2015: Drew remains one of the Hounds' most consistent players, and he once again appeared in all 14 regular-season games. Taking advantage of opportunities in transition, Drew recorded 7 points (5g, 2a), a mark he hadn't reached since his rookie season with Rochester. The midfielder finished the year with a personal best of 23 groundballs.
2014: Drew appeared in all 14 games for the Hounds during the 2014 season. He remained a constant threat on the faceoff wing as well as in transition. The third-year defensive midfielder registered 22 groundballs, which ranked sixth among Hounds players, and added two goals and two assists. The MLL took notice and selected Drew to his first All-Star game
2013: The defensive midfielder was traded to the Hounds from the Rattlers in September of 2012 and significantly boosted the team’s transition play and offensive possessions with his play on the faceoff wing. In 16 games with the Hounds (including the postseason), Drew contributed five points (2g, 3a) and collected 25 groundballs.
2012: Drew was drafted by the Rochester Rattlers in the second round (13th overall) of the 2012 MLL Collegiate Draft. He played in 11 games for the Rattlers, recording five goals, two assists and 15 groundballs.
Collegiate: In four years at Syracuse, Drew put up 20 goals and four assists while adding 89 groundballs and 27 caused turnovers. The defensive midfielder was twice named All-Big East (First Team in 2012, Second Team in 2011).