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Atlanta and Philadelphia make expansion draft picks
September 17th, 2009 7AM
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The Atlanta Beat and Philadelphia Independence, who will debut in Women's Professional Soccer in 2010, began the process of stocking their rosters by selecting players available in the expansion draft. The 13 players taken -- seven by Philadelphia and six by Atlanta -- included Independence pick Jen Buczkowski, a starting defender on champion Sky Blue FC.

WPS Expansion Draft:
Selection, Player (Pos.) Previous Team
1.) Atlanta, Leigh Ann Robinson (D) FC Gold Pride
2.) Philadelphia,  Lori Lindsey (M) Washington Freedom
3.) Philadelphia,  Jen Buczkowski (D) Sky Blue FC
4.) Atlanta, Amanda Cinalli F   Saint Louis Athletica
5.) Philadelphia, Nikki Krzysik (D) Chicago Red Stars
6.) Atlanta, Katie Larkin (D/M)  Los Angeles Sol
7.) Philadelphia, Sue Weber (D)  Boston Breakers
8.) Atlanta,  Sharolta Nonen (D)  Los Angeles Sol
9.)  Philadelphia, Sarah Senty (D)  Washington Freedom
10.) Atlanta, Sara Larsson (D) Saint Louis Athletica
11.) Philadelphia. Danesha Adams (M)  Chicago Red Stars
12.) Atlanta. Noelle Keselica (F) Sky Blue FC
13.) Philadelphia,  Kelly Schmedes (F) Boston Breakers
14.) Atlanta. Pass
15.) Philadelphia.  Pass



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