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RSL makes Grossman only selection
November 19th, 2012 11:23PM
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TAGS:  columbus crew, mls, real salt lake


[MLS TRANSACTIONS: Waiver Draft]  MLS clubs placed 42 players on waivers, only one player -- 23-year-old Cole Grossman -- was selected in Monday's Waiver Draft. The former Duke star is headed to Real Salt Lake from the Columbus Crew.

Grossman played in two league games during his rookie year and 10 – including five starts – in 2012.

Nine New York Red Bulls were among the players waived. Six other players were home-grown players.

MLS Waivers List:
Goalkeepers (3): *Bryan Sylvestre (Vancouver), Jeremy Vuolo (New York), Bill Gaudette (New York)

Defenders (11): Jonathan Borrajo (New York), Cyprian Hedrick (Sporting KC), Ian Hogg (Portland). Flo Lechner (New England), Alex Lee (FC Dallas), Porfirio Lopez (Philadelphia), Neven Markovic (Sporting KC), Carlos Rodriguez (FC Dallas), Tyler Ruthven (New York), Nemanja Vukovic (Columbus), Dicoy Williams (Toronto FC), Luis Zapata (Colorado).

Midfielders (14): Freddie Braun (Portland), Julio Cesar (Sporting KC), Oscar Cordon (Toronto FC), Edu (Colorado), Gabriel Gomez (Philadelphia), Cole Grossman (Columbus), Evan James (Montreal, *Bryan Leyva (FC Dallas), *Nico Muniz (Real Salt Lake), Alec Purdie (New England), Jan Gunnar Solli (New York), Teemu Tainio (New York), Tiago Ulisses (Vancouver), Konrad Warzycha (Sporting KC)
Forwards (14): Jose Angulo (New York), Jhonny Arteaga (New York), Etienne Barbara (Vancouver), Blake Brettschneider (New England), Sercan Guvenisic (San Jose), Corey Hertzog (New York), Matias Jara (FC Dallas), *Nicholas Lindsay (Toronto FC), *Ruben Luna (FC Dallas), *Keith Makabuya (Toronto FC), Charles Renken (Portland), Michael Roach (New England), Olman Vargas (Columbus Crew), Krystian Witkowski (Philadelphia).

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