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Chivas USA wins fourth preseason game
February 14th, 2010 4:40AM

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[MLS] Chivas USA won its fourth game of the spring with a 3-1 win at Mexican club Irapuato. The Columbus Crew and San Joe Earthquakes won 1-0 decisions against D.C. United and the Kansas City Wizards, respectively, on Saturday. Houston, FC Dallas and Philadelphia beat college teams. For this weekend's preseason results ...


Feb. 12:
Los Angeles Galaxy 4 UCLA 0.

Michael Stephens scored twice in the second half against his former teammates.

Feb. 13:
San Jose Earthquakes 1 Kansas City Wizards 0.
Brazilian Eduardo scored on an assist from countryman Andre Luiz in the 2nd minute.

Columbus Crew 1
D.C. United 0.
An own goal in the 8th minute was the game's only goal; United started academy grad Bill Hamid in goal and 16-year-old academy player Andy Najar in midfield.

Irapuato (Mexico) 1 Chivas USA 3.
Mikael Galindo broke the game open with two first-half goals; match drew 15,000 fans in Irapuato.

FC Dallas 7 Tulsa Univ. 1
Atiba Harris and David Ferreira each scored two goals ... Brek Shea had three assists ... Defender Anthony Wallace suffered strained muscle.

Houston Dynamo 4 SMU 0.

Dynamo got two goals each from Cameron Weaver and Dominic Oduro.

Philadelphia Union 5 Univ. of North Carolina 0.
Frenchman Sebastien Le Toux led Union with three first-half goals; Shea Salinas and Jack McInerney added goals after intermission.



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