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1997 NPSL Amateur Draft
December 20th, 1997 12AM
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The following are the results of the 1997 NPSL Amateur Draft Montreal Impact -- (Territorial Round) Sandro Grande (Vanier), (3) Jim Larkin (Va. Commonwealth), (4) Joe Mattacchione (UAB). Philadelphia Kixx -- (Territorial) Cesidio Colasante (LaSalle), (1) Jason Cairns (Coll. of New Jersey), (2) Tom McLaughlin (Harvard), (3) Scott Pearson (American), (4) Ian Checcio (Rutgers). Baltimore Spirit -- (Territorial) Eric West (Johns Hopkins), (1) David Hesch (Rowan), (1) Kevin Ridpath (Rowan), (2) Ian Wildey (Towson State), (3) Rich Eger (Keane), (4) Justin Abbey (Rowan). Detroit Rockers -- (Territorial) Tino Scicluna (Butler), (1) Chris Klein (Indiana), (2) Paul Zgalish (USC-Spartanburg), (3) Caleb Porter (Indiana), (4) Mike Hill (Rockhurst). Cincinnati Silverbacks -- (Territorial) Dan Kindel (Bowling Green), (1) Matt Williams (Dayton), (2) Matthys Barker (UNC Charlotte), (3) Jeffery Bauer (Xavier), (3) Kevin Powers (Rockhurst), (4) Chris Stamper (Xavier). Buffalo Blizzard -- (Territorial) Jesse Van Saun (St. John's), (1) Asgeir Asgeirsson (Boston College), (2) Ryan Turner (Notre Dame), (3) Andy Kwon (Duke), (4) Rob Irwin (Syracuse). Edmonton Drillers -- (Territorial) Daniel Falcone (Portland), (1) Alfredo Valente (Alpha HS, Burnaby, B.C.), (2) Davide Xausa (Portland), (3) John Stodola (McMaster), (4) Mark Mounicot (McGill). Harrisburg Heat -- (Territorial) Sean Crawford (East Stroudsburg), (1) Geoff Honeysett (James Madison), (2) Matt Jordan (Clemson), (3) Phil Karn (Penn State), (4) Wade Barrett (William & Mary), (4) Rich Kotschau (George Mason). Wichita Wings -- (Territorial) Larry Inlow, (1) Thomas Andreason (Rockhurst), (2) Matthew Mattingly (Evansville), (3) Kevin Horn (Denver), (4) Mike Adams (Denver). Milwaukee Wave -- (Territorial) Eric White (Wisc.-Milwaukee), (1) Drew Watzka (Marquette), (2) Max Stoka (Marquette), (2) Joaquin Santos (Wisc.-Milwaukee), (3) Peter Metz (Wisc.-Milwaukee), (4) Matt Caution (SW Missouri). Kansas City Attack -- (Territorial) Kevin Schoen (Rockhurst), (1) Carlos Olivas (Rockhurst), (2) Kevin Jeffreys (Yavapai). St. Louis Ambush -- (Territorial) Tim Leonard (Saint Louis), (1) Kevin Quigley (Saint Louis), (3) Brad Jordan (SW Missouri), (4) Jerry Reed (SIU-Edwardsville). Cleveland Crunch -- (Territorial) Jason Bigan (Bowling Green), (1) Brandon Prideaux (Washington), (2) Jeff Diest (Creighton), (2) Jeff Cunningham (South Florida), (3) Michael Petke (So. Connecticut), (4) Clint Mathis (South Carolina). OF NOTE * Montreal traded its first-round pick to Cleveland for Marcelo Fontana; the Crunch then traded the pick to Baltimore for future considerations. * Montreal (as Columbus last year) traded its second-round pick to Milwaukee for Mark Manganello. * Philadelphia traded its second-round pick to Cleveland for Mike Veneto. * The Kixx acquired St. Louis' second-round pick for William Giummarra. * Kansas City traded its third-round pick to Cincinnati for the rights to Blair Quinn. * Kansas City traded its fourth-round pick to Harrisburg in the deal made for keeper Scoop Stanisic.

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