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The Houston Dynamo get their first win of the season against in-state rival FC Dallas at home. 4 different players score for the Dynamo, including an own goal from FC Dallas, to give them their largest victory in history, 5-0. Photos by Matt Flora and Andre Brooks

The UH Hispanic Alumni hosted its inaugural scholarship soccer tournament, HACL2016. A total of 8 teams participated in a day filled with 5-on-5 soccer games. UH Pro X came out the Champions.

The Houston Cougars finally end their 5-game losing streak in the second game of their series against the Baylor Bears. The Cougars’ bats were hot, getting 10 runs on 11 hits in the 10-4 victory. Photos by Andre Brooks

The Houston Cougars’ struggles continue, as they extend their overall losing streak to 5 against the Baylor Bears. Houston’s offense sputtered as they only muster 2 runs in the 4-2 loss. Photos by Andre Brooks

Damyean Dotson and Rob Gray Jr. led Houston to a big win over conference-rival Cincinnati in their last game of the season on Senior Night at the Hofheinz Pavilion. Having lost in Cincinnati earlier in January, the Cougars took advantage of playing on their home court. “It felt like we …

En el partido de apertura de la MLS 2016  el Houston Dynamo empató  3-3 con el New England Revolution en un partido disputado en el estadio BBVA Compass ante más de 21,000 aficionados. Tan solo habían pasado tres minutos de inicio, cuando el defensa del Dynamo, Jalil Anibaba rechazo de …

The Houston Cougars close their season with a big win over conference-rival Cincinnati Bearkats. They finish the year with a 22-8 (12-6) record after the 69-56 win. Photos by Andre Brooks

With over 21,000 fans in attendance, the Houston Dynamo faced the New England Revolution at home for their season opener. 6 different players scored in the game, including a big goal by Daigo Kobayashi in the 3rd minute of stoppage time to end the game in a 3-3 tie. Photos by …

The Houston Dynamo started their 2016 MLS journey Sunday afternoon as the host of their first game of the season for the fourth year in a row when they faced the New England Revolution at BBVA Compass Stadium. In a game with many brand new faces for the home team, …

After having finished eighth in the Western Conference last year, the Houston Dynamo starts their 2016 season with 11 new faces. New England Revolution head coach, Jay Heaps, was no stranger to these faces after seeing them earlier in preseason. “They’re playing much different, and that’s credit to Owen (Coyle),” …