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Timbers acquire Zemanski from Chivas USA

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Associated Press
2/13/2013 5:27:56 PM
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PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Portland Timbers acquired midfielder Ben Zemanski from Chivas USA on Wednesday for allocation money and the right of first refusal to defender Jonathan Bornstein.

The 24-year-old Zemanski has two goals and seven assists in 72 games in three MLS seasons.

Before he was selected in the third round of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft, Zemanski was a standout at the University of Akron under then-coach Caleb Porter, who is now head coach of the Timbers.

Bornstein was acquired by the Timbers in the 2010 expansion draft, but currently plays for the first-division Mexican club Tigres UANL.

Ryan Johnson and Ben Zemanski (Photo: Abelimages/Getty Images)

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