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Devin Brosseau

Clarkson University


Brosseau completed his bachelors degree in Financial Information Analysis (FIA) in three years and is currently working toward his MBA during his senior campaign. Brosseau was named ECAC Hockey’s Student-Athlete of the Year in 2019. As an undergrad, he compiled a GPA just under 4.0. He was a Clarkson Presidential Scholar each semester and is a member of Beta Alpha Psi - International Honor Organization for Financial Information students. He was selected as an AHCA Krampade Scholar All-American as a sophomore and junior and named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team in each of his first three seasons.

Brosseau is also part of Beta Gamma Sigma & Phi Kappa Phi, international honors organizations for Business students.


Brosseau was inducted into Clarkson’s Phalanx, the University’s highest honorary society (leadership/service) as a sophomore. He has worn a letter on his jersey as a team leader in three of his four seasons as a Golden Knight, serving as a captain the past two seasons and as an assistant captain as a sophomore. He was a Humanitarian Award Finalist in 2018-2019 (top 17 Mens/Womens, D1/D3). Brosseau received the Commendable Leadership Award at Clarkson in 2017-2018.


Brosseau heads up the Clarkson hockey team’s community service efforts. He spearheaded the Golden Knights’ Team IMPACT with a local disabled teenager, integrating the boy as an honorary member of the team and involving him in all aspects of the program. He organizes Clarkson’s Hockey Fights Cancer nights at Cheel Arena and is the Relay For Life team captain, helping raise money for the American Cancer Society. He volunteers for visiting or reading at local elementary schools and is active in the Town of Potsdam’s Annual Spring Cleanup. He also heads up Clarkson Hockey’s Involvement with the Headway Foundation (concussion awareness) and organized Clarkson hockey’s Salvation Army Bell Ringing. He is part of the Positivity Project at Potsdam Elementary School.


Brosseau was Clarkson’s third leading scorer in 2018-19 with 29 points on 14 goals and 15 assists through 38 games. He is closing in on 100 career points with 32 goals and 51 assists through 116 games. He was named MVP of the 2019 ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament, leading the Golden Knights to their first league title since 2007.