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Senior Sit Down
(The Stanford Daily - Oct. 3, 2012)

Field Hockey: Winter Life
(www.gostanford.com - March 1, 2012)

19 Hours: Stanford Field Hockey
(www.gostanford.com - Oct. 10, 2011)

2011: Longstreth/NFHCA First Team All-American, becoming the 14th player in school history to earn the honor ... Longstreth/NFHCA West Region Player of the Year ... NorPac Defensive Player of the Year ... NorPac Co-Player of the Year ... NorPac All-Tournament Team selection ... NFHCA All-Academic honoree ... one of 10 players to start all 21 games ... finished with team-leading totals in goals (16), points (39), shots (91) and shots on goal (50) ... 16 goals represented a career-high total and 39 points were most for a Stanford player since Sara Hallock's 52 in 1993 ... program's first leading goal scorer in back-to-back seasons since Jess Zutz accomplished the feat in 2006-07 ... credited with three game-winning goals ... posted her first career hat trick in the season opener against Hofstra (Aug. 27) while firing off a season-best 11 shots ... scored twice, attempted six shots and came up with a defensive save against California (Sept. 23) ... contributed two goals and one assist against Harvard (Oct. 8) ... added one goal and two assists at Michigan (Oct. 30) ... matched a season high with 11 shots against Appalachian State (Nov. 3) ... 2-2 in penalty strokes, converting opportunities against Harvard (Oct. 8) and UC Davis (Oct. 21).

2010: Longstreth/NFHCA All-West Region honoree ... NorPac Defensive Player of the Year ... All-NorPac selection ... NorPac Tournament MVP, tallying five goals, three assists, 13 points and 20 shots over a three-game span ... started all 21 games, leading the team in goals (13), assists (10), points (36) and shots (88) ... contributed four game-winning goals ... 2-3 in penalty stroke attempts, becoming the first player in school history to convert on two strokes in the same season since Julia Drewes was 3-3 in 2005 ... scored two goals in seven minutes to pace Stanford past California (Nov. 6) in the NorPac Tournament title game ... registered a career-high 12 shots while scoring two goals and dishing out two assists in a rout of Appalachian State (Nov. 4) ... chipped in with one goal, two assists and seven shots against Harvard (Oct. 8) ... against UC Davis (Sept. 3), fired off nine shots while scoring two goals.

2009: NorPac Rookie of the Year ... All-NorPac First Team honoree ... NorPac All-Tournament Team selection ... named to the All-Rookie squad by WomensFieldHockey.com ... appeared in all 22 games, making 21 starts ... ranked second on the squad in goals (13), points (33), shots (67) and shots on goal (43) ... led the team with five game-winning goals ... also chipped in with seven assists ... scored her first career goal against Kent State (Sept. 6) ... dished out her first two assists of the season in the following game, a 3-1 win at Northwestern (Sept. 10) ... tallied two multi-goal games, scoring twice against La Salle (Oct. 3) and California (Oct. 23) ... against top-ranked and defending national champion Maryland (Oct. 30), contributed one goal, one assist and a team-high four shots ... fired off a season-high eight shots in a win over Appalachian State (Nov. 5) ... attempted at least four shots in a game seven times.

High School: Member of five indoor and outdoor County Schools championship squads ... four-time team captain ... guided her team to a 2004 Regional Schools indoor title ... two-time recipient of the Old Borlasian Grant for Excellent Achievement (2007, 2008) ... also competed in track and field, establishing school records in the U18 shot put, discus and javelin.

Other Field Hockey: Earned three different Player of the Year honors and played on three championship squads while competing for club teams Wycombe Rye and Reading ... possesses a wealth of national team experience as a member of England's U16 and U18 squads, in addition to winning a gold medal at the Home Nations Tournament and claiming a bronze medal at the 4 Nations Tournament.

Personal: Parents are Martin and Daphne Dru ... considering pursuing a major in human biology or biology.

Career Statistics

YearGPGAPts.Sh.GWG
20092213733675
201021131036884
20112116739913
Totals64422410824612

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