|Hometown||Colorado Springs, Colo.|
|Prev. School||Rampart HS|
|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| Season GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2005-06 26-9 433 16.7 37-101 .366 17-59 .288 20-31 .645 9 46 55 2.1 23 1 34 32 4 20 111 4.3 2004-05 27-14 583 21.6 81-191 .424 27-81 .333 34-50 .680 49 69 118 4.4 74 2 48 52 35 32 223 8.3 2003-04 27-26 437 16.2 52-143 .364 23-77 .299 6-10 .600 20 41 61 2.3 48 2 22 44 16 18 133 4.9 2002-03 10-0 37 3.7 2-11 .182 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 6 3 9 0.9 0 0 2 3 0 1 4 0.4
2005-06: Played in 26 games and started in nine games ... Averaged 4.3 points per game, 2.1 rebounds per game and 1.31 assists per game ... Had a season high 18 points against Fort Lewis on Feb. 3 ... Had a season high six rebounds against Fort Lewis on Feb. 18.
2004-05: Played in 27 games averaging 8.3 points and 4.4 rebounds per game ... Had a career high 27 points and a career high 13 rebounds against Western St. College on Jan 22 ... Had a career high six assists and 17 points against Colorado College on Feb 1.
2003-04: Started all but one game ... Averaged 4.9 points and 2.3 rebounds per game ... Started the season off with eight points and three blocks and five rebounds at Pittsburg State on Nov 21 ... Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds on Dec 4 ... Had 15 points on 6-for-9 shooting vs. Colorado Christian on Dec 12 ... Scored a career-high 17 points to go along with four rebounds and three assists at Chadron State on Jan 30 ... Had 15 points on 5-for-10 shooting against Adams State on Jan 31.
2002-03: Saw limited action during his freshman season playing in 10 games, playing a total of 37 min ... Scored four points to go along with two assists and five rebounds, all career-highs, vs. Colorado College on Dec 13.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before UCCS: Played his high school ball and Rampart where he was named the teams most improved player for the 2000-01 season ... Helped the Rams to back-to-back winning seasons his junior and senior year.
Personal: Majoring in Mechanical Engineering ... Enjoys watching sports and listening to music ... Has one sister, Jenny ... Parents are David and Deborah Deveau ... Born March 6, 1984.
Stories featuring Dan Deveau
|March 2, 2006||Hannaway named first-team All-West Division||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior Patrick Hannaway was named first-team All-West Division by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Thursday. UCCS senior forward Dan Deveau was named All-RMAC honorable mention.|
|February 23, 2006||Hannaway sets scoring record in loss||Patrick Hannaway set a new University of Colorado at Colorado Springs record for points in a season but that wasn't enough to prevent to Mesa State Mavericks from defeating the Mountain Lions 68-56 Thursday night at Grand Junction.|
|February 18, 2006||UCCS stuns Fort Lewis in double overtime||COLORADO SPRINGS-P.J. Forrest hit a leaning buzzer-beater to put Saturday's game into overtime and Bly McGuire duplicated the feat to send it into double overtime, but in the end it was two free throws by Todd Crist that lifted the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to an 82-81 victory over the Fort Lewis Skyhawks at the Lions' Den.|
|February 7, 2006||UCCS gets first win under Schakel||LAS VEGAS, N.M.- As the final seconds of Tuesday's game ticked off, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs coach Doug Schakel threw his arms wide, looked skyward and let out a triumphant yell. The Mountain Lions players flashed huge smiles that betrayed both their elation and their uncertainty; almost as if even with no time remaining, some nefarious force might come along and snatch the feeling away from them.|
|February 4, 2006||Schakel looks to end culture of losing||ALAMOSA- There's a culture to losing that, once acquired, is as difficult as an infectious disease to get rid of. That's exactly what Doug Schakel was brought to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to do.The Mountain Lions were defeated again Saturday night 80-58 by the Adams State grizzlies at Plachy Hall. How that loss came about is indicative of Schakel's dilemma.|
|February 3, 2006||UCCS suffers pointless loss||DURANGO- It all seemed so, well, pointless.|
|January 27, 2006||Fabulous four minutes provides glimpse in loss||PUEBLO- For four minutes Friday night, the light bulb went on for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team. The offense moved, the defense stopped and the planets aligned as the Mountain Lions, for a while, firmly grasped the concepts that won coach Doug Schakel over 500 games and a spot in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Hall of Fame.|
|November 15, 2005||Men's basketball drops opener||The Mountain Lions got a taste of the future Tuesday night, but ended up with a result of the past.|
|November 13, 2005||Men's basketball preview||Never have meaningless exhibition games been more meaningful to a basketball program. At least that's what the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is hoping.|
|February 25, 2005||Mountain Lions end school-record losing streak||Torrey Phillips hit a 3-pointer with 18.4 seconds remaining to help the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team snap its school-record 26-game losing streak with a 69-68 victory over the Western State Mountaineers Friday night.|
|February 14, 2005||Division I Bears hand men 24th straight loss||Sean Taibi led six Northern Colorado players in double figures as the NCAA Division I Bears handed the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs its 24th consecutive loss, a 110-67 pounding Monday night at the Butler-Hancock Pavilion in Greeley.|
|February 10, 2005||Without Pecic, Lions drop No. 22||No member of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team will ever forget the 2004-05 season.|
|February 8, 2005||Highlands big man too much for Lions||Matt Howell scored 27 points and grabbed 18 rebounds as the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys won their sixth straight game, 107-77 over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions Tuesday afternoon at the Lions' Den.|
|February 1, 2005||Lions lose heartbreaker||In the end, even a clutch shot, multiple career highs and a 36-minute lead were not enough to earn the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team it first win of the season.|
