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MLS this week ...
May 31st, 2010 3AM

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[DATEBOOK] Only a week and a half remain before MLS breaks for the World Cup. The Los Angeles Galaxy will put its unbeaten record on the line in two tough Western Conference tests against Houston Saturday and at Real Salt Lake four days later. For the MLS schedule, standings and leading scorers ...

WEEK 11 SCHEDULE (All times ET):
Wednesday, June 2
Houston at New York 7:30 p.m.
Columbus at San Jose 10 p.m.

Saturday, June 5
Houston at Los Angeles 4 p.m. TeleFutura
Kansas City at Toronto FC 4 p.m.
Real Salt Lake at D.C. United 7:30 p.m.
Chivas USA at New York 7:30 p.m. FSC/FSE
Philadelphia at Chicago 8:30 p.m.
San Jose  at FC Dallas 8:30 p.m.
Columbus at Colorado 9 p.m.
New England at Seattle 10:30 p.m.

WEEK 12 SCHEDULE:
Wednesday, June 9
Colorado at Chicago, 8:30 pm
Los Angeles at Real Salt Lake 9 p.m.

Thursday, June 10
Philadelphia at Kansas City 8 p.m.
D.C. United at Seattle 10 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN Deportes/ESPN3.com

For all the weekend's schedule ...
 
WEEK 11 SCHEDULE:


STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference:

P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)

20 Columbus 6-1-2 (+6)
16 Toronto 5-4-1 (+1)
15 New York 5-4-0 (-4)
11 New England 3-6-2 (-4)
10 Chicago 2-3-4 (-1)
8 Kansas City 2-5-2 (-4)
7 Philadelphia 2-5-1 (-7)
6 D.C. United 2-8-0 (-13)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
29 Los Angeles 9-0-2 (+16)
19 Real Salt Lake 6-3-1 (+10)
16 San Jose 5-3-1 (+3)
16 Houston 5-5-1 (+3)
16 Colorado 5-3-1 (+3)
12 FC Dallas 2-2-6 (0)
12 Seattle 3-5-3 (-5)
10 Chivas USA 3-7-1 (-4)

GOAL SCORERS:
9 Buddle (Los Angeles)
8 +2 De Rosario (Toronto FC)
5 +1 Schilawski (New England)
5 +1 Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
5 +1 Le Toux (Philadelphia)
5 Wondolowski (San Jose)
5 Kamara (Kansas City)
4 +1 McBride (Chicago)
4 +1 Braun (Chivas USA)
4 +1 Barrett (Toronto FC)
4 Barros Schelotto (Columbus)
4 Cunningham (FC Dallas)
4 Angel (New York)

WEEK 10 RESULTS:
May 29 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 1 Seattle 0. Goal: Casey 63.
Colorado -- Pickens, Wynne, Baudet, Moor, Earls, Mastroeni, Ballouchy, Larentowicz, Thompson (Clark 61), Cummings (Amarikwa 89), Casey.
Seattle -- Keller, Riley, Marshall, Parke, Gonzalez, Ianni, Ljungberg, Evans, Noonan (Levesque 83), Montero (Montano, 76), Zakuani (Nyassi 63).
Yellow Cards: Seattle -- Gonzalez 45, Ianni 52, Ljungberg 53; Colorado -- Mastroeni 45, Wynne 71, Casey 90.
Referee: Jair Marrufo.
Att.: 18,116.

May 29 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 3 Chivas USA 2. Goals: Najar (Wallace) 26, Cristman 76, Talley pen. 90; Braun (Lahoud) 16, Galindo (Braun, Kljestan) 80.
D.C. United -- Hamid, Pena, Talley,  Wallace, Graye, King, Simms, Najar (Castillo 83), Quaranta (Morsink 89), Pontius, Allsopp (Cristman 70).
Chivas USA -- Thornton, Trujillo, Delgado, Umana (Cuesta 88), Saragosa, Padilla (Galindo 67), Zemanski, Gavin, Lahoud, Kljestan, Braun (Macotelo 84).
Yellow Cards: D.C. United -- King 87; Chivas USA -- Trujillo 78.
Red Card: Chivas USA -- Thornton 90.
Referee: Jasen Anno.
Att.: 13,043.

