At Delaware: Four-year squad member • will push for significant time in the Blue Hen goal once again.
2010 Season: Played in eight games while making seven starts • logged 664 minutes, including two 110 minute games • posted three shutouts including two 0-0 ties (at Hofstra, Oct. 16 and George Mason, Oct. 20) and a 1-0 overtime win over Old Dominion (Oct. 2) • went 2-2-2 and made 26 saves in the month of October • stopped 28 total shots on the season, finishing with a save percentage of 75.7 and a goals against average of 1.22 • made a season-best eight saves in double overtime against Hofstra • went undefeated in overtime games (1-0-2) • was an ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee.
2009 Season: Did not see any game action for the Blue Hens • awarded the UD Team Sportsmanship Award at the annual UD Intercollegiate Sports Luncheon.
2008 Season: Did not see any game action for the Blue Hens • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Three-year letterwinner in soccer at Warwick High School under coach Dale Stoltzfus • started at setter for the volleyball team from 2006-2007 • led soccer team to state and district championship in 2005 • played in Central Pennsylvania All-Star Game • named to Academic All-Star Team • played for club team LANCO United • member of National Honor Society, National French Honor Society, and National German Honor Society.
Personal: Kris Devaux ("de-vo") • born in Montdidier, France • son of Rene Devaux and Mary Frances Grafenstein • mother is an ESL teacher • has one brother, Alex • triple language major at Delaware • aspires to work in business administration for a European soccer club • has played soccer since he was four years old • high school teammate of Temple players Bryant Hessler, Max Kinderwater, and Jared Harris, and Duke's Andrew Wenger • cites French goalkeeper Fabien Barthez as the biggest influence on his soccer career • shares team representative duties to the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) with Courtney Hewitt.
Career-High Saves: 8 (at Hofstra, 10/16/10)