (158) for fourth place on the club’s all-time list … Tierney entered the season seventh on the list with 101 corner kicks and passed Alberto Naveda (108) and Andy Dorman (119) earlier this season … should he pass Baba, Tierney’s next task in sight would be passing Joe-Max Moore (209) for third place. UPPING THE DEFENSIVE INTENSITY, LEADING TO OFFENSIVE OPPORTUNITIES Following the team’s 10-game winless streak (0-7-3), the Revs have increased the amount of defensive intensity and pressure in the last three matches ... in those three matches since Sept. 5 against Columbus, the Revs have seen a decrease in opponent’s passing percentage and attempts on goal ... additionally, the defensive mindset has lead to an increase in offensive chances: Category 10 Game Winless Streak Record 0-7-3 Opponent Passing Percentage per Game 80.4 Opponents Shots per Game 14.7 Revs’ Shots per Game 13.2

Last Three Games 1-1-1 71.4 9.67 19.67

USUALLY FEAST OR FAMINE FOR REVS ... BUT LONE GOALS IN LAST TWO The Revs’ scoring this season has been feast or famine: the team has either been shut out or scored multiple goals in 22 of its 30 matches this year ... the Revs’ have only scored one goal in a game just eight times, including the last two games ... the team has been shut out 10 times, a mark which is tied with Philadelphia for third in MLS behind Portland (11) and Chivas USA (13) ... however, the Revs are tied for ninth in MLS in multiple-goal games with 12, as San Jose leads with 18 ... the club is also tied for eighth in MLS in three-plus goal games with four as San Jose and LA lead the league with nine. SAER WITH SUCCESSFUL ACL SURGERY AFTER MAKING A NAME FOR HIMSELF... Saer Sene underwent a successful surgery on Monday, Sept. 17, to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee ... Sene is expected to return to full action in 6-8 months ... with 11 goals this season -- including two in his final game before injury on Aug. 29 against Chivas USA -- Saer Sene is currently the team’s leading scorer … Sene became the first player since Taylor Twellman in 2007 to record more than 10 goals in a season ... the season-high goal scorers since 2007 season are below: Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Taylor Twellman Steve Ralston, Taylor Twellman Kheli Dube, Shalrie Joseph Marko Perovic Shalrie Joseph Saer Sene

Goals Scored 16 8 8 6 8 11

JAY HEAPS FACTS & FIGURES Jay Heaps, 36 is the sixth head coach in club history, and is also the second-youngest active coach in MLS (behind D.C. United’s Ben Olsen) … Heaps had a 11-year playing career in MLS, first with the Miami Fusion beginning in 1999 - when he was drafted second overall in the MLS College Draft before earning MLS Rookie of the Year honors that season - through June 2001 ... he was traded to his hometown club, New England, in June 2001 where he concluded his career before retiring following the 2009 season … Heaps is second all-time in minutes (21,619) appearances (243) and starts (238). CONNECT WITH THE REVS Website ............................................. revolutionsoccer.net Facebook .......................................... facebook.com/nerevolution Twitter ............................................... twitter.com/NERevolution Twitter (in-game play-by-play) ........ twitter.com/NERevsLive YouTube ............................................ youtube.com/NERevolutionSoccer Pinterest ........................................... pinterest.com/NERevolution **Flickr .............................................. flicker.com/NERevolution ** Photos posted on the team’s Flickr galleries are available for media use with proper photo credit to the Revolution. If you are unaware of how to download these photos, please feel free to ask a member of the Revolution Communications or Digital staffs for assistance and instructions.


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PLAYER NOTES 1 | MATT REIS POS. GK | H. 6-1 | W. 205 | AGE: 37 PRONUNCIATION: REESE The Revs’ standout goalkeeper has been widely considered one of the league’s top ‘keepers for much of the last decade … in his ninth season as the team’s primary netminder, but missed a large portions of the 2010 and 2011 seasons while recovering from various surgeries (shoulder, knee, ankle) and injuries … re-signed with the Revolution in the 2011-12 off-season … is the club’s active leader in appearances (242), starts (241) and minutes played (21,702) .... holds every New England career goalkeeping record, including games played in goal (242), games started in goal (241), minutes played in goal (21,702), goals against average (1.34), wins (86), saves (960), shutouts (61) and save percentage (.721) ... recorded his 70th career shutout in the 2-0 win against Columbus on September 5, 2012 ... recorded his 1,000th career save in a 1-0 shutout in the 2012 home opener against Portland on March 24, 2012 and his 100th career win on May 2, 2012 against Colorado ... became the first goalkeeper in Revolution history to start 150 matches for the club in the 2009 season opener against San Jose, while he became the seventh goalkeeper in MLS history to record 60 career shutouts with a 0-0 draw against Colorado on May 7, 2011 ... recorded his 50th shutout as a member of the Revolution on Aug. 14, 2010, with a 1-0 victory over Houston ... established a new club record shutout streak by going 386 consecutive minutes without allowing a goal from July 4 - Aug. 1, 2009 … voted to the 2007 and 2008 MLS All-Star Games as a “First XI” (top vote-getter) selection … a four-time MLS All-Star and a four-time finalist for MLS goalkeeper of the year (2005-08) … launched the Matt Reis Charity Golf Challenge in 2011 and held the second-annual event on Sept. 17 ... has raised raised more than $125,000 - in conjunction with the Johnny Damon Foundation - for Boston’s Children’s Hospital (2011-12), Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (2011-12), Grassroot Soccer (2011), and various local charities (2012)... has served as the team’s captain since mid-August. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has started 27 matches this season ... has a 6-14-7 record and a 1.44 goals against average with six shutouts ... started the season opener at San Jose (March 10), allowing one goal ... made four saves in the 3-0 loss at Kansas City (March 17) ... recorded three saves -- and MLS career save No. 1,000 -- in a 1-0 shutout win against Portland (March 24) ... made three saves in the 3-1 win at LA (March 31) ... made five saves in the 1-0 loss at New York (April 28) ... made six saves in the 2-1 win -- his 100th regular-season win -- against Colorado (May 2) ... made five saves in the 2-1 loss at Real Salt Lake (May 5) ... made four saves in the 4-1 win against Vancouver (May 12) ... recorded three saves in the 2-0 shutout against Chicago (June 2) ... made three saves in his second-consecutive shutout against Columbus (June 16) ... made four saves in the 2-2 draw at Toronto (June 23) ... made one save in the 2-2 draw against Seattle (June 30) and set an MLS record -- with Shalrie Joseph -- for games started together in a pairing with 206 ... returned to goal at Montreal (July 18) after sitting for two matches ... made six saves and recorded the shutout at Kansas City (July 21) ... made six saves in the 3-3 draw against Chivas USA (Aug. 29) ... recorded a season-high seven saves against Philadelphia (Sept. 1) to earn his fifth shutout of the season ... recorded his second consecutive shutout -- and 70th career shutout -- in the 2-0 win against Columbus (Sept. 5) ... made five saves in the 2-1 loss at D.C. (Sept. 15). INTERNATIONAL: Has earned two caps with the U.S. National Team ... is 1-0-1 for the Nats, including a shutout in his first-ever U.S. National Team start. Last shutout: 9/5/12 vs. CLB Most saves: 11, 7/11/09 vs. KC Last assist: 7/30/11 at SKC 2 | FLO LECHNER POS. DEF | H. 5-10 | W. 170 | AGE: 31 | INTERNATIONAL PRONUNCIATION: LECK-ner A versatile defender … right-footed … is most comfortable at the right fullback position, but can play centrally and at left back if called upon … rugged and determined … excellent positional sense ... signed with the Revolution on March 14 on a free transfer ... formally added to the team’s roster on Tuesday, March 20 and officially joined the team at training on Friday, March 23 ... his native language is German, but is also conversational in English and French ... Twitter account: @FloLechner2. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Made nine appearances at right back, including seven starts before suffering a season-ending MCL sprain against New York on September 22 ... recorded one assist ... made his Revolution - and MLS - debuts at LA (March 31) as a halftime substitute ... made his first career start at right back at Dallas (April 5) ... missed nine games from May 14 to June 16 with a 5th metatarsal fracture suffered in training ... returned to action as a substitute in the 40th minute at Toronto (June 23), recording his first career assist on Chris Tierney’s 94th-minute equalizer ... returned to the starting lineup at right back against Kansas City (Aug. 4), playing 45 minutes before coming off at the half ... returned to the starting lineup at right back against Philadelphia (Sept. 1) and started four straight games there before suffering a season-ending MCL sprain in the 35th minute against New York (Sept 22).

2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made three starts: two at right back and one at center back ... recorded one assist ... started at right back in the match against Columbus (June 17), his first action since April 5 ... started at center back against New York (July 8) ... recorded the assist on Dimitry Imbongo’s goal in the start against Montreal (Aug. 13). BEFORE MLS: Most recently played for Bundesliga 2 (second-division) club Karlsruher SC, where he made 12 league appearances and two starts in the DFB Cup in the second half of 2011 … previously played the bulk of his professional career with FC St. Pauli, where he made more than 100 appearances since 2004 … helped St. Pauli gain repeated promotion from the third division of German soccer all the way to the Bundesliga for the 2010-11 season … began his professional career with VfB Stuttgart … he was part of VfB Stuttgart’s academy program before joining the club’s affiliated reserve team, VfB Stuttgart II, permanently in 2001 … made more than 60 appearances with Stuttgart II between the 1999-2000 and 2003-2004 seasons before moving to St. Pauli in the summer of 2004. PERSONAL: Son of Anita and Eugen Lechner … married to wife Sabrina … has an Australian Shepherd named “Mücke,” German for “Mosquito” … enjoys golf, snowboarding, skiing, and hiking in his spare time … hobbies include music and movies … winning the German U-18 championship is his favorite soccer memory … includes Australia, Bali and Barcelona among his favorite vacation spots … favorite movies are the “Hangover” and “Top Gun” … volunteers with Viva con Agua, a charity organization started by a former teammate, that campaigns for clean drinking water worldwide. Last goal: N/A Last assist: 6/23/12 at TFC 3 | TYLER POLAK POS. D | H. 5-9 | W. 150 | AGE: 20 | GENERATION ADIDAS PRONUNCIATION: POE-lock Considered by many pundits to be the best attacking left back in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft … likes to get forward and combine with his teammates, especially with overlapping runs … can also function effectively in the midfield as a defensive specialist … has an excellent service from the wing, both from deep and in the attacking third … is youthful, and has tremendous upside once he adjusts to MLS play … Twitter account: @tylerjohnpolak. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made one appearance at left back ... made his Revolution -- and MLS -- debuts with a substitute appearance in the season opener at San Jose (March 10). 2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Started at left back in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made nine starts at left back. INTERNATIONAL: A former member of the Under-20, Under-18, Under-17, Under-15 and Under-14 Youth National Team pools … one of five candidates for 2009 U.S. Soccer Young Male Athlete of the Year ... has 35 career caps for U17 National Team, leading the team with 19 international appearances (all starts) in 2009 ... played every minute of every match at the 2009 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Nigeria and the CONCACAF Under-17 Championship in Mexico in 2009. Last goal: N/A Last assist: N/A 5 | A.J. SOARES POS. D | H. 6-0 | W. 170 | AGE: 23 PRONUNCIATION: SORES A cerebral defender who primarily plays in a central position … wins many early balls because of his ability to read the play before it unfolds … has a keen tactical sense, but is physical when needed … excellent in the air and is comfortable getting forward as a target on set pieces or by pushing the ball up through the midfield on his own … is conversational in Spanish and can easily communicate with the team’s Spanish-speaking players … is close friends with Seattle Sounders FC midfielder Servando Carrasco and U.S. Women’s National Team forward Alex Morgan from their time at the University of California ... Twitter account: @AjSoares. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has started 25 games: 24 at center back and one at left back ... has scored one goal ... started the season opener at San Jose (March 10) at left back, marking the first-ever time he played professionally in a position other than center back ... returned to his natural center back in each of the last 24 matches he’s played ... scored his second career goal -- and first of the season -- on a header off a corner kick at D.C. (May 26) ... started the match at Philadelphia (July 29) but was subbed off in the 71st minute with an injury ... missed the Kansas City (Aug. 4) match with a right hamstring strain, his first missed


