Elander, a catcher who has started all 60 games this season and is batting .316, was taken by the Atlanta Braves with the 21st pick of the sixth round (209th overall). One of two MW players named to the 2012 Capital One Academic Division I All-American team, Elander leads the Horned Frogs with 10 home runs and 14 stolen bases in 21 attempts.
Von Tungeln, an outfielder who is batting .301 with 10 doubles, five triples and a pair of home runs, was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 13th round (408th overall). A second-team All-MW selection, Von Tungeln has driven in 24 runs this season while stealing 12 bases in 17 attempts.
Meanwhile, New Mexico junior right-hander Austin House, who helped lead the Lobos to their second consecutive MW Tournament title, was taken by the Oakland A's in the 14th round (439th overall). A unanimous first-team All-MW selection, House leads the league in innings pitched this year with 111.2. He finished the 2012 campaign with an 8-5 record in 16 appearances, posting a 2.74 ERA while striking out 91, the third-highest total in the Conference.
Fresno State, which will officially join the MW on July 1, had four players selected on Tuesday, including junior right-hander Justin Haley (6th round, Boston Red Sox, 211th overall); senior right-hander Taylor Garrison (7th round, New York Yankees, 247th overall); senior right-hander Cody Kendall (8th round, Texas Rangers, 276th overall); and senior left-handed pitcher Thomas Harlan (13th round, Pittsburgh Pirates, 406th overall).
Nevada, which will also join the MW on July 1, was represented in the draft by junior catcher Carlos Escobar, who was selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 15th round with the 464th pick overall.
The draft concludes Wednesday with rounds 16-40. Coverage begins live at Noon ET on MLB.com. Juniors are eligible to return to their respective teams if they do not sign prior to the July 13th deadline.