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Fuller Selected In MLS Draft

Fuller Selected In MLS Draft

Feb. 11, 2002

ORLANDO, FL – Clemson soccer player Ian Fuller was drafted in the second round of the Major League Soccer draft held Sunday at the All-Star Cafe at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida, the six-round SuperDraft featured the selection of 66 players from the college and professional ranks. Major League Soccer’s seventh season opens on Saturday, March 23 as the Columbus Crew battle the Chicago Fire live on ABC Sports at 4:00 p.m. ET.

Fuller was selected as the 21st pick overall by the New England Revolution. Fuller a native of Portland, OR, was a senior for the Tigers in the 2001 season. He led Clemson with 11 goals and eight assists for 30 points as a senior. He was named NSCAA All-South, and was named the ACC Tournament’s MVP as Clemson won the ACC Tournament last season.

Fuller is also pursuing professional offers in Europe.

CLEMSON PLAYERS PICKED IN THE MLS DRAFT
1996
Round 2 2nd Pick (12th Overall) Miles Joseph New York/New Jersey
4th Pick (14th Overall) Imad Baba New England
1997
Round 1 10th Pick Danny Care DC United
1998
Round 1 10th Pick Matt Jordan Dallas
1999
Round 2 2nd Pick (14th Overall) John Wilson Kansas City
3rd Pick (15th Overall) Wojtek Krakowiak San Jose
6th Pick (18th Overall) Jeff Bilyk Columbus
2000
Round 1 9th Pick John Wilson Kansas City
10th Pick Alan Woods Colorado
2001
Round 1 3rd Pick Mark Lisi DC United
Round 4 12th Pick (48th Overall) Pablo Webster Kansas City
Round 6 9th Pick (69th Overall) Mike Potempa Los Angeles
2002
Round 2 9th Pick (21st Overall) Ian Fuller New England

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