AS A SENIOR (2011)
Saw time in all 14 games for the Lions as a long pole... amassed an impressive 58 ground balls and wreaked havoc on opposing attackmen causing 31 turnovers... went 1-for-1 at the faceoff-x... fired one shot on goal.
AS A JUNIOR (2010)
Askerberg was a solid on the defensive end for the Lions, competing in 14-of-15 games and making 13 starts… Playing a defensive position that does not often garner many offensive statistics, Askerberg posted one shot…He amassed 12 ground balls and forced five turnovers...Defensively, he helped lead a nationally-ranked defense that held opponents to just 7.47 goals-per-game, 112 goals, and a .252 shooting percentage.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009)
Askerberg appeared in 12 games for the Lions making three starts…He totaled the first points of his collegiate career, posting one goal and two assists…He tallied career-high 25 ground balls and posted two shots on goal…He scored the first goal of his career against Grand Canyon (03/05/09) and had a pair of assists against Deep South Conference foes Catawba (03/12/09) and Florida Southern (04/04/09).
AS A FRESHMAN (2008)
Askerberg played in nine contests his freshman season…The defender totaled one shot and posted nine ground balls.
Most improved player in high school.
Born June 1 in Huntington, N.Y…Undeclared major…Hobbie is playing Lacrosse…Career goal is to win the National Championship… Names Ted Ginn Jr. as his favorite athlete and the Ohio Sate Buckeyes his favorite team…Son of Regina and Erick Askerberg…Has three sisters and a brother, Lauren, Joe, Maggie and Kelly.