The Washington Times - June 10, 2009, 07:05PM

You might wonder why Virginia, a team still alive in the College World Series would have only three players taken in the first 30 rounds of the MLB draft.

A big reason is the Cavaliers only have 10 juniors and seniors.

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Meanwhile, George Mason had five players picked between the 19th and 25th rounds.

A rundown of today’s picks; there’s 20 more rounds tomorrow.

GEORGE MASON

OF Scott Krieger (Milwaukee, 19th round, No. 586 overall)
3B Chris Henderson (L.A. Dodgers, 21st round, No. 637 overall)
RHP Jordan Flasher (Boston, 22nd round, No. 678 overall)
LHP Mike Modica (Houston, 24th round, No. 731 overall)
1B Justin Bour (Chicago Cubs, 25th round, No. 770 overall)

GEORGE WASHINGTON

RHP Pat Lehman (Washington, 13th round, No. 382 overall)

VIRGINIA

RHP Andrew Carraway (Seattle, 12th round, No. 353 overall)
LHP Jeff Lorick (Atlanta, 20th round, No. 598 overall)
RHP Robert Poutier (San Diego, 29th round, No. 864 overall)

VIRGINIA TECH

OF Steve Bumbry (Baltimore, 12th round, No. 356 overall)
RHP Rhett Ballard (Colorado, 26th round, No. 781 overall)

Patrick Stevens