2012: Named to Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team ... started all 18 matches, 17 in goal and one in the field ... logged just over 1,565 minutes in goal ... posted five shutouts and shared another while owning a goals-against average of 1.21 ... earned a rare assist at California (11/9) ... started at defender in 3-2 win over Oregon State (10/18) ... in goal, earned first shutout in 1-0 opening-day win at San Francisco (8/24) ... made three saves and shutout No. 11 UC Irvine (9/7) ... turned aside seven shots in 2-0 shutout of California (10/4) ... made four saves at No. 25 UC Santa Barbara to earn second away shutout of a ranked team ... stopped four shots in 4-0 win at San Diego State.
2011: Split time in net with Jason Dodson, earning playing time in seven matches, including six starts ... compiled an impressive record of 3-2-1 ... played 613:16 minutes, allowing just eight goals ... finished with a goals against average of 1.18 ... made 16 saves on the year.
2010: Played 79 minutes in relief of an injured Jason Dodson in a 3-0 loss to California (10/2) ... allowed three goals and made two saves in his only game of the season ... finished his rookie year with a record of 0-1.
High School/Club: Played his club soccer at YMS Xplosion and won Pennsylvania state titles in 2005 and 2009 ... anchored the back for his club during Pennsylvania Region-1 premier league titles in 2006, 2007 and 2009 ... led Pennsbury to Suburban One League titles in 2006, 2008 and 2009 ... three-time all-conference selection at goalkeeper and named the All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Team in 2009 ... named to the Philadelphia Golden Team in 2009 ... an Adidas ESP All-Star Selection and a top-100 player on TopDrawerSoccer.com's list of 2010 players to watch ... represented the United States in several national training camps during his U-14 and U-15 seasons.
Personal: Major is undeclared... given name is Alexander, but goes by Drew ... son of John and Carol Hutchins ... has two older brothers who also played collegiate soccer ... oldest brother John played at Brown, while middle brother Sam played at Drexel.