SAN JOSE -- Earthquakes forward Steven Lenhart was suspended two games for a reckless play last weekend in a game against Chivas USA, MLS disciplinary committee announced Tuesday.

Lenhart, whose foot hit Mario de Luna in the face in the 68th minute during a scramble for the ball, also was fined an undisclosed sum. Lenhart will miss the Quakes' next two games -- Saturday against Montreal Impact and next Wednesday against Toronto FC. Both games are scheduled for Buck Shaw Stadium.

Lenhart, 26, will join fellow target man Alan Gordon on the sideline. Gordon is suspended for two more matches for making an anti-gay remark during a game at Portland on April 14.

Lenhart has played in only four games for the Quakes (2-3-4) after missing the start of the season while recovering from knee surgery in November. He started the past three games but has yet to score a goal this year.

The 6-foot-1 Lenhart did not get a yellow card on the play that led to the suspension. But Major League Soccer's disciplinary committee has the right to review plays and issue sanctions.