Men's Soccer


Scott  DeVoss
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Scott DeVoss

RS Senior

Centennial, Colo.

High School:
Arapahoe High School

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 175


Real Colorado

Honors and Awards:
2017 Summit League Defensive Player of the Year...2017 Summit League First Team...Summit League Defensive Player of the Week (10/23/17)...2016 Summit League Second Team…2016 Summit League All-Tournament Team…2015 All-Summit League Second Team...2015 All-Summit League Newcomer Team. 

Started all 19 matches at centerback...Scored the opener in the Summit League Final (11/11), his only two points of the season… Played on a Denver back-four that allowed just 54 shots on goal for an average of 2.84/per game…Denver’s defense combined for a 0.76 goals against average.

Played and started in all 24 matches, seeing action in 2,269 minutes in the campaign…Netted two goals and provided an assist…Scored goals against UC Riverside (9/9) and the game-winner in Denver’s NCAA Second Round match against UNLV (11/20)… Part of a Denver back line that finished third in the country in goals against average (0.52) and third in shutout percentage (0.58), did not allow a shot against Saint Louis (9/15) and did not allow a shot on goal in five matches. 

Started all 19 matches… Played 1,725 minutes for fourth most on the team… Scored two goals including a game winner against Western Illinois (11/12) and a 47th minute equalizer against Santa Barbara (9/14)...Played center back in a Denver back four that allowed a 0.40 goals against-average, kept a 0.63 shutout percentage (12 clean sheets), and allowed just 2.5 shots on goal per game. 

Did not see game action.

Before Denver:

Captained club soccer team Real Colorado

Born February 26, 1996 in Prairie Village, Kan...Son of Jeff and Chris DeVoss...Has two siblings, Nick and Molly...Intends to study business...Chose Denver because of comfort level with coaching staff, the facilities, and the size and location of the school...Hopes to one day play professional soccer, and then work on starting a career in business...Also recruited by Washington, Appalachian State and Seattle.



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