15 - Isabella DiDio
Isabella DiDio
Height: 5-8
Year: So.
Hometown: Jenkintown, Pa.
High School: Germantown Friends School
Position: M
Major: Mechanical Engineering

2014: Started all 18 games...59 goals...seven assists...66 points...six game-winning goals...63 groundballs...62 draw controls...15 caused turnovers...led the NEWMAC in groundballs, was fourth in goals, and ranked sixth in points and draw controls...finished fourth on the team in assists...racked up seven goals, including the game-winner, and seven draw controls against Roger Williams (3/8)...posted six goals and nine draw controls versus Mount Ida (3/1)...compiled four goals, two assists, six draw controls, and four groundballs at Emerson (4/15)...produced five goals, including the game-winner, and four groundballs against Mount Holyoke (4/19)...recorded four goals as well as the game-winner the following week to go along with five groundballs versus Mount Holyoke in the NEWMAC Tournament quarterfinals (4/23)...collected eight groundballs against Babson (3/22)...NEWMAC Offensive Player of the Week (3/10)...NEWMAC all-conference second team...NEWMAC academic all-conference...currently ranks sixth all-time at MIT in career draw controls with 102.

2013: Played in and started 15 games...23 goals...three assists...26 points...40 draw controls...38 groundballs...five caused turnovers...was sixth in the NEWMAC in groundballs...ranked second on the team in draw controls and fourth in goals...tallied five goals, two assists, four draw controls, and two groundballs versus Maine-Farmington (3/16)...racked up four goals, 10 draw controls, and seven groundballs against Wellesley (4/16)...contributed six draw controls and five groundballs at Colorado College (3/26)...generated three caused turnovers at Eastern Connecticut (4/18).

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering...participated in a MISTI trip to Mexico...was a member of the MIT field hockey team in 2012 and 2013...Alpha Phi sorority.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Germantown Friends School...two-time all-league...2009 league champions...US Lacrosse Academic All-American junior and senior seasons...four-year letterwinner...was also the captain of the field hockey team...three-time all-league...four-time varsity letterwinner...was a member of the basketball and squash teams...peer tutoring leader...National Merit Scholar commendation.