Devyn's mom was a collegiate gymnast and a coach, so Devyn naturally followed her mom into gymnastics for fun when she was a toddler. She started her competitive gymnastics career at Redwood Empire Gymnastics in Petaluma, CA. As a level 7 gymnast in 2014, Devyn placed third on vault and eighth on balance beam at the State Championships. She qualified to the Region 1 Championships, finishing fourth on floor exercise.
Fun Fact: Devyn's current coach, Annie Baker and Devyn's mom were on San Jose State University gymnastics team together.
As a level 8 gymnast in 2015, Devyn placed sixth on vault at the State Championships and eighth on balance beam at the Region 1 Championships. She competed level 9 for the next two seasons. She finished seventh on floor exercise at the 2016 Region 1 Championships and sixth on floor exercise at the 2017 Region 1 Championships. In 2018, Devyn was an alternate for the Junior Olympic Nationals after finishing ninth in the all-around and third on uneven bars at the Region 1 Championships. Devyn also competed in several elite qualifiers for hopes pre-elite. Following Devyn's 2018 season, she moved to Dream Xtreme Gymnastics in Vacaville, CA.
In 2019, Devyn placed eighth in the all-around with a 37.675, third on uneven bars and fourth on floor exercise at the State Championships. She qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals after finishing fourth in the all-around, second on floor exercise and fourth on uneven bars at the Region 1 Championships.
Devyn trains 25 hours per week at Dream Xtreme Gymnastics in Vacaville, CA under coach Annie Baker, David Seiler and Jennifer Hudson. She is working hard to qualify to the Junior Olympic Nationals. Her long-term goal is to obtain a Division I college gymnastics scholarship.