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO game of 2012 ... returned to the starting lineup against Montreal (Aug. 12) ... missed the match against Philadelphia (Sept. 1) with whiplash ... returned to the starting lineup against New York (Sept. 22). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made the start at center back against Toronto (Sept. 7). Last goal: 5/26/12 at DC Last assist: N/A 6 | MIKE ROACH POS. M | H. 6-0 | W. 165 | AGE: 23 PRONUNCIATION: ROWCH A strong, powerful player who is comfortable at forward or in the midfield … has a quick, hard shot … can play the ball on his feet or can also serve as a target when needed … played two seasons (2007-08) at Indiana with current Revolution defender Kevin Alston and fellow rookie Alec Purdie, and then one season at Saint Louis (2009) with former New York Red Bull and current Bolton Wanderer defender Tim Ream … Twitter account: @1MikeRoach. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has not made an appearance in 2012. 2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Started at left wing, and coverted his penalty in PKs, in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29) 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made 10 appearances, including nine starts: eight starts in the midfield (three at central midfield, four at left midfield and one at right midfield) and one start at forward ... scored one goal ... started in the central midfield at Philadelphia (April 9) and started at right midfield against D.C. United (May 20) ... started at left midfield at Montreal (June 5) before making a start at central midfield at Columbus (June 10) ... made his first start at forward and scored a goal at Toronto (June 23) ... made his first substitute appearance at left midfield against New York (July 8) ... started at left midfield against Montreal (Aug. 13) ... returned to central midfield against Toronto (Sept. 7) ... started at left midfield in the final game of the season against New York (Sept. 22). Last goal: N/A Last assist: N/A 7 | BLAIR GAVIN POS. M | H. 6-0 | W. 165 | AGE: 23 A reliable and technical defensive midfielder ... acquired via trade from Chivas USA on August 1, in exchange for club captain and 10-year veteran Shalrie Joseph, Chivas USA’s natural second-round selection in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft and allocation money ... leveraged a stand-out three-year career at Akron (2007-09) into a 10th-round selection in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft ... had a breakout rookie season, but has seen his time limited the last two years with hamstring injuries ... Twitter account: @BGav18. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Traded to the Revolution on Aug. 1 from Chivas USA ... has made nine appearances this year, including four starts, all with the Goats ... has recorded one assist, on Juan Pablo Angel’s goal at New York (May 23) ... last appearance came in a start at LA (July 21) ... missed the first seven matches since joining the Revs because of left hamstring tightness ... dressed for the first time against New York (Sept. 22), but did not play. 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Started at central midfield against New York (Sept. 22) in his first action since joining the club. 2011: Made 18 appearances, including 11 starts ... recorded three assists ... recorded his first assist of the season on July 9 in a 1-1 draw at Sporting Kansas City ... picked up his second assist in a 3-0 win over Houston at home on July 23 ... his final assist came on Oct. 2, on Juan Pablo Angel’s 90th-minute equalizer in a 1-1 draw against Philadelphia at home. 2010: Drafted by Chivas USA in the first round (10th overall) in the MLS SuperDraft out of Akron ... started all 16 games in which he played, but saw his season end prematurely because of a hamstring injury ... recorded three goals and one assist ... made his MLS debut in the Los Angeles derby against LA (April 1), earning the start ... recorded his first MLS assist on April 24 in a 3-2 win against San Jose, assisting Sacha Kljestan’s opening goal ... recorded his first-career goal at New England (May 5), the team’s final goal in a 4-0 win ... also scored against Philadelphia (July 3, a game-tying goal) and the game-winning goal against Columbus (July 31). COLLEGE: Spent three seasons at Akron ... started 65 of his 68 appearances in his career with the Zips ... scored seven goals and added six assists ... a two-time NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region and two-time all-conference performer ... helped Akron advance to the NCAA Championship game in 2009, which they dropped to Virginia ... as a senior, recorded career highs with five goals and three assists.

INTERNATIONAL: A former member of the U.S. Under-17 and Under-20 player pools ... as a starter with the U18 squad, Gavin traveled to tournaments in Slovakia, Spain, Portugal and Mexico ... one of 20 players called into the January 2007 U18 training camp at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., ahead of the 14th Copa Chivas Tournament in Guadalajara, Mexico PERSONAL: Son of Stacy and Mike Gavin … his older brother, Michael, played for the LA Galaxy in 2008 … enjoys playing beach volleyball, paddle boarding and hiking in his free time … playing in the national championship with Akron in 2009 and being drafted in 2010 are his two favorite soccer memories … a fan of the “Harry Potter” book series and his favorite movie is “The Shawshank Redemption” … favorite vacation spot is Maui … enjoys the music of The Beatles … outside of MLS, supports Barcelona and follows the career of Xavi … at club level, he played for Sereno Soccer Club (Ariz.) and later at IMG Academy. Last goal: 7/31/10 vs. CLB (w/ CHV) Last assist: 5/23/12 vs. NY (w/ CHV) 8 | CHRIS TIERNEY POS. D | H. 6-0 | W. 170 | AGE: 26 PRONUNCIATION: TEAR-nee A versatile left-footed player, Tierney is an exceptional crosser of the ball, especially from deep on the flank ... a midfielder in college, he has seen his role expanded in each of his five professional seasons, adding left back, right back and central (defensive and attacking) midfield positions to his resume … one of MLS’ most versatile players, Tierney has played at least six positions in all competitions in each of the last two seasons, including a league-high seven different positions in 2010 ... one of the team’s top choices on set pieces, especially free kicks and in-swinging corner kicks ... a vocal leader, both on and off the field … of his 15 career assists, seven have been game-winning assists and he is now tied for fourth - with Mike Burns on the Revs’ career game-winning assists list … spent one month of the 2009-2010 offseason in South Africa with Grassroot Soccer, volunteering with the organization and its inoculation and AIDS/HIV education work … one of the team’s player representatives to the MLS Players Union … Twitter account: @ChrisTierney8. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 26 appearances, including 24 starts at left back and one start (and one substitute appearance) at left midfield ... has scored two goals and has recorded a team-leading four assists ... missed the season opener at San Jose (March 10) while serving a red-card suspension stemming from the 2011 regular-season finale ... returned to the lineup at left back at Kansas City (March 17) ... assisted Saer Sene’s first-minute goal against Portland (March 24), his sixth-career game-winning assist ... scored the game-winning goal in the 13th minute at LA (March 31) ... recorded his second assist of the season against Vancouver (May 12), the throw-in into space on Lee Nguyen’s turn-around, half-volley from distance ... recorded his third assist of the season on A.J. Soares’ goal off of a corner kick at D.C. (May 26) ... moved into fifth place on the club’s all-time corner kicks list after recording his 121st career corner kick against Chicago (June 2) ... scored his second goal of the year on a 94th-minute equalizer at Toronto (June 23) ... recorded the game-winning assist - his 15th career assist - on Lee Nguyen’s goal against New York (July 8) ... started at left midfield for the first time in 2012 at Kansas City (July 21) ... returned to left back at Philadelphia (July 29) ... sat out the match against Philadelphia (Sept. 1) as a precaution with muscle tightness ... made his 100th career appearance in a substitute appearance at left midfield against Columbus (Sept. 5), becoming the 18th Revolution player in club history to make 100 appearances for the team ... traveled, but missed the match to D.C. (Sept. 15) after picking up an injury in training the day before, and then missed the New York match (Sept. 22) with a left knee sprain and a left hamstring strain suffered a week before. 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Started at left midfield and captained the team against Toronto (Sept. 7). Last goal: 6/23/12 at TFC Last assist: 7/8/12 vs. NY 11 | KELYN ROWE POS. M | H. 5-8 | W. 150 | AGE: 20 | GENERATION ADIDAS PRONUNCIATION: KELL-len ROW A dynamic attacking player who can play a variety of roles: attacking midfielder, winger, forward … has an accurate and powerful shot from distance … very technical and sees the field well … keeps possession despite coming under pressure in the midfield … has immense confidence in himself and his teammates … puts his teammates in great positions with wellweighted, accurate passes to create outstanding scoring opportunities … plays bigger than his physical size … strong and steady on the ball … a veteran of the U.S. youth national team program … a member of the Generation adidas class of 2012 … Twitter account: @KRowe210. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 26 appearances, including 18 starts ... is third on the team in goals scored with three and is tied with Chris Tierney for the club lead in assists with four ... has played three different midfield positions this year: right wing (including 15 starts),


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO central midfield (including three starts) and left wing ... started and made his Revolution - and MLS - debuts in the season opener at San Jose (March 10) ... debuted at central midfield against Portland (March 24) ... returned to the right wing at LA (March 31), scoring his first career goal ... did not dress for the match against Colorado (May 2), the first match he has missed this season ... returned to the starting lineup on the right wing at Real Salt Lake (May 5) ... scored one goal and recorded his first career assist in a substitute appearance against Chicago (June 2) ...was issued a one-game suspension by the MLS Disciplinary Committee for a goal box collision in the 86th-minute against New York (July 8) and missed the match against Toronto FC (July 14) ... recorded his second assist of the season at Montreal (July 18), setting up Lee Nguyen’s goal ... recorded his third assist of the season at Philadelphia (July 29) on Saer Sene’s goal that won MLS goal of the week honors ... scored his third goal of the year at D.C. (Sept. 15) ... recorded his fourth assist of the season on Darrius Barnes’ 95th-minute equalizer against New York (Sept. 22).

14 | DIEGO FAGUNDEZ POS. F | H. 5-8 | W. 140 | AGE: 17 | HOMEGROWN PLAYER | INTERNATIONAL PRONUNCIATION: dee-AY-go fuh-GOON-dez The Revolution’s first-ever Homegrown Player, Fagundez was signed to a senior roster contract on November 15, 2010 ... a native of Uruguay and the son of a former professional goalkeeper, he has exceptional speed, technique, balance and footwork on the ball ... spent the spring and early summer of 2011 with the club’s youth program, while playing reserve-team and Open Cup matches with the first team ... completed his freshman year at Leominster High School (Leominster, Mass.) in June 2011, and now trains with the first team on a full-time basis ... did his sophomore year through personal tutoring and online classes at Leominster High School before transferring to Fitchburg High School this year to conduct his junior-year classes through in-person classes at night school ... speaks fluent Spanish (his first language) and English … Twitter account: @DiegoFagundez14.

2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Scored a 95th-minute goal in a start in the central midfield, and hit the crossbar as the team’s second kicker in PKs, in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29).

2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 16 appearances, including five starts ... has scored one goal and recorded two assists ... came on as a substitute at forward - playing as the lone striker - at Kansas City (March 17) ... returned as a substitute at forward at Real Salt Lake (May 5) ... was a substitute forward against Vancouver (May 12) ... was a substitute at forward against Houston (May 19) ... made his first start of the season at forward at Toronto (June 23) ... scored his third career goal and first of the season on a 94th-minute equalizer in a substitute appearance against Seattle (June 30) ... was a substitute at forward against New York (July 8) and against Toronto (July 14) ... missed the Philadelphia match (July 29) with an ankle sprain suffered in training that week ... returned to action with a substitute appearance at forward against Kansas City (Aug. 4) ... drew a penalty kick - which Lee Nguyen later converted - in a substitute appearance at Columbus (Aug 25) ... returned to the starting lineup against Philadelphia (Sept. 1) ... recorded his first assist of the season -- a game-winning assist -- in the start at forward against Columbus (Sept. 5) ... recorded his second assist of the season at D.C. (Sept. 15).

2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made four appearances, including three starts: two at left midfield and one at right midfield ... started at left midfield against D.C. (May 20) and at Montreal (June 5) ... started at central midfield against Columbus (June 17) ... made his first substitute appearance at left midfield against Montreal (Aug. 13). INTERNATIONAL: A veteran of the U.S. youth national team program who is now emerging into the senior programs … has appeared with the U.S. Under-18, Under-20 and Under-23 teams … most recently, he was called up by Under-23 (Olympic) team head coach Caleb Porter for a January 2012 training camp in Southern California and was in the mix for a spot on the U.S.’ 2012 Olympic roster this summer before the team failed to qualify for the tournament … started all three matches in the midfield at the 2011 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship in Guatemala … had three goals and one assist in the U.S.’ two group-play matches, including both goals against Panama in the U.S.’ 2-0 win … also played with the Under-18s in 2008. Last goal: 9/15/12 at D.C. Last assist: 9/22/12 vs. NY 13 | RYAN GUY POS. M | H. 5-8 | W. 160 | AGE: 27 A cunning, pacey winger who can play on either side of midfield, but is most comfortable on the right side … can also be used as a withdrawn forward ... came to the Revs in June 2011 with four years of experience in Europe, playing with Ireland’s St. Patrick’s Athletic since early 2007… a native of San Diego ... played against Revolution teammate A.J. Soares in high school, and was a youth player for both San Diego Suft and La Jolla Nomads … signed with the club on June 9, 2011 ... Twitter account: @RMGuy12. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 20 apperances, including 17 starts: four at right wing, four at forward and nine in the central midfield ... has scored one goal and recorded two assists ... was a substitute at right midfield at San Jose (March 10), and came on at halftime at right midfield at Kansas City (March 17) before moving to left midfield later in the half ... made his first start of the season at right wing against Portland (March 24), and shifted to right back after Kevin Alston suffered a facial injury in the 70th minute ... started at forward at LA (March 31) and recorded his first career assist on Saer Sene’s goal ... missed four games from April 28-May 12 with right calf tightness ... returned to the starting lineup against Houston (May 19), making his first career start in the central midfield ... made his second-consecutive start in the central midfield at D.C. (May 26), but left in the 28th minute with a calf injury ... missed two matches - against Chicago (June 2) and Columbus (June 16) - with right calf tightness ... returned to the lineup at Montreal (July 18), lining up at forward, where he played for three straight matches ... returned to right wing in a start against Kansas City (Aug. 4) and shifted to right back after halftime substitutions ... scored his first goal of the season at Columbus (Aug. 25) ... started in the central midfield in four straight matches matches from Aug. 12 to Aug. 29 ... recorded his second assist of the season on Darrius Barnes’ 95th-minute equalizer against New York (Sept. 22) ... departed the Revolution to join Guam and will miss the team’s Sept. 29 match at Houston while away with Guam. 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made two starts at central midfield: at Toronto (June 23) and against New York (July 8).

