Wagner is top pick in WUSA draft

For the second year in a row, a Bronco women’s soccer standout was the top pick in the WUSA professional draft.

For the second year in a row, a Bronco women’s soccer standout was the top pick in the WUSA professional draft. Aly Wagner was the first pick by the San Diego Spirit, a year after former SCU defensive standout Danielle Slaton was picked by the Carolina Courage. Wagner’s teammate, midfielder Devvyn Hawkins, was selected third overall by the Boston Breakers. The All-Americans led SCU to the 2001 national championship and an appearance in the 2002 title game.

post-image Aly Wagner went No. 1 in WUSA draft.
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