At Delaware: Fifth-year senior who will battle with 2012 starter Trent Hurley for top spot under center this fall • has battled injuries for much of his career • three-year letterwinner • athletic quarterback with great size at 6-6 and 225 lbs. • has a strong arm and is a strong runner coming out of the pocket • has played in 13 career games with three starts • for career has hit on 48 of 81 passes for 429 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions • has carried the ball 45 times for 116 yards (2.6 avg.) and four scores • completed 9 of 13 passes for 142 yards and a touchdown in the Blue-White spring game.
2012 Season: Served as backup quarterback behind first-year transfer Trent Hurley and senior Tim Donnelly • played in just two games during the season, missing several contests due to injury • saw action midway through season in games vs. Maine and Rhode Island • completed both pass attempts for 12 yards vs. Rhode Island • rushed five times for 24 yards and one touchdown • picked up 26 yards rushing on three attempts vs. Rhode Island and scored on a two-yard touchdown run • did not play in spring game due to injury • team went 5-6 for head coach K.C. Keeler.
2011 Season: Earned starting quarterback spot in pre-season drills but had season limited due to injuries • saw action in four games and started season-opener vs. Navy and against Rhode Island • completed 26 of 47 passes for 218 yards and one interception • carried 14 times for 42 yards (3.0 avg) and one touchdown • started opener vs. Navy but was injured late in the third quarter with a knee injury • was first non-transfer to start season opener for Delaware since Sam Postlethwait in 2001 • had surgery and missed next four games before returning as a backup Oct. 8 vs. William & Mary and Oct. 15 vs. Massachusetts • regained starting spot vs. Rhode Island on Oct. 22 but injured knee once again in first half and missed the remainder of the season • hit on 9 of 19 passes for 82 yards with a season-long 20-yard pass vs. Navy • was 0 for 1 in a backup role vs. William & Mary and hit on 10 of 15 passes for 89 yards • completed 7 of 12 passes for 47 yards before leaving Rhode Island game • carried four times for 38 yards and scored on a career-long 21-yard touchdown run vs. Navy • had off-season surgery on knee and missed spring drills • enjoyed a strong spring despite missing some action with mononucleosis • enjoyed a solid outing in the 2011 spring game when he completed 8 of 11 passes for 111 yards, tossed a 12-yard scoring toss to Nihja White, and ran 10 yards for a score. • team went 7-4 under Keeler.
2010 Season: Saw the first action of his career as a redshirt freshman and showed signs of being a solid signal-caller for the future • appeared in seven games as Pat Devlin’s top backup, including his first career start vs. Duquesne when he spelled Devlin, who injured his wrist the week before vs. South Dakota State, and led Delaware to a 30-6 victory at Delaware Stadium • led the Hens for most of the 13-10 win over James Madison when Devlin suffered a concussion during the game’s first series • engineered the winning drive vs. the Dukes as the Hens won on a short field goal with three seconds left to play after putting together a 69-yard drive that consumed nearly seven minutes • for the season, completed 20 of 32 passes (.625) for 199 yards with one touchdown and one interception and rushed for 50 yards on 26 plays • completed 13 of 21 passes for 124 yards with one interception vs. James Madison, hit on 7 of 9 passes for 75 yards and threw his first career touchdown pass with a 23-yarder to Phillip Thaxton vs. Duquesne, and went 0 for 1 passing vs. West Chester and Maine • also had season-high 19 yards rushing vs. Duquesne and scored on two short scoring runs vs. Richmond and James Madison • rushed three times for 14 yards in first career game vs. West Chester • did not see action in any of Delaware’s four post-season NCAA playoff games • named Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week for his performance vs. James Madison • team went 12-3 and advanced to the FCS national title game under Keeler.
2009 Season: Did not see game action in first season at Delaware and retained freshman eligibility • traveled with team as No. 3 quarterback during the second half of the season after backup Sean Hakes left the team • team went 6-5 under Keeler.
High School: Three-year starter at quarterback and punter for head coach Gary Rhodenbaugh at Spring-Ford High School • team went 13-23 during his career • first team all-conference punter and second team quarterback as a senior • honorable mention all-league quarterback as a junior • threw for 4,721 yards and 39 touchdowns for his career • threw for 1,692 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior, 1,692 yards and 18 touchdowns with just four interceptions as a junior, and for 1,333 yards and 11 touchdowns as a sophomore • set school records for career completions (316), attempts (640), yards (4,721), and touchdowns (39), season completions (111) and touchdowns (18), and game completions (20) and touchdowns (4) • also played pitcher and outfield in baseball as a three-year standout • baseball team finished second at the state championships in 2008 with a 17-9 record.
Personal: Trevor Allen Sasek ("sass-ick") • born April 9, 1991 • son of Edward and Victoria Sasek • has a younger sister • criminal justice major at Delaware • would like to become a sports psychologist after graduation • both parents are graduates of Washington & Jefferson College • mother is an Army officer • father played two years of football at Washington & Jefferson and led team to 1984 NCAA Division II semifinals • mother played softball, volleyball, and basketball at W&J • enjoys working on cars in his spare time • has worked at nearby White Clay Creek Country Club during the summers.
Career Statistics at Delaware
Career-High Passing Yards: 124 yards vs. James Madison, 2010
Career-High Rushing Yards: 38 yards vs. Navy, 2010