Thirteen talented student-athletes hail from nine different states
Team gets better after posting 5-1-0 record during spring season.
Team celebrates successful 2013 season; Nysch named Team MVP
Stony Brook student-athletes continue to make their mark in the classroom.
Seawolves continue to post strong performances in the classroom.
2013: Named second-team All-Conference...started all 19 games in the midfield...posted a goal and two assists...assisted on Maxie New's game-winning goal against NJIT on Sept. 1...assisted on Danielle Fuller's goal against Siena on Sept. 8...scored Stony Brook's fourth goal in a 4-0 rout of Albany on Oct. 13.
2012: Started all 22 games at midfield...a unanimous selection to the America East All-Rookie Team...scored one goal and tied for the America East lead with seven assists...assisted on Sa'sha Kershaw's goal against Wagner on Aug. 24...earned an assist on Larissa Nysch's goal against Yale on Sept. 2...assisted on Kershaw's game-winner and scored her first collegiate goal against Lehigh on Sept. 16...tallied two assists in a 2-1 win over Binghamton on Sept. 30, including a helper on Kristen Baker's OT winner...assisted on Sarah Darmanin's game-winner in the America East Semifinals at Maine on Oct. 28.
High School: Holds the Jamesville-DeWitt High School all-time scoring record with 103 goals and 42 assists in her career...ranked as the fifth-best high school talent in the state of New York and the 77th-best player in the nation according to TopDrawerSoccer.com...received the 2011-12 NSCAA Senior Excellence Award, 2011-12 NSCAA Scholar All-American honors and was named first-team All-Central New York in 2009-12.
Devereaux's Fun Facts: Most impressive person I've ever met: Mia Hamm...Favorite movie: The Fighter...Favorite car: Hummer...Favorite hobby: baking cupcakes...Profession I most admire: anyone in the military.