Washington Spirit Select Katie McClure 23rd Overall in 2020 NWSL Draft
BALTIMORE - The Washington Spirit have drafted Katie McClure with the 23rd overall pick in the 2020 NWSL Draft.
McClure, from Kansas, had a stellar senior season for the Jayhawks. McClure made 25 starts, scored 17 goals and notched nine assists over 1,775 minutes of work. The Wichita native earned two hat-tricks in 2019, putting three past Nebraska and Xaiver.
McClure was the Spirit's fourth pick of the day after selecting Ashley Sanchez (4), Natalie Jacobs (13) and Averie Collins (17).
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