Gifted goalkeeper who played a key part in Army's success last year after stepping in for the injured Rebecca Garcia ... presented strong presence in the net over final 10 games ... ranked among the Patriot League leaders at season's end ... brings a wealth of knowledge and talent as a top contender for lead role this fall against a talented field ...very technical and knowledgeable player with strong physical presence in the net ... excellent shot blocker and 1-on-1 ability ... letterwinner.
2004: Named to Soccer Buzz' Northeast Region all-freshman team ... led Army to unbeaten 6-0-4 mark over final 10 games after making collegiate debut in service academy showdown against arch-rival Navy ... drew starting nod in biggest rivalry in all of sports filling in for the injured Rebecca Garcia ... turned in outstanding performance making all five saves in the second half to become first Army freshman to record shutout over Navy ... 1-0 blanking snapped Mids' eight-game series unbeaten string ... victory proved tiebreaker for final fourth spot to the Patriot League Tournament ... performance earned her Army Athletic Association "Athlete of the Week" and Patriot League weekly rookie honors ... also recorded shutout against Lafayette to finish conference play with a stingy 0.75 goals-against average competing in six of seven games helping Army post 3-1-3 mark ... also battled Bucknell, Colgate and American to double overtime draws during the regular season ... registered career-high eight saves over the Raiders, while making back-to-back penalty saves versus the Bison ... recorded seven saves in 1-1 overtime tie, eventually decided by shootout, against top-seeded Colgate in opening round of Patriot League Tournament ... registered three back-to-back spectacular stops in the first overtime period ... owned an 1.00 goals-against average to tie for second place in the league standings ... recorded pair of shutouts ... posted a .796 save percentage after finishing season with 43 stops in 990 minutes in the net.
High School: All-state performer at Williston Northampton in Easthampton, Mass. ... four-year letterwinner who established school records for shutouts and saves on both season and career levels ... also holds career goals-against average (0.96) mark ... led team to three straight New England titles (2002-04) ... chosen for school's sportsmanship award junior year ... played club ball for Western United and New England Mutiny ... helped Western United to State Cup finals and New England Mutiny to national title in 2003 ... also earned letters in track and field, skiing and hockey.
Personal: Devon Catherine Collins ... born Oct. 17, 1985 ... parents' names are Donald Collins and Sandra Cofrancesco ... father is retired from the Army ... major is undeclared.