|Parents:||Randy & Donna Drosick|
Drosick was a key player on the Eagles' defense during the 2012 season, and was one of just five players to start a school-record 24 games during the year. She was selected as an honorable mention to the all-University Athletic Association (UAA), and earned a spot on the NCAA All-Tournament Team for her play during the NCAA Championships. She helped the team record a .461 goals-against average, the 13th-best mark in Division III, and a 0.583 shutout percentage, the 30th-best mark in the country. Drosick and the Eagles defense also held opponents to 7.1 shots and 3.6 shots on goal per game. She was named the UAA Defensive Athlete of the Week on October 10th. The outside back earned her only assist of the season during the Eagles' 5-0 win against Case Western Reserve on October 12th. Drosick finished the season with five shots, including four on goal, while logging a career-high 1,882 minutes, the third-most by a player in school history.
Drosick played in 13 games for Emory in 2011, including four starts. She assisted on one goal during the season, the game-winning overtime goal against New York University on October 30th. Drosick contributed to an Emory defense that set a school record with just five goals allowed and a 0.242 goals-against average, the third-lowest mark among Division III squads in 2011. In addition, the Eagles backline set a new program high-water mark with 16 shutouts during the campaign, and were third in the nation with a 0.8 shutout percentage. Drosick helped the Emory defense limit opponents to just 6.35 shots per game and 2.6 shots on goal per game during the campaign. She took five shots during the year, two of which were on goal.
Drosick played in 22 games for the Emory defense during her freshman campaign, making 19 starts, including each of the last 18 games of the year. She was a key contributor to the Emory backline that recorded a 0.56 goals-against average, the 23rd-lowest mark among NCAA Division III teams during the year. Opponents averaged just 4.1 shots on goal per game against the Eagles' defense, including 11 games of three shots on goal or less. Drosick's 1,729 minutes played were the fourth-most in a single season in school history. She picked up her first collegiate points during the Eagles' NCAA Tournament second round match against Lynchburg College, assisting on the 'golden goal' during the second overtime. Drosick was named the UAA's Defensive Player of the Week on November 15th.
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|2012||NCAA All-Tournament Team|
|All-University Athletic Association||Honorable Mention|
Prior to Emory:
Played on the Turpin High School soccer team for four seasons, serving as the team captain... Earned first team all-league honors from 2008-09, and was named to the Division I all-city team in high school... Earned team most valuable honors in 2009... Was an all-southeast student athlete... Coached by Larry Chialastri... Played club soccer for the Classics Hammer FC, where she was coached by Tiffany Roberts... Also played basketball in high school.
Born May 28, 1992.
"I chose Emory because it is a great academic school with a competitive soccer team."