Susan Lusignan Devlin, Class of 1992, was a terrific three-sport athlete playing soccer, basketball, and softball.
Sue was a five-year standout for the Bartlett softball team. Over the span of her career, the team won 55 games and qualified for postseason play four times including her 8th grade season, reaching the District Semifinals. As a senior, the sure-handed third baseman committed only 1 fielding error and hit for a .509 average to lead the team. Sue earned five letters in her softball career and was named as a captain of the team her senior year. She was named to the Border Conference All-Star team in her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons. She also was named a member of the Telegram & Gazette All-Star Team for her play during her senior year.
Sue was a member of the varsity soccer team for six years, lettering in 5 of them. Sue was a leader on and off the field and was named Captain for her senior year. During that season, Sue scored a total of 15 goals, 8 of which were off of corner kicks. Bartlett Hall of Fame Coach Patricia Hyland Dupre described Sue as a "ball of fire" and a "motivational force" who was able to control her teammates' emotions during highly contested competitions. Sue was named as a Border Conference All-Star during her sophomore, junior, and senior years.
Sue also played varsity basketball for four seasons earning letters in both her sophomore and junior seasons. Sue's athleticism and hard work helped contribute to many strong seasons on the hardwood.
Sue served as Class Treasurer for three years, a member of the National Honor Society and graduated in the top five of her class.
After graduating, Sue went to Bryant University, where she played 3 years of softball for the Bulldogs. She currently works at Small Business Insurance Agency as an internal wholesaler.
Sue and her husband Keith reside in North Grafton.