San Jose Earthquakes Still Seeking 1st Win While Wondo Lets Boot do the Talking With World Cup Looming

Four games into the MLS league campaign, the San Jose Earthquakes (0-2-2) are sitting in last in the Western Conference standings with just two points. The club has the chance to pick up its first win of the season on Saturday at 3pm when the Quakes visit the Colorado Rapids. Colorado (3-1-1)  meanwhile occupies the second spot in the standings, but more »

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San Jose Earthquakes Slump to ‘Disappointing’ 2-1 Loss Against New England Revolution

The New England Revolution turned the tables on the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara. After the Quakes scored the equalizing goal in the 69th minute, the Revolution grabbed the win on a controversial strike in the dying minutes of stoppage time.  You can watch full match highlights of the 2-1 defeat below, more »

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San Jose Earthquakes: Chris Wondolowski and Clarence Goodson Continue Pursuit for World Cup Spots

Chris Wondolowski and Clarence Goodson have taken another step toward representing the United States at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The San Jose Earthquakes duo have been called up to the US National Team in advance of the squad’s final tune-up match before the World Cup kicks off on June 12. Wondolowski and Goodson will be part of more »

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San Jose Earthquakes Select Stanford’s JJ Koval in Draft

The San Jose Earthquakes have selected Stanford midfielder JJ Koval with the ninth pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft. Koval becomes the 12th Stanford player drafted by the Earthquakes after the team chose forward Adam Jahn last January during the supplement draft. While at Stanford, Koval twice earned All-Pac 12 honors. As Head Coach Mark Watson explained, the Earthquakes have more »

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