Bock, a Neuqua Valley graduate, was taken one spot ahead of her college teammate and two-time Hermann Trophy winner Kerri Hanks.
Charlie Naimo, the Sol general manager, said the plans are to keep Bock as a midfielder. But he indicated she might also play forward as she did the past two years with the Fighting Irish, who she helped to three consecutive College Cup appearances.
"We want to see how she's going to fit with the rest of our players," Naimo said. "We just know we got a great player on our hands. And we're really excited to see what her play and training might dictate."
Bock, who was unavailable for immediate comment, also became the second female from Naperville drafted by a team based in Los Angeles in the past year. Candace Parker was chosen first overall by the L.A. Sparks in the 2008 WNBA Draft.