2009 Houston Dynamo Roster

Major League Soccer (MLS)
Team Record: 13-8-9 - 48 points
Finishing 2nd in MLS's Western Conference
Postseason: 1-1-1
Lost Conference Final
Coach: Dominic Kinnear (13-8-9)
Location: Houston, Texas
Attendance: 255,712, Avg. 17,047 in 15 home dates
2009 Houston Dynamo Statistics

The Houston Dynamo of Major League Soccer ended the 2009 season with a record of 13 wins and 8 losses and 9 ties for 48 points finishing second in MLS's Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-1-1.

The Dynamo gave up 29 goals, the lowest total in the circuit. Houston bagged 39 goals. Brian Ching scored 8 goals for the team, while Kei Kamara, Stuart Holden and Brad Davis each contributed five or more, too. Brad Davis accounted for 12 assists. Pat Onstad topped the squad with 13 wins and a team-best 0.64 goals against average, leading qualifying goalkeepers.

Dominic Kinnear coached the team. The 2009 Houston Dynamo lost in the Conference Final.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ade AkinbiyiFOctober 10, 19746'1"192Hackney, England
Corey AsheDMarch 14, 19865'5"154Virginia Beach, VA
Wade BarrettDJune 23, 19765'8"150Virginia Beach, VA
Bobby BoswellDMarch 15, 19836'2"185Austin, TX
Geoff CameronDJuly 11, 19856'3"185Attleboro, MA
Mike ChabalaDMay 24, 19846'0"175Fresno, CA
Brian ChingFMay 24, 19786'1"195Haleiwa, HI
Ricardo ClarkMFebruary 10, 19835'10"160Atlanta, GA
Ryan CochraneDAugust 8, 19836'1"180Portland, OR
Danny CruzMJanuary 3, 19905'8"170Petersburg, VA
Brad DavisMNovember 8, 19815'11"175St. Charles, MO
Tyler DericGAugust 30, 19886'3"188Houston, TX
Felix GarciaFJuly 30, 19906'1"160
Andre HainaultDJune 17, 19866'0"175Montreal, QC
Tally HallGMay 12, 19856'4"205SeaTac, WA
John HaydenMApril 27, 19845'10"160Louisville, KY
Stuart HoldenMAugust 1, 19855'10"160Aberdeen, Scotland
Julius JamesDJuly 9, 19846'0"180Maloney Gardens, Trinidad and Tobago
Kei KamaraFSeptember 1, 19846'3"186Kenema, Sierra Leone
Luis LandinFJuly 23, 19856'1"160Zamora, Michoacan Mexico
Brian MullanMApril 23, 19785'8"150Mineola, NY
Richard MulrooneyMNovember 3, 19765'9"160Memphis, TN
Dominic OduroFAugust 13, 19856'0"160Pramso, Ghana
Pat OnstadGJanuary 13, 19686'4"215Vancouver, BC
Eddie RobinsonDJune 19, 19786'1"185Orlando, FL
Abe ThompsonFJanuary 12, 19826'0"170Tucson, AZ
Erik UstruckFJanuary 4, 19855'10"163St. Louis, MO
Craig WaibelDAugust 21, 19756'2"195Portland, OR
Cam WeaverFJune 10, 19836'4"195Tacoma, WA
Chris WondolowskiFJanuary 28, 19836'0"165Danville, CA



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