2003: Played in every game, including several with a broke left hand...ended the year second on the squad with 93 total tackles, including 51 tackle solos...will be the leading returner in tackles...recorded double-digit tackles three times, had 10 against Nicholls State and in the Northern Arizona play-off game...recorded a season high 13 tackles against Gardner-Webb...ended the year with eight tackles for a loss of 21 yards, two were sacks for a loss of seven...had two interceptions on the year...his first collegiate interception, which he returned for 40 yards, was against Illinois State...deflected two pass attempts and forced three fumbles, recovering one...saw time at both the will linebacker and on special teams...was an integral part in the team's 11-3 record as a team leader...named to the 1-AA Independent All-Star Second Team and earned similar honors on the All-South Don Hansen's Weekly Gazette and earned Third Team Don Hansen's Weekly Gazette All-America honors...named the team's Co-MVP at season's end.
2002: Was the heartbeat of the defensive unit...played in every game...led the team in total tackles with 84, including 54 solo tackles and tackles for a loss (11)...his 11 TFL were for a loss of 36 yards, including two sacks...credited with one pass being broken up and one forced fumble...led the team in tackles five of the team's 11 games...eason hgih was 14 tackles (six solo) aginst James Madison (9-14-02)...recorded nine solo tackles aginst Youngstown State (10-12-02)...also forced a fumble against Youngstown...his pass broken up was aginst Morris Brown...named team's MVP at the season-ending banquet.
2001: Played in every game as a freshman...ended the season fourth in total tackles with 29...biggest game was at Gardner-Webb...tallied two tackles for a loss of three yards...also had one sack....first collegiate game included one solo and four assists...versus Drake, he had two solo tackles include a sack for a loss of 11 yards...forced one fumble...his season high was also on the road and it came against Gardner-Webb...a game he recorded nine solo tackles and six assist, both season highs, for 12 total tackles.
2000: Walk-on whose maturity on and off the field made one think he as a scholarship player...serves as the team's signal caller...tough nose guy that every team needs...very wise player after growing up around football.
High School: Played for Chuck Wood at Rockledge High School...named All-Conference and All-State in football...three-sport athlete (football, wrestling and baseball)...was a state qualifier in wrestling...earned All-Conference in baseball...a scholar-athlete...was a top-10 scholar athlete for the Central Florida Athletic Club.
Personal: History major...son of Larry and Mary Laskowski...born September 12, 1981 in Melbourne, FL...his father is the offensive coordinator for Rockledge High School...he has a strong contingent who attend each game...one of four children...his mother is one of four his father is one of 10.
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