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AS A SENIOR IN 2006: Capped career with outstanding senior season, starting all 23 matches, while tying for the team lead in scoring with six goals and two assists for 12 points ... named All-WCC First Team and All-Far West Region Third Team ... also recognized as an NSCAA Academic All-American ... tied for eighth in WCC in points (14) and sixth in goals (6) ... notched assist against Cal on Aug. 27 ... scored first goal of year on Sept. 8 vs. St. Louis ... netted goal in second straight game on Sept. 15 at UCLA on a corner kick from Amaechi Igwe ... scored third goal of year on Sept. 24 at USF in third minute ... scored fourth goal of the year against San Diego on Oct. 1 just five minutes into the game ... scored fifth goal of year at LMU on Oct. 29 to move into tie for ninth place all-time in goals in SCU history, ripping long-range left-footed shot into upper corner ... scored third goal of game against Portland on Nov. 3 moving him into eighth all-time in program history in goals ... notched assist on Nov. 15 vs. Washington on Brian Martin's second-half goal ... started on Nov. 18 in shootout win over Indiana in third round of NCAA Tournament ... created penalty kick by being brought down by Wake Forest goalkeeper Brian Edwards in the penalty box on Nov. 24 in NCAA quarterfinals, but broke collar bone on the play and did not return to match.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: A second-team All-WCC selection ... appeared in 19 matches and started six ... team's leading scorer with six goals and 16 total points ... scored the game-winning goals against UCLA and Cal State Fullerton to open the season ... goal against the Bruins came in the 88th minute from a sharp angle on the right side of the goal ... goal against Fullerton was a rebound off a shot from Kelechi Igwe in the 86th minute ... named national player of the week by Soccer America and WCC co-Player of the Week ... selected to the teams of the week for Soccer America, College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer ... named WCC Player of the Week for a second time following a two-goal, one-assist performance at the Maryland adidas Classic ... named to the all-tournament team ... scored in the 86th minute to tie Stanford and send the game into overtime ... scored against San Jose State ... started the six matches at the midfield position due to injuries ... ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District selection for the second-straight year ... suffered a minor injury and did not travel to Gonzaga or Portland ... played just 14 minutes against Ohio State and did not suit up for the Cal game in the NCAA Tournament.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Appeared in 20 matches, starting nine in 2004 ... All-WCC Honorable Mention ... took 14 shots, 12 of which were on goal ... ranked second on the team with 11 points ... scored a team-high five goals on the year ... also had an assist ... first goal of the season came in the Bronco's 3-0 season opening victory over UMass ... scored his second goal of the year in 3-0 win over Davidson in the SCU/adidas Classic ... posted the game-winner on Oct. 1 at Saint Mary's as SCU opened WCC play ... assisted on the game-winner at Gonzaga on Oct. 10 ... fourth goal of the year was game-winner against Loyola Marymount ... scored in the 89th minute to give SCU the victory on Nov. 12 ... posted the Bronco's only goal in their overtime loss at California in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... named All-District VII Academic All-American ... ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District selection.
AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN IN 2003: Started in nine of the 19 matches he appeared in ... took 13 shots, six of which were on goal ... scored his first collegiate goal, a game winner, in the season opener against Alabama A&M ... scored the only goal in the Bronco's 1-0 victory at Holy Cross ... posted team's only goal in 2-1 loss against UMKC ... missed most of November due to injury ... returned to action on Nov. 26 in the Bronco's NCAA Tournament match at Loyola Marymount ... started last two matches of the season ... recorded an assist against Michigan. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2002: Redshirted the season. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2002 graduate of St. Anthony High School in Wailuku, Hawaii ... participated in soccer, track and tennis ... played for coaches Rudy Huber and Mitch Nakamoto ... was his team's leading goal scorer and MVP for three consecutive years ... was a team captain for all four years ... member of track team that won their league championship in three different seasons ... was named a first-team All-Star following junior and senior seasons ... named league player of the year following senior season ... earned second-team All-State honors ... was named league MVP following his senior year in track ... cleared 6'4" in the high jump, earning a silver medal at the state track meet ... finished fifth in the state in the 200 meters, crossing the finish line in 23.0 seconds ... was a member of the National Honor Society, student government, campus ministry and the INTERACT Club ... earned the Governor's Kilohana Award for Volunteerism. PERSONAL: Born in Malaysia ... parents are Graham and Dianne DeVey ... majoring in communication ... played his youth soccer in Japan and England until age 10 ... enjoys surfing and playing the guitar.
DeVey's Career Statistics
DeVey's Career Honors
All-WCC Honorable Mention, 2004
ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 2004
WCC Player of the Week (Sept. 7) 2005
Soccer America National Player of the Week (Sept. 8) 2005
Soccer America National Team of the Week (Sept. 8) 2005
College Soccer News National Team of the Week (Sept. 8) 2005
Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (Sept. 8) 2005
Maryland adidas Classic All-Classic Team (Sept. 11) 2005
WCC Player of the Week (Sept. 12) 2005
WCC Player of the Month (Sept.) 2005
ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 2005
All-WCC Honorable Mention 2005
WCC All-Academic 2004, 2005
All-WCC First Team 2006
All-Far West Region Third Team 2006
NSCAA Academic All-American 2006