The Women of Troy defeated Colorado, 16-11, to secure the MPSF's automatic bid into the NCAA championship tournament
2017 Drexel is a senior attacker for the Women of Troy… ILWomen preseason All-America honorable mention.
2016 As a junior, Drexel was named to the MPSF All-Conference second team… chosen for MPSF Offensive Player of the Week honors (March 21)… selected to the MPSF All-Academic Team… appeared in all 21 games with 20 starts… finished third on the team (fourth in the league) with 58 total points (40g, 18a) to go with 25 ground balls, 24 draw controls, and 11 caused turnovers… scored the game-winning goal in four games including in wins over Duke, Stony Brook, and Denver… ranked fifth in the MPSF for goals (40), seventh for assists (18), seventh for points per game (2.76 ppg), and tied for third in game-winning goals (4)… was 2-for-9 from free position and finished with a .833 shots-on-goal percentage… reached her career mark of three ground balls in three games and had a career-high seven shots against California (March18).
2015 As a sophomore, Drexel was named to the MPSF All-Conference second team… chosen for MPSF Offensive Player of the Week honors March 16… named to the MPSF All-Academic Team… appeared in all 20 games and started 19 times… finished with 46 points (24g, 22a) to rank fourth on the team… her 22 assists ranked second on the team and her 1.10 apg ranked 10th in the MPSF… scored two game-winning goals and was 5-for-10 on free-position shots… added 15 ground balls, eight draw controls, and seven caused turnovers… scored career highs for points (7), goals (5), and free-position goals (3) in a win over Marquette (March 15)… scored her second-career hat trick with three goals against Denver (April 12).
2014 As a freshman, Drexel appeared in 14 games and made two starts including the Trojans’ season opener against Marist (Feb. 28)… scored four goals and went 3-for-6 on free-position shot attempts… collected two ground balls, two draw controls, and caused one turnover… scored career-high two goals in USC’s 22-4 win over LIU Brooklyn on March 14.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Drexel was a four-year letterwinner at Davis Senior High School… ranked fifth in the nation in point scoring her junior year… team captain her senior year… named First Team US Lacrosse All-American senior year… won the “Triple D” Award for being MVP of three varsity sports in one year at Davis High School… won female athlete of the year her senior year… league MVP her junior and senior year… first team all-league all four years… played club lacrosse with the Bay Area Wave for five years… also played field hockey (first-team all-league as a junior and senior; and team MVP as a senior) and basketball (first-team all-league and team MVP as a senior) for Davis… graduated in the top five percent of her class with a 4.3 GPA.
PERSONAL Kylie Brianne Drexel was born on Sept. 16, 1994, in Tarzana, Calif.… mother is Sally Schwind… has one brother named Chasen… majoring in human biology.