|High School:||South River HS|
Awards & Honors
-2014 MPSF Rookie of the Week
-2015 & 2016 MPSF All-Academic
2016: Started in all 17 games for the Ducks as a junior, and had a breakout season with 26 goals, four assists, a team-leading 18 caused turnovers, 23 ground balls and 15 draw controls … was named to the MPSF All-Academic team … her 26 goals ranked tied for second on the team … boasted a .761 shots on goal percentage … was a consistent scoring threat for the Ducks, scoring in the first 12 games of the season … led the Ducks in shots (71) and shots on goal (54) … matched her career high in scoring with four goals on seven shots, along with a ground ball and caused turnover in Oregon’s 17-13 win over Detroit (2/21) … caused a career-high four turnovers, while also adding a goal, two ground balls and one draw control against High Point (3/7) … tied her personal best in points twice in 2016 with four against Detroit (2/21) and LIU Brooklyn (3/5) … caused multiple turnovers in five games.
2015: Started in all 18 matches for Oregon as a sophomore…found the back of the net 13 times to go with her lone assists for 14 points on the year…had a great all-around season in her second year with the Ducks, tallying 24 ground balls, 14 draw controls and 16 caused turnovers…finished the year with a .889 shots on goal percentage…recorded her first-career assists against Colorado (4/26)…also posted a new career-high in ground balls (5, at Colorado), draw controls (3, vs. USC) and caused turnovers (4, at Denver)…picked up a crucial caused turnover in the waning moments of the game against George Washington to help Oregon secure the 8-6 win.
2014: Saw action in 17-of-19 matches in her freshman campaign…found the back of the net 18 times, tying for eight-best on the team and first amongst freshmen…scored her first collegiate goal at Robert Morris (3/2)…recorded her first hat-trick against St. Mary’s (4/6)…netted a career-high four goals at San Diego State (4/20) on Easter Sunday to help UO notch the program’s 100th victory…earned MPSF Rookie of the Week honors for her efforts…finished the season with 12 groundballs, 10 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers.
Before Oregon: The four-year letter man at South River High School led the Seahawks to their first state championship in 2010...tabbed First-Team All-County Capital and Coaches categories as well as All-Metro honorable selections her junior campaign...earned second-team All-Washington D.C. Metro honors and first-team All-County Coaches honors as a sophomore...played club lacrosse with the Chesapeake Club Lacrosse under Sue Chittum...was also a four-year letterman in swimming for the Seahawks earning all-county selections in 2013.
Personal: Born Isabella Nicole Pyne to Scott and Cindy Pyne...older sister Olivia is a junior on the lacrosse team and also has a younger brother William...father Scott played football at Muhlenberg College...undecided on major.