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Jessica Drummond
Position: Assistant Coach
Hometown: Nashua, N.H.
Alma Mater: Oregon
Experience: 1 Year

Jessica Drummond was named Dartmouth's assistant coach in August and will begin her second season with the Big Green when the 2015 regular season gets underway.

Drummond began her time with the program with the 2014 season as the team went 6-8 overall and 3-4 in Ivy Legaue games.

Drummond, a Nashua, N.H., native, comes to Hanover after a four-year playing career with the Oregon Ducks that wrapped up in 2012. She remained with her alma mater during the 2013 season as well, serving as an undergraduate assistant coach working with the full-time staff on daily tasks associated with practices and game management.

A team-oriented player, Drummond left Oregon ranked fourth in program history in career draw controls and fifth in ground balls. Her ability to contribute all over the field in her time in Eugene twice earned her the team’s “Hardest Worker” award as voted on by players and coaches.

In 2012, Drummond was part of a Ducks team that claimed the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Championship and a spot in the NCAA Tournament Play-In Game, capping off the best season in program history.

For her part in helping to grow lacrosse at Oregon, Drummond was tabbed as an MPSF All-Second Team honoree in three straight seasons (2010-12). Those three years also saw Drummond claim a spot on the league’s all-tournament team.

No stranger to coaching experience, Drummond was the co-founder of the Great Lakes Elite Women’s Lacrosse Travel Team (U15 and U18) in Michigan, serving as the director and head coach between 2010 and 2011 as well. There, she prepared prospective collegiate student-athletes for the college recruitment process in addition to duties on the field.

-July 2014-

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