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Three Tigers Taken in MLS Draft

Three Tigers Taken in MLS Draft

Jan. 19, 2003

KANSAS CITY, MO-Three Clemson soccer players were selected in the MLS Super Draft held at Kansas City, MO.

Clemson goalkeeper Doug Warren was the 14th pick by D.C. United. Defender Ricky Lewis was the 20th pick overall by the Los Angeles Galaxy. Striker Dimelon Westfield was the 22nd selection and went to the New England Revolution.

Warren was a member of the U-23 national team and a NSCAA All-American this past season. Lewis came out after his junior season as he had four goals and six assists. Westfield was also an NSCAA All-American and led the Tigers in scoring with 20 goals and five assists in his senior season.

History of Clemson Players Taken 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

2003 Round 2 2nd pick (14th Overall) Doug Warren DC United 10th pick (20th Overall) Ricky Lewis Los Angeles Round 3 2nd pick (22nd Overall) Dimelon Westfield New England

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