Ian Deveau ’13 averaged 3.71 points per game, with 52 points in 14 games this season.
Ian Deveau ’13 averaged 3.71 points per game, with 52 points in 14 games this season.

Ian Deveau ’13 is the top men’s lacrosse player in a very competitive conference.

Deveau, a former NESCAC rookie of the year and three-time all-conference midfielder, was named NESCAC Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Year in May.

Deveau, said head coach Justin Domingos, “embodies what playing college lacrosse is all about.”

The Portsmouth, R.I., resident finished his career ranked fifth in scoring in the history of men’s lacrosse at Colby with 99 goals and 80 assists for 179 career points. He is sixth all-time in goals, sixth in assists, and tied for sixth for most points in a season (52 in 2013). Deveau ranks first in the conference in points per game (3.71) this year, with 36 goals and 16 assists.

Deveau’s teammate John Jennings ’13 was selected to the All-NESCAC second team at attacker.