1. Quakes Defense Thrives Despite Season-Long Shuffle

    The San Jose Earthquakes have been one of the dominant defensive teams in Major League Soccer this season, allowing 37 goals in 32 games (1.16 GAA), the third lowest goals against average in the league...

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  2. Wondolowski Preparing for Upcoming USMNT Call Up Like It Could Be His Last

    Saturday night under the lights of Avaya Stadium, Chris Wondolowski hit yet another milestone – something he's been doing just about every game this year...

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  3. Earthquakes "Show Their Resilience" in Comeback to Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

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  4. Amarikwa Impresses New Team with Strength, Will

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Tommy Thompson was warming up in the corner of Avaya Stadium during last weekend's game against Real Salt Lake when the two bodies came bearing down on him...

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  5. Earthquakes Midfielder Sanna Nyassi Called to International Duty

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Sanna Nyassi has been called to represent The Gambia in their two World Cup Qualifiers against Namibia on Oct. 9 and Oct. 13...

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  6. Matias Perez Garcia Steals Show for Still-Alive San Jose Earthquakes

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – The pressure at Avaya Stadium was nearly palpable. With every missed chance, every Nick Rimando save, every nearly-there or could-have-been opportunity, the ...

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  7. Innocent Nearing Return, Hopes to Contribute to Playoff Push

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – For several weeks now, the San Jose Earthquakes have seen a reminder of what might have been in 2015 roaming along the sidelines during training.....

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  8. Wondolowski Improves PKs Going into Playoff Push

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – Back in 2010, when Chris Wondolowski first assumed the role of the San Jose Earthquakes ' primary penalty kick taker, the plan seemed to be a little single-minded: Hit it as hard as possible...

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  9. Quakes Hang on to Playoff Hopes After Loss to NYCFC

    It's good that the 2015 San Jose Earthquakes will always have August--because it looks increasingly likely that they'll need those memories to carry them through a fallow November...

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  10. Earthquakes Lament Blowing Lead vs. Seattle, but Happy to Still Be "In the Mix"

    The San Jose Earthquakes had a chance to move into a tie for fourth place in the Western Conference on Saturday night...

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  11. With Bernardez Hurt, Subs Must Seize Chance

    SAN JOSE, Calif.—When you're about to face the frontrunning duo of Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins, you'd prefer not to be replacing a critical defensive cog...

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  12. Video: #QuincyTime Earthquakes Skills Challenge

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  13. Salinas Proves His Staying Power with Resurgence

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – As a rookie for the San Jose Earthquakes in 2008, midfielder Shea Salinas didn't hold out much in the way of hope for his job security...

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  14. What You Don't Know About: Being a Striker | by Chris Wondolowski

    Have you ever been cornered and asked, “So, what do you do?” Or maybe, “What's your major?” Sometimes, it can be tough be explain. Everyone thinks they know what a pro athlete does...

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  15. San Jose Earthquakes' Stout Defense Carries Them to California Clasico Win

    In the leadup to the San Jose Earthquakes ' final California Clasico of the 2015 regular season as part of MLS Heineken Rivalry Week, coach Dominic Kinnear discussed at length the dangers posed by LA Galaxy captain Robbie Keane...

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  16. Earthquakes Edge California Clasico

    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- What Avaya Stadium's first California Clasico lacked in goals, it made up for in angry passion.....

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  17. Earthquakes' Offense Kicking into High Gear

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – There are almost as many explanations for the San Jose Earthquakes ' recent offensive explosion as there have been goals flying in for Dominic Kinnear's club...

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  18. Godoy the Spark Plug Behind Earthquakes' Surge

    WASHINGTON — Anibal Godoy hasn't had much time to settle in with the San Jose Earthquakes . The good news? It turns out a trial by fire suits him just fine...

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  19. Wondo: 'We Always Want to Beat Galaxy'

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  20. Wondolowski Building a Dual Legacy

    WASHINGTON — Sports and the athletes that play them are often spoken about in terms of legacies — stories with measurable beginnings and ends, despite the fact that many aspects of an athlete's career are entirely out of his or her own hands...

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  21. After Third Straight Win, San Jose Earthquakes Are Right Back in Playoff Hunt

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  22. Video: Wondo Moves into 6th in MLS Scoring Records

    Goal! D.C. United 0, San Jose Earthquakes 1. Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes) right footed shot from the center of the box to the bottom right corner of the goal...

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  23. Video: Best of Salinas' 100 Career Starts for Quakes

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  24. SJ Play 'Inspired Soccer' vs. SKC on Wondo's Big Night

    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- It took Chris Wondolowski a few matches to regain his stride in MLS play, but when he finally found the scoresheet for the first time since spending July with the ...

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  25. Godoy Settling in Quickly for Earthquakes

    SAN JOSE, Calif. – When the San Jose Earthquakes referenced how much ground midfielder Anibal Godoy could cover, they probably never envisioned the Panamanian's whirlwind 24 hours last week...

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