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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