New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - After Chivas USA was closed down last month, Major League Soccer held a dispersal draft on Wednesday that saw seven of the clubs players selected, including goalkeeper Dan Kennedy, who was the first pick by FC Dallas.
Expansion team New York City FC used the second selection on midfielder Matthew Dunn, while D.C. United, picking fourth, chose midfielder Thomas McNamara, who showed promise before going down with an ACL injury that forced him to miss a large part of the season.
A pair of homegrown players, forward Caleb Calvert and midfielder Marco Delgado were selected by the Colorado Rapids and Toronto FC respectively.
The other two players chosen in Wednesday's draft were Donny Toia, by the Montreal Impact, and Kristopher Tyrpak, who was snapped up by the San Jose Earthquakes.
Players unselected in the Dispersal Draft will take part in the Re-Entry Draft, if eligible, or will be made available via the Waiver Draft on Dec. 10.