5  Tessa Devereaux
Tessa  Devereaux


Fayetteville, N.Y.

High School:




Health Science


Together We Transform Thursday: May 12, 2016

Un-Four-Gettable – Women’s Lacrosse Does It Again


Seawolves place 61 fall student-athletes on America East Honor Roll

Student-athletes had to achieve a GPA of 3.00 or higher to qualify


#Seawolves take down Seton Hall 2-1

Redshirt senior Ashley Castanio set a new season-high with 10 saves


#Seawolves looking to continue their home dominance against Seton Hall

Since 2012 the Seawolevs are 15-2-3 at LaValle Stadium


Edwards brace not enough as #Seawolves fall to Saints 3-2

The two goals marked the first multi-goal game in the redshirt sophomore's career


Women's soccer vs. Fairfield - 9-14-14

Women's soccer photos from their match at Fairfield on September 14, 2014


Women's Soccer vs. Delaware State 8/24/14

Pictures from Stony Brook's 1-0 win over Delaware State at LaValle Stadium on Aug. 24.

2015: Started all 18 matches, scoring two goals and adding two assists...finishes her career fourth on the school's all-time assist list with 18...took five shots vs. Drexel on Aug. 30...scored a goal on five shots in win over Wagner on Sep. 4...had an assist in win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Sep. 13...opened the scoring in the Seawolves victory over New Hampshire on Oct. 11...assisted on the only goal in Stony Brook's 1-0 win over UMass Lowell on Oct. 18.

2014: An America East first team All-Conference performer after tying for the America East lead and tying her career-high with seven assists...started all 17 games, also adding two goals...scored in a 2-1 win over Seton Hall on Sep. 4...also netted a goal against Albany on Oct. 19...registered a season-high two assists against Fordham on Sep. 21...assisted on Hannah Groth's game-winning goal against Vermont on Oct. 16...currently tied for sixth in school history with 16 career assists.

Named second-team All-Conference...started all 19 games in the midfield...posted a goal and two assists...assisted on Maxie New's game-winning goal against NJIT on Sept. 1...assisted on Danielle Fuller's goal against Siena on Sept. 8...scored Stony Brook's fourth goal in a 4-0 rout of Albany on Oct. 13.

2012: Started all 22 games at midfield...a unanimous selection to the America East All-Rookie Team...scored one goal and tied for the America East lead with seven assists...assisted on Sa'sha Kershaw's goal against Wagner on Aug. 24...earned an assist on Larissa Nysch's goal against Yale on Sept. 2...assisted on Kershaw's game-winner and scored her first collegiate goal against Lehigh on Sept. 16...tallied two assists in a 2-1 win over Binghamton on Sept. 30, including a helper on Kristen Baker's OT winner...assisted on Sarah Darmanin's game-winner in the America East Semifinals at Maine on Oct. 28.

High School: Holds the Jamesville-DeWitt High School all-time scoring record with 103 goals and 42 assists in her career...ranked as the fifth-best high school talent in the state of New York and the 77th-best player in the nation according to TopDrawerSoccer.com...received the 2011-12 NSCAA Senior Excellence Award, 2011-12 NSCAA Scholar All-American honors and was named first-team All-Central New York in 2009-12.

Personal: Tessa Jane Devereaux...born February 18, 1994 in Syracuse, N.Y...daughter of Bradford and Elaine Devereaux...grandfather, Richard, played football at the University of Rochester from 1952-56.

Devereaux's Fun Facts: Most impressive person I've ever met: Mia Hamm...Favorite movie: The Fighter...Favorite car: Hummer...Favorite hobby: baking cupcakes...Profession I most admire: anyone in the military.

Tessa Devereaux Career Statistics
2015 18/18 1217 2 2 6 43 13 1
2014 17/17 1574 2 7 11 39 14 1
2013 19/19 1736 1 2 4 26 12 0
2012 22/22 2063 1 7 9 46 19 0
TOTAL 76/76 6966 6 18 30 154 58 2