College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy League First Team on the offensive line.
All-Ivy League honorable mention on the offensive line ... missed the opener with an injury before returning to the field for the 35-10 win at Holy Cross ... started each of the final eight games at left tackle ... big part of the line that yielded the fewest sacks (13) in the Ivy League while protecting the passing game that produced the most yards (2,787) ... offense racked up nearly 410 yards per game, second only to co-champion Princeton ... the 615 yards gained against Brown were the most in 90 years by a Big Green squad.
Made an impact quickly during his rookie campaign, seeing action in eight games with one start against Columbia ... part of the regular rotation on the line, predominantly at left tackle.
Chosen to the All-Chicagoland first team ... also named to the all-conference and all-area first teams and all-state honorable mention ... captained squad as a senior ... also competed in track, lacrosse and wrestling in high school.
History major ... full name is Matthew Wallace Kaskey ... born on St. Patrick’s Day in 1997 ... son of Bruce and Christy Kaskey has a pair of brothers and a sister ... uncle F.J. Fee played for Coach Teevens’ 1991 Ivy League champion ... father Bruce helped the Division III powerhouse Ithaca Bombers to the 1984 ECAC Championship ... family business produces popular Kaskey Kids sports figures including the “Football Guys” ... enjoys skiing ... knows how to juggle.