Ranked fourth in school history for individual career draw controls with 130. Tied for fifth with twin sister, Jana Drummond, in individual career caused turnovers with 61.
2012: Played in all 19 games … tied for fourth on the team in goals with 29 on the season … took 64 shots, the second most on the team … scored a total of three game-winning goals, tying for the most on the team … scooped up a total of 30 groundballs, second only to twin sister Jana Drummond’s 31 … had a team-high 22 caused turnovers … had a career-high six goals and seven points and four caused turnovers in the conference win over California on April 27 (10-9) … took a career-high 12 shots at Temple (February 17, 12-14) … ranked fourth in school history for individual career draw controls with 130 … tied for fifth with twin sister Jana Drummond in individual career caused turnovers with 61 ... was named to the Second-Team All-MPSF and the MPSF All-Tournament Team.
2011: Named second-team All-MPSF and placed on the MPSF All-Tournament team … finished third on the squad with 34 goals and ranked fourth on the team with 35 points, both career highs … ranks second on the team with 15 caused turnovers and third on the Ducks with 31 draw controls … opened MPSF play with four goals in Oregon’s win over Fresno State (2/25)… tallied three goals, two ground balls, four draw controls and four caused turnovers at Louisville (3/4) … recorded three points on two goals and an assist against No. 18 Dartmouth (3/23) while netting four draw controls and a caused turnover … started all 14 games this season … tied a season high with four goals while collecting three draw controls against No. 7 Stanford (4/15) … recorded another hat trick against Stanford in the MPSF Tournament finals (5/1).
A Second-Team All-MPSF selection following her sophomore season ...
Paced the team with 42 draw contols ... Scored one goal on three shots
at Johns Hopkins (3/27) while recording season-high five ground balls
... Made team-high five draw controls to go with one goal on four shots
at No. 17 William and Mary (2/28) ... Had two goals on four shots to go
with two ground balls, three draw controls and three caused turnovers
against St. Bonaventure (2/21) ... Recorded four points on three goals
(2-of-2 FPS) and one assist with seven shots and team-high four ground
balls in season opener against Jacksonville (2/13).
2009: One of two freshmen to start all 17 games…fifth on the team in goals (21) and sixth in scoring (27)…had 30 draw controls and 54 fouls, ranking second in both categories…scored a goal on her first collegiate shot, a free position attempt vs. Stanford (Feb. 7)…scored 13 goals over a six-game stretch from March 6 to March 26 as the Ducks went 5-1…had seven multi-goal efforts, including three hat-tricks…scooped 15 ground balls, including a season-high five vs. Stony Brook.
High School: A 2008 graduate of East Grand Rapids High School in Michigan...played only her senior season for the Pioneers after transferring from Nashua High South in New Hampshire...at East Grand Rapids scored 89 goals with 46 assists and a team-leading 32 interceptions...in 2007 helped Nashua to the Division I championship as a starting midfielder, finishing the season with a 12-4 record...was a four-time all-state selection... high school accolades included ‘Player to Watch’ in Varsity Magazine, as well as, Outstanding Player and Versatile Player for NHS...also played basketball, field hockey and volleyball in high school...played four years for the Granite Star Elite Lacrosse Club...was named MVP of the Star Spangled Banner Tournament...also made the All-Star team...caused the most turnovers at the All-Star Express Tournament in 2006...11 of her teammates went on to play college lacrosse, including Cara Mulcahey, who is at MPSF-rival Saint Mary’s.
Personal: Parents are David and Anne Drummond...has two brothers, David and Joshua...has one sister, her twin and Oregon lacrosse teammate, Jana.