2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Started at forward but was issued a red card in the 34th minute in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made nine appearances, including six starts at forward and two starts at central midfield ... recorded one assist ... started at forward at Philadelphia (April 9) ... was a first-half substitute in the central midfield against D.C. (May 20) ... assisted Alec Purdie’s goal at Montreal (June 5) ... started at forward in five consecutive matches (from June 10 at Columbus through August 13 against Montreal). Last goal: 6/30/12 vs. SEA Last assist: 9/15/12 at D.C. 17 | SAINEY NYASSI POS. M | H. 5-8 | W. 155 | AGE: 23 | U.S. GREEN CARD PRONUNCIATION: SAIN-nee ny-YAH-see Made his mark at the youth international level, helping lead Gambia’s Under-20 Team to the knockout rounds of the 2007 FIFA Under-20 World Cup ... exceptionally quick, Nyassi can play on either side of the midfield or at forward if needed, but is most comfortable as a right-sided midfielder ... a late-season signee in 2007, and is one of the team’s most senior members despite being just 23 ... is good technically and is unafraid to take on defenders in the attacking third of the field … became the youngest player in Revolution history to start a season opener (19 years, one month, 28 days) when he started at right midfield against Houston in the 2008 season opener (March 29) … the team’s spokesperson for Nothing But Nets, he contracted malaria himself while out of the U.S. with the Gambia National Team in Burkina Faso in October 2010 … he recovered fully and joined his identical twin brother, Sanna (Montreal Impact), in successfully overcoming the disease in October and November 2010 ... Twitter account: @Sainey14. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made one appearance ... suffered a right hamstring injury on Feb. 10 in a preseason scrimmage against Boston College ... was placed on the Disabled List on March 7 and was finally healthy enough to come off on June 27 ... dressed for the first time this season against Seattle (June 30) but did not play ... made his season debut at Montreal (July 18), coming on as a 79th-minute substitute ... played on the field with his twin brother, Sanna, for just the second time in their careers in that match ... missed four matches (August 25 against Chivas USA through Sept. 5 against Columbus) with a right adductor strain.

INTERNATIONAL: Is currently representing Guam in this week’s Paulino Alcantara Peace Cup, which is being held at Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila, Philippines ... the trip is Guy’s first-ever involvement with Guam’s national team as he declared his intent to play for the country earlier this summer ... his father, Jesse, is Guam-born allowing Guy eligibility for that country’s national team ... started at forward in the first game of the Paulino Alcantara Peace Cup against Phillipines (Sept. 25) and played 75 minutes.

2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made six appearances, including five starts ... scored two goals and added one assist ... started at left midfield at Columbus (June 10) and played 33 minutes, his first action since going on the Disabled List on March ... scored the game-winning goal in a substitute appearance at central midfield against Columbus (June 17) ... started at right wing at Toronto (June 23), assiting on Mike Roach’s goal ... scored his second goal of the season in a start at forward against New York (July 8) ... returned to action with a start at central midfield against New York (Sept. 22).

Last goal: 8/25/12 at CLB Last assist: 9/22/12 vs. NY

INTERNATIONAL: Has four caps and two goals with the Gambia senior national team, all coming in 2010 ... was unavailable for call-up in 2011 and early 2012 because of lingering is-


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO sues related to his Malaria diagnosis in late 2010, and leg injuries later in the season and early this season … notched his first international goal on Jan. 9, 2010, against Tunisia ... scored one goal on Sept. 4, 2010, in the squad’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Namibia in Banjul, then started again on Oct. 9 in the qualifier at Burkina Faso ... earned 16 caps for Gambia’s Under-20 National Team, scoring one goal ... started all four of Gambia’s games at the 2007 FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Canada. Last goal: 6/26/11 at SEA Last assist: 8/14/10 vs. HOU 18 | JUAN TOJA POS. M | H. 6-1 | W. 175 | AGE: 27 PRONUNCIATION: TOE-ha A popular player and fan favorite who returns to MLS after a four-year stint playing in Europe … a two-time MLS All-Star in his first go-round in the league while with Dallas in 2007 and the first half of 2008 … while in Europe, gained both UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League experience with Romania’s Steaua Bucuresti and Greece’s Aris Thessaloniki … a left-footed player who is naturally an attacking midfielder, but can also play deeper centrally or on the left wing … his signature long hair and tenacious playing style made him a fan favorite around MLS in his first run through the league … brings grit to the midfield by combining a flowing attacking style with toughness. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made two appearances at central midfield ... was acquired by the Revolution on August 23 through the MLS Allocation Process ... arrived in the U.S. on Sunday, Sept. 9, and trained with the Revs for the first time on Monday, Sept. 10 ... made his Revolution debut in a substitute appearance at central midfield at D.C. (Sept. 15), his first MLS action since July 19, 2008 when he was with FC Dallas. SINCE MLS: Transferred from FC Dallas to Romania’s Steaua Bucuresti on August 1, 2008, ahead of the 2008-09 European season … spent 18 months in Romania with Steaua Bucuresti, making 51 appearances while scoring three goals and adding five assists … also helped Steaua Bucuresti earn a spot in the 2008-09 UEFA Champions League group stage … made five Champions League appearances as Steaua Bucuresti was drawn into a group with Germany’s Bayern Munich, France’s Lyon and Italy’s Fiorentina, and went 0-5-1 to bow out of the tournament … also made eight total appearances for Steaua Bucuresti in the 200910 UEFA Europa League, scoring one goal, as the club advanced to the group stage with Turkey’s Fenerbahce, France’s Twente and Moldova’s Sheriff Tiraspol before being knocked out with an 0-2-4 record … transferred from Steaua Bucuresti to Greece’s Aris Thessaloniki in the summer of 2010 where he remained until he left the club in the summer of 2012 … made 37 appearances and scored one goal with Aris … also made 11 total appearances in the 2010-11 UEFA Europa League, helping Aris advance to the knock-out rounds … after winning two qualification rounds, Aris finished second in its group – with a 3-2-1 record – which also included Germany’s Bayer Leverkusen, Spain’s Atletico Madrid and Norway’s Rosenborg … Aris dropped its round-of-32 match-up against Ukraine’s Dynamo Kyiv. 2008: Purchased from Independiente de Santa Fe by Dallas in the 2007-08 off-season to make his move to MLS permanent … an MLS All-Star … made 16 appearances (15 starts) … scored two goals and added two assists … scored a goal in his first and last games of the season: March 30 against Chivas USA and July 19 against Colorado … added single assists in both away games at Houston (April 6 and June 26) … selected to the MLS All-Star Game against West Ham United in Toronto, drawing a start in the 3-2 win … transferred to Romania’s Steaua Bucuresti on August 1. 2007: Loaned to FC Dallas from Colombia’s Independiente de Santa Fe in February … an MLS All-Star and voted FC Dallas’ most valuable player … started all 27 games in which he played … scored six goals and added one assist … committed 83 fouls to lead MLS in the category … missed three games with ankle injuries: Aug. 11 vs. Columbus and Aug. 19 at Houston (left ankle sprain), and Sept. 15 at New England (right ankle sprain) … made his MLS debut on April 7 at Real Salt Lake … scored his first MLS goal – a game-winning goal – on May 12 at Kansas City, and scored the game-winning goal again in the next game at Chicago (May 17) … also added single goals against LA (June 9) and at Colorado (June 23), also a game-winning goal… scored his first multiple-goal game with two strikes at D.C. (July 14), earning MLS player of the week honors … recorded his first career assist on Sept. 20 against Chicago … started the MLS All-Star Game in Colorado against Celtic FC, scoring MLS’ second goal in a 2-0 win … started all three of Dallas’ SuperLiga 2007 matches, scoring one goal and adding one assist … also made four U.S. Open Cup appearances, helping Dallas advance to the final against the Revolution. BEFORE MLS: Began his professional career with Colombia’s Independiente de Santa Fe as an 18-year-old in early 2004 after playing two seasons with the club’s Under-19 team … made 25 appearances with Santa Fe in the next two seasons before being loaned to Argentina’s River Plate in January 2006 … played five games in Copa Libertordores with River Plate, scoring one goal.

INTERNATIONAL: Has two caps with the Colombia National Team … made his senior team debut against Brazil in Rio de Janeiro in a World Cup Qualifier match – a 0-0 draw – on October 15, 2008 … later capped against Nigeria in a 1-0 win on November 20, 2008 ... a regular on the Colombia Under-20 team in his youth … was a key member of the team that won the 2005 South American Youth Championship … also a member of the Colombia U20 team that participated in the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship in Holland … Colombia was eliminated in the second round by Lionel Messi’s Argentina squad. PERSONAL: Full name is Juan Carlos Toja Vega … his younger brother, Sebastian, then 13, was killed in an accident, when Toja was 14 years old … also played volleyball as a youth… has grown out his identifiable long hair since he was a child … is a fan of a variety of music, especially rock with his favorite performer being the Rolling Stones, the Doors, Led Zeppelin and the Police… also likes salsa music, as well as rap and reggae music… his fraternal grandfather, also Juan Carlos Toja, was born in Uruguay and played professional soccer for Peñarol, and later moved to Colombia to play for Medellin and Cocuta … his maternal grandfather, Victor Vega, is Colombian and played professionally for Santa Fe, Millonarios, and was a member of the Colombia National Team. Last goal: July 19, 2008 vs. COL (w/ FCD) Last assist: June 26, 2008 at HOU (w/ FCD) 19 | CLYDE SIMMS POS. M | H. 5-9 | W. 170 | AGE: 30 A consistent and reliable performer in the midfield who joined the Revolution in December 2011 through the Re-Entry Process after spending the first seven years of his MLS career with D.C. United … calm on the ball … has bite on challenges as needed … a defense-first midfielder, Simms helped United win back-to-back Supporters Shields in 2006 and 2007, and the 2008 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup … departed D.C. in fifth place on the club’s career appearance chart (182) … a solid presence in the locker room and in the community … in his eight-year professional career, spanning his A-League and MLS seasons, has never been ejected from a game ... Twitter account: @ClydeSimms19. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 25 starts at central midfield ... has recorded one assist ... started and made his Revolution debut in the season opener at San Jose (March 10), playing in the central midfield ... connected 44-of-46 passes (95.7 passing percentage) at LA (March 31) while playing deep in the central midfield ... recorded his first assist of the season -- and first with the Revolution -- on Saer Sene’s goal against Colorado (May 2) ... missed four matches (May 19 to June 16) with left ankle tendonitis ... returned to action with a start at Toronto (June 23). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Started at central midfield against Columbus (June 17) and played 24 minutes, his first action since May 2. INTERNATIONAL: Earned his first cap with the U.S. Men’s National Team on May 28, 2005, in a friendly against England at Soldier Field in Chicago. Last goal: 6/22/08 vs. SJ (with DC) Last assist: 5/2/12 vs. COL 22 | BENNY FEILHABER POS. M | H. 5-9 | W. 160 | AGE: 27 PRONUNCIATION: FAIL-hob-ber One of the most skilled players in MLS, Feilhaber is one of the most gifted American midfielders playing today … skillful and a deft passer, Feilhaber brings vision, composure on the ball and possession to the Revolution’s attack ... after successive knee injuries dampened his progress, Feilhaber resurrected his career for both club and country in the second half of 2009 ... after alerting the soccer world to his promise with the game-winning goal in the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup, he served as a member of Peter Nowak’s squad for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, where he appeared in all three games ... evolved into one of AGF Aarhus’ more important goal-scorers before coming to MLS in April 2011 ... the Revolution selected Feilhaber in the Allocation Process on April 19 after Chivas USA (No. 1) and Philadelphia (No. 2) passed on his rights, and announced his signing on April 20, 2011 ... fluent in English, Spanish (conversational), German (fluent) and (Brazilian) Portuguese (fluent) ... Twitter account: @b_feilhaber22. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 26 appearances, including 20 starts: three at left midfield, 13 at central midfield and four at right midfield ... has scored one goal and recorded two assists ... has suffered a club-leading 66 fouls in 26 appearances, ranking third in MLS ... started the season opener at San Jose (March 10) and moved centrally mid-way through the second half ... lined up as an attacking center midfielder at Kansas City (March 17), but came off in the 61st minute with an ankle injury ... missed three matches with a peroneal strain in his left ankle: against Portland (March 24), at LA (March 31) and at Dallas (April 5) ... returned as a substitute in the central midfield against D.C. (April 14) ... returned to the starting lineup at left midfield against Colorado (May 2) ... suffered six fouls


