Four Pac-12 players drafted in 2013 MLS Supplemental Draft
By the Pac-12 Conference
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Four Pac-12 men's soccer players were chosen in the 2013 Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft on Tuesday. OREGON STATE, STANFORD, UCLA and WASHINGTON each had one player selected.
Cardinal forward Adam Jahn was the lone Pac-12 player selected in the first round. Jahn went to the San Jose Earthquakes with the 15th pick. Jahn was a first-team All-Pac-12 honoree this season after starting in all 18 games for Stanford this season. Jahn led the Conference in both points (30) and goals (13). He was the only player to earn Pac-12 Player of the Week honors twice this season. He was named to the NSCAA Far West Region second team and the TopDrawerSoccer.com third team of the season.
Washington midfielder Ben Fisk was picked up by the the New York Red Bulls with the 13th pick in the second round (32nd overall). Fisk was named first team All-Conference after starting in all 21 games for the Huskies and registering nine points on the season. Fisk helped Washington advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007.
D.C. United grabbed UCLA forward Evan Raynr with the 17th pick in the second round (36th overall). Raynr was named a second team All-Pac-12 selection this year as he led the Conference in assists, tallying ten on the year. Raynr finished his career as a Bruin with eight goals and 16 assists in 78 games played.
Oregon State midfielder Colin Mitchell was taken as the 15th pick in the third round (53rd overall) by the San Jose Earthquakes. Mitchell started in all 18 games for the team this season earning three points on the year off of a goal and an assist.
With four players selected in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft on January 17, the Pac-12 had a eight total players taken in this year's MLS Draft.
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