The San Jose Earthquakes defeated the Montreal Impact 1-0 Saturday night in the first game of the 2017 MLS regular season. Anibal Godoy scored in the 17th minute with a chip goal to secure the victory.
The San Jose Earthquakes defeated Vancouver Whitecaps FC 3-2 Saturday night to win their second consecutive game to open the regular season. After conceding two goals within the first 20 minutes, forward Chris Wondolowski, Homegrown defender Nick Lima and midfielder Anibal Godoy scored a goal apiece to earn the Quakes three points.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to Sporting Kansas City 2-1 Saturday night at Children’s Mercy Park during their first road game of the 2017 season. Florian Jungwirth scored his first goal for the Quakes in the 91st minute, while Danny Hoesen earned his first assist and Jahmir Hyka made his first start.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to New York City FC 2-1 at Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon. A pair of goals from the home side canceled out an early score by Quakes forward Marco Ureña – his first with the club. San Jose played the final 10 minutes down a man following a red card to defender Victor Bernardez.
The San Jose Earthquakes earned a point in a 1-1 draw with Seattle Sounders FC Saturday night at Avaya Stadium. After Nicolas Lodeiro scored in the 84th minute to give Seattle the lead, Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski scored his second goal of the season to equalize the match in the waning moments. The Earthquakes remain undefeated at home this season with a 2-0-1 record.
The San Jose Earthquakes scored a last-second goal Friday night at Avaya Stadium to earn a point in a 1-1 tie with FC Dallas. The visitors took the lead in the 78th minute, but the Earthquakes equalized on the last play of the match through midfielder Jahmir Hyka’s first MLS goal.
The San Jose Earthquakes fought through cold and rainy conditions to earn a valuable road point against the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium Wednesday night. Despite chances for both teams, neither side could get on the scoreboard in the 0-0 draw.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell 2-0 to the Houston Dynamo Saturday afternoon at BBVA Compass Stadium. The Quakes battled through hot conditions, but were unable to find the back of the net in a match that saw chances from both teams.
The San Jose Earthquakes defeated the Portland Timbers 3-0 on Saturday night to remain undefeated at Avaya Stadium this season (3-0-2). Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski scored a brace and added an assist in the Quakes’ fourth victory of the 2017 MLS regular season (4-3-3).
The San Jose Earthquakes fell 3-0 to Colorado Rapids on the road at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. The Quakes struggled to generate a meaningful attack against a Colorado squad that was due for a win at a place they don't often lose at.
The San Jose Earthquakes drew 1-1 with Eastern Conference powerhouse Orlando City SC at Avaya Stadium on a Wednesday night battle that saw two late goals from Orlando's Rivas and Quakes captain Chris Wondolowski secure a point a piece for the two squads.
The San Jose Earthquakes earned three points on the road Saturday night with a 1-0 win against FC Dallas. Earthquakes midfielder Jahmir Hyka scored in the 81st minute to defeat the Texas side that prior to the encounter were unbeaten in the 2017 season. Earthquakes goalkeeper David Bingham earned his fifth shutout of the season, making the Quakes the first team to keep Dallas goalless at Toyota Stadium since Sept. 10, 2016. The result also marked the first time FC Dallas has lost at home since Sept. 10 of last year.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to the LA Galaxy 4-2 Saturday night at Avaya Stadium in the first California Clasico of the 2017 season.
Chris Wondolowski and Danny Hoesen tallied goals for San Jose, with Hoesen and Homegrown midfielder Tommy Thompson each recording an assist. Hoesen’s goal was the first of his MLS career and Thompson’s assist was his second in as many games at Avaya Stadium.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to the Portland Timbers 2-0 on Friday night at Providence Park.
Consecutive yellow cards to midfielder Darwin Ceren in the 36th and 37th minute left the Earthquakes a man down for the remainder of the match. Despite the man disadvantage for nearly an hour, the Quakes surrendered just one goal in 90 minutes before a second was tallied in stoppage time as they pushed for an equalizer. Goalkeeper David Bingham made a season-high six saves during the match.
The San Jose Earthquakes advanced to the Round of 16 in the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Wednesday night with a 2-0 win against the San Francisco Deltas at Avaya Stadium. Less than four minutes into his professional debut, Earthquakes’ No. 6 overall 2017 SuperDraft selection Jackson Yueill gave the Quakes an early lead. Two minutes later, midfielder Cordell Cato doubled the score to secure the victory.
The San Jose Earthquakes shutout Sporting Kansas City Saturday night at Avaya Stadium, playing to a scoreless draw. Despite missing seven players to injury, two to suspension and another to international duty, the Earthquakes secured a point at home against the Western Conference leaders. The result marks just the second time that the Quakes and Sporting KC have tied since 2005.
