2004: Has seen action in four career games and has played 84:05 career minutes...appeared in two games at goalkeeper...first appeared during the West Virginia contest (Oct. 6)...made one save against Georgetown (Oct. 27).
2003: Appeared in one game in her second season as a backup goaltender...saw action against Robert Morris (Oct. 15)...earned second varsity letter.
2002: Appeared in one game in her first season...registered two saves and a 3.42 goals-against average in 25:19 minutes of action.
HIGH SCHOOL: Led nearby Gateway High School to four consecutive WPIAL AAAA Section 3 championships...earned all-section and all-WPIAL honors in three consecutive seasons (2000-02)...recorded 28 shutouts in three seasons and 16 offensive points while playing out of the goal...posted a goals-against average below 1.0 in all three seasons...led Gateway to combined record of 49-10-3 in her three years as the starting keeper...named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Elite 11 and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Terrific 15...named the East's player of the year by both publications...competed on the Pittsburgh Strikers club team for two years...won a bronze medal at the Keystone State Games with the Allegheny Region team...competed in track and field, gymnastics and basketball while at Gateway...National Honor Society member...earned the African-American Achievement Award and named homecoming queen her senior year.
PERSONAL: Born February 8, 1984...daughter of Calvin and Lisa Issac, M.D....has one brother and two sisters...chemistry major.
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