Raised in one of the country’s hotbeds of lacrosse, Westchester, NY, Devlin began playing lacrosse at age 8 and has been playing and coaching ever since. Coach Devlin spent his high school years in Raleigh, NC and was a standout athlete in lacrosse and football. After high school, he continued playing both sports at lacrosse powerhouse, Gettysburg College. Playing on the nation's top-ranked team, under legendary coach, Hank Janczyk (2nd all-time NCAA wins; 2x DIII Coach of the Year), Devlin competed in 2 NCAA lacrosse tournaments before moving to Colorado in 1999. He served as an assistant coach at Colorado College for 2 years, helping the team achieve national recognition in Division III lacrosse. In 2011 Devlin took over a 2-13 Dawson School varsity team. 7 years later he has a career record of 74-44 and has led them to back to back 4A State Championship appearances at Mile High Stadium (2016 and 2017). He was named the 2016 Colorado State Coach of the Year (CO Coaches Association, CHSAA, and NFHS), BoCo Preps Regional Coach of the Year (in 2017, 2016 and 2013), and 2017 Foothills Conference Coach of the Year. He currently serves on the Colorado High School Coaches Association Executive Committee. Along the way, Coach Devlin has coached hundreds of young athletes through numerous camps, clinics, and club teams, and continues to compete in various men’s leagues and tournaments. He has a BA in Communications from the University of Colorado, and a Master's degree in School Counseling from Colorado State University. He currently works at Dawson School as the Associate Athletic Director and serves as the 7th grade Human Development instructor, teaching character education and helping students navigate the often-difficult middle school years. He and his wife, Kate, spend much of their time with their daughters Peyton and Quinn, and enjoy skiing, biking, hiking, and spending time in the mountains.