May 29 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 3 New York 2. Goals: Perovic (Joseph) 8, own goal 24, Schilawski (Joseph, Niouky) 80; Stammler (Miller) 20, Angel (Borman, Lindpere) 49.
New England -- Burpo (Shuttleworth 40), Sinovic, Phelan, Niouky, Alston,  Perovic, Joseph, Tierney, Nyassi (Boggs 61), Schilawski, Dube (Jankauskas 61).
New York -- Coundoul, Borman (Hall, 70), Ream, Petke, Mendes, Miller, Lindpere, Stammler, Ubiparipovic (Sassano 73), Richards, Angel (Tchani 79).
Yellow Cards: New York -- Mendes 44, Mendes 55.
Red Cards: New York -- Mendes 55, Miller 75.
Referee: Andrew Chapin.
Att.: 11,316

May 27 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 1 FC Dallas 1. Goals: McBride (Mapp) 40; Ferreira 6.
Chicago – Dykstra, Robinson, Brown, Conde, Krol, Banner (Pappa, 68), Pause, Mapp (C.John, 58), Husidic, Nyarko, McBride.
FC Dallas – Hartman, Loyd, G.John, Ihemelu, Benitez, McCarty (Guarda, 60), Hernandez, Shea (Yeisley, 81), Ferreira, Cunningham (Pearce, 70), Harris.
Yellow Cards: Chicago -- Conde 62; FC Dallas -- Harris 84.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.: 12,522.

May 29 in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus 0 Los Angeles 2. Goals: Stephens (Birchall, Kirovski) 10, Bowen (Klein) 87.
Columbus -- Hesmer, Zayner, Iro, Marshall, Padula (Renteria, 60), Carroll, Moffat (Ekpo, 69), Gaven, Rogers, Barros Schelotto, Lenhart (Garey, 74).
Los Angeles -- Ricketts, DeLaGarza, Gonzalez, Berhalter, Dunivant, Franklin (Klein, 83), Kirovski, Birchall (Jordan, 83), Stephens,Magee (Mathis, 65), Bowen.
Yellow Cards: Columbus -- Zayner 35; Los Angeles -- Gonzalez 25, DeLaGarza 29, Birchall 78, Dunivant 90.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 18,139.

May 29 in Houston
Houston 2 Philadelphia 3. Goals: Ching (Davis) 53, Robinson (Davis) 59; Salinas (Orozco) 39, Le Toux (Mwanga, Torres) 69, Mwanga (Le Toux) 90.
Houston -- Onstad, Mulrooney, Boswell, Robinson (Cochrane 76), Chabala (Hainault 45), Cruz, Davis, Palmer, Mullan, Oduro, Landin (Ching 46).
Philadelphia -- Seitz, Arrieta, Califf, Orozco, Harvey, Salinas (Torres 62), Fred (Mwanga 54), Miglioranzi, Nakazawa, Le Toux, Moreno.
Yellow Cards: Houston -- Mullan 79; Philadelphia -- Harvey 23, Nakazawa 42, Arrieta 51, Miglioranzi 58.
Referee: Steven DePiero.
Att.: 13,555.

May 29 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 4 Kansas City 1. Goals: Espindola (Williams) 31, Saborio 34, Russell 84, Grabavoy 90; Wolff (Arnaud) 42.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Beltran, Borchers, Olave, Wingert (Russell 46), Williams (Grabavoy 46), Morales, Alexandre, Johnson, Saborio, Espindola (Campos 88).
Kansas City -- Nielsen, Leathers (Myers 46), Conrad, Besler, Harrington, Arnaud, Jewsbury, Wolff (Zusi 77), Bunbury, Kamara, Smith.
Yellow Cards: Real Salt Lake -- Olave 29; Kansas City -- Besler 27, Kamara 32, Conrad 73, Arnaud 82, Arnaud 82.
Red Card: Kansas City -- Arnaud 82.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.:
15,588.

May 29 in Santa Clara Calif.

San Jose 1 Toronto FC 3. Goals: Corrales (Convey) 76; Barrett 31, De Rosario (Gargan) 66, De Rosario (LaBrocca) 90.
Toronto FC -- Frei, Gargan, Attakora, Cann, Garcia, Peterson, LaBrocca, Saric (de Guzman 46), Sanyang, Barrett (Cronin 82), White (De Rosario 46).
San Jose -- Cannon, Leitch (Sealy 77), Burling, Hernandez, Corrales, Gjertsen (Alvarez 46), McDonald, Ring (Glen 59), Convey, Johnson, Wondolowski.
Yellow Cards: San Jose -- Burling 58; Toronto FC -- Saric 8, de Guzman 90.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 10,214.



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