Izzy Bourne announced yesterday that she has decided not to come back for her fifth year at Nebraska and will instead return home to Australia. Bourne scored a total of 1,221 points as a Husker and is 22nd all time on the scoring list. We wish her the best of luck back in Australia.
Thank you Husker Nation ❤️ pic.twitter.com/yTa14GvdZ3— Isabelle Bourne (@BourneIsabelle) March 27, 2023
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