Major League Lacrosse draft

The Major League Lacrosse draft is the annual draft of outstanding amateur lacrosse players from American colleges and universities into the professional ranks of Major League Lacrosse (MLL). The North American league, made up of 9 teams, began conducting the draft in 2001.[1]

First round picks

SeasonDateLocationMLL TeamPlayerPositionCollegeSource
2001June 1, 2001Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys, Baltimore, MDRochester RattlersRyan MollettDefensePrinceton
2002June 2, 2002Cawley Stadium, Lowell, MARochester RattlersJosh CoffmanMidfielderSyracuse
2003May 29, 2003The Haverford School, Haverford, PABridgeport BarrageChris RotelliMidfielderVirginia
2004June 3, 2004Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CTBaltimore BayhawksMichael PowellAttackSyracuse
2005June 1, 2005Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CTNew Jersey PrideKyle HarrisonMidfielderJohns Hopkins
2006May 31, 2006Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CTRochester Rattlers Joe WaltersAttackMaryland
2007May 31, 2007Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NYChicago MachinePat HeimMidfielderPenn State
2008May 28, 2008Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJBoston CannonsPaul RabilMidfielderJohns Hopkins
2009May 27, 2009Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJChicago Machine Kenny NimsAttackSyracuse
2010June 6, 2010Yale University, New Haven, CTChicago Machine Ned CrottyAttackDuke[2][3]
2011January 21, 2011Pratt Street Power Plant, Baltimore, MDHamilton Nationals Kevin CrowleyMidfielderStony Brook[4]
2012January 13, 2012Philadelphia Marriott's Liberty Ballroom, Philadelphia, PALong Island Lizards Rob PannellAttackCornell[5]
2013January 11, 2013Philadelphia Marriott's Liberty Ballroom, Philadelphia, PAOhio MachinePeter BaumAttackColgate[6]
2014January 10, 2014Philadelphia Marriott's Liberty Ballroom, Philadelphia, PAOhio MachineTom SchreiberMidfieldPrinceton[7]
2015January 23, 2015Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MDFlorida Launch Lyle ThompsonAttackAlbany[8]
2016January 22, 2016Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MDAtlanta Blaze Myles JonesMidfieldDuke[9]
2017May 28, 2017Toby Keith's Bar and Grill, Foxoborough, MAFlorida LaunchDylan MolloyAttackBrown[10]
2018April 18, 2018The U.S. Lacrosse Headquarters, Sparks, MarylandBoston CannonsTrevor BaptisteMidfieldUniversity of Denver

The full draft article is linked in the season column.


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  7. "2014 Collegiate Draft Results" (Press release). Major League Lacrosse. January 10, 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2017.
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