Three-time letterwinner with the Blue Hens who has the athleticism and hustle to come up with key groundballs and draw controls • team leader and play maker.
Saw time in five contests during her junior campaign • picked up a groundball and draw control in team’s 22-2 rout at Lafayette (Feb. 17) • did not record any other statistics on the season.
Appeared in 11 games while earning a starting spot in the final two contests of the season for Delaware • finished year with seven groundballs, five draw controls and three caused turnovers as a defender • recorded first career statistics with a groundball in the team’s 17-3 victory over Virginia Tech (March 12) • collected three groundballs at George Washington (March 22) • posted two draw controls against No. 16 Stony Brook (April 22).
Competed in four games for the Blue Hens as a freshman • did not record any statistics in game against Lehigh, Lafayette, George Mason or William & Mary.
Played four years of lacrosse and soccer at Boyertown Senior High School • helped lead lacrosse team to four straight Pioneer Athletic Conference titles • two-time First Team All-Area honoree • US Lacrosse All-American Honorable Mention • US Lacrosse Academic All-American • 2012 Pottstown Mercury Lacrosse Player of the Year • All-Area Soccer Honorable Mention • soccer team won the 2012 Pioneer Athletic Conference • played for Bill Goddard, Kathy Michael and Pam Wernersbach • High Honor Roll selection.
Devyn Nicole Heidelbaugh • born December 15, 1993 • daughter of John and Christine Heidelbaugh • has an older brother, Tyler, and an older sister, Jordan • sister played lacrosse for West Chester University from 2011-14 • majoring in health behavior science with the goals of becoming a nutritionist • began playing lacrosse in third grade • chose Delaware because of the atmosphere and location • cites her high school soccer coach, Bill Goddard, as the biggest influence on her as an athlete because he always pushed her to her full potential • has swam with manatees • coached an eighth and ninth grade girls travel lacrosse team during the summer • loves pizza.
Shots: 1 vs. No. 16 Stony Brook, 4/22/14)
SOG: 1 vs. No. 16 Stony Brook, 4/22/14)
FGS: 1 vs. No. 16 Stony Brook, 4/22/14)
Groundballs: 3 at George Washington, 3/22/14)
Draw Controls: 2 vs. No. 16 Stony Brook, 4/22/14)
Caused Turnovers: 1 – 3x, last vs. James Madison, 5/2/14 (CAA Tournament)
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