23 Megan McDevitt
23 Megan McDevitt
Height: 5-10
Year: 2012
Hometown: Cumberland, Maine
High School: Greely
Position: Guard
Major: Elementary Education


GNAC All-Conference: 2nd Team (2012)
GNAC All-Academic (2010, 2012)
GNAC All-Tournament (2011, 2012)
GNAC Honor Roll: 2/1/2010, 1/16/2012
MWBCA Honor Roll: 11/17/2008, 1/26/2009, 1/11/2010, 2/1/2010, 1/31/2011, 1/16/2012

2011-12: One of four players to start all 28 games…averaged 25 minutes per tilt…recorded 11.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists, and 0.6 steals per contest…shot 41.2% (105-255) from the floor, 39.1% (52-133) from three-point range, and 87.7% (50-57) from the charity stripe…led the team in three pointers made and attempted as well as three-point FG success…tied for the team lead in FT%...ranked second on the squad in scoring and field goals attempted and third in field goals made…tallied career-highs in points (312), rebounds (76), field goals made and attempted, and FT percentage…selected as a team captain for the second consecutive season…led the Monks in scoring in eight different games…opened her senior year with 11 points and five assists in a win over Maine-Farmington on November 16th…netted 14 in a Rutland Herald Invitational Tournament win over Elms College two days later…registered 10 points and tied a career-high with nine rebounds in a win over University of Southern Maine on November 27th…her play helped the Monks defeat the Huskies, 67-62 in overtime, and claim the coveted Costello Cup for the first time since the 1994-95 campaign…was 6-10 from the field and 3-4 from three-point distance en route to scoring 19 points versus Bridgewater State University on December 7th…registered 11 points, six boards, and a career-best four steals in a victory over Lyndon State College on January 4th…added 15 points and five dimes versus Maine-Fort Kent three days later…made all six free throw attempts on the way to scoring 17 points and chipped in seven caroms in a triumph over Lasell College on January 10th…added 19 points versus Norwich University on January 14th…dropped a career-high 23 points and was 5-8 from three-point distance in a win over Anna Maria College on February 4th...made four of six three-point bids and tallied 16 points and six boards versus Rivier College on February 11th…tallied 17 points, six rebounds, and four assists in a GNAC Tournament Quarterfinal victory over Albertus Magnus College on February 21st…netted 10 points and grabbed five caroms in a GNAC Championship loss to Emmanuel College four days later…garnered Second Team All-GNAC and GNAC All-Tournament accolades…closed out her four seasons with 948 points, 317 rebounds, 161 assists, and 54 steals over 104 games…leaves the program as the all-time leader in three-pointers made (180)…also ranks second in team history in three-point percentage (38.9%) and free throw percentage (85.0%) and fourth in three pointers attempted (463).

2010-11: Started all 27 games…averaged 9.8 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 25.0 minutes per game…shot 39.7% (61-144) from the floor, 42.4% (61-144) from three-point distance, and 84% (21-25) from the foul line… led the Monks in scoring seven times and reached double-digit point totals in 13 different contests…drained at least three treys in 10 games…her three-pointer total (61) ranks as the second-highest achieved in a single season by a Saint Joseph’s player…her 42.4% success rate from downtown is the fifth-highest mark in program history…netted 13 points in an overtime win over UMass.-Dartmouth on November 19th…scored 13 again versus Thomas on December 1st…was 4-7 from downtown and poured in 16 in a win over Pomona-Pitzer on January 3rd…tied a career high with 19 points against Simmons College on January 22nd…drained a career-best six three-pointers versus the Sharks that afternoon…tallied 18 points, five assists and five rebounds in the Monks’ next game – an 85-57 win over Albertus Magnus on January 29th…made five three-pointers to account for all 15 of her points in a victory over Norwich on February 5th…matched her career high with 19 points and made five of seven shots from downtown in a convincing win over Pine Manor on February 17th…scored 14 points in a GNAC playoff loss to Suffolk on February 24th…earned GNAC All-Tournament honors…listed on the conference honor roll on January 31st…closed out her junior season ranked second in team history in three-point percentage (38.8%)…currently ranks fourth in trifectas made (128) and seventh in threes attempted (330).

2009-10: Played in all 24 games…recorded 638 minutes averaging 10.0 points per game, 4.0 rebounds per game, and 1.8 assists per game…was third on the team in points with 240 …had double-digits in points 13 times…tallied a season-high 19 points and 2 rebounds and 3 assists in the Monks victory against Emmanuel college on January 7…garnered 18 points and 7 rebounds vs. St. Joseph’s (Conn.) on January 28 to help the Monks in victory…scored 15 points and 9 rebounds on February 3 against Pine Manor College…garnered Maine Women’s Basketball honor roll mention twice and GNAC honor roll mention once during the season.

2008-09: Played in 25 games with one start...averaged 14.9 minutes as one of the Monks' key reserves...scored 5.3 points and grabbed 1.5 boards per contest...shot 38.6% (51-132) from the field, 31.2% (24-77) from beyond the arc and 66.7% (6-9) from the charity stripe...scored the last-second, game-winning bucket in her first collegiate game, a 68-66 win over Maine-Fort Kent on November 15th...topped 10 points three times and dropped a career-high 19 against Albertus Magnus on January 24th...listed on the Maine Women's Basketball Coaches Association Weekly Honor Roll twice during the season...received the team's Most Spirit Award in 2009.

High School: Played four years of varsity basketball at Greely High School...made the tournament every year...was second team all conference junior and senior year and was third team sophomore year...averaged 14 points and 5 rebounds senior year.

Personal: Megan O'Brion McDevitt, born on July 9, 1990 in Portland, Maine...daughter of Michael and Margaret McDevitt...majoring in Elementary Education.