Drew Misher was a 3 year varsity starter for Lower Merion’s soccer team in 1985, 1986, & 1987. The team’s record during his 3 years was 57-8-11, and, in all 3 years, the Aces won the Central League Championship. LM also qualified for the District & State Playoffs all 3 years, and in Drew’s senior year, the Aces won the PIAA State Title. As a senior tri-captain, Drew was chosen to the All-Central League 1st team, the All-State team, and was the 1st soccer player in Lower Merion history to be named to the National Soccer Coaches Association High School All-American team, which began in 1972. He also led the team in scoring with 22 goals & 7 assists, despite playing out of the center midfield position. For his career he had 40 goals & 13 assists. His biggest goal was the State Championship game winner in overtime against Fox Chapel, his final game in an Ace’s uniform.
After Lower Merion, Drew played varsity soccer at William & Mary, where he received a degree in International Relations. He then went on and earned an MBA from Temple. He became a partner in a consulting firm called Silver Oaks Partners. He now lives in the Lower Merion area with his wife Lisa and their 3 children, and is active as a coach in the community soccer program.