|Hometown:||Las Vegas, Nev.|
|High School:||Southwest HS|
Green found her stride in the 200 back her junior year grabbing three of the five top times for the Orange and Black (her best time of 2:03.68). Also placed second in the 50 back (27.17) and the 100 back (57.51). In the 100 IM Green put up a 1:01.91 and in the 400 IM swam a 2:10.26.
As a sophomore, Green put up Pacific's top time in the 100 Back with a time of 56.36. She swam a 24.55 in the 50 Free and a 26.46 in the 50 Back as well. Green was third on the Tigers in the 200 IM with a time of 2:05.72 and fourth in the 200 Back at 2:05.52.
Green started her Pacific career with top-five finishes for the Tigers in the 100 Back, 200 Back, 200 IM, and 400 IM. She swam a 56.91 in the 100 Back, fourth amongst Tigers. Her 2:03.85 in the 200 Back was third. In the 200 IM, Green put up a 2:04.15 and in the 400 IM she swam a 4:38.62.
Green competed for Sierra Vista High School while attending Southwest Career and Technical Academy during her high school years. In that time, she set a Nevada Division 1A state record with a time of 56.87 in the 100 Back and did the same in the 200 IM with a time of 2:07.11. Green was named her high school's MVP while also taking home the Legacy Award and Highpoint Award. She was a Junior National Qualifier.
The daughter of Timothy and Tamara Craig, Isabella has five siblings. They are Timothy, 22, Deaira, 26, Tianna, 11, Briana, 11, and Jada, 9. Tianna, Deaira, and Timothy all play sports as well, with Tianna competing in golf, Deaira a former college basketball player, and Timothy a football player. Green plans to major in business marketing here at Pacific.