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    Iona Dryden
    Iona  Dryden


    Winchester, England

    High School:
    Godolphin School



    2015: [Game-by-Game Stats] First-year attacker that has appeared in two games ... made collegiate debut at Marquette on Feb. 21 ... Recorded first career ground ball in a 14-8 win over Colorado on March 7.

    High School:
    Member of National Schools championship-winning teams in 2010, 2011 and 2013, ranking No. 1 in the UK ... Named UK National Schools Attacker of the Tournament in 2013, scoring two goals and adding two assists in the championship game ... Godolphin School Athlete of the Year in 2013 ... Has represented Wales in international play for seven years (four at U-19 level, three for senior team), captaining the U-19 team at the Home Internationals and Junior UK Territorials events in 2012 ... Youngest team member on senior Wales team that won a silver medal at the European Championships in 2012 ... Also was second on the team in goals scored at 2013 FIL World Cup in Canada when Wales placed fifth ... Also competed in track & field, field hockey and tennis.

    Personal: Born Iona Clare Dryden in Winchester, England ... Daughter of Christian and Dr. Matthew Dryden ... Was Deputy Head Girl of Godolphin School... Plans to study anthropology at Northwestern.

    Dryden's Career Highs

    Goals N/A
    Assists N/A
    Points N/A
    Ground Balls 1, vs. Colorado (3/7/15)
    Draw Controls N/A
    Caused Turnovers N/A