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Duke ATT Wolf (L. Merion) is No. 2 pick in MLL draft; many Philly players selected

Friday, 10th January 2014

Categories ACC Tourney, Boy's/Men's, Pro, Posted 1/11/14

Duke attackman Jordan Wolf – the 2010 Co-Player of the Year from Lower Merion – was the No. 2 overall pick tonight after being selected by the Rochester Rattlers in the Major League Lacrosse draft at the downtown Marriott.

Wolf had 57 goals and 28 assists for the Blue Devils last year, helping lead the team to the NCAA championship before the hometown fans at Lincoln Financial Field. Wolf was named a second team All-American.

Duke's Jordan Wolf (Lower Merion) celebrates the 2013 Division I National Championship

Duke’s Jordan Wolf (Lower Merion) celebrates the 2013 Division I National Championship

Also from Philly, North Carolina midfielder Ryan Creighton (Malvern Prep) was taken No. 12 overall (second round) by Florida. Then at No. 19 (third round), Boston took Penn State goalie Austin Kaut (Springfield-Delco). Kaut was the Co-Player of the Year with Wolf in 2010.

Also in the third round, Lehigh defenseman Ty Souders (Emmaus) was picked No. 22 by Denver. To open the fourth round, Ohio picked Bucknell defenseman Jackson Place from Episcopal Academy. At No. 26, Rochester then took Villanova DEF/LSM John LoCascio.

At No. 29, Florida nabbed Maryland goalie Niko Amato (La Salle). Then at 31, Charlotte took Duke defenseman Henry Lobb (Malvern Prep).

The Philly trend continued as Notre Dame defenseman Stephen O’Hara (St. Joseph’s Prep) went at No. 41 to Ohio and at No. 43 Denver picked Delaware defenseman James Connelly (Malvern Prep).

2014 Collegiate Draft Results
No. Team Player Pos. College
Round 1
1 Ohio Tom Schreiber M Princeton
2 Rochester* Jordan Wolf (Lower Merion) A Duke

3 New York* Joe Fletcher D Loyola
4 New York* Luke Duprey D Duke
5 Florida Kieran McArdle A St. Johns
6 Denver Jeremy Noble M Denver
7 Charlotte Michael Ehrhardt D Maryland
8 Boston* Scott McWilliams D UVA

Round 2
9 Charlotte^ Pat Laconi M Loyola
10 Florida^ Joe Meurer D Ohio State
11 Charlotte^ Mike Chanenchuk M Maryland
12 Florida^ Ryan Creighton (Malvern Prep) M UNC
13 Ohio^ Rob Guida M Johns Hopkins
14 Charlotte^ Brendan Fowler FO Duke
15 Charlotte Thomas DeNapoli A/M Towson
16 Denver^ Brent Hiken FO Stevenson

Round 3
17 Boston** Rob Emery M UVA
18 Charlotte** Josh Dionne A Duke
19 Boston Austin Kaut (Springfield-Delco) G Penn State
20 Rochester Miles Thompson A Albany
21 Chesapeake** Matt Harris D Syracuse
22 Denver Ty Souders (Emmaus) D Lehigh
23 Charlotte Justin Ward A Loyola
24 Chesapeake Dylan Levings FO Yale

Round 4
25 Ohio Jackson Place (Episcopal Academy) D Bucknell
26 Rochester^^ John Locascio M Villanova

27 Ohio^^ Scott Loy M Syracuse
28 Rochester Ty Thompson A Albany
29 Florida Nick Amato G Maryland
30 Denver Colin Dunster M Bryant
31 Charlotte Henry Lobb (Malvern Prep) D Duke
32 Rochester^^ Dan Eipp M Harvard

Round 5
33 Boston*^ Jack Reilly D Johns Hopkins
34 New York Brandon Mangan A Yale
35 Chesapeake*^ Pat Kiernan D Navy
36 Chesapeake*^ Alex Love A Hobart
37 Boston*^ Erik Smith M Air Force
38 Denver Jamie Faus G Denver
39 Ohio*^ Derek Maltz A Syracuse
40 Chesapeake Brandon Benn A Johns Hopkins

Round 6
41 Ohio Steve O’Hara (St. Joseph’s Prep) D Notre Dame

42 Boston^* Phil Castronova M Johns Hopkins
43 Denver^* James Connelly (Malvern Prep) D Delaware
44 Rochester Tom Freshour D Cornell
45 Florida Bobby Lawrence D Colgate
46 Denver Nick Fernandez M Princeton
47 Charlotte Zach Losco M Penn

48 Chesapeake Kevin Cernuto A St. Johns

Round 7
49 Ohio RG Keenan M UNC
50 Chesapeake^^^ Mark McNeill M UNC
51 Boston Phil Poe FO UMBC
52 Rochester Andrew Wagner D Mercyhurst
53 Florida Andrew Barton M Providence
54 Denver Terry Ellis M Denver
55 Charlotte Chris Hipps D Duke
56 Rochester^^^ Mark Cockerton A Virginia

Round 8
57 Ohio Spencer Schnell M Ohio Wesleyan
58 New York Alex Zomerfeld A Bryant
59 Boston Jack Murphy G Fairfield
60 Rochester Tom Lacrosse M Penn State
61 Florida Duncan Clauncy A Jacksonville
62 Denver Ben Mcintosh D Drexel
63 Charlotte Kevin O’Neil M Villanova

64 Chesapeake Brian Cooper D Maryland

*First Round Trades
No. 2 from New York
No. 3 from Rochester from New York from Boston
No. 4 from Rochester
No. 8 from Denver from Chesapeake

^Second Round Trades
No. 9 from Chesapeake from Ohio
No. 10 from Chesapeake from New York
No. 11 from Boston
No. 12 from Boston from Rochester
No. 13 from New York from Ohio from Florida
No. 14 from Denver
No. 16 from Chesapeake

**Third Round Trades
No. 17 from Ohio
No. 18 from New York
No. 21 from Florida

^^Fourth Round Trades
No. 26 from New York
No. 27 from Boston
No. 32 from New York from Chesapeake

*^Fifth Round Trades
No. 33 from Ohio
No. 35 from Boston
No. 36 from Rochester
No. 37 from Florida
No. 39 from Charlotte

^*Sixth Round Trades
No. 42 from New York
No. 43 from Boston

^^^Seventh Round Trades
No. 50 from Charlotte from New York
No. 56 from Chesapeake

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