NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Nine BIG EAST men's lacrosse players were selected in the 2010 Major League Lacrosse (MLL) draft on June 6 at the Lanman Center on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Conn. The MLL is comprised of six teams and the draft featured eight rounds and 48 totals picks.
Georgetown led all BIG EAST teams with four draft picks, Syracuse and Notre Dame each had two selections, while Rutgers sported one selection. Notre Dame's Scott Rodgers was the Conference's top pick, drafted by the Toronto Nationals, going first in the second round and seventh overall.
|Player ||Round ||Overall Pick ||Team |
|Scott Rodgers, Notre Dame ||2nd ||7th ||Toronto Nationals |
|Cody Jamieson, Syracuse ||2nd ||10th ||Toronto Nationals |
|Chris Daniello, Syracuse ||3rd ||15th ||Chesapeake Bayhawks |
|Scott Kocis, Georgetown ||3rd ||16th ||Long Island Lizards |
|Chris Nixon, Georgetown ||4th ||20th ||Boston Cannons |
|Justin Pennington, Rutgers ||5th ||25th ||Chicago Machine |
|Andrew Brancaccio, Georgetown ||5th ||30th ||Toronto Nationals |
|Grant Krebs, Notre Dame ||8th ||45th ||Boston Cannons |
|Craig Dowd, Georgetown ||8th ||46th ||Long Island Lizards |