Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Scouting Drennan: Has good speed and scoring ability...Strong
2001: Started 15 of 16 games…Scored seven goals and
added seven assists…Picked up 23 ground balls…Caused eight
turnovers…Won seven draw controls…Scored hat-trick against
2000: Started all 16 games for the Commodores in the
midfield...Scored three goals at Georgetown in first game
of the year...At New Hampshire, scooped four ground balls
and added one goal with two assists...Four ground balls against
Duke...One goal and three assists against Virginia Tech...Scored
game-winning goal against No. 10 Boston with 14 seconds left
in the final overtime period...Four goals and two assists
against Cornell...Third on team in assists and points with
16 and 35, respectively.
1999: Vanderbilt's unofficial "12th player,"
serving as the team's top reserve player...Saw action in 14
games primarily at midfield, but also on defense with an occasional
stint on attack...Made collegiate debut against Georgetown...Scored
her first career goal in a two-goal performance in win at
Denver...Her natural hat-trick early in the second half broke
a tie and propelled Vanderbilt to an 11-7 win at New Hampshire...Tallied
her first collegiate assist and caused a career-high three
turnovers in win over Notre Dame...Caused a turnover and scooped
two ground balls in loss at Cornell...Scooped three ground
balls against Delaware.
High School: All-Main Line selection in both 1997
and 1998....All-Inter-Ac conference selection in 1998....Named
a PASLA All-Star in 1998...Named to All-Montco/Delco second
team...Led her team in scoring in 1997 and 1998, with a two-year,
25-game total of 63 goals, 38 assists, 101 points, an average
of just over four points per game...Captained her team in
1998...Also lettered in tennis and basketball.
More on Drennan: Elizabeth Ann Drennan...Born 11/23/79...Daughter
of Joe and Betsy Drennan...Plans to major in Political Science...Favorite
movie is A Fish Called Wanda and favorite sports team is the
Drennan's Career Statistics
Drennan's Career Highlights
First Goal: at Denver, 3/12/99.
Goals: 4 vs. Cornell, 3/31/00.
Assists: 3 vs. Virginia Tech, 3/24/00.
Points: 6 vs. Cornell, 3/31/00.