The attackman hasn’t been at Towson very long, but he already has experienced some memorable moments. As a freshman, Drew Laundry played in nine games — including the NCAA final four at Gillette Stadium — and scored one goal. The beginning of his sophomore year saw him once again take on some incredible competition, this time in a fall scrimmage against Team USA. While his time at Towson has been full of highs, he also knows how hard he has to work — thanks in part to his NBA-playing cousin — to continue to earn every opportunity he is afforded.
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