Drummonds transferred to WVU from Broward Community College. While there, she was first team All-American on her way to becoming the only the second women's basketball player to total 1,000 points. She accomplished this milestone in only two years of play.
In her two years at WVU, she played only 62 games but tallied 1,160 points, the 14th highest total in school history, and notched 14 double-doubles, the eighth highest total at WVU. She was named outstanding athlete of the team in 1980. That season, Drummonds averaged 18.7 points, the highest career scoring average in women's basketball history. She had 23 career 20-plus point games and four 30-plus scoring games. In 1981, Drummonds averaged 21 points, the second-highest single-season scoring average at WVU. Her 693 points was the second-highest seasonal scoring total of all time. Her 300 field goals made were the most ever made in a single season at WVU. Drummonds averaged 42.4 percent from the floor for her career and scored a career high 35 points against Miami in 1980. She made 14 of 16 field goal attempts (.875) against Edinboro in 1981. She recorded back-to-back 30-point games against Western Michigan (30) and Mount Mercy (30) in 1980, a record that has not been duplicated since. Drummonds led the team in assists in 1981 with 160 and rebounds with 206. She led the team in scoring both years with 467 in 1980 and 693 in 1981. In 1980, she led the team in scoring (467), scoring average (16.1), steals (61) and blocks (29). In 1981 she led them once again in scoring (693), scoring average (21.0), rebounds (206), steals (103), assists (160). Drummonds was the third Mountaineer to surpass the magical 1,000 point milestone. The Mountaineers posted a 25-37 record during her two years.