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Wondolowski scores again as San Jose Earthquakes tie D.C. United

Jun 2, 2019

| UPDATED: June 1, 2019 at 7:47 pm WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a tight, tense MLS game, the San Jose Earthquakes traveled across the country to tie D.C. United 1-1 on Saturday night. A first-half goal from Chris Wondolowski for San Jose and a second half D.C. tally from Luciano Acosta accounted for the two goals. Wondolowski gave San Jose a 1-0 lead in the 37th minute with his seventh goal in the past three games, knocking home a head shot off a cross from Nick Lima. Wondolowski snuck in behind D.C. defender Jalen Robinson. The goal gave the all-time leading MLS goal scorer 151 for his career. His seven goals in the past three games are all the team’s goals in those games. San Jose (5-6-3, 18 points) kept its resurgence alive after starting the season 0-4, while D.C. (7-4-6, 27 points) has gone without a win in its past five games. Under first-year coach Matias Almeyda, the Quakes have lost only once in their past seven matches. After a first half where San Jose easily had the run of play and a 1-0 lead, D.C. flipped a switch and took it to the Earthquakes in the second half. In a span of two minutes early in the second half, San Jose goalie Daniel Vega made three big saves to keep the lead. In the 55th minute, Vega was up to the task on a pair of shots from Acosta and Leonardo Jara, making a pair of diving deflections. A few minutes later, Vega made a sensational save off a Junior Moreno volley from 18 yards out. But as good as Vega was for that sequence, it was a mistake 10 minutes later that allowed D.C., the top team in the Eastern Conference, to tie it. Jara launched one from 30 yards out. Vega went down to make the save, but instead of keeping it under control, he knocked it away, allowing Acosta to charge in, get the rebound and tie it 1-1. It was fitting that the Earthquakes led at the break as the team fully dominated the first half, outshooting D.C. 17-3 in the first 45 minutes, including a 6-0 edge for shots on target.

TIE DC Investments

2 Investments

TIE DC has made 2 investments. Their latest investment was in OxiWear as part of their Seed VC on November 11, 2021.

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TIE DC Investments Activity

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Date

Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

11/17/2021

Seed VC

OxiWear

$1.25M

Yes

7

11/9/2021

Seed

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$99M

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10

Date

11/17/2021

11/9/2021

Round

Seed VC

Seed

Company

OxiWear

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Amount

$1.25M

$99M

New?

Yes

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Co-Investors

Sources

7

10

TIE DC Team

3 Team Members

TIE DC has 3 team members, including current President, Sundi Natarajan.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Sundi Natarajan

President

Current

Reggie Aggarwal

Founder

Former

Rakesh Gupta

President

Former

Name

Sundi Natarajan

Reggie Aggarwal

Rakesh Gupta

Work History

Title

President

Founder

President

Status

Current

Former

Former

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