Creighton men’s soccer player Sergio Castillo was selected by the Houston Dynamo in the second round of the Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft Tuesday afternoon. Castillo’s selection extends Creighton’s impressive streak of being the only college program in the country to have at least one player selected in every draft since the league’s inception in 1996.
Castillo, who was a defensive midfielder, started 59 of his 71 career games for the Bluejays. He was twice named to the Missouri Valley Conference second-team (2008, 2010) and twice earned MVC All-Tournament honors (2007, 2009).
He scored Creighton’s final goal of the 2010 season, a late go-ahead tally at seventh-ranked SMU in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Castillo helped Creighton log 36 shutouts over the past four seasons, including a school-record 13 during his sophomore season in 2008. The Bluejays ranked second in the NCAA with a 0.48 goals against average in 2008.