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The 2015 NWSL College Draft will be held on January 16, 2015 in Philadelphia, PA.[1]

FormatEdit

  • Draft order was determined by the final 2014 regular season standings.

ResultsEdit

Round 1Edit

Pick

Player

Pos.

NWSL Team

Previous Team

1 TBD Houston Dash
2 TBD Sky Blue FC[R1 trade 1]
3 TBD Western New York Flash
4 TBD Sky Blue FC
5 TBD Chicago Red Stars
6 TBD Western New York Flash[R1 trade 2]
7 TBD Western New York Flash[R1 trade 3]
8 TBD Chicago Red Stars[R1 trade 4]
9 TBD Boston Breakers[R1 trade 5]

Round 2Edit

Pick

Player

Pos.

NWSL Team

Previous Team

10 TBD Houston Dash
11 TBD Boston Breakers
12 TBD FC Kansas City[R2 trade 1]
13 TBD Sky Blue FC
14 TBD Boston Breakers[R2 trade 2]
15 TBD Seattle Reign FC[R2 trade 3]
16 TBD FC Kansas City[R2 trade 4]
17 TBD FC Kansas City
18 TBD Boston Breakers[R2 trade 5]

Round 3Edit

Pick

Player

Pos.

NWSL Team

Previous Team

19 TBD FC Kansas City[R3 trade 1]
20 TBD Boston Breakers
21 TBD Western New York Flash
22 TBD Sky Blue FC
23 TBD Chicago Red Stars
24 TBD Boston Breakers[R3 trade 2]
25 TBD Portland Thorns FC
26 TBD FC Kansas City[R3 trade 3]
27 TBD Chicago Red Stars[R3 trade 4]

Round 4Edit

Pick

Player

Pos.

NWSL Team

Previous Team

28 TBD Houston Dash
29 TBD Boston Breakers
30 TBD Washington Spirit[R4 trade 1]
31 TBD Sky Blue FC
32 TBD Chicago Red Stars
33 TBD Boston Breakers[R4 trade 2]
34 TBD Portland Thorns FC
35 TBD FC Kansas City
36 TBD Seattle Reign FC

Draft notesEdit

Round 1:

  1. Boston Breakers → Sky Blue FC. 3 March 2014: Boston Breakers sent a 2014 International Roster spot and their first-round selection in the 2015 draft to Sky Blue FC in exchange for forward Lisa De Vanna.[2]
  2. Washington Spirit → Western New York Flash. 21 October 2014: Western New York Flash acquired midfielder Jordan Angeli and the sixth overall pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft for midfielder Angela Salem and defender Katherine Reynolds.[3]
  3. Portland Thorns → Western New York Flash. 5 April 2014: The Western New York Flash acquired defenders Kat Williamson and Courtney Wetzel and a first-round pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft from Portland Thorns FC. In exchange, Thorns FC received defender Sarah Huffman and a player to be named later.[4]
  4. FC Kansas City → Chicago Red Stars. 31 March 2014: FC Kansas City acquired defender Amy LePeilbet in a trade with the Chicago Red Stars. In return, Chicago receives FC Kansas City’s first round draft pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft and one of the team’s international roster spots for 2014 and 2015 seasons.[5]
  5. Seattle Reign FC → Boston Breakers. 18 November 2013: Seattle Reign FC acquired forward Sydney Leroux from the Boston Breakers in exchange for midfielder Kristie Mewis, goalkeeper Michelle Betos and the Reign’s first-round and second-round selections in the 2015 NWSL College Draft.[6]

Round 2:

  1. Western New York Flash → FC Kansas City. 20 February 2014: FC Kansas City sent an international roster slot to Western New York Flash for 2014 and 2015 in exchange for their second round draft pick in the 2015 College Draft.[7]
  2. Chicago Red Stars → Portland Thorns FC → Boston Breakers. 1 July 2013: Chicago Red Stars acquired Karina LeBlanc from the Portland Thorns FC in exchange for their 2015 College Draft second-round selection.[8] 17 January 2014: Portland Thorns FC traded the 7th pick in the 4th round of the 2014 NWSL College Draft and their 2nd round pick in the 2015 college draft to Boston Breakers for Michelle Betos.[9]
  3. Washington Spirit → Seattle Reign FC. 18 March 2013: Washington Spirit acquired FC Bayern Munich defender Niki Cross via a trade with Seattle Reign FC. In exchange, Seattle Reign FC will receive the Spirit’s second-round pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft.[10]
  4. Portland Thorns FC → Seattle Reign FC → FC Kansas City. 10 December 2013: Portland Thorns FC acquired defender Nikki Marshall and the No. 9 pick in the 2014 NWSL College Draft from Seattle Reign FC in exchange for Portland’s No. 6 pick in the 2014 NWSL College Draft and a second-round pick in the 2015 Draft.[11] 12 November 2014: FC Kansas City sent Merritt Mathias to Seattle Reign FC in exchange for Kate Deines and the 16th (2nd round) and 26th (3rd round) overall draft picks.[12]
  5. Seattle Reign FC → Boston Breakers → Western New York Flash. 18 November 2013: Seattle Reign FC acquired forward Sydney Leroux from the Boston Breakers in exchange for midfielder Kristie Mewis, goalkeeper Michelle Betos and the Reign’s first-round and second-round selections in the 2015 NWSL College Draft.[13] 3 November 2014: Boston Breakers traded the 18th pick in the 2th round of the 2015 NWSL College Draft to Western New York Flash for Amy Barczuk.[14]

Round 3:

  1. Houston Dash → FC Kansas City. 9 July 2014: Houston Dash acquired forward Melissa Henderson from FC Kansas City in exchange for their third round pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft.[15]
  2. Washington Spirit → Boston Breakers. 18 June 2014: Washington Spirit sent defender Bianca Sierra and their third and fourth round picks in the 2015 NWSL College Draft to the Boston Breakers in exchange for Lisa De Vanna and a 2014 international roster spot.[16]
  3. FC Kansas City → Seattle Reign FC → FC Kansas City. 5 December 2013: FC Kansas City acquired forward Liz Bogus and the 17th overall selection in the 2014 NWSL College Draft from Seattle Reign FC in exchange for the 15th overall pick in the 2014 NWSL College Draft and FC Kansas City's third round pick in the 2015 College Draft.[17] 12 November 2014: FC Kansas City sent Merritt Mathias to Seattle Reign FC in exchange for Kate Deines and the 16th (2nd round) and 26th (3rd round) overall draft picks.[18]
  4. Seattle Reign FC → Boston Breakers → Chicago Red Stars. 23 October 2013: Seattle Reign FC sent their 3rd round picks in the 2014 and 2015 NWSL College Draft to the Boston Breakers in exchange for midfielder Mariah Nogueira.[19] 29 October 2013: Chicago Red Stars acquired the rights to defender Casey Short and a third round pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft from the Boston Breakers in exchange for the 11th overall pick in the 2014 NWSL College Draft.[20]

Round 4:

  1. Western New York Flash → Washington Spirit. 3 March 2014: Washington Spirit acquired midfielder Veronica Perez and a fourth round pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft from Western New York Flash in exchange for an international roster spot for the 2014 and 2015 seasons.[21]
  2. Washington Spirit → Boston Breakers. 18 June 2014: Washington Spirit sent defender Bianca Sierra and their third and fourth round picks in the 2015 NWSL College Draft to the Boston Breakers in exchange for Lisa De Vanna and a 2014 international roster spot.[22]

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See alsoEdit

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