Preseason First Team All-America choice ... candidate for the William F. Schmeisser National Defensive Player of the Year honor ... returning two-time All-America selection ... listed as the sixth-top defenseman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse magazine ... did not participate in fall practice while recovering from knee surgery performed in June, 2007... graduated from Duke on May 13, 2007, majoring in history with a minor in economics ... currently pursuing an MBA in Duke’s Fuqua School of Business ... ACC Academic Honor Roll pick.
2007: USILA Third Team All-America pick ... USILA Scholar All-America Team selection ... played in and started 16 games ... missed the Denver (2/25), Maryland (3/2), St. Joseph’s (3/6) and Loyola (3/10) games due to injury ... helped the Blue Devils lead the ACC in goals against average and man-down defense ... credited for 44 ground balls including 17 in four NCAA Tournament games ... named to the ACC All-Academic Team ... finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award.
2006: Started all eight games, helping the Duke defense allow just 5.24 goals per game ... logged 22 ground balls including five against both Villanova (2/25) and North Carolina (3/18) and four versus Maryland (3/4) ... named Academic All-ACC.
2005: USILA Second Team All-America selection ... All-ACC choice ... started all 20 games ... played a key role in Duke ranking first in the ACC and third nationally in team defense by allowing 6.95 goals per game — an improvement of 2.75 goals per game from the 2004 campaign ... picked up first career assist in the NCAA quarterfinals against Cornell (5/22) ... logged 44 ground balls .
2004: Played in all 13 games with three starts ... lone goal of the year came short-handed and against Army (5/7) ... finished third on the team with 34 ground balls ... posted a career-high six ground balls against both Johns Hopkins (4/10) and Army (5/7) ... won three-of-13 face-offs.
Prep: Four-year letterman at Penn Charter ... three-time all-league and all-state pick as a senior ... recorded over 200 ground balls in senior season ... two-time first team all-city choice in football, and also earned all-state and league MVP honors on the gridiron.
Personal: Son of Daniel and Michelle McDevitt ... born September 26, 1984.