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27 Izzy Scane

2019 U.S. Women's U19 Team

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Midfield

Hometown

Clarkston, Mich.

Highschool

Cranbrook Kingswood

College

Northwestern '22

Resides

Clarkston, Mich.

Statistics

21

Goals

8

Assists

Initially getting cut from the U.S. women's U19 team in 2018 wasn't the end of the line for Izzy Scane.

Instead, Scane used the setback as motivation and earned a second shot at making the team. Not only did she make the team, she was one of the key players that led the USA to a world championship in Canada in the summer of 2019. Scane tied for the team lead with 21 goals in seven games, including six goals in a semifinal victory over Australia.

And that's just part of her story. Scane has become one of the top college players in the country and is helping lead a rejuvenation of the Northwestern program. She was the Big Ten Freshman of the Year in 2019, led Northwestern with 29 goals in the shortened 2020 season and is on the Tewaaraton Watch List in 2021. She has also been invited to the tryouts for the 2022 U.S. women's senior team.

U.S. Team
  • Led U.S. U19 team to gold medal at 2019 world championship in Peterborough, Canada
  • Tied for team lead with 21 goals at 2019 world championship
  • Add eight assists to finish with 29 points
  • Had six goals in semifinal win over Australia
  • Invited to tryouts for 2022 U.S. senior team
High School
  • US Lacrosse All-American
  • Set state record for career scoring
  • Three-time all-state and led Cranbrook Kingswood to state titles her junior and senior years
  • Played club for Mass Elite
College
  • Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2019)
  • All-Big Ten (2019)
  • Inside Lacrosse Second Team All-American (2020)
  • Had 62 goals and 80 assists as a freshman in 2019
  • Led Northwestern in shortened 2020 season with 29 goals
  • Set a school record with 10 goals in a win over Rutgers in 2021