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO in a start at right wing in the match at D.C. United (May 26) ... recorded his first goal and first assist of the season against Chicago (June 2) ... recorded his second assist of the season on Jerry Bengtson’s goal in a start at left wing at Columbus (Aug. 25). 2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Scored a 103rd-minute goal in a substitute appearance at central midfield, but saw his penalty attempt saved as the team’s fifth kicker in PKs to lose the match, in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Recorded an assist on Fernando Cardenas’ goal in a start at central midfield against Toronto (Sept. 7). Last goal: 6/2/12 vs. CHI Last assist: 8/25/12 at CLB 23 | BLAKE BRETTSCHNEIDER POS. F | H. 6-0 | W. 172 | AGE: 23 PRONUNCIATION: BRET-shny-der A young forward with tremendous potential … a tall forward with strong feet and a deceptive shot … can run at defenders while creating his own shot, but can also play back-to-goal and get his teammates involved when needed … has a long history with Revs assistant coach Jay Miller as Brettschneider came up in the Atlanta Fire youth system, the club Miller worked with for nine seasons … Twitter account: @BlakeBrett23 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 16 appearances, including 10 starts at forward ... has recorded two goals and one assist ... started and made his Revolution debut in the season opener at San Jose (March 10) ... returned to the starting lineup against Portland (March 24) ... recorded the first goal of his Revolution career at Real Salt Lake (May 5) ... started four consecutive games from May 5-26 ... scored his second goal of the season in a substitute appearance at Toronto (June 23) ... recorded his first assist of the year on Saer Sene’s goal against Seattle (June 30). 2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Assisted Benny Feilhaber’s 103rd-minute goal in a substitute appearance at forward, and converted his penalty in PKs, in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29).

(July 29) ... returned to left wing in the start against City (Aug. 4) ... started at left wing at Chicago (Aug. 18) but was replaced at halftime because he suffered a left ankle injury ... scored his fifth goal of the season -- a penalty kick goal -- in a substitute appearance at Columbus (Aug. 25) ... played his final game of the season in a start at left wing against New York (Sept. 22) before undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery on Sept. 24 to correct chronic instability in his right shoulder. 2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Scored one goal -- a penalty kick goal -- and had one assist in a substitute appearance at right wing, while also converting his penalty in PKs, in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29). COLLEGE: Spent one season at collegiate power Indiana … earned national freshman of the year honors following a five-goal, 12-assist season in 22 games with the Hoosiers … also picked up Big Ten freshman of the year honors, as well as first-team all-conference accolades … helped Indiana advance to the championship matches of the Big Ten Tournament and second round of the NCAA Tournament. INTERNATIONAL: Has represented the U.S. at many age levels, including the senior national team … has three caps with the U.S. National Team, all coming in 2007 … made his full international debut on June 2, 2007, in a 4-1 win over China in San Jose, Calif. … also made two appearances in the 2007 Copa America in Venezuela: July 2 vs. Paraguay (3-1 loss) and July 5 vs. Colombia (1-0 loss) … named to the Under-23 squad by Peter Nowak for the 2008 Toulon International Tournament in France (May 21-25, 2008) where he made three appearances … a member of the U.S. squad at the 2005 FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Netherlands under Sigi Schmid and helped the U.S. advance to the round of 16 … made two appearances at the U20 World Cup: a substitute appearance on June 14, 2005 vs. German (0-0 draw) and a start on June 18, 2005 vs. Egypt (1-0 win) … a member of the U.S. Under-18 team at the 2005 Copa Chivas Youth Tournament in Guadalajara, Mexico … started three matches at the 2005 Milk Cup in Northern Ireland: Aug. 1, 2005 vs. Brazil (1-1 draw), Aug. 3, 2005 vs. Serbia & Montenegro (1-0 win) and Aug. 5, 2005 vs. Northern Ireland (4-2 win) in Elite Group final.

2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made seven appearances, including five starts, at forward ... started at Philadelphia (April 9) and at Montreal (June 5) before making a substitute appearance at forward at Columbus (June 10) ... was a substitute at forward against Columbus (June 17) ... returned to the starting lineup against Montreal (Aug. 13).

PERSONAL: Son of Michelle and Pham Nguyen … holds dual citizenship in the U.S. and Vietnam … studied business in his short stay at Indiana before turning pro … volunteered to work with physically-challenged children while he was in high school … loves golf, movies and playing the arcade game “Hot Hoops” … making his professional debut for PSV Eindhoven in 2006 ranks as his favorite soccer memory … enjoys traveling to anywhere tropical on vacation … outside of MLS, supports Arsenal and Barcelona … favorite movie is “Miracle.”

Last goal: 6/23/12 at TFC Last assist: 6/30/12 vs. SEA

Last goal: 8/25/12 at CLB Last assist: 5/12/12 vs. VAN

24 | LEE NGUYEN POS. M | H. 5-8 | W. 150 | AGE: 25 PRONUNCIATION: HWIN A fast and pacey winger who can also play up top, Nguyen adds a creative, highly-technical element to the Revolution attack …the first-ever American player to play in the Vietnamese Super League, Nguyen has experience at the top levels in Europe and in his family’s native land … one of the most exciting young U.S. prospects in his age group, he has past experience at several levels of U.S. Soccer: Under-18s, Under-20s, Under-23s and the U.S. National Team … originally signed with MLS in December 2011, and was originally allocated to Vancouver Whitecaps FC in a weighted lottery ... made three preseason appearances with Vancouver before being waived on March 1 … selected by the Revolution in the Waiver Draft, held on March 2. … is fluent in Vietnamese and is conversational in Spanish … Twitter account: @LeeNguyen24.

25 | DARRIUS BARNES POS. D | H. 6-1 | W. 175 | AGE: 25 PRONUNCIATION: DARE-ee-us An athletic central defender who loves to attack the ball, Barnes has great anticipation and timing ... has good speed and is very strong on the ball ... saw extended time at right back – a position he played for three seasons at Duke University – during the team’s 2012 preseason campaign … solid in the air and a tireless worker ... a good distributor out of the back ... has the ability to create offensive chances with his long throw-ins ... became a “Big” through Big Brothers, Big Sisters in 2010, and is currently matched with a Bostonarea “Little” … Twitter account: @D_Barnes25.

2012 REGULAR SEASON: Made 30 appearances, including 27 starts: 25 at left midfield and two at central midfield before undergoing season-ending right shoulder surgery on Sept. 24 ... he is expected to return to full participation in four months ... was the only player on the team to appear in the each of the team’s first 30 games of the season before his season-ending surgery ... when his season ended, he was second on the team with five goals, and had recorded two assists ... also saw time at central midfield, right midfield and withdrawn forward ... made his Revolution - and MLS - debuts in the season opener at San Jose (March 10), coming on as a 69th-minute substitute at withdrawn forward ... made his first start with the Revs at left wing at Kansas City (March 17), before moving centrally later in the game, and has appeared in the last seven games overall ... recorded his first career assist -- a secondary assist -- on Jose Moreno’s sixth-minute goal against D.C. (April 14) and played 55 minutes while battling a fever and needing a pre-game IV infusion ... was a substitute in the left midfield against Colorado (May 2) ... returned to the starting lineup at left midfield at Real Salt Lake (May 5) ... scored his first and second career goals and recorded one assist against Vancouver (May 12) and was named MLS Player of the Week for Week 10 (May 14) ... scored his third goal of the season - a game-winning goal - against New York (July 8) ... scored a long-range goal at Montreal (July 18) ... started at central midfield in the match at Kansas City (July 21) and Philadelphia

2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made nine appearances, including seven starts: six at center back and one at left back ... has scored one goal ... missed the first three matches with a left calf strain, which he suffered in training the day before the season opener in San Jose (March 10) ... was off the injury list for the match at LA (March 31), but did not dress as a precaution ... made his first appearance of the season as a substitute against Colorado (May 2), coming on for Kevin Alston at right back ... made his first start of the year - at center back - at Montreal (July 18) ... started at left back in the match at Kansas City (July 21) ... was a substitute at center back in the match at Philadelphia (July 29), replacing the injured A.J. Soares ... started at center back in the match against Kansas City (Aug. 4) ... returned to the starting lineup at center back against Philadelphia (Sept. 1) ... started at center back against New York (Sept. 22) before shifting to right back after Flo Lechner left with a knee injury and later scored the game-tying goal in the 95th minute, his first career goal. 2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Captained the team in a start at center back in the team’s thirdround loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29).


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Served as the captain of the reserve squad ... made eight starts, one at right back and seven at center back ... started at right back at Philadelphia (April 9) and started at center back in the last seven matches he played in. Last goal: 9/22/12 vs. NY Last assist: N/A 26 | STEPHEN McCARTHY POS. M/D | H. 6-5 | W. 190 | AGE: 24 Began his professional career as a defensive midfielder in 2011, but has transitioned to central defense in his second year under Jay Heaps … along the backline, uses his height to great effect, and also benefits from excellent footwork and touch on the ball … in the midfield, uses his imposing size and length to be active in the play … able to connect passes under pressure … can cover a lot of ground quickly because of his height and long legs … can also get forward as a target man on set pieces, and has an accurate shot from distance ... Twitter account: @ BigMacca26. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 27 appearances, including 26 starts, all at center back ... has recorded one assist ... started the season opener at San Jose (March 10), making his first-ever start at central defense ... was issued his first career red card in the 14th minute at Kansas City (March 17), and missed the Revs’ home opener against Portland (March 24) while serving a mandatory one-game suspension ... returned to the starting lineup at center back in the match at LA (March 31) ... recorded his first assist of the season on Saer Sene’s goal against Colorado (May 2) ... sat out the Real Salt Lake match (May 5) after playing two games in five days earlier in the week ... returned to the starting lineup against Vancouver (May 12) ... started the match against Toronto (July 14) but came off in the sixth minute with concussivelike symptoms following a head-to-head collision on a 50-50 ball ... missed the Montreal game (July 18) while waiting to take tests to clear him to return to play ... returned to the starting lineup at Kansas City (July 21) ... needed six stitches over his right eye after suffering a cut in a stoppage-time collision in the match at Philadelphia (July 29) ... made his first substitute appearance of the season at center back against New York (Sept. 22), replacing the injured Flo Lechner in the 35th minute.

