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KC forward CJ Sapong voted to MLS rookie
NEW YORK (AP) - Sporting Kansas City forward C.J. Sapong was voted Major League Soccer’s Rookie of the Year on Tuesday.
The 22-year-old, selected 10th in January’s draft after playing at James Madison, received 42 percent of media votes, 30 percent of player votes and 34 percent of club votes for a weighted total of 106 in balloting announced Tuesday.
D.C. United defender Perry Kitchen was second with a weighted total of 34.6, followed by Philadelphia midfielder Michael Farfan (33.5), Portland midfielder Darlington Nagbe (29) and Houston forward Will Bruin (28).
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