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Houston takes Bock first in Expansion Draft
January 10th, 2014 1:54PM
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[NWSL 2014 COUNTDOWN] The Houston Dash selected Brittany Bock, who played for its head coach, Randy Waldrum, at Notre Dame, from Sky Blue FC with the first pick in 2014 NWSL Expansion Draft. The Dash's 10 players included players Meghan Klingenberg (USA), Ari Romero (Mexico) and Lauren Sesselmann (Canada).

2014 NWSL Expansion Draft:
1 - Brittany Bock (Sky Blue FC)
2 - Tiffany McCarty (Washington)
3 - Lauren Sesselmann (FC Kansas City)
4 - Meleana Shim (Portland)
5 - Ella Masar (Chicago)
6 - Meghan Klingenberg (Boston)
7 - Arianna Romero (Seattle)
8 - Becky Edwards (Portland)
9 - Danesha Adams (Sly Blue)
10 - Gabriella Toulouse (Washington)

The Dash will have to second pick, behind Washington, in the NWSL College Draft that will take place on Jan. 17 at the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia.

2014 NWSL College Draft:
Round 1
1 - Washington
2 - Houston
3 - Chicago
4 - Chicago
5 - FC Kansas City
6 - Sky Blue FC
7 - Seattle
8 - Boston
9 - Western NY
 
Round 2
10 - Houston
11 - Portland
12 - FC Kansas City
13 - Boston
14 - Western NY
15 - Sky Blue FC
16 - Portland
17 - Seattle
18 - Western NY

Round 3
19 - Houston
20 - FC Kansas City
21 - Boston
22 - Chicago
23 - Boston
24 - Sky Blue FC
25 - Portland
26 - Washington
27 - Western NY
 
Round 4
28 - Houston
29 - Washington
30 - Seattle
31 - Washington
32 - Boston
33 - Sky Blue FC
34 - Portland
35 - FC Kansas City
36 - Western NY


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