INTERNATIONAL: Has been a member of the Honduras National Team since 2010 ... has earned 24 caps and scored 10 goals .... Honduras is 5-0-3 in games in which he’s scored ... was also a member of Honduras’ Under-23 team (as an overage player) at the 2012 London Olympic Games … earned his senior first-ever cap on April 21, 2010, in a 1-0 loss to Venezuela in a friendly ... scored first international goal came in a friendly against Ecuador on Feb. 9, 2011, and he followed it with a goal against El Salvador (May 29, 2011) in a 2-0 victory in a friendly in Houston ... scored three goals for Honduras during the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup as the team advanced to the semifinals, losing to eventual champion Mexico ... in the Gold Cup, scored twice against Grenada (June 10, 2011 in Miami) and against Costa Rica (June 18, 2011 in East Rutherford, N.J.) ... added one goal against Jamaica in a friendly on Oct. 11, 2011 in La Ceiba, Honduras ... had two goals in a friendly against Serbia on Nov. 14, 2011, played in San Pedro Sula, Honduras ... was named to Honduras’ 2012 Olympic roster as one of its three overage players in the Under-23 tournament ... the Revolution granted him permission to represent Honduras at the Olympic games in London ... started all four of Honduras’ matches at the Olympics ... scored three goals to lead to the quaterfinals for the first time in the country’s history ... scored both goals in a 2-2 draw against Morocco on July 25, before scoring the game’s only goal in a 1-0 upset victory over gold-medal favorite Spain on July 29 ... scored in a start in the national team’s friendly against Boca Juniors on August 15 ... scored the gamewinning goal in each of Honduras’ two World Cup Qualifiers against Cuba: a 3-0 win on Sept. 7 and a 1-0 victory on Sept. 11. PERSONAL: Son of James Ricardo Bengtson Pineda and Jilia Bodden … in his free time, he enjoys reading … mentions that his favorite soccer memory occurs every time he scores a goal … while he prefers to vacation around Honduras, he has always wanted to travel to Switzerland … supports Honduras side Vida, the club he began with in 2007 … his favorite movie is the 2006 Will Smith film, “Pursuit of Happiness” … enjoys Beyonce’s music. Last goal: 8/25/12 at CLB Last assist: N/A

27 | JERRY BENGTSON POS. F | H. 6-1 | W. 165 | AGE: 25 | DESIGNATED PLAYER | INTERNATIONAL PRONUNCIATION: BEHN-son A out-and-out striker, Bengtson has been on the Revolution’s radar for several years ... a proven scorer for both club and country, Bengtson has scored more than 60 goals in more than 150 games across all competitions since turning professional in 2007 ... a three-time scoring champion in Honduras’ La Liga Nacional (2010 Clausura, 2011 Apertura, 2011 Clausura) ... a right-footed player ... joined the Honduras Olympic squad in London on July 16 and returned to the Revs ahead of the Montreal match on August 12.

30 | KEVIN ALSTON POS. D | H. 5-9 | W. 160 | AGE: 24 PRONUNCIATION: ALL-stun An outside back who excels defensively, especially in one-on-one situations, but who is also getting forward down the flank and more involved in the attack this season … uses his tremendous pace to great effect, both defensively and offensively … transitioned back to his natural right back spot in his rookie season after playing left back in college … a tenacious ball-winner ... has tremendous recovery speed, and very few players in MLS can beat him in a footrace down the flank … has started every game in which he’s appeared since joining the Revs as a rookie in 2009 … left Indiana following his junior season to sign a Generation adidas contract with Major League Soccer, and graduated the program after one season … was a 2010 MLS All-Star, named to the team by head coach Bruce Arena for the match against Manchester United … Twitter account: @KAlston30.

2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made nine appearances, including six starts at forward ... has scored two goals ... signed with the club on July 5 and was added to the roster on July 6 ... scored his first career goal in his Revolution -- and MLS -- debuts in a 30-minute substitute appearance at forward against New York (July 8), becoming the fifth Revolution player to score a goal in a MLS debut with the Revs ... was a substitute at forward against Toronto (July 14) ... departed to join Honduras’ Olympic team on Monday, July 16 ... returned from the Olympics and made his first career start at forward against Montreal (Aug. 12), then departed Monday, Aug. 13, to join the Honduras National Team for its exhibition against Argentine club power Boca Juniors on Wednesday, Aug. 15 … returned and made a substitute appearance at forward at Chicago (Aug. 18) ... scored his second goal of the season in the start at forward at Columbus (Aug. 25) ... missed the match against Columbus (Sept. 5) while with the Honduras National team for FIFA World Cup Qualifier matches against Cuba on Friday, Sept. 7 in Havana, and Tuesday, Sept. 11 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras ... returned with a start at D.C. (Sept. 15).

2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 27 appearances, including 23 starts at right back and four starts at left back ... has recorded one assist ... suffered a facial injury in the 70th minute against Portland (March 24) ... wore a protective mask in his start at LA (March 31) and had an assist on Chris Tierney’s goal before being subbed off at halftime with hamstring stiffness ... missed the match at Dallas (April 5) with hamstring tightness, ending his personal-best and team-leading 37-game consecutive appearances streak ... returned in a start against D.C. (April 14) ... started against Colorado (May 2), but was taken off in the 42nd minute with an illness ... returned to the lineup at Real Salt Lake (May 5) ... started at Toronto (June 23) but was taken off in the 40th minute with a left hamstring injury ... missed the match against Seattle (June 30) with left hamstring tightness but returned to the starting lineup against New York (July 8) ... missed the match against Kansas City (Aug. 4) with left hamstring soreness ... returned to the starting lineup against Montreal (Aug. 12) ... made his first career start at left back against Philadelphia (Sept. 1) and has made four consecutive starts at left back.

BEFORE MLS: Began his professional career in the 2007 Apertura season with Honduras’ Vida ... played with his original club through the 2010 Apertura season ... in each of his final two seasons with the Cocoteros – the 2010 Clausura and 2011 Apertura campaigns – won the La Liga scoring titles with 13 and 12 goals, respectively ... moved to Motagua in November 2010, and began playing with the club during the 2011 Clausura season ... continued his goal-scoring prowess with his new club, again capturing the league’s scoring title for the thirdstraight season with a 15-goal effort ... his 15-goal season was the league’s highest singleseason output by a single player since Carlos Pavon scored 15 goals in the 2007 Clausura season ... helped Motagua capture the 2011 Clausura title that season, leading the club to a berth in the 2011-12 CONCACAF Champions League ... was a visible presence on Motagua’s Champions League squad, appearing in all six group-stage contests and scoring one of the team’s two goals.

Last goal: 9/1/10 vs. Monarcas Morelia (SuperLiga) Last assist: 3/31/12 at LA

Last goal: 7/20/11 at DC Last assist: 5/2/12 vs. COL

34 | BOBBY SHUTTLEWORTH POS. GK | H. 6-2 | W. 205 | AGE: 25 One of MLS’ top back-up keepers … an athletic goalkeeper with good size … has seen increasingly more time with the first team in each of the last three seasons ... a very vocal keeper who organizes his defense well … commands his area on set pieces and in traffic … can make exceptional reaction saves … joined the Revs following a brief stint with the Austin Aztex of USL-1, a club which the Revolution played against during the 2009 preseason ... was signed as a free agent on June 18, 2009, after impressing the Revolution coaching staff during a brief training stint earlier in the season ... trained with Plymouth Argyle (ENG) for 10 days in December 2010, working with then-head coach (and former Revolution assistant coach) Paul Mariner ... Twitter account: @b_shuttle.


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has started three games ... has a 1-1-1 record with a 0.67 goals against average and one shutout ... made his first start of the season and recorded three saves against New York (July 8), earning his second career shutout and third career victory ... earned his second-consecutive start in the match against Toronto (July 14) and recorded three saves in the team’s 1-0 loss ... missed eight matches (from July 29 at Philadelphia through Sept. 5 against Columbus) with a left knee sprain ... returned to action with a start against New York (Sept. 22), recording three saves in the 1-1 draw. 2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Started and made six saves in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Started six of the team’s matches and finished with a 2-2-2 record with two shutouts ... started at Philadelphia (April 9), and conceded four goals in the loss ... recorded the shutout in the 0-0 draw against D.C. United (May 20) ... earned the win in the 2-1 victory at Montreal (June 5) ... earned the win and shutout against Columbus (June 17). Last shutout: 7/8/12 vs. NY Most saves: 6, 10/10/10 at HOU 39 | SAER SENE POS. F | H. 6-3 | W. 185 | AGE: 25 | INTERNATIONAL PRONUNCIATION: sah-AIR SEN A talented striker with a nose for goal … is deceptively quick and uses his size and length to good advantage on the attack … very efficient in the penalty area … left-footed … can also play out wide on the wing if needed … holds dual citizenship in France, where he was born while his father Oumar played with Paris Saint-Germain, and Senegal, his family’s native country … native language is French, but also speaks German fluently and increasingly more English. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Made 25 appearances, including 23 starts (20 at forward and three at right wing) before suffering a season-ending ACL tear in his right knee on August 29 ... had surgery to reconstruct his ACL on Sept. 17 and is expected to return to full action 6-8 months following the surgery ... scored a team-high 11 goals and recorded three assists ... at the time of his injuried, was tied for fourth in MLS in goals and fifth in shots (75) ... missed the season opener at San Jose (March 10) with left knee swelling ... made his Revolution - and MLS - debuts at Kansas City (March 17) ... scored his first career goal in the first minute (28 seconds) on a header against Portland (March 24), tying the club record for the fastest goal at Gillette Stadium, and the eighth-fastest goal in MLS history ... scored his second goal of the season - also a header - at LA (March 31) ... recorded his first career assist on Jose Moreno’s sixth-minute goal against D.C. (April 14) ... recorded the game-tying goal - and the game-winning assist on Fernando Cardenas’ goal - against Colorado (May 2) ... made his first substitute appearance at forward at Real Salt Lake (May 5) ... returned to the starting lineup at forward against Vancouver (May 12) and scored his fourth goal of the season ... recorded two goals -- including a penalty kick goal -- against Houston (May 19) ... scored in the third consecutive game with his seventh goal of the season at D.C. (May 26) ... scored his eighth goal of the year against Seattle (June 30), snapping a three-game scoreless streak ... made his first start of the year at right wing at Montreal (July 18) ... scored his ninth goal of the year from distance in a start at right wing at Philadelphia (July 29) and his goal won MLS AT&T Goal of the Week for Week 21 ... returned to the right wing in a start against Montreal (Aug 12) ... returned to forward at Chicago (Aug. 18) ... recorded his third assist of the season on Ryan Guy’s goal at Columbus (Aug. 25) ... scored two goals against Chivas USA (Aug. 29.), becoming the first Revolution player since Taylor Twellman in 2007 to score 10 goals in a season, but then left the game with what became a season-ending ACL tear in his left knee. Last goal: 8/29/12 vs. CHV (2) Last assist: 8/25/12 at CLB 40 | TIM MURRAY POS. GK | H. 6-2 | W. 190 | AGE: 25 A young, athletic goalkeeper who is an excellent shot-blocker ... will continue to see increased playing time with the return of the MLS Reserve Division ... Twitter account: @TimMurray_Revs. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has not made an appearance in 2012 ... underwent a medial meniscectomy on his left knee on May 31 and missed six weeks while rehabbing the injury ... backed up Matt Reis in the eight matches while Bobby Shuttleworth was sidelined with a left knee sprain. 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Started three matches and went 0-3-0 ... backed up Bobby Shuttleworth the team’s first two reserve matches before picking up a knee injury in training that required surgery ... returned to action and made his first start of the year against Montreal (Aug. 13) and suffered the loss ... made his second start of the season in the 2-1 loss against Toronto (Sept. 7) ... made his third start of the season in the 2-0 loss against New York (Sept. 22). Last shutout: N/A Most saves: N/A