|January 29, 2005||Pueblo trio sinks Mountain Lions||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team came into Saturday night's game against the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves with a clear defensive objective - don't let Matt Brooks, Brian Vecchio or Mario Chavez beat them.|
|January 25, 2005||Mountain Lions can't hold lead||Freshman Matt Cordova scored a career-high 18 points as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs built its largest lead of the season but was unable to sustain it in an 80-73 loss to the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys Tuesday night at Las Vegas, N.M.|
|January 22, 2005||Hammond protests loss No. 14||Dan Deveau had 27 points and 13 rebounds, both career highs, but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs remained winless with a 79-75 loss to Western State Saturday night at Gunnison, Colo.|
|January 21, 2005||Career highs can't prevent loss No. 14||Jim Pecic had a career-high 28 points and Dan Deveau pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs fell to 0-14 with a 96-81 loss to the Mesa State Mavericks Friday night at Grand Junction.|
|January 14, 2005||No more east sounds good to Mountain Lions||COLORADO SPRINGS- The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs played its final game against a team from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Eastern Division Friday night, a 102-69 loss to the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers at the Lions' Den.|
|January 8, 2005||Lions get fed to Christian||LAKEWOOD, Colo.- For the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team, the 2004-05 season has been a series of unfortunate events - without Jim Carrey to rescue the poor script. Kind of like being forced to listen to the greatest hits of Zamphir and his magical pan flute.|
|December 29, 2004||Mountain Lions fall to 0-10||Four University of Colorado at Colorado Springs players posted career highs in scoring, but the depleted Mountain Lions fell to 0-10 on the season with a 96-78 loss to the Colorado Christian Cougars in a nonconference matchup of Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference rivals Wednesday night at the Lions' Den.|
|December 20, 2004||Regis puts UCCS away early||For the last 23 minutes of Monday night's game, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs played the Regis Rangers to a virtual standstill. Unfortunately, those first 17 minutes were ugly.|
|December 11, 2004||Mountain Lions drop foul-fest||CHADRON, Neb. - There was a foul plot afoot at Armstrong Gym Saturday night.|
|December 3, 2004||Mountain Lions can't get a 'break'||There are certain things you can count on when you take a men's basketball team into Colorado College's Reid Gymnasium. One is that Tigers forward Michael Reich is going to hurt you. Another is that head coach Mike McCubbin is going to put a smart and disciplined team on the floor.|
|November 9, 2004||Men's basketball opens with exhibition||KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Division I Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos defeated the Division II University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 91-53 in an exhibition game Tuesday night at the Kansas City Municipal Auditorium. That was expected.|
|November 7, 2004||Men's basketball season preview||If the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team were a part of the Chinese lunar calendar, 2004-05 would be the year of the question mark.|
|January 31, 2004||Sixteen far from sweet for Mountain Lions||Sweet 16? Bah!Brandon Brochinsky, Adam Bliven and David Hull each scored 16 points as the Adams State Grizzlies defeated the University of Colorado at Colorado Spring s Mountain Lions 76-65 Saturday night at the Lions' Den.|
|December 12, 2003||Mountain Lions get peek at future in loss||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions looked across the floor at the Lions' Den Friday night and saw what they might be when they grow up.The Colorado Christian Cougars not only beat the Mountain Lions 96-60 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opener for both teams, they gave them a glimpse of their future. A future that is perhaps not so distant as Friday's score might indicate.|
|December 9, 2003||Late 3-pointer keeps Mountain Lions winless||Four minutes into the second half of their fourth game, the CU-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions got their first lead of the season. Their first win, however, will have to wait.David Ward hit a 3-pointer from five feet beyond the arc with 12 seconds remaining, then Michael Reich blocked a Trey White 3-point attempt with two seconds left as the Colorado College defeated CU-Colorado Springs 70-67 Tuesday night at the Lions' Den. The loss dropped the Mountain Lions to 0-4.|
|December 4, 2003||Metro State blasts Mountain Lions||It can only get better.The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team (0-3) lost its home opener to the Metro State Roadrunners (3-2). That, by itself is no big news, since Metro State has won two of the past four national championships and five straight Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference titles. What was astounding, though, was the 101-43 score.|
|November 22, 2003||Missouri Southern mauls Mountain Lions||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions stayed in their game against Missouri Southern Saturday - for about two minutes.After that, the stronger and more athletic Lions took control of the game and rolled to a 88-47 victory at the PSU Pepsi-Edge3D Classic at Pittsburg, Kan.|
|November 21, 2003||Mountains lose opener||Despite a workmanlike effort from senior power forward Jack Bain, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions lost their season opener, 73-55 to the Pittsburg State Gorillas Friday at Pittsburg, Kan., in the opening round of the PSU Pepsi-Edge3D Classic.|
|November 16, 2003||Fletcher provides new direction for 2003-04 season||When a team posts only one winning record in 14 seasons, something needs to change. That's exactly what University of Colorado at Colorado Springs athletic director Randy Cubero had in mind when he appointed Marty Fletcher as the Mountain Lions' head men's basketball coach for the 2003-04 season.|
|October 25, 2003||Bain, transfers shine in scrimmage||Jack Bain scored 26 points and grabbed 19 rebounds as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs played its first formal intrasquad scrimmage on Saturday.|