Join Now | 
HomeAboutContact UsPrivacy & SecurityAdvertise
Soccer America DailySpecial EditionAround The NetSoccer Business InsiderCollege Soccer ReporterYouth Soccer ReporterSoccer on TVSoccer America Classifieds
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalkSoccer America ConfidentialYouth Soccer InsiderWorld Cup Watch
RSS FeedsArchivesManage SubscriptionsSubscribe
Order Current IssueSubscribeManage My SubscriptionRenew My SubscriptionGift Subscription
My AccountJoin Now
Tournament CalendarCamps & AcademiesSoccer GlossaryClassifieds
MLS: 1997 Supplemental Draft Results
February 2nd, 1997 12AM

MOST READ

MOST COMMENTED

Here are the results of the MLS Supplemental Draft, held Feb. 2 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

First Round

No. Team Selection Pos. Age
College
1 Los Angeles* Danny Pena D 28 n/a
2 Dallas** Wade Webber D 30 Portland
3 New England** Bill Harte D 25 Loyola
4 Dallas*** Dan Stebbins F 27 Notre Dame
5 MetroStars Ezra Hendrickson D 25 Drake
6 Tampa Bay**** Marco Ferruzi MF 26 North Carolina
7 Kansas City Ryan Tinsley MF 25 Fresno State
8 D.C. United@ Carlos Llamosa D 27 n/a
9 Los Angeles Brian Taylor F 21 Fresno State
10 Tampa Bay@ David Moxom D 24 Robert Morris

*-Colorado traded the first pick in the supplemental draft to Columbus for Adrian Paz. Columbus then traded the first pick to Los Angeles for Jorge Salcedo

**-Dallas traded its first pick in the Supplemental Draft (#3, which it had received from Columbus for the allocation spot that turned out to be Brad Friedel) and its third-round pick in the college draft to New England for the Revolution's first-round pick in the supplemental draft (#2).

***-San Jose traded its first-round pick (#4) and second-round pick (#20, as they had swapped second-round picks with D.C. United in the trade for Shawn Medved) in the supplemental draft to Dallas for the rights to midfielder Lawrence Lozzano and Dallas' second-round pick in the supplemental draft (#16).

****-Dallas sent its first-round pick in the supplemental draft to Tampa Bay in the trade for Peter Hattrup.

@- Tampa Bay traded a regular first-round pick (#8) to D.C. United for its first-round pick (#10) and United's second pick in the 1998 supplemental draft.

Second Round

No. Team Selection Pos. Age College
11 Colorado Billy Baumhoff MF 23 South Carolina
12 New England Patrick Olalere F 25 Carson Newman
13 Columbus Jason Farrell MF 26 Seattle Pacific
14 D.C. United Gerson Echeverry F 25 Seton Hall
15 MetroStars Braeden Cloutier F 22 n/a
16 San Jose Curt Onalfo D 27 Virginia
17 Kansas City Ricci Greenwood F 23 Seattle Pacific
18 Tampa Bay Paulo Dos Santos MF 23 Rhode Island
19 Los Angeles John Jones F 23 Sacramento State
20 Dallas Joey Martinez D 21 n/a

Third Round

No. Team Selection Pos. Age College
21 Colorado Kerry Zavagnin MF 22 North Carolina
22 New England Sam George MF 26 UCLA
23 Colorado* Michael Britton D 26 Syracuse
24 San Jose Edmundo Rodriguez F 26 New Mexico
25 MetroStars Dave Stewart F 23 n/a
26 Dallas Eric Stempinski F 22 Wisc.-Milwaukee
27 Tampa Bay** Mike Heald MF 24 Tampa
28 Columbus*** Billy Clifford D 22 Charleston
29 Los Angeles Travis Rinker D 28 Bridgeport
30 D.C. United Joe Thieman MF 24 Princeton

*-Colorado also received Columbus' third-round pick in the Adrian Paz trade

**-Tampa Bay received Kansas City's third-round pick in the Steve Pittman-Alan Prampin trade.

***Tampa Bay sent a third-round pick (#28) to Columbus for the Crew's third-round pick in the 1998 supplemental draft.



No comments yet.

Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now




AUTHORS

ARCHIVES
FOLLOW SOCCERAMERICA

Recent Soccer America Site
Caribbean combine returns next year    
More than two dozen players from the Caribbean played in MLS this season, and teams looking ...
Saint Louis picked to repeat    
[ATLANTIC-10: Men] Defending champion Saint Louis has been picked to repeat in the Atlantic-10's preseason poll ...
UEFA Champions League viewing schedule    
[TELEVISION GUIDE] The UEFA Champions League moves into Matchday 4 with a special kickoff time of ...
Young Arsenal star suffers horrendous injury    
[ENGLAND] Arsenal teenager Aaron Ramsey, considered the greatest Welsh talent to come along since Ryan Giggs, ...
HIGHLIGHT & MAGAZINE SHOWS: A Sampling    
None
GAMES: Live and same-day delay on national TV    
None
MLS WEEKEND WRAPUP: Twellman strikes again; L.A. wins 'Clasico'    
None
CHAMPIONS: Goal difference gives PSV Dutch title    
None
FABIEN BARTHEZ: French great bolts after assault    
None
MLS PREVIEW: Monday Night 'Rocky Mountain Cup'    
None
>> Soccer America Site Archives