80 | FERNANDO CARDENAS POS. F/M | H. 5-4 | W. 150 | AGE: 24 | INTERNATIONAL PRONUNCIATION: fer-NAHN-do CAR-den-us A quick, technical player who can play on either wing, centrally in the midfield, as a forward or tucked behind the target forward … good on the dribble and able to create chances not only for himself, but also for his teammates … a very quick release on his shot … is left-footed … his speed and footwork allow him to navigate through traffic easily … native language is Spanish, but is learning English. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made 24 appearances, including seven starts (one at foward and six at right midfield) ... has scored two goals and recorded two assists ... started and made his Revolution - and MLS - debut in the season opener at San Jose (March 10) ... scored his first career goal - a game-winning goal - against Colorado (May 2) in his first career start at right midfield ... was a substitute at forward at Real Salt Lake (May 5) and was initially issued a red card in the 81st minute before the card (and fine) was lifted by an independant panel after the Revolution petitioned MLS on Cardenas’ behalf ... was a substitute forward at Toronto (June 23) and recorded his first career assist on Chris Tierney’s 94th-minute equalizer ...was a substitute at forward against Seattle (June 30) and recorded his second assist of the year on Diego Fagundez’s 94th-minute equalizer ... scored his second goal of the season in a start at right wing at Chicago (Aug. 18). 2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Started at central midfield in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made six appearances, including four starts, at midfield ... scored one goal and recorded one assist ... started in the central midfield against D.C. United (May 20) ... was a 34th-minute substitute at left midfield in the match at Columbus (June 10) ... came on as a 23rd-minute substitute at left wing in the match at Toronto (June 23) ... started at right midfield and recorded the assist on Sainey Nyassi’s goal against New York (July 8) ... scored a goal in a start at right wing against Toronto (Sept. 7). Last goal: 8/18/12 at CHI Last assist: 6/30/12 vs. SEA 92 | DIMITRY IMBONGO POS. F | H. 6-0 | W. 160 | AGE: 22 | INTERNATIONAL PRONUNCIATION: dim-EE-tree im-BONG-go A combination striker who can play both with his back to goal, and also slash toward the target ... combines well with his teammates ... provides a wide, strong target on the field. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made five appearances at forward, including two starts ... has scored one goal ... was signed on July 16 and was officially added to the Revolution roster on July 20 after receiving his U.S. P-1 Visa ... briefly trained with the team in June before signing ... made his Revolution -- and MLS -- debuts in a substitute appearance at Philadelphia (July 29) ... made his first start against Kansas City (Aug. 4) ... scored his first career goal -- the game-winner -- in a start at forward against Columbus (Sept. 5). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made two appearances, both starts at forward ... has scored one goal ... scored in his first start against Montreal (Aug. 13) ... made the start at forward against New York (Sept. 22). BEFORE MLS: Spent the 2011-12 season on loan from 1860 Munich to German third division club SV Darmstadt 98, where he made 13 appearances and had two assists ... began his professional career with TSV 1860 Munich, moving up from its youth team to its reserve team ... played parts of four seasons (2008-09 to 2011-12) with TSV 1860 Munich II, the reserve side which plays in the lower levels of Germany’s professional system ... after making his debut appearance with the reserves in 2009, he made 16 appearances and scored 16 goals while adding one assist in the 2009-10 season ... followed that with six goals and three assists in 25 appearances in 2010-11 ... also played on 1860 Munich’s Under-19 team, making 17 appearances and scoring two goals in 2008-09. PERSONAL: Son of Pascaline and Vincent Imbongo … in the off-season actively supports a local charity in the Congo that helps children with cancer … enjoys playing PlayStation 3 video games in his free time … lists Eddie Murphy’s “Coming to America” as his favorite movie … outside of MLS, supports Paris Saint-Germain and is a fan of Ronaldinho and Mario Balotelli … scoring two goals against German-side Karlsruher SC in 2009 is his favorite soccer memory … a lifelong fan of Michael Jackson … played for French youth club team ES Nanterre … wants to vacation someday to Miami, Fla. Last goal: 9/5/12 vs. CLB Last assist: N/A


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO 99 | ALEC PURDIE POS. M | H. 5-10 | W. 185 | AGE: 23 PRONUNCIATION: PURR-dee A versatile attacking player who can line up as a forward or out wide on the left or right sides of the midfield … has a nose for goal … can create his own shot off the dribble, but is also adept at finding his teammates with a cross or through pass … played two seasons at Indiana – 2007 and 2008 – with current Revolution defender Kevin Alston, and fellow Revolution rookie Mike Roach before Roach transferred to Saint Louis … Twitter account: @AlecPurdie. 2012 REGULAR SEASON: Has made four appearances, all substitute appearances at right midfield ... made his MLS debut against Portland (March 24) and then again came on late at LA (March 31) ... was a late-game substitute at New York (April 28) ... was a late-game substitute against Vancouver (May 12) ... missed 10 matches (July 8 vs. New York through Aug. 29 vs. Chivas USA) with a left ankle sprain.

2012 U.S. OPEN CUP: Started at right back in the team’s third-round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders (May 29). 2012 RESERVE LEAGUE: Made seven starts: one at central midfield, four at right back, one at forward and one at left midfield ... started in the central midfield at Philadelphia (April 9) ... started at right back against D.C. (May 20) before moving to right midfield in the second half ... scored a first-minute goal in a start at forward at Montreal (June 5) ... started at left midfield against Columbus (June 17) ... started at right back at Toronto (June 23) ... started at left back against Toronto (Sept. 7) in his first game action following a left ankle sprain suffered in early July ... started at right back in the final game of the season against New York (Sept. 22). Last goal: N/A Last assist: N/A

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION RECENT DATES OF NOTE March 2, 2012 March 5, 2012 March 6, 2012 March 6, 2012 March 7, 2012 March 9, 2012 March 14, 2012 March 28, 2012 April 4, 2012 April 11, 2012 May 4, 2012 May 7, 2012 May 8, 2012 May 14, 2012 May 31, 2012 June 27, 2012 July 5, 2012 July 16, 2012 July 27, 2012 August 1, 2012 August 3, 2012 August 6, 2012 August 10, 2012 August 24, 2012 August 27, 2012 September 1, 2012 September 5, 2012 September 19, 2012 September 24, 2012

Added M Lee Nguyen through Waiver Draft Waived M Ryan Kinne and F Zack Shilawski Signed F Blake Brettschneider and 2012 Supplemental Draft picks M Alec Purdie and M Michael Roach Under-16 F Amadu Kunateh called into U.S. Under-15 Boys National Team camp Placed M Sainey Nyassi on the diabled list with a hamstring injury Signed M Jeremiah White Signed D Flo Lechner as an international player Signed F Bjorn Runstrom as an international player David Vaudreuil named reserve team coach; M Zak Boggs placed on the disabled list with an ankle injury Announced the expansion of the Youth Development Program with the addition of an Under-14 team Waived M Kenny Mansally Added Empire United -- to be named “Revolution Empire, A New England Revolution Soccer Club” -- as youth development partner beginning in the 2012-13 season Independant panel overturned Fernando Cardenas’ red card that he was shown in the May 5 match at Real Salt Lake M Lee Nguyen named MLS Player of the Week Goalkeeper Tim Murray underwent a medial meniscectomy on his left knee and will miss 6-8 weeks Activated M Sainey Nyassi off the Disabled List; Waived D John Lozano; declined the July 1 contract options on Bjorn Runstrom and Jeremiah White Acquired F Jerry Bengtson as an international player and Designated Player Acquired F Dimitry Imbongo as an international player GK Matt Reis earned MLS Save of the Week for a diving save at Sporting KC on July 21 Traded M Shalrie Joseph to Chivas USA in exchange for M Blair Gavin, Chivas USA’s natural second-round selection in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft and allocation money F Saer Sene won Goal of the Week for his goal at Philadelphia on July 29 Waived F Jose Moreno M Zak Boggs retired to pursue a Fulbright Scholarship to study medical sciences at England’s Leicester University Under-16 M Guyllian “Guy” Kabala named to the U.S. Soccer Under-17 Residency Program in Bradenton, Fla., for the fall semester Acquired M Juan Toja through the MLS Allocation Process Announced that F Saer Sene suffered a torn left anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, will undergo reconstructive surgery and will miss the remainder of the 2012 season Revolution President Brian Bilello named to Boston Business Journal’s “40 under 40” as one of Boston’s top 40 business leaders under the age of 40 Announced that M Ryan Guy will represent Guam in Paulino Alcantara Peace Cup, in Manila, Phillippines (Sept. 25-29) Announced that M Lee Nguyen underwent season-ending surgery to correct chronic instability in his right shoulder


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2012 GAME-BY-GAME LINEUPS @ SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES L, 0-1 March 10, 2012 GK Reis D Soares (Polak 60’) D Lozano D McCarthy D Alston M Feilhaber M Joseph © M Simms (Guy 79’) M Rowe F Brettschneider F Cardenas (Nguyen 69’)

@ SPORTING KANSAS CITY L, 0-3 March 17, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen M Joseph © M Feilhaber (White 61’) M Simms M Rowe (Guy 46’) F Sene (Fagundez 57’)

vs. PORTLAND TIMBERS W, 1-0 March 24, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D Joseph © D Alston (Purdie 70’) M Nguyen M Simms M Rowe M Guy F Sene (Cardenas 70’) F Brettschneider

@ LA GALAXY W, 3-1 March 31, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy (Purdie 85’) D Alston (Lechner 45’) M Nguyen M Joseph © M Simms M Rowe F Guy F Sene (Cardenas 70’)

@ FC DALLAS L, 0-1 April 5, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Lechner M Nguyen M Joseph © M Simms (Moreno 79’) M Rowe F Guy (White 88’) F Sene (Cardenas 65’)

vs. D.C. UNITED L, 1-2 April 14, 2012 GK Reis © D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston (Cardenas 86’) M Nguyen (Feilhaber 55’) M Simms M Rowe M Guy F Moreno (Runstrom 79’) F Sene

@ NEW YORK RED BULLS L, 0-1 April 28, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney (Purdie 87’) D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen M Joseph © M Simms M Rowe (Feilhaber 46’) F Moreno (Runstrom 75’) F Sene

vs. COLORADO RAPIDS W, 2-1 May 2, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston (Barnes 42’) M Feilhaber M Joseph © M Simms M Cardenas (Runstrom 84’) F Moreno (Nguyen 68’) F Sene

@ REAL SALT LAKE L, 1-2 May 5, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares (Fagundez 79’) D Lozano (Sene 65’) D Alston M Nguyen M Joseph © M Feilhaber M Simms M Rowe (Cardenas 59’) F Brettschneider

vs. VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC W, 4-1 May 12, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen (Cardenas 80’) M Joseph © M Simms M Feilhaber F Brettschneider (Purdie 85’) F Sene (Fagundez 72’)

vs. HOUSTON DYNAMO T, 2-2 May 19, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen M Guy M Joseph © M Feilhaber (Cardenas 77’) F Brettschneider F Sene (Fagundez 74’)

@ D.C. UNITED L, 3-2 May 26, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen (Rowe 65’) M Guy (Cardenas 28’) M Joseph © M Feilhaber F Brettschneider (Moreno 69’) F Sene

vs. CHICAGO FIRE W, 2-0 June 2, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen M Feilhaber M Joseph © M Cardenas (Rowe 64’) F Sene F Moreno (Brettschneider 77’)

vs. COLUMBUS CREW T, 0-0 June 16, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen M Feilhaber M Joseph © M Cardenas (Rowe 63’) F Sene F Moreno (Brettschneider 45’)

@ TORONTO FC T, 2-2 June 23, 2012 GK Reis © D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston (Lechner 40’) M Nguyen M Feilhaber M Simms (Brettschneider 63’) M Rowe F Sene F Fagundez (Cardenas 70’)

vs. SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC T, 2-2 June 30, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Lechner (Fagundez 81’) M Nguyen M Simms (Rowe 64’) M Joseph © M Feilhaber F Brettschneider (Cardenas 71’) F Sene

vs. NEW YORK RED BULLS W, 2-0 July 8, 2012 GK Shuttleworth D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen M Feilhaber (Joseph 73’) M Simms © M Rowe (Fagundez 89’) F Brettschneider (Bengtson 60’) F Sene

vs. TORONTO FC L, 0-1 July 14, 2012 GK Shuttleworth D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy (Joseph 6’) D Alston M Nguyen M Feilhaber M Simms © M Cardenas (Fagundez 72’) F Brettschneider (Bengtson 46’) F Sene

@ MONTREAL IMPACT L, 1-2 July 18, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares D Barnes D Alston M Nguyen M Feilhaber M Rowe (Cardenas 79’) M Simms © (Brettschneider 65’) M Sene (Nyassi 79’) F Guy

@ SPORTING KANSAS CITY T, 0-0 July 21, 2012 GK Reis D Barnes (Cardenas 58’) D Soares D McCarthy (Brettschneider 78’) D Alston M Tierney M Feilhaber M Joseph © M Rowe (Sene 58’) M Nguyen F Guy

@ PHILADELPHIA UNION L, 1-2 July 29, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Soares (Barnes 71’) D McCarthy D Alston M Rowe (Imbongo 69’) M Feilhaber M Nguyen M Simms © (Joseph 60’) M Sene F Guy

vs. SPORTING KANSAS CITY L, 0-1 August 4, 2012 GK Reis D Tierney D Barnes D McCarthy D Lechner (Cardenas 46’) M Nguyen M Simms © M Feilhaber (Rowe 78’) M Guy F Imbongo (Fagundez 73’) F Sene

vs. MONTREAL IMPACT L, 0-1 August 12, 2012 GK Reis © D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen M Simms (Fagundez 80’) M Feilhaber (Rowe 66’) M Guy M Sene F Bengtson (Cardenas 62’)

@ CHICAGO FIRE L, 1-2 August 18, 2012 GK Reis © D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen (Feilhaber 46’) M Simms M Guy M Cardenas (Rowe 69’) F Sene F Brettschneider (Bengtson 57’)

