2012 MLS Supplemental Draft: Two St. John's Players Among Five Big East Selections

The co-owner of the Vancouver Whitecaps, Steve Nash, saw his team pick up a Big East player today in the Supplemental Draft.

The 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft took place today. The Big East didn't dominate the selections as it did during the SuperDraft but still finished with five selections.

Here are all the picks from today's Supplemental Draft.

First Round

No. 14 Nickardo Blake, defender, (Connecticut Huskies), Toronto FC

Second Round

No. 2 Greg Klazura, defender/midfielder, (Notre Dame), Vancouver Whitecaps

No. 16 Pablo Punyed, midfielder, (St. John's Red Storm), Sporting Kansas City

Third Round

No. 3 Kevin Garcia, defender, (Villanova Wildcats), New England Revolution

No. 11 Walter Hines, forward, (St. John's), FC Dallas

Looking at the future Big East teams: SMU had two selections. Midfielder Arthur Ivo went to Toronto FC in the Third Round (4th selection) and defender Ian Kalis went to FC Dallas in the Fourth round (11th selection).

If you're wondering why we're bringing you coverage of Big East men's soccer all of a sudden, it's because the response was overwhelmingly in favor of it in the unscientific poll we had on the site.

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