Coach Davis-Allen was named college lacrosse’s recipient of the Senior CLASS Award, given annually to the senior student-athlete who best honors the top attributes in four areas: community, classroom, character and competition. Coach was the second student-athlete in Maryland history to earn the award, joining Juan Dixon (men’s basketball – 2002). He was also Maryland’s first two-time First Team All-American since Bill McGlone (2005, 2006) and first defender to achieve the feat since Mike Farrell (1975, 1976). Coach appeared in the second-most games in program history (74) and helped lead Maryland to one national title, three title game appearances and four semifinal appearances. Coach is from Springfield, VA and graduated from the University of Maryland with a Geographic Information Systems degree. When not playing for the Bayhawks, Isaiah is a project engineer at Buch Construction.