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NPSL: 1995 Amateur Draft
January 1st, 1995 12AM
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The following are the selections from the eleventh annual NPSL amateurdraft, held Dec. 21.

Toronto Shooting Stars

(Territorial) Paul Staltieri (St. Augustine Secondary), (1) O'Neil Brown (Durham College, Ontario, (2) Brandon Pollard (Virginia), (3) Jaro Jawislan (Clemson), (4) Obi Moneme (Ohio Wesleyan).

Philadelphia Kixx

(Territorial) Christian Penny (Lockhaven), (1) Rob Johnson (Rutgers), (2) Doug Nevins (Villanova), (3) Michael Dehlmann (Rowan), (4) Gary Hughes (Brown).

Tampa Bay Terror

(Territorial) Wolde Harris (Clemson), (1) Erik Washington (Towson State), (2) Patrick McSorley (James Madison), (2) Scott Lamphear (Wisconsin), (3) Sergia Jaramillo (Tampa), (3) Juan Penesso (Tampa), (4) Mike Gentile (Wisconsin).

Canton Invaders

(Territorial) Mark Phillips (Kenyon), (2) Guillermo Jara (San Diego), (3) Todd Herskovitz (Maryland), (3) Paul Grafer (William & Mary), (4) Byron Mitchell (Old Dominion).

Chicago Power

(Territorial) Paul Lekics (Creighton), (1) Caesar Santos (Southern Connecticut), (4) Toni Siikala (Campbell).

Cincinnati Silverbacks

(Territorial) Doug Smith (Maryland), (1) Maurice Schilton (Xavier), (2) Marc Harrison (Loyola, Md.), (3) George Neofitistos (Hartwick), (4) Hamisi Amani-Dove (Rutgers).

Wichita Wings

(Territorial) Jeff Klusman (Rockhurst), (1) Keith Williams (Tulsa), (2) Aaron Levanthal (Drake), (3) Ian Dunbar (Evansville), (4) Neil Piper (Friends).

Detroit Rockers

(Territorial) Steve Weiger (Butler), (1) Miles Joseph (Clemson), (1) Mac Cozier (UNC-Charlotte), (2) Jake Provan (Wisconsin-Milwaukee), (3) Billy Clifford (South Carolina), (4) Tim Hardy (Indiana).

Buffalo Blizzard

(Territorial) Rikki Dadason (Columbia), (1) Chris Fox (Brown), (4) John McCallion (Syracuse).

Milwaukee Wave

(Territorial) Travis Roy (Wisconsin), (1) Patrick White (Wisconsin-Parkside), (1) Paul Royal (Wisconsin-Milwaukee), (2) Jesse Marsch (Princeton), (2) Dave Elligott (Simon Fraser), (3) Jeff Cassar (Florida International), (4) Eric Cherveny (Saint Louis).

Harrisburg Heat

(Territorial) Mark Petitucci (Robert Morris), (1) Casey Sweeney (Butler), (2) Jay Fitzgerald (Creighton), (3) Carlos Rocha (Southern Connecticut), (4) Nate Fairchild (James Madison).

Baltimore Spirit

(Territorial) Todd Hicks (Towson State), (1) Paul Keegan (Boston College), (2) James Eley (USC-Spartanburg), (3) Tim Averell (Muhlenberg), (4) Bill Heiser (Loyola, Md.).

Kansas City Attack

(Territorial) Matt McKeon (Saint Louis), (1) Diego Gutierrez (Rockhurst), (2) Kelly Klusman (Missouri-Kansas City), (2) Jason Olliges (Rockhurst), (3) Rob Dusey (Missouri-Kansas City), (4) Eddie Pope (North Carolina).

Cleveland Crunch

(Territorial) Dustin Swinehardt (Miami, Ohio), (1) Javier Vivanco (Charleston), (2) John Ball (Southern Connecticut), (3) Jason Chiero (Ohio Wesleyan), (4) Mike Payne (Akron).

St. Louis Ambush

(Territorial) Jeff Bannister (Indiana), (3) Steve Ralston (Florida International), (4) Derrick Sullivan (Connecticut).

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