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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Houston 13 11 10 50
5 Kansas City 12 13 9 49
6 San Jose 13 7 14 46
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Sporting KC's Tim Melia named MLS Goalkeeper of the Year

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Tim Melia and Sporting KC earned their sixth shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over the New York Red Bulls.

Sporting Kansas City's Tim Melia was named MLS Goalkeeper of the Year after running away with the vote.

Melia earned over 50 percent of the votes from all three groups -- players, media and club staff -- easily outpacing fellow finalists Andre Blake of the Philadelphia Union and Stefan Frei of the Seattle Sounders.

The 31-year-old led MLS with both a 0.78 goals-against average and a 78.4 save percentage, while also helping his club win the U.S. Open Cup for the second time in three years....

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Sporting KC's Ike Opara named MLS Defender of the Year

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Ike Opara won the 2017 MLS Defender of the Year award.

MLS named Sporting Kansas City center-back Ike Opara the Defender of the Year on Thursday.

Opara made 30 league appearances this season, while Sporting KC only managed to earn a single point in the four games that he was out of the lineup. With him, they won 12, drew 12 and lost six.

The 28-year-old also scored three league goals, tied for second among defenders, and added another two in the U.S. Open Cup as Sporting KC won the trophy.

Sporting KC has qualified for the playoffs every year since...

Earthquakes earn first playoff berth since 2012; Portland clinch No. 1 seed

Relive all the goals from an action-packed Decision Day in MLS, including David Villa's brace and Giovinco's stunner.

The San Jose Earthquakes clinched a place in the Western Conference playoffs with a dramatic 3-2 win over Minnesota United on the final day of the MLS season on Sunday.

The victory marks San Jose's first time reaching the playoffs since 2012, and it was Danny Hoesen who opened the scoring for the home side.

Jerome Thiesson worked an equalizer in the 36th minute but Chris Wondolowski poked home from close range in the 55th minute.

Francisco Calvo's headed goal in the 81st minute looked to have...