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Wild, Rozhanksy Selected in MLS SuperDraft

Maryland Athletics
1-19-2018
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PHILADELPHIA – Former Maryland soccer players Gordon Wild and Jake Rozhanksy were selected in the second round of the 2018 MLS SuperDraft Friday afternoon in Philadelphia.

Wild was chosen by Atlanta United with the 37th overall pick while Rozhansky was picked by Columbus Crew with the 44th overall selection. It marks the 15th consecutive year that Maryland has had a player selected in the SuperDraft. Former Terp George Campbell will await Sunday’s third and fourth rounds to find out his MLS fate.

A two-year player for the Terps after transferring from USC-Upstate after his freshman season, Wild scored 22 goals as a Terp and added seven assists. Wild was one of college soccer’s best during his sophomore season in 2016, racking up 17 goals en route to being named a finalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy.

Rozhansky, who served as a captain for the Terps this season, started all 19 matches and led the team with nine assists, while also bagging four goals. He was named to the All-Big Ten First Team and was named a semifinalist for the Senior CLASS Award. Rozhansky finished his Maryland career with 17 assists and seven goals.

Below is a breakdown of Terps and the MLS SuperDraft:
2018 – Jake Rozhanksy, second round (44th overall)
2018 – Gordon Wild, second round (37th overall)
2017 – Chris Odoi-Atsem, first round (12th overall)
2016 – Ivan Magalhaes, second round (26th overall)
2016 – Tsubasa Endoh, first round (9th overall)
2015 – Alex Shinsky, fourth round (68th overall)
2015 – Dan Metzger, second round (42nd overall)
2014 – Patrick Mullins, first round (11th overall)
2014 – Schillo Tshuma, first round (17th overall)
2013 - John Stertzer, first round (12th overall)
2013 - Taylor Kemp, first round (17th overall)
2012 - Casey Townsend, first round (fifth overall)
2011 - Zac MacMath, first round (fifth overall)
2011 - Billy Cortes, third round (38th overall)
2011 - Jason Herrick, third round (45th overall)
2010 - Drew Yates, second round (29th overall)
2010 - Kevin Tangney, third round (35th overall)
2009 - Omar Gonzalez, first round (third overall)
2009 - Rodney Wallace, first round (sixth overall)
2009 - Jeremy Hall, first round (11th overall)
2009 - A.J. Delagarza, second round (19th overall)
2009 - Graham Zusi, second round (23rd overall)
2008 - Stephen King, third round (40th overall)
2007 - Maurice Edu, first round (first overall)
2007 - Chris Seitz, first round (fourth overall)
2006 - Jason Garey, first round, (third overall)
2006 - Marc Burch, second round (24th overall)
2006 - Michael Dello-Russo, fourth round (42nd overall)
2006 - Kenney Bertz, fourth round (47th overall)
2005 - Domenic Mediate, second round (23rd overall)
2005 - Abe Thompson, supplemental draft second round (16th overall)
2005 - Noah Palmer, supplemental draft third round (25th overall)
2004 - Clarence Goodson, first round (seventh overall)
2004 - Scott Buete, first round (ninth overall)
2004 - Seth Stammler, second round (18th overall)
2004 - Sumed Ibrahim, second round (20th overall)
2002 - Taylor Twellman, first round (second overall)
2001 - Nick Downing, second round (21st overall)
2000 - Dan Califf, first round (sixth overall)
1999 - Keith Beach, second round (17th overall)
1999 - Randy Merkel, third round (33rd overall)
1998 - Leo Cullen, first round (first overall)
1998 - R.T. Moore, third round (34th overall)

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