At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad as a sophomore • longstick midfielder who is expected to add solid support to the unit after missing 2013 with an illness • looking to overcome early-season injuries • one of team's best athletes • good transitional player who is tough on groundballs • has played in three career games and recorded two shots.
2013 Season: Did not see game action as a medical redshirt and retained sophomore eligibility • team went 5-10 under head coach Bob Shillinglaw.
2012 Season: Saw action in three games as a backup longstick midfielder for Blue Hens • played in games vs. Detroit, Mercer, and Saint Joseph's • scored first career goal in win over Mercer • also caused two turnovers vs. Mercer and picked up groundballs against Mercer and Saint Joseph's • team went 6-9 for Shillinglaw.
High School: Earned all-conference honors in football and lacrosse at Summit High School • played quarterback in football • led Summit to two state championships in lacrosse during his career • teams combined to go 45-1 his final two seasons • led football team to record of 12-0 and the state title as a junior in 2010.
Personal: Joseph Robert Jaskolski ("jas-kull-skee") • born Nov. 29, 1991 • son of Robert and Sandra Jaskolski • has four sisters • marketing major at Delaware • hobbies include sailing, hunting, fishing, snowboarding, and playing guitar • works as a lacrosse coach during the summer • father attended Michigan State and mother attended Michigan.