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San Jose 2, Kansas City 0  Dwayne De Rosario and Craig Waibel each scored in the first game of Western Conference semifinal San Jose 0, Kansas City 0  Earthquakes are failing to clinch a playoff berth Galaxy 0, Earthquakes 0  San Jose moved into a tie for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference night after a 0-0 tie with Los Angeles Crew 1, Earthquakes 0  Sanneh scored his first MLS goal in 6 years Earthquakes 3, Burn 0  Ching scored a team-best 11th goal of season Earthquakes 2, D.C. United 0  Mullan scored in the first half and set up De Rosario's goal late in the second Earthquakes 2, Revolution 2  Donovan and Ching scored in injury time Earthquakes 3, Rapids 1  Ching scored twice Burn 2, Earthquakes 1  Valakari's first MLS goal was the winning score late Kansas City 1, San Jose 1  Mulrooney's first goal of the season in the 79th minute gave the Earthquakes a tie Earthquakes 3, NY/NJ 1 Crew 1, Earthquakes 0 Earthquakes 4, Galaxy 2 NY/NJ 5, Earthquakes 5 D.C. with Adu 1, Earthquakes 1
D.C. United 0, Earthquakes 0  San Jose (3-3-5) has scored just 3 goals in its last 6 games FC Dallas 0, San Jose 0  Garlick made five saves Earthquakes 3, Wizards 2  Onstad stopped Wolff's penalty kick in the second half Chivas USA 3, Earthquakes 3  Sequeira scored on a header 28 seconds into injury time Revolution 2, Earthquakes 2  Twellman tied game against a 10-man Earthquakes defense Earthquakes team remain in San Jose


year 2005 Top ^

Jun.4
May.14
Apr.23
Apr.9
Apr.2


year 2004 Top ^

Nov.10
  Team owner AEG announced that the franchise would remain in the city and play at Spartan Stadium for the 2005 season
Oct.24
Oct.9
Sep.25
Sep.8
Aug.21
Aug.7
Jul.24
Jul.17
Jul.7
Jun.26
Jun.12
May.29
May.22
May.8
May.1
  Adu made his first professional start for the United

Apr.11
Apr.10


year 2003 Top ^

Nov.15
  Landon Donovan gave San Jose a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Wizards
Nov.9 Quakes advance to West finals
  Faria scored in overtime to cap a 5-goal rally, giving the San Jose a 5-2 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy
Oct.5 MetroStars 2, Earthquakes 0 Sep.27 Earthquakes 5, Burn 2

year 2002 Top ^

Jul.20 Quakes 4, Dallas 0
  Earthquakes extended their lead atop the MLS as Graziani scored against his former team
Jun.22 Quakes 4, Colorado 0  DeRosario figured in 3 goals and Cannon posted his fifth shutout. Donovan received a standing ovation after World Cup

year 2001 Top ^

Oct.14 Quakes 4, Miami 0
  Lagos collected a goal and two assists Jul.18 Quakes 4, DC United 0  Lagos and Cerritos each scored twice




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