The San Jose Earthquakes defeated Real Salt Lake 2-1 Saturday night at Avaya Stadium. With the win, the Quakes jumped both Vancouver Whitecaps FC and the LA Galaxy in the standings and now sit in fifth place in the Western Conference, just two points shy of second.
Danny Hoesen and Marco Ureña both scored their second goals of the season to secure the Quakes three points. Hoesen also earned his second assist of the season on Ureña’s tally.
The San Jose Earthquakes advanced to the Quarterfinals of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Wednesday night at Avaya Stadium with a 2-1 win against Seattle Sounders FC. The victory came in Chris Leitch’s first game as the Quakes head coach.
Midfielder Shea Salinas gave the Quakes an early lead, finding the back of the net in the sixth minute. Seattle equalized moments into the second half, but substitute Danny Hoesen provided the game-winning goal in 84th minute on an assist from rookie Jackson Yueill.
The San Jose Earthquakes came from behind to defeat the LA Galaxy 2-1 Saturday night at Stanford Stadium in front of 50,617 fans with Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski and midfielder Shea Salinas each tallying goals. With the result, the Quakes are now undefeated in five of the six California Clasicos at Stanford Stadium (4-1-1) and have come back in all four wins.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to Atlanta United FC 4-2 Tuesday night at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, concluding the game with nine men.
Earthquakes Homegrown midfielder Tommy Thompson opened the scoring in the second minute, notching his first MLS goal to give the Quakes an early lead. A second yellow card for defender Kofi Sarkodie in the 32nd minute left the Quakes playing with 10 men.
The San Jose Earthquakes defeated the Bundesliga’s Eintracht Frankfurt 4-1 Friday night at Avaya Stadium in an international friendly. Earthquakes defender Victor Bernardez, forward Chris Wondolowski and forward Quincy Amarikwa each scored in the Quakes’ first match against a Bundesliga side since 1996. With the result, the Quakes are 11-9-8 in international exhibition matches.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to the New York Red Bulls 5-1 Wednesday night at Red Bull Arena. Earthquakes new Designated Player Vako made his MLS debut after entering the match as a halftime substitute and scored in the 88th minute. Forward Quincy Amarikwa made his 2017 MLS season debut.
The San Jose Earthquakes defeated the Colorado Rapids 1-0 Saturday night at Avaya Stadium, earning the full three points at home. The club is now 6-1-4 at home this season.
Earthquakes Homegrown defender Nick Lima tallied his second goal of the season to secure the victory, scoring on a powerful shot from outside the 18. Shea Salinas and Darwin Ceren each tallied an assist on the goal.
The San Jose Earthquakes earned three points at Avaya Stadium Saturday night with a 2-1 win against Columbus Crew SC. Earthquakes forwards Marco Ureña and Chris Wondolowski both tallied goals to secure the victory. The Quakes have now lost only one of their last 14 MLS matches at home dating back to October of last year (8-1-5).
Wondolowski scored his ninth goal of the season and is now just one shy of extending his league record of scoring at least 10 goals in a season to an eighth consecutive. Earthquakes Homegrown midfielder Tommy Thompson earned his third MLS assist on the tally. Salinas earned his 40th assist with the Earthquakes on Ureña’s goal.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to Sporting Kansas City in a penalty kick shootout Wednesday night in the Semifinal of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup to conclude their run in the tournament.
Danny Hoesen scored his third goal in U.S. Open Cup play, giving the Quakes an early lead in the fourth minute. Making his first start for the Quakes, midfielder Vako provided the assist on Hoesen’s goal. Swiss defender Francois Affolter also made his first appearance with San Jose during the matchup, starting and playing 103 minutes.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to the Houston Dynamo 3-0 Saturday night at BBVA Compass Stadium in the second leg of a two-game road stretch.
The San Jose Earthquakes earned a hard-fought point at home Saturday night with a 2-2 draw against the Philadelphia Union. The Quakes are now unbeaten at home in their last six MLS matches dating back to June (4-0-2), and are on a 10-game unbeaten streak at home against Eastern Conference teams extending from last season.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to Real Salt Lake 4-0 on Wednesday night at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. Despite the result, the Earthquakes remain just two points out of the sixth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
The San Jose Earthquakes defeated the LA Galaxy 3-0 Sunday night at the StubHub Center to take the 2017 MLS regular season series against LA (2-1) and move into the sixth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. Earthquakes Marco Ureña, Vako and Chris Wondowloski all found the back of the net to secure the victory.
With his tally, Wondolowski took sole possession of the MLS record for road goals with 64, which was previously held by Landon Donovan (63).
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to D.C. United 4-0 in the penultimate match at the historic RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. Four second-half goals by D.C. United forward Patrick Mullins was the difference in the match.