Ranked first in school history with 146 career goals and third with 183 points. Ranked second in school history for single-season goals with 43 in the 2010 season. Ranked second in school history for single-season draw controls with 57 in the 2012 season. Ranked third in school history with individual career points with 183. Ranked fifth in school history in individual career groundballs with 102. Has a total of 156 career draw controls, placing second in school history. Has tallied 61 career caused turnovers, tied for fifth in school history with twin sister Jess Drummond.
2012: Played in all 19 games … led the team in groundballs
(31) and draw controls (57) in the 2012 season … tallied 33 goals, third best
on the team … totaled 46 points for the season, fourth best on the team … led
the team in shots on goal with 70 … ranked fourth best on the team for single-season assists with 13 … had 19 caused turnovers, second only to her twin
sister, Jess Drummond … had a career-high three assists versus Stanford on April
29 … scored a career-high seven points in one game twice, most recently against
UC Davis on April 8 (16-13) where she scored a season-high six goals … grabbed
a career-high seven draw controls in the 20-10 victory over Cincinnati on April
1 … ranked second in school history
for single-season draw controls with 57 this season … ranked third in school
history with individual career points with 183 … ranked
fifth in school history in individual career groundballs with 102 … has a total of 156 career draw controls, placing second in school
history … has tallied 61 career caused turnovers, tied for
fifth in school history … earned 2012 First-Team All-MPSF honors … tabbed as
the MPSF Player of the Week on April 9 after scoring a total of 11 goals in key
wins over Fresno State (21-4, April 6) and UC Davis ... named to the MPSF
All-Tournament Team...named to IWLCA All-Regional squad in addition to the All-MPSF All-Academic team.
2011: Earned first-team All-MPSF honors after scoring 36 goals (second on the team) and finishing third on the team with 42 points … recorded seven hat tricks … averaged 2.12 goals per game and 2.71 points per game … started all 17 games … fired a team-high 86 shots (65 on goal) … grabbed 38 draw controls (second on the team) and 19 ground balls for the season … netted three goals to go with one assist against Jacksonville (2/27) while picking up two ground balls, one draw control and forcing two turnovers … scored four goals, added three draw controls and caused a turnover in Oregon’s 16-5 win over Cincinnati (3/6) … tallied four points on three goals and an assist with four draw controls and one caused turnover against Vermont (3/25) … recorded her sixth four-point game of the year with three goals and an assist while grabbing a season-high tying five draw controls in a win over UC Davis (4/17) … scored twice and dished out an assist in Oregon’s 7-4 win over Denver in the MPSF Tournament semifinals (4/29).
A First-Team All-MPSF selection following her sophomore campaign ...
Oregon's goal leader with 43 scores ... Scored 11 goals in six MPSF
games ... Netted four goals on just six shots at UC Davis (4/18) ... Had
two goals and two assists in MPSF-opening win at Fresno State (4/4) ...
Tallied seven shots on goal on eight total shots with four goals
in addition to a team-high seven ground balls
and five caused
turnovers against Cincinnati (3/20) ... Set Oregon single-game record
with 13 shot attempts against No. 19 Louisville (3/6) as she scored four
goals ... Scored a game-high five goals against No. 17 William and Mary
(2/28) to go with four draw controls.
Selected as the MPSF’s co-newcomer of the year after leading the Ducks
in scoring with 42 points on 34 goals and eight assists…scored a
school-record seven goals in a loss at Cal (April 17), earning MPSF
co-player of the week honors…had five hat-tricks and nine multi-goal
games…scored 16 goals over UO’s last five games…had the game-winner
among her three goals vs. Virginia Tech (April 11)…ranked sixth on the
squad in draw controls (21) and eighth in ground balls (14)…appeared in
all 17 games, starting the final 14.
Personal: Parents are David and Anne Drummond...has two brothers, David and Joshua...has one sister, her twin and Oregon lacrosse teammate, Jess.