Taken from UNM'S Daily Lobo Newspaper:
Former UNM goalkeeper Mike Graczyk will get the chance to shut down professional offenses.
Graczyk - one of the most successful Lobos in program history - was drafted in Thursday's MLS Supplemental Draft by the Colorado Rapids. He was the 19th overall pick, taken by Colorado in the second round.
The standout goalie put together an impressive career while at UNM. He owns the program record for shutouts, with 30. His .64 goals against average is the best in school history.
Graczyk was a critical part of a Lobo team that won three-straight Mountain Pacific Sports Federation titles. He earned two shutouts in the 2005 NCAA Tournament, which landed him on the College Cup All-Tournament Team.
Mike goes to Desert Spring Church and is a friend and brother in Christ. It is awesome to see this happening for him and I pray that God uses this to spread His Name in the MLS (Major League Soccer) organization.
Great Job Mike!!!
Props: (Daily Lobo)