@ COLUMBUS CREW L, 3-4 August 25, 2012 GK Reis © D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Feilhaber (Cardenas 80’) M Simms (Nguyen 62’) M Guy M Rowe F Sene (Fagundez 65’) F Bengtson

vs. CHIVAS USA T, 3-3 August 29, 2012 GK Reis © D Tierney D Soares D McCarthy D Alston M Nguyen M Guy M Simms (Fagundez 68’) M Rowe (Cardenas 83’) F Sene (Feilhaber 65’) F Bengtson

vs. PHILADELPHIA UNION T, 0-0 September 1, 2012 GK Reis © D Alston D Barnes D McCarthy D Lechner M Nguyen M Simms (Guy 50’) M Feilhaber M Cardenas (Rowe 59’) F Bengtson F Fagundez (Imbongo 75’)

vs. COLUMBUS CREW W, 2-0 September 5, 2012 GK Reis © D Alston D Barnes D McCarthy D Lechner M Nguyen M Simms M Guy M Rowe (Cardenas 91+’) F Imbongo (Brettschneider 79’) F Fagundez (Tierney 73’)

@ D.C. UNITED L, 1-2 September 15, 2012 GK Reis © D Alston D Barnes D McCarthy D Lechner (Toja 73’) M Nguyen M Simms M Guy M Rowe F Fagundez (Feilhaber 73’) F Bengtson (Imbongo 61’)

vs. NEW YORK RED BULLS T, 1-1 September 22, 2012 GK Shuttleworth D Alston D Soares D Barnes D Lechner (McCarthy 35’) M Nguyen M Simms (Toja 58’) M Guy M Rowe F Fagundez (Feilhaber 73’) F Bengtson


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO

2012 GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES New England Revolution 0 at San Jose Earthquakes 1 March 10, 2012 at Buck Shaw Stadium (Santa Clara, Calif.) Scoring - NE - none SJ - Wondolowski (Salinas) 15 Shots Saves NE 6 0 SJ 6 1

Att. 10,525 Fouls 13 18

New England Revolution 0 at Sporting Kansas City 3 March 17, 2012 at Livestrong Sporting Park (Kansas City, Kan.) Scoring - NE - none SKC - Zusi (Kamara) 28, Kamara (unassisted) 39, Sapong (Sinovic, Zusi) 47 Shots Saves Fouls NE 11 4 10 SKC 27 6 12 Portland Timbers 0 at New England Revolution 1 March 24, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - POR - None NE - Sene (Tierney) 1 Shots Saves POR 13 4 NE 9 3

Fouls 17 10

Att. 19,777 Offsides 2 4

Corners 1 4

Offsides 4 1

Corners 6 6 Att. 21,324

Offsides 3 4

Corners 3 2 Att. 11,043

Saves 3 5

Fouls 4 12

D.C. United 2 at New England Revolution 1 April 14, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - DC - Santos (De Rosario, DeLeon) 19, Pontius (DeLeon) 82 NE - Moreno (Sene, Nguyen) 6 Shots Saves Fouls DC 22 6 11 NE 20 4 10 New England Revolution 0 at New York Red Bulls 1 April 28, 2012 at Red Bull Arena (Harrison, N.J.) Scoring - NE - none NY - Henry (Lade) 7 Shots Saves NE 12 5 NY 13 5 Colorado Rapids 1 at New England Revolution 2 May 2, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - COL - Castrillon (Rivero) 21 NE - Sene (McCarthy, Simms) 27, Cardenas (Sene) 39 Shots Saves COL 19 2 NE 16 6 New England Revolution 1 at Real Salt Lake 2 May 5, 2012 at Rio Tinto Stadium (Sandy, Utah) Scoring - NE - Brettschneider (Joseph) 22 RSL - Saborio (unassisted) 33, Saborio (Morales) 55 Shots NE 13 RSL 13

Corners 3 3

Att. 12,935

New England Revolution 3 at LA Galaxy 1 March 31, 2012 at The Home Depot Center (Carson, Calif.) Scoring - NE - Rowe (Joseph) 10, Tierney (Alston, Joseph) 13, Sene (Guy) 65 LA - Keane (Buddle) 78 Shots Saves Fouls NE 13 3 13 LA 13 6 14 New England Revolution 0 at FC Dallas 1 April 5, 2012 at FC Dallas Stadium (Frisco, Texas) Scoring - NE - none FCD - Ihemelu (Loyd) 95+ Shots NE 12 FCD 13

Offsides 3 2

Offsides 2 0

Corners 2 5 Att. 10,389

Offsides 3 1

Corners 10 6 Att. 18,152

Fouls 9 15

Offsides 3 2

Corners 5 7 Att. 6,149

Fouls 12 10

Offsides 0 2

Corners 4 5 Att. 18,219

Saves 5 6

Fouls 16 16

Offsides 1 6

Corners 4 4

Vancouver Whitecaps FC 1 at New England Revolution 4 May 12, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Att. 12,112 Scoring - VAN - Hassli (Le Toux, Chiumiento) 5 NE - Nguyen (unassisted) 6, Sene (Nguyen) 24, Joseph (unassisted) 33, Nguyen (Tierney) 72 Shots Saves Fouls Offsides Corners VAN 9 3 16 0 3 NE 18 4 18 3 0

Houston Dynamo 2 at New England Revolution 2 May 19, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - HOU - Bruin (Davis) 32, Camargo (Ching) 87 NE - Sene (penalty) 26, Sene (unassisted) 57 Shots Saves HOU 8 4 NE 7 1

Att. 16,414 Fouls 18 13

New England Revolution 2 at D.C. United 3 May 26, 2012 at RFK Stadium (Washington, D.C.) Scoring - NE - Sene (unassisted) 48, Soares (Tierney) 50 DC - McDonald (Boskovic)15, Jakovic (unassisted) 46+, Santos (De Rosario) 61 Shots Saves Fouls NE 13 1 6 DC 9 5 14 Chicago Fire 0 at New England Revolution 2 June 2, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - CHI - none NE - Rowe (Feilhaber) 69, Feilhaber (Rowe) 73 Shots CHI 9 NE 15

Offsides 0 3

Att. 14,627 Offsides 1 2

Corners 3 2 Att. 12,523

Saves 6 3

Columbus Crew 0 at New England Revolution 0 June 16, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - CLB - none NE - none Shots Saves CLB 13 6 NE 11 3

Fouls 14 9

Offsides 1 1

Seattle Sounders FC 2 at New England Revolution 2 June 30, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - SEA - Johnson (Rosales) 23, Johnson (Burch) 35 NE - Sene (Brettschneider) 12, Fagundez (Cardenas) 94+ Shots Saves SEA 10 2 NE 12 1 New York Red Bulls 0 at New England Revolution 2 July 8, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - NY - None NE - Nguyen (Tierney) 24, Bengtson (unassisted) 84 Shots Saves NY 12 7 NE 15 3

Corners 2 7 Att. 12,218

Fouls 15 14

Offsides 3 2

New England Revolution 2 at Toronto FC 2 June 23, 2012 at BMO Field (Toronto, Canada) Scoring - NE - Brettschneider (unassisted) 71, Tierney (Lechner, Cardenas) 94+ TOR - Koevermans (Morgan, Eckersley) 4, Johnson (Koevermans, Morgan) 42 Shots Saves Fouls Offsides NE 14 4 5 0 TOR 11 7 14 3

Toronto FC 1 at New England Revolution 0 July 14, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - TFC - Silva (Koevermans) 8 NE - None Shots TFC 9 NE 18

Corners 2 3

Corners 1 3 Att. 18,877 Corners 5 4

Att. 15,264 Fouls 20 8

Offsides 5 1

Corners 2 4 Att. 14,374

Fouls 16 13

Offsides 2 0

Corners 8 4 Att. 12,180

Saves 4 3

New England Revolution 1 at Montreal Impact 2 July 18, 2012 at Stade Saputo (Montreal, Canada) Scoring - NE - Nguyen (Rowe) 44 MTL - Bernier (penalty kick) 28, Nyassi (Mapp, Iapichino) 67 Shots Saves NE 15 0 MTL 10 2 New England Revolution 0 at Sporting Kansas City 0 July 21, 2012 at Livestrong Sporting Park (Kansas City, Kan.) Scoring - NE - None SKC - None Shots Saves NE 9 6 SKC 16 3

Fouls 15 5

Offsides 2 0

Corners 4 13 Att. 15,615

Fouls 11 8

Offsides 1 2

Corners 9 9 Att. 19,080

Fouls 7 12

Offsides 1 3

Corners 1 4


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO

2012 GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES New England Revolution 1 at Philadelphia Union 2 July 29, 2012 at PPL Park (Chester, Pa.) Scoring - NE - Sene (Rowe) 12 PHI - Adu (penalty kick) 59, McInerney (Williams) 90 Shots NE 14 PHI 11

Att. 18,598 Saves 3 4

Sporting KC 1 at New England Revolution 0 August 4, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - SKC - Bunbury (unassisted) 20 NE - None Shots Saves SKC 13 3 NE 10 3 Montreal Impact 1 at New England Revolution 0 August 12, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - MTL - Nyassi (unassisted) 61 NE - None Shots Saves MTL 10 4 NE 17 2 New England Revolution 1 at Chicago Fire 2 August 18, 2012 at Toyota Park (Bridgeview, Ill.) Scoring - NE - Cardenas (unassisted) 11 CHI - Rolfe (penalty kick) 5, MacDonald (Nyarko, Segares) 25 Shots Saves NE 7 5 CHI 22 2

Fouls 9 14

Offsides 1 2

Corners 3 7 Att. 17,592

Fouls 21 12

Offsides 1 3

Corners 1 1

Att. 12,857 Fouls 10 6

Offsides 4 5

Corners 1 8 Att. 17,495

Fouls 11 8

Offsides 2 3

Corners 2 11

New England Revolution 3 at Columbus Crew 4 August 25, 2012 at Columbus Crew Stadium (Columbus, Ohio) Att. 13,651 Scoring - NE - Guy (Sene) 17, Bengtson (Feilhaber) 23, Nguyen (penalty kick) 81 CLB - Higuain (unassisted) 26, Arrieta (Mirosevic) 32, Higuain (unassisted) 43, Arrieta (Tchani, Mirosevic) 86 Shots Saves Fouls Offsides Corners NE 18 2 8 5 4 CLB 20 5 15 5 6

Chivas USA 3 at New England Revolution 3 August 29, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Att. 10,945 Scoring - CHV - Joseph (LaBrocca) 23, Joseph (Agudelo) 45+, Bolanos (Townsend, Agudelo) 47 NE - Sene (unassisted) 4, Own goal (McKenzie) 11, Sene (unassisted) 21 Shots Saves Fouls Offsides Corners CHV 20 3 12 3 7 NE 15 6 5 4 11 Philadelphia Union 0 at New England Revolution 0 September 1, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - PHI - None NE - None Shots Saves PHI 18 3 NE 9 7 Columbus Crew 0 at New England Revolution 2 September 5, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - CLB - None NE - Imbongo (Fagundez) 53, Own goal (Marshall) 74 Shots Saves CLB 7 7 NE 20 3 New England Revolution 1 at D.C. United 2 September 15, 2012 at RFK Stadium (Washington, D.C.) Scoring - NE - Rowe (Fagundez) 29 DC - Pontius (Boskovic) 32, Neal (Pontius) 63 Shots Saves NE 28 5 DC 12 5 New York Red Bulls 1 at New England Revolution 1 September 22, 2012 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) Scoring - NY - Lindpere (Cahill) 91+ NE - Barnes (Guy, Rowe) 95+ Shots Saves NY 10 4 NE 11 3

Att. 11,841 Fouls 14 12

Offsides 3 3

Corners 10 3 Att. 10,345

Fouls 10 12

Offsides 8 2

Corners 3 9 Att. 15,104

Fouls 14 17

Offsides 2 4

Corners 11 8 Att. 24,364

Fouls 19 11

Offsides 0 2

Corners 4 5


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO

REVS RECORD BOOK UPDATE

NEW ENGLAND IN MLS CAREER RECORDS

GAMES PLAYED 1. Shalrie Joseph 3. Matt Reis

GP 261 242

GAMES PLAYED IN GOAL 1. Kevin Hartman 5. Matt Reis

GP 412 281

GAMES STARTED 1. Shalrie Joseph 3. Matt Reis 9. Kevin Alston

GS 254 240 107

GAMES STARTED IN GOAL 1. Kevin Hartman T-4. Matt Reis

GS 407 276

MINUTES PLAYED 1. Shalrie Joseph 3. Matt Reis 8. Kevin Alston

MIN 22,867 21,702 9,382

MINUTES PLAYED IN GOAL 1. Kevin Hartman 4. Matt Reis

MIN 36,900 24,941

GOALS 1. Taylor Twellman T-4. Shalrie Joseph

G 101 37

CORNER KICKS 1. Steve Ralston 5. Chris Tierney

CK 456 157

GAME-WINNING ASSISTS 1. Steve Ralston T-4. Chris Tierney

GWA 22 7

GAMES PLAYED IN GOAL 1. Matt Reis 8. Bobby Shuttleworth

GP 242 16

GAMES STARTED IN GOAL 1. Matt Reis 8. Bobby Shuttleworth

GS 241 15

MINUTES PLAYED IN GOAL 1. Matt Reis 8. Bobby Shuttleworth

MIN 21,702 1,401

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Matt Reis

GAA 1.34

WINS 1. 8.

