AS A SENIOR (2011): Drew 199 total minutes of action while playing as a sub against Oklahoma (20 mins. - 8/21), #8 UCLA (seven mins. - 8/26), Middle Tennessee (18 mins. - 9/2), UNC Greensboro (17 mins. - 9/4), Charlotte (16 mins. - 9/9), Coastal Carolina (a season-high 34 mins. - 9/16), #6 Florida (11 mins. - 9/25), Arkansas (32 mins. - 10/2), Mississippi State (11 mins. - 10/9), Vanderbilt (17 mins. - 10/16), on her "Senior Day" versus #22 Auburn (11 mins. - 10/23) and in the NCAA Tournament against Ohio State (five mins. - 11/12)...Registered her first shot and shot on goal of the season in the 5-0 rout of Charlotte.
AS A JUNIOR (2010): Drew playing time during eight matches (two starts), totaling three shots and two on frame...Picked up her second start of the campaign during Tennessee's 1-0 (2OT) victory over Mississippi State (10/8) and was credited with a shot on goal in her 19 minutes of action...Received 37 minutes as a sub during UT's 1-0 loss to Kentucky (10/3)...Registered her first start of the year during the 1-1, 2OT tie against LSU (9/26), contributing 18 minutes at forward...Totaled 66 minutes of combined playing time in the midfield for Tennessee during matches against Western Kentucky (12 min.-8/20), at #1 North Carolina (two min.-9/4) versus Arizona (24 min.-9/12) and against Chattanooga (28 min.-9/19)
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Drew starts in the midfield during 14 of her 19 matches played and received playing time in all 11 Southeastern Conference contests (10 starts)...Tallied a single assist during the 2009 campaign...Played 68 minutes in the 1-0 (2OT) loss to #10 Florida (11/4) at the SEC Tournament...Started against #5 South Carolina (10/18), #11 Florida (10/16), #24 Ole Miss (10/11) and at Alabama (10/25)...Was credited with the initial assist of her Lady Vol career on Amy Harrison's goal at 27:52 to down Kentucky (10/4), 1-0...Subbed into the Western Carolina (9/13) contest and blasted a shot on goal...Drew a start in the midfield and fired off one shot in the 1-0 victory over Wisconsin (9/6) in Minneapolis, Minn....Registered a shot on goal as a starter in the midfield during the 3-2 (2OT) loss to Arizona State (8/28) and entered as a sub versus Pepperdine (8/30)...Started in the midfield for the Big Orange during UT's 2-0 victory over ETSU (8/22) in the season opener and recorded one shot...Received her second consecutive Academic All-SEC selection.
AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Saw action in 16 matches as a rookie, making three starts...Served as a valuable reserve on the backline...Part of the defense post a 1.23 goals against average on the year...Helped the Lady Vols record six shutouts...Notched her first appearance in the opener against Chattanooga...Saw all three of her starts come during conference play...Played in eight league matches, including all 103 minutes of the double-overtime loss at Auburn.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year letterwinner at Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tenn....Helped the Eagles to a regional championship in 2006...Served as a captain in 2007...Was forced to sit out her sophomore year due to injury...Earned 2006 and 2007 all-state selections...Was named to the National Christian School Athletic Association All-America Team in 2006...Collected All-South Region honors in 2007, despite suffering a torn ACL...Club credentials include seven state championships with Real Madrid...Helped the squad to four straight state titles from 2004-07...In 2007, Real Madrid earned a regional semifinal berth and was ranked seventh in the nation...Participated with the ODP Regional team in 2006...Also a four-year letterwinner in track and field, reaching the regional championships each year...Earned all-state honors in 2004 and all-region nods from 2005-07.
PERSONAL: Majoring in communication studies...Her goal is to join the Peace Corps...Was a volunteer with Junior Girls Bible Study, Big Sister/Little Sister and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation while at Brentwood...Enjoys dancing, running, going to the beach, doing community service and spending time with friends when not on the pitch...Chose Tennessee over SMU, Ole Miss and South Carolina...Has played the piano for over six years...Has one older sister, Megan, 24, and one younger brother, John, 12...Lara Alexandra Langworthy was born Feb. 15, 1990, in Murfreesboro, Tenn....Daughter of Warren and Lucy Langworthy.