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January 13th, 2011 2:38PM
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[WPS] The 2011 Women's Professional Soccer draft, which will be held Friday in Baltimore, will consist of four rounds. The expansion Western New York Flash will have the first pick and an extra selection at the end of the first round.

Round 1
1. Western New York Flash
2. Philadelphia Independence * via trade
3. Atlanta Beat   * via trade
4. Washington Freedom
5. Philadelphia Independence
6. Boston Breakers
7. Atlanta Beat   * via trade
8. Western New York Flash * supplemental pick (expansion team)

Round 2
9. Philadelphia Independence   * via trade
10. Washington Freedom
11. Philadelphia Independence
12. Boston Breakers

Round 3
13. Western New York Flash
14. Atlanta Beat
15. Philadelphia Independence * via trade
16. Sky Blue FC
17. Washington Freedom
18. Philadelphia Independence
19. Boston Breakers

Round 4
20. Western New York Flash
21. Sky Blue FC
22. Washington Freedom
23. Philadelphia Independence
24. Boston Breakers



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