Amber Drumm | #7 | MF
Hometown: Maple Valley, Wash.
Previous School: Tahoma HS
Major: Cellular Biology
**2nd Team All-RMAC (2010)**
**2nd Team Academic All-RMAC (2010)**
**1st Team NSCAA Scholar All-West Region (2010)**
**2009 Second Team Academic All-RMAC**
**4-time A.D.'s Honor Roll**
**2008 & 2009 Team MVP**
As a Junior (2010): Drumm saw 18 games and 18 starts in her junior year season, for 1,564 minutes played... She scored 6 goals in 2010... In her junior season she was one goal shy of doubling her previous career goal record of seven, and two points shy of doubling her previous career points record of 15... She took 30 shots, the most in a game being four both at Angelo State and later against Ft. Lewis... Scored three goals on penatly kicks, becoming the Grizzlies’ season and career record-holder for both attempts and goals on penalty kicks... A 2nd Team All-RMAC and Academic All-RMAC selection... A 1st Team NSCAA Scholar All-West Region selection.
As a Sophomore (2009): Played and started all 20 games as a central defender... Never left the field. playing for all 1,840 minutes of the team's season... Named as the Team MVP for the second straight year... Moved back to that position to shore up a young back line... Scored an 86th minute free kick goal at Nebraska-Kearney on Oct. 8, the first Grizzly RMAC road win in nearly two years... Took 12 shots including at least one in seven straight games from Oct. 8 through 25, a stretch in which the Grizzlies went 3-2-2 while recording two shutouts... Had five of her six total shots on goal in that stretch.
As a Freshman (2008): Made an immediate and major impact as the Grizzlies' leading scorer in 2008 with six goals and 13 points... Those figures are tied for fifth and sixth best, respecitvely, in the Grizzlies' single-season history... Named as team's MVP... Played in all 20 matches, making 17 starts... Kicked the season off in a big way after scoring two goals on her only two shots including the game winner en-route to ASC's only win of the season over Wayne State (Neb.) in the season opener... Also registered goals against Colorado Christian (Sept. 12 & Oct. 31), Texas-Permian Basin (Sept. 27) and Mesa State (Oct. 24) ... Also an assist against Montana State-Billings (Sept. 6)... Took 33 shots throughout the year, 16 of which were on goal.
Prep: Played center midfielder and center back positions for the Tahoma Bears of Covington, Wash… Earned first team all-league honors in 2007 as she helped lead the Corinne Welch coached team to the state semifinals… Named team captain and MVP… Also named as Kent Valley Newspaper Player of the Week… Was a second team all-league pick… Also a participant on school’s cross country, basketball, and track team… Was an honorable mention all-league basketball player in 2008… Also received coach's award... Was named as team MVP while earning all-state honors in cross country in 2005… Was a district finalist in track from 2004-08... Named Troy Rawling Senior Athlete of the Year.
Club: Played for MRFC Santos club team coached by Bill Crook… Helped lead the team to a state championship and a third place finish at regionals... The squad was ranked seventh in the nation... Was a member of the Maple Valley Marauders state championship club team in 2003.
In the Classroom: Majoring in cellular biology with minors in math and chemistry... Career ambition is to be a doctor... Held a 3.50 cumulative GPA after the 2010 spring semester... Named to the RMAC All-Academic team in 2009... Was a second team selection... Has been named to the A.D.'s Honor Roll after all four of her semesters at ASC... Held a 3.95 high school GPA.
Off the Pitch: Born 2/14/1990… Daughter of Randall Drumm and Regina Castagna… Sister Tauni is 21... Brother Jake is 17... Favorite movie is The Princess Bride… Favorite food is chicken pot pie... Favorite professional sports team is the Seattle Sounders... Mother Regina competed in soccer and track throughout high school… She was a high school All-American in soccer and a High School Honorable Mention All-American in track… She went on to a track and cross country career at Bellevue Community College and the University of Montana, where she was an athlete of the year finalist… As an adult she was a member of four National Championship Women’s Over 30 division teams.