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Leroux and Stanford trio head draft standouts
by Paul Kennedy, January 12th, 2012 3:09PM

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[WPS] Down to five teams, Women's Professional Soccer will hold its 2012 college draft Friday at the Kansas City Convention Center. Unlike the MLS SuperDraft, WPS's event won't be open to the public. It will air on a live webcast on www.WomensProSoccer.com. The No. 1 pick, held by the Atlanta Beat, is expected to be Sydney Leroux of UCLA. Three players from national championship Stanford -- Teresa Noyola, Lindsay Taylor and Cam Levin -- could go in the first round.

*Pick acquired via trade.

WPS DRAFT
Round 1
1. Atlanta Beat
2. Sky Blue FC
3. Boston Breakers
4. *Atlanta Beat
5. Philadelphia Independence
6. Western New York Flash
7. *Western New York Flash

Round 2
8. *Western New York Flash
9. Sky Blue FC
10. *Sky Blue FC
11. *Boston Breakers
12. Philadelphia Independence
13. *Philadelphia Independence

Round 3
14. *Philadelphia Independence
15. Sky Blue FC
16. Boston Breakers
17. Philadelphia Independence
18. Western New York Flash

Round 4
19. Sky Blue FC
20. Boston Breakers
21. Philadelphia Independence
22. Western New York Flash
23. *Atlanta Beat



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