Los Angeles Galaxy Ins and Outs, Jan. 18, 2011


Galaxy Does the Business at the Supplemental Draft

Bruce Arena's Los Angeles Galaxy went to work in making their picks in the 2010 Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft. The fruits of their labor—two midfielders, a defender and a goalkeeper.

Dartmouth's Daniel Keat, a member of the 2008 New Zealand Olympic team, is a 5'10" 165 pound midfielder who tallied 20 goals and 13 assists in 64 matches for the Big Green. In his senior year, he helped lead Dartmouth to the NCAA Tournament, progressing as far as the third round. Keat was picked third overall in the Supplemental Draft.

Stanford's Ryan Thomas is a 5'9", 160-pound defender and a former teammate of SuperDraft selection Hector Jimenez from his days with youth side Arsenal FC. As a junior, Thomas led Stanford to the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament and finished his career with two goals and 12 assists.

Thomas was picked 16th overall in the Supplemental Draft and was one happy ...

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