University of Iowa Athletics
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#30 Devin Burns

Height 5-5
Class Freshman
Hometown Green Oaks, Ill.
High School Loyola Academy

Hawk Item — Two-time team Offensive Player of the Year (2017, 2019)… finished her career ranking third in school history in game-winning goals (9), sixth in goals (20), and tied for sixth in points (52)… played in 70 of 77 career games with 57 career starts.

2019 Honors — Third-team All-Big Ten… Iowa Offensive Most Valuable Player… Academic All-Big Ten… Big Ten Distinguished Scholar… named to the Dean’s List for fall and spring semesters. 2019 — Started all 21 games, logging 1,261 minutes… tied for the team lead with six goals and had four assists for a team-best 16 points… led the team in shots (53) and shots on goal (27)… ranked sixth in the Big Ten in shots per game (2.52) and tied for seventh in shots (53)… registered a point in nine games… scored the game-winning goal in the win at UNC Greensboro (9/8)… found the net in wins over UNI (8/25), Illinois State (9/1), UNC Greensboro (9/8), Northern Colorado (9/13), Illinois (9/26), and Michigan State (10/6)… named to Big Ten Preseason Honors List.

2018 Honors — Academic All-Big Ten. 2018 — Started six contests and saw action in 13 games… scored the game-winning goal to help Iowa top No. 22 Nebraska (10/5)… recorded the game winner against Michigan (10/14)… tallied an assist in a draw against Northwestern (10/21)… letterwinner.

2017 Honors — Iowa’s Offensive Player of the Year… Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 5… Academic All-Big Ten selection… named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester. 2017 — Started 18 games and saw action in all 19 contests… logged 1,197 minutes of action… had a team-leading nine goals, five assists, and 23 points… recorded the first hat trick of her career against Southern Utah (8/31)… all three strikes came in the first half… scored twice in the 2-0 win over UC Santa Barbara (9/3)… fired 41 shots with 25 being on goal… had game-winning goals in wins over Southern Utah (8/31), UC Santa Barbara (9/3), No. 23 Rutgers (10/5), and at Illinois (10/25)… tied for fourth in the Big Ten in goals (9) and goals per game (0.47)… tied for third with four game-winning goals and fourth in points per game (1.21)… secured Iowa’s Big Ten Tournament berth by netting the game-winning goal in the regular season finale at Illinois (10/25)… letterwinner.

2016 — Saw action in 17 games, making 12 starts… logged 722 minutes… finished third on the team in goals (3), assists (3), and second in points (9)… fired 19 shots, nine being on goal… scored her first career goal in 2-1 road win at Missouri (8/21)… registered her first game-winning strike in a 1-0 victory over Eastern Michigan (8/26)… tallied a career-high two assists in 3-2 win over Wyoming (8/28)… netted the game-winning goal in 1-0 Big Ten victory over Purdue (9/30)… letterwinner.

High School — NSCAA All-American and NSCAA All-Midwest selection as a senior… Illinois TeamSnap Spring State Star as a senior… two-time all-state, IHSSCA All-Sectional, and GCAC All-Conference honoree… team captain as senior… 2013 Comcast Sports Net Athlete of the Week and a Chicago All-Area selection as a sophomore… scored 56 goals and had 14 assists during freshman and sophomore seasons, including a single-season school record 35 goals as a freshman… missed junior season because of injury… helped team to two GCAC titles, a 2013 3A Sectional championship, and a 2014 3A Regional title… member of FC United Select 97/98… USYSA Region 2 champions (2016), USYSA National Semifinalist (2014), Disney Showcase champions (2014), SC Del Sol PDT champions (2013, 2015)… USYSA National League participant (2012/13, 2014/15, 2015/16)… team captain of U17 and U18… member of 2013 Illinois ODP Program Region 2 championship team… four-time member of ODP state team… Id2 National Training Camp attendee in Irvine, Calif… Loyola Scholar from 2013-15… high school and club coach was Craig Snower.

Personal — Born April 26, 1998… daughter of Billy and Heidi Burns… has three siblings, Corey, Johnny, and Riley… Corey is also a member of the Iowa soccer program… relative, Mike Carlson, played collegiate soccer at Marquette… majoring in health and human physiology.