Results of the 2013 MLL's Collegiate Lacrosse Draft

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (Friday, January 11) - Major League Lacrosse held its 13th Collegiate Draft on Friday night at the U.S. Lacrosse Convention in Philadelphia, Pa.

With the first overall selection in the 2013 MLL Collegiate Draft, the Ohio Machine selected Colgate attackman Peter Baum. Baum led the 2012 NCAA season in many categories including Goals (67), Points (97) and Points per Game (5.39).

Overall 64 college seniors were selected over eight rounds with Johns Hopkins, Loyola and the University of Maryland being the most represented schools with five selections each.

"The collegiate draft is always a great event to start our season," said MLL Commissioner David Gross. "All the teams greatly improved their rosters with the players they selected."

Players may sign contracts with Major League Lacrosse after their 2013 college season is over.

No.       Team           Player                 Pos.   College

Round 1
1 Ohio Peter Baum A Colgate
2 Hamilton Chris LaPierre M Virginia
3 Charlotte Tucker Durkin D Johns Hopkins
4 Chesapeake* Jesse Bernhardt D Maryland
5 Hamilton* Josh Hawkins M Loyola
6 Boston Cameron Flint M Denver
7 Denver Brian Megill D Syracuse
8 Charlotte* Mike Sawyer A Loyola

Round 2
9 Boston^ Scott Ratliff D Loyola
10 Hamiton Jason Noble D Cornell
11 Ohio^ Logan Schuss A Ohio State
12 Ohio^ Marcus Holman A North Carolina
13 Ohio^ Chase Carraro M Denver
14 Boston Will Manny A UMass
15 Hamilton^ John Haus M Maryland
16 Chesapeake Kevin Cooper M Maryland

Round 3
17 Rochester** John Ranagan M Johns Hopkins
18 Hamilton Casey Carroll D Duke
19 Denver** Davis Butts M Loyola
20 Rochester** Ryan Clarke M Salisbury
21 Hamilton** James "Garrett" Thul A Army
22 Boston Lee Coppersmith M Johns Hopkins
23 Denver Landon Carr M Maryland
24 Charlotte** Owen Blye A Maryland

Round 4
25 Rochester^^ John Kemp G Notre Dame
26 Hamilton Reid Actin D Loyola
27 Charlotte Mason Poli D Bryant
28 Charlotte^^ Matt White A Virginia
29 Denver^^ Eric Law A Denver
30 Boston Jake Smith D UMass
31 Denver Roger Ferguson D Brown
32 Chesapeake Dominic Sebastiani M Delaware

Round 5
33 Ohio Dominique Alexander M Ohio State
34 Hamilton Mike Poppelton FO Johns Hopkins
35 Chesapeake*^ Adrian Sorichetti M Hofstra
36 Denver*^ Aaron Prosser M Drexel
37 New York JoJo Marasco M Syracuse
38 Rochester*^ Brett Schmidt A Mt. St. Mary's
39 Denver Dante Fantoni A Lehigh
40 Rochester*^ David Lawson M Duke

Round 6
41 Ohio Joe Lisicky D Lynchburg
42 Hamilton Jake Tripucka M Duke
43 Charlotte Max Van Bourgondien M Cornell
44 Rochester Matt Miller D Notre Dame
45 Rochester^* Noah Molnar M Lehigh
46 Boston David DiMaria A Lehigh
47 New York^* John Antoniades FO Hofstra
48 Charlotte^* Brian Casey M Georgetown

Round 7
49 Ohio Colin Fleming M UMass
50 Hamilton Cameron Mann M Jacksonville
51 Charlotte Michael McCormack D Yale
52 Rochester Peter Johnson D Yale
53 New York Steve Murphy M Notre Dame
54 Boston Brendan Buckley D Army
55 Denver Sam Snow M Fairfield
56 New York^^^ Mark Mullen D Hofstra

Round 8
57 Ohio Kevin Mack M Ohio State
58 Hamilton Nick Doherty M Villanova
59 Charlotte Kyle Feeney G Bucknell
60 Rochester Zach Palmer A Johns Hopkins
61 New York Jeffrey Tundo M Stony Brook
62 Boston Quinn Cully M Notre Dame
63 Denver Dillon Ayers D St. John's
64 Rochester*** Marshall Johnson M Fairfield


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