2012 MLS Superdraft 1st Round Team Selections

by on March 7th, 2015
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The 2012 MLS Superdraft was broadcast by ESPN2 at noon Eastern time on Thursday Jan. 12. If you were unable to watch it, here are the results of the draft.

The first team to select were the Montreal Impact. The Impact are not an expansion team, but rather one that the MLS has merged into its league. They have been in existence since 1992. Their first selection was none other than Andrew Wenger, forward out of Duke University.

The rest of the draft turned out as follows:
2) Vancouver Whitecaps; Darren Mattocks, forward, Akron
3) New England Revolution; Kelyn Rowe, midfielder, UCLA
4) Toronto FC; Luis Silva, midfielder, UC-Santa Barbara
5) Chivas USA; Casey Townsend, forward, Maryland
6) San Jose Earthquakes; Sam Garza, forward, UC-Santa Barbara
7) D.C. United; Nick DeLeon, midfielder, Louisville
8) Portland Timbers; Andrew Jean-Baptiste, defender, Connecticut
9) Chicago Fire; Austin Berry, defender, Louisville
10) Columbus Crew; Ethan Finlay, forward, Creighton
11) FC Dallas; Matt Hedges, defender, North Carolina
12) Toronto FC; Aaron Maund, defender, Notre Dame
13) Philadelphia Union; Chandler Hoffman, forward, UCLA
14) Colorado Rapids; Tony Cascio, midfielder, Connecticut
15) Seattle Sounders; Andrew Duran, defender, Creighton
16) Sporting Kansas City; Dom Dwyer, forward, South Florida
17) Real Salt Lake; Enzo Martinez, midfielder, North Carolina
18) Houston Dynamo; Colin Rolfe, forward, Louisville
19) Los Angeles Galaxy; Tommy Meyer, defender, Indiana

There you have it MLS fans, the first round of the 2012 Superdraft. Hopefully your team filled a need or at least drafted the best available player. See you at the start of the season everyone.

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