|Hometown:||St. Louis, Mo.|
|High School:||John Burroughs School|
2016-17 (Sophomore): Appeared in 26 games for the Big Green and tallied 14 points on 3 goals and 11 assists...Recorded his first points of the season with two assists in a 6-3 loss at Quinnipiac on Nov. 11...Led a Dartmouth comeback at Cornell on Jan. 28 with an assist and two power-play goals, with the latter of the two coming 62 seconds after the former and standing as the the game winner...Named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week after that Cornell game...Added 4 assists in his last 4 games to finish out the sophomore campaign.
2015-16 (Freshman): After not playing in the first two games of the season, he played in the final 33 straight games, including all six postseason contests...Scored his first career goal in his collegiate debut, scoring at 17:32 of the first period against Brown at home on Nov. 6...registered his first career assist at UNH on Dec. 11...Had an assist in consecutive games of roadtrip sweep of Cornell and Colgate (Jan. 22-23.)...Scored his first career game-winning goal in a 2-0 win against Princeton at home on Jan. 30 (tennis ball goal)...Had a goal in Game 2 of the first-round series with Colgate...Assisted on Tim O'Brien's double-overtime series-clinching goal in Game 3 against Colgate...Assisted on Connor Yau's overtime winner at Yale in Game 1 of Dartmotuh's quarterfinal sweep in New Haven...Assisted on the final goal of the season in a 3-1 loss to Quinnipiac in the semifinals played in Lake Placid.
Before Dartmouth: In his only year of junior hockey, Jasiek played for both the Cedar Rapids Roughriders and the Austin Bruins. Nine games into his USHL season, he suffered an injury that kept him off the ice until after the New Year. Once healthy he was traded to the NAHL Bruins where he played in 23 regular season games. He helped his Austin team capture the North Division Regular Season and Playoff titles and, ultimately, a berth in the Robertson Cup Finals. Prior to juniors, Jasiek played for the St. Louis AAA Blues organization for two years. In 2012-13, his midget team played for a National Championship in Pittsburgh and in his second year with the Blues he was the No. 2 leading scorer in the Tier 1 Elite League. In the summer of 2012, he earned a spot on USA Hockey's Select-16 Team which competed in the Five Nations Tournament in the Czech Republic, winning gold.
Personal: Son of Jerry and Tammy Jasiek...An only child...Interested in pursuing a degree in business.