Matt Reis Bobby Shuttleworth

SAVES 1. Matt Reis

W 86 4 SV 960

SHUTOUTS 1. Matt Reis T-8. Bobby Shuttleworth

SHO 61 2

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Matt Reis

PCT 72.1

WINS 1. 6.

Kevin Hartman Matt Reis

W 180 103

SAVES 1. Kevin Hartman 5. Matt Reis

SVS 1,454 1,085

SHUTOUTS 1. Kevin Hartman 5. Matt Reis

SHO 112 70


NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT HOUSTON DYNAMO

2012 MLS CATEGORICAL WIN-LOSS Overall: vs. East: vs. West: Scoring First: Opp. Scoring First: Leading at Half: Trailing at Half: Tied at Half: Leading at 75’: Trailing at 75’: Tied at 75’: Out-Shooting Opp.: Out-Shot by Opp.: Shots Even: One-Goal Games: Day Games (before 5 p.m.): Night Games (5 p.m. or after): In Blue Uniforms: In White Uniforms: In White Tops/Blue Bottoms: On Comcast SportsNet On NBC Sports: On Galavision: In March: In April: In May: In June: In July: In August: In September: In October: On Mondays: On Wednesdays: On Thursdays: On Fridays: On Saturdays: On Sundays: In Sunny Weather: In Clear Weather: In Rain: In Cloudy Weather: 30°-49° at Kickoff: 50°-59° at Kickoff: 60°-69° at Kickoff: 70°-79° at Kickoff: 80°-89° at Kickoff: 90°+ at Kickoff: Using No Subs: Using 1 Sub: Using 2 Subs: Using 3 Subs: On Natural Grass: On FieldTurf/Artificial Surface:

Overall 7-15-8 3-13-6 4-2-2 5-5-3 2-10-2 5-1-1 0-8-2 2-6-5 7-0-1 0-12-2 0-3-5 4-6-3 2-7-5 1-2-0 2-14-0 1-2-0 6-13-8 7-9-7 0-6-1 0-0-0 6-13-8 1-2-0 1-0-0 2-2-0 0-3-0 2-2-1 1-0-3 1-3-1 0-4-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-1 0-1-0 0-0-0 4-11-7 1-2-0 1-1-2 1-8-4 1-0-0 4-6-2 0-0-0 3-2-0 1-2-2 2-6-4 1-5-1 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 5-15-6 1-11-2 6-4-6

Home 6-4-6 3-5-4 3-0-2 4-1-3 2-3-1 4-0-1 0-2-1 2-2-4 6-0-1 0-3-1 0-1-4 4-2-2 2-2-4 0-0-0 2-4-0 1-1-0 5-3-6 6-4-6 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-4-6 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 2-0-1 1-0-2 1-1-0 0-2-1 1-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-3-5 1-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-4 1-0-0 3-1-2 0-0-0 2-0-0 1-1-2 2-0-3 1-3-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 4-4-4 0-0-0 6-4-6

2012 MISCELLANEOUS MLS STATS Away 1-11-2 0-8-2 1-2-0 1-4-0 0-7-1 1-1-0 0-6-1 0-4-1 1-0-0 0-9-1 0-2-1 0-4-1 0-5-1 1-2-0 0-10-0 0-1-0 1-10-2 1-5-1 0-6-1 0-0-0 0-9-2 1-2-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-1 0-2-1 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 1-8-2 0-1-0 0-0-2 0-6-0 0-0-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 0-1-0 0-6-1 0-2-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-11-2 1-11-2 0-0-0

Quickest Goal:

Sene, 3/24 vs. POR, 1’

Quickest Goal Against:

Koevermanns, 6/23 vs. TFC, 4’

Game-Winning Goals after 75’:

None

Game-Tying Goals after 75’:

Tierney, 6/23 @ TFC, 94+’ Fagundez, 6/30 vs. SEA, 94+’ Barnes, 9/22 vs. NY, 95+’

Game-Winning Goals Against after 75’:

Ihemelu, 4/5 @ FCD, 95+’ Pontius, 4/14 vs. DC, 82’ McInerney, 7/29 @ PHI, 90’ Arrieta, 8/25 @ CLB, 86’

Game-Tying Goals Against after 75’:

Camargo, 5/19 vs. HOU, 87’

Hat Tricks:

None

Hat Tricks Against:

None

Own Goals For:

McKenzie, 8/29 vs. CHV, 11’ Marshall, 9/5 vs. CLB, 74’

Own Goals Against:

None

Red Cards:

McCarthy, 14’, 3/17 @ SKC Cardenas, 81’, 5/5 @ RSL*

Opponent’s Red Cards:

Johnson, 59’, 5/5 @ RSL Lade, 74’, 9/22 vs. NY * later appealed and rescinded

PENALTY KICKS FOR NE Player Saer Sene Lee Nguyen

Goalkeeper, Team Tally Hall, HOU Matt Lampson, CLB

Date May 19 August 25

Result Goal Goal

PENALTY KICKS AGAINST Player, Team Patrice Bernier, MTL Freddy Adu, PHI Chris Rolfe, CHI

NE Goalkeeper Matt Reis Matt Reis Matt Reis

Date July 18 July 29 August 18

Result Goal Goal Goal

MLS INTERNATIONAL UPDATE U.S. National Team Kevin Alston *Benny Feilhaber Lee Nguyen Matt Reis Clyde Simms

Caps 0 39 3 2 1

Goals 0 2 0 1 SHO 0

U.S. Under-20 National Team Kelyn Rowe

Caps 3

Goals 3

Colombia National Team Juan Toja

Caps 2

Goals 0

Gambia National Team *Sainey Nyassi

Caps 4

Goals 2

Guam National Team *Ryan Guy

Caps 0

Goals 0

Honduras National Team *Jerry Bengtson

Caps 24

Goals 10

Honduras Under-23 National Team Jerry Bengtson (over-age player at 2012 Olympics)

Caps 4

Goals 3

*member of 2012 player pool … as of September 25, 2012


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Player

Matt Reis Florian Lechner Tyler Polak John Lozano A.J. Soares Michael Roach Blair Gavin Kenny Mansally Chris Tierney Jose Moreno Kelyn Rowe Ryan Guy Diego Fagundez Jeremiah White Sainey Nyassi Juan Toja Clyde Simms Shalrie Joseph Benny Feilhaber Blake Brettschneider Lee Nguyen Darrius Barnes Stephen McCarthy Jerry Bengtson Kevin Alston Bjorn Runstrom Zak Boggs Bobby Shuttleworth Saer Sene Tim Murray Fernando Cardenas Dimitry Imbongo Alec Purdie

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25

4

84M 22

90M 90M 90M 85F 80M

90M 77M 90F 90M

90M 90M 69F 65M

13 CHI 2-0 90G

90M 90M 13 90M

14 CLB 0-0 90G

90M 90M 45 90M 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D

10 5

13

62

15 TOR 2-2 90G 50

16 17 18 19 SEA NY TOR MTL 2-2 2-0 0-1 1-2 90G 90G 81D

11

20 KC 0-0 90G

63M 64M 90M 90M 65M 90M 17 84 90M 90M 90M 73M 90M 90M 90M 27 71F 60F 45F 25 12 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90D 58D 90D 90D 90D 6D 78D 30 45 90D 90D 90D 90D

64M 63M 20

19

72M 11

32

21 PHI 1-2 90G

22 KC 0-1 90G 45D

23 MTL 0-1 90G

24 CHI 1-2 90G

25 CLB 3-4 90G

26 CHV 3-3 90G

90D 90D 90D 90D

90D 90D 90D 90D 90D

45 28 73F

69M 10

7

27 PHI 0-0 90G 90D

28 CLB 2-0 90G 90D

17

29 DC 1-2 90G 73D

90M 17 11 90M 90M 90D 90D 90D 90D 61F 90D 90D

59M 1 15 79F 29

90M 90D 90D 90F 90D

30 NY 1-1

35D

90D

90G

90M 90D 55 90F 90D

17

17 32 50M 90M 90M 58M

12 24 21 90M 83M 31 89M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 40 90M 90M 90M 17 10 25 22 75F 73F 73F 73F

60M 90M 80M 90M 62M 68M 30 90M 78M 66M 45 80M 25 57F 90M 90M 90M 45M 28 90M 19 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 62F 33 90F 90F 90D 90D 90D 90D

21

90F 90M 90F 90F 65F 65F

90D

90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90M 90D 21 77F 45F 25 26 27 90M 26 89M 79M 58M 69M 28M 90M 90F 90M 70F 9 1 18

65D 90D 90D 90D 90D 79D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 71D

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 DAL DC NY COL RSL VAN HOU DC 0-1 1-2 0-1 2-1 1-2 4-1 2-2 2-3 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90D

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION 1 2 3 4 SJ KC POR LA 0-1 0-3 1-0 3-1 90G 90G 90G 90G 45 30 90D 60D 90D 90D 90D

90M 90M 61M 90M

20

3

90G 90G 72F 74F 90F 90F 90F 90F 90F 90F 90M 79F 32

86D 90D 42D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 40D 11 15 6

90M 90M 79M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90D 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 35 45 90M 90M 90F 90F 90M 90M 90M 55M 90M 22 90M 48 85D 90D 90D 90D 90D

90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 87D 90D 90D 90D 90D 11 79F 75F 68F 90M 45M 90M 90M 90M 90M 45M 59M 11 45 90M 90F 88F 90M 90M 33 11 18 16 29 2

79M 90M 90M 90F 21 90D 14D

20 5

57F 70F 70F 65F 90F 90F 90F 25

90D 90D 70D 45D

69F 20

Played for other teams: Blair Gavin played 310 minutes for CHV


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33; Nguyen 2 (Tierney 2)

94+

Cardenas 2 (unassisted) 11 Guy 1 (Sene 3) 17; Bengtson 2 (Feilhaber 2) 23; Nguyen 5 (penalty kick) 81 Sene 10 (unassisted) 4; own goal (McKenzie) 11; Sene 11 (unassisted) 21

Sene 9 (Rowe 3)

Nguyen 4 (Rowe 2)

Brettschneider 2 (unassisted) 71; Tierney 2 (Lechner 1, Cardenas 1) Sene 8 (Brettschneider 1) 12; Fagundez 1 (Cardenas 2) 94+ Nguyen 3 (Tierney 4) 24; Bengtson 1 (unassisted) 84

Sene 3 (McCarthy 1, Simms 1) 27; Cardenas 1 (Sene 2) 39 Brettschneider 1 (Joseph 3) 22 Nguyen 1 (unassisted) 6; Sene 4 (Nguyen 2) 24; Joseph 1 (unassisted) Sene 5 (penalty kick) 26; Sene 6 (unassisted) 57 Sene 7 (unassisted) 48; Soares 1 (Tierney 3) 50 Rowe 2 (Feilhaber 1) 69; Feilhaber 1 (Rowe 1) 73

Moreno 1 (Sene 1, Nguyen 1)

Sene 1 (Tierney 1) 1 Rowe 1 (Joseph 1) 10; Tierney 1 (Alston 1, Joseph 2)

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION at at vs at at vs at vs at vs vs at vs vs at vs vs vs at at at vs vs at at vs vs vs at vs

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#

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 13 14 15 17 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 30 32 33 34 39 40 80 99

Player

T (3-4 pens)

Rowe (Nguyen) 95; Nguyen (penalty kick) 100; Feilhaber (Brettschneider) 103

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION

at HARBRG 3

79M 120D

120G

41 50 57 120D

120F 63M

70F 120M

120M

120D 120D

U.S. OPEN CUP 3R HBRG 3-3

NE 3

Matt Reis Florian Lechner Tyler Polak John Lozano A.J. Soares Michael Roach Kenny Mansally Chris Tierney Jose Moreno Kelyn Rowe Ryan Guy Diego Fagundez Jeremiah White Sainey Nyassi Clyde Simms Shalrie Joseph Benny Feilhaber Blake Brettschneider Lee Nguyen Darrius Barnes Stephen McCarthy Kevin Alston Bjorn Runstrom Zak Boggs Bobby Shuttleworth Saer Sene Tim Murray Fernando Cardenas Alec Purdie

U.S. OPEN CUP 3R